Programs & Examples On #Windows xp sp2

Windows XP SP2 is the "Service Pack 2" edition, the second package of Windows XP Operative system, created by Microsoft

SQLite Reset Primary Key Field

You can reset by update sequence after deleted rows in your-table

UPDATE SQLITE_SEQUENCE SET SEQ=0 WHERE NAME='table_name';

What's the difference between JPA and Hibernate?

Figuratively speaking JPA is just interface, Hibernate/TopLink - class (i.e. interface implementation).

You must have interface implementation to use interface. But you can use class through interface, i.e. Use Hibernate through JPA API or you can use implementation directly, i.e. use Hibernate directly, not through pure JPA API.

Good book about JPA is "High-Performance Java Persistence" of Vlad Mihalcea.

Sending Arguments To Background Worker?

Even though this is an already answered question, I'd leave another option that IMO is a lot easier to read:

BackgroundWorker worker = new BackgroundWorker();
worker.DoWork += (obj, e) => WorkerDoWork(value, text);
worker.RunWorkerAsync();

And on the handler method:

private void WorkerDoWork(int value, string text) {
    ...
}

How to input automatically when running a shell over SSH?

ssh-key with passphrase, with keychain

keychain is a small utility which manages ssh-agent on your behalf and allows the ssh-agent to remain running when the login session ends. On subsequent logins, keychain will connect to the existing ssh-agent instance. In practice, this means that the passphrase must be be entered only during the first login after a reboot. On subsequent logins, the unencrypted key from the existing ssh-agent instance is used. This can also be useful for allowing passwordless RSA/DSA authentication in cron jobs without passwordless ssh-keys.

To enable keychain, install it and add something like the following to ~/.bash_profile:

eval keychain --agents ssh --eval id_rsa From a security point of view, ssh-ident and keychain are worse than ssh-agent instances limited to the lifetime of a particular session, but they offer a high level of convenience. To improve the security of keychain, some people add the --clear option to their ~/.bash_profile keychain invocation. By doing this passphrases must be re-entered on login as above, but cron jobs will still have access to the unencrypted keys after the user logs out. The keychain wiki page has more information and examples.

Got this info from;

https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/90853/how-can-i-run-ssh-add-automatically-without-password-prompt

Hope this helps

I have personally been able to automatically enter my passphrase upon terminal launch by doing this: (you can, of course, modify the script and fit it to your needs)

  1. edit the bashrc file to add this script;

    Check if the SSH agent is awake

    if [ -z "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" ] ; then exec ssh-agent bash -c "ssh-add ; $0" echo "The SSH agent was awakened" exit fi

    Above line will start the expect script upon terminal launch.

    ./ssh.exp

here's the content of this expect script

#!/usr/bin/expect

set timeout 20

set passphrase "test"

spawn "./keyadding.sh"

expect "Enter passphrase for /the/path/of/yourkey_id_rsa:"

send "$passphrase\r";

interact

Here's the content of my keyadding.sh script (you must put both scripts in your home folder, usually /home/user)

#!/bin/bash

ssh-add /the/path/of/yourkey_id_rsa

exit 0

I would HIGHLY suggest encrypting the password on the .exp script as well as renaming this .exp file to something like term_boot.exp or whatever else for security purposes. Don't forget to create the files directly from the terminal using nano or vim (ex: nano ~/.bashrc | nano term_boot.exp) and also a chmod +x script.sh to make it executable. A chmod +r term_boot.exp would be also useful but you'll have to add sudo before ./ssh.exp in your bashrc file. So you'll have to enter your sudo password each time you launch your terminal. For me, it's more convenient than the passphrase cause I remember my admin (sudo) password by the hearth.

Also, here's another way to do it I think; https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/noninteractive-shell-script-ssh-password-provider/

Will certainly change my method for this one when I'll have the time.

How to check if a key exists in Json Object and get its value

JSONObject root= new JSONObject();
JSONObject container= root.getJSONObject("LabelData");

try{
//if key will not be available put it in the try catch block your program 
 will work without error 
String Video=container.getString("video");
}
catch(JsonException e){

 if key will not be there then this block will execute

 } 
 if(video!=null || !video.isEmpty){
  //get Value of video
}else{
  //other vise leave it
 }

i think this might help you

correct way to use super (argument passing)

As explained in Python's super() considered super, one way is to have class eat the arguments it requires, and pass the rest on. Thus, when the call-chain reaches object, all arguments have been eaten, and object.__init__ will be called without arguments (as it expects). So your code should look like this:

class A(object):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        print "A"
        super(A, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

class B(object):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        print "B"
        super(B, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

class C(A):
    def __init__(self, arg, *args, **kwargs):
        print "C","arg=",arg
        super(C, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

class D(B):
    def __init__(self, arg, *args, **kwargs):
        print "D", "arg=",arg
        super(D, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

class E(C,D):
    def __init__(self, arg, *args, **kwargs):
        print "E", "arg=",arg
        super(E, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

print "MRO:", [x.__name__ for x in E.__mro__]
E(10, 20, 30)

How to run only one task in ansible playbook?

I would love the ability to use a role as a collection of tasks such that, in my playbook, I can choose which subset of tasks to run. Unfortunately, the playbook can only load them all in and then you have to use the --tags option on the cmdline to choose which tasks to run. The problem with this is that all of the tasks will run unless you remember to set --tags or --skip-tags.

I have set up some tasks, however, with a when: clause that will only fire if a var is set.

e.g.

# role/stuff/tasks/main.yml
- name: do stuff
  when: stuff|default(false)

Now, this task will not fire by default, but only if I set the stuff=true

$ ansible-playbook -e '{"stuff":true}'

or in a playbook:

roles:
- {"role":"stuff", "stuff":true}

Bootstrap 3 truncate long text inside rows of a table in a responsive way

I'm using bootstrap.
I used css parameters.

.table {
  table-layout:fixed;
}

.table td {
  white-space: nowrap;
  overflow: hidden;
  text-overflow: ellipsis;
}

and bootstrap grid system parameters, like this.

<th class="col-sm-2">Name</th>

<td class="col-sm-2">hoge</td>

Ansible: get current target host's IP address

Simple debug command:

ansible -i inventory/hosts.yaml -m debug -a "var=hostvars[inventory_hostname]" all

output:

"hostvars[inventory_hostname]": {
    "ansible_check_mode": false, 
    "ansible_diff_mode": false, 
    "ansible_facts": {}, 
    "ansible_forks": 5, 
    "ansible_host": "192.168.10.125", 
    "ansible_inventory_sources": [
        "/root/workspace/ansible-minicros/inventory/hosts.yaml"
    ], 
    "ansible_playbook_python": "/usr/bin/python2", 
    "ansible_port": 65532, 
    "ansible_verbosity": 0, 
    "ansible_version": {
        "full": "2.8.5", 
        "major": 2, 
        "minor": 8, 
        "revision": 5, 
        "string": "2.8.5"
    }, 

get host ip address:

ansible -i inventory/hosts.yaml -m debug -a "var=hostvars[inventory_hostname].ansible_host" all

zk01 | SUCCESS => {
    "hostvars[inventory_hostname].ansible_host": "192.168.10.125"
}

Escaping double quotes in JavaScript onClick event handler

It needs to be HTML-escaped, not Javascript-escaped. Change \" to &quot;

How to create new div dynamically, change it, move it, modify it in every way possible, in JavaScript?

Have you tried JQuery? Vanilla javascript can be tough. Try using this:

$('.container-element').add('<div>Insert Div Content</div>');

.container-element is a JQuery selector that marks the element with the class "container-element" (presumably the parent element in which you want to insert your divs). Then the add() function inserts HTML into the container-element.

Quickest way to compare two generic lists for differences

I have used this code to compare two list which has million of records.

This method will not take much time

    //Method to compare two list of string
    private List<string> Contains(List<string> list1, List<string> list2)
    {
        List<string> result = new List<string>();

        result.AddRange(list1.Except(list2, StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase));
        result.AddRange(list2.Except(list1, StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase));

        return result;
    }

Iterate through 2 dimensional array

These functions should work.

// First, cache your array dimensions so you don't have to
//  access them during each iteration of your for loops.
int rowLength = array.length,       // array width (# of columns)
    colLength = array[0].length;    // array height (# of rows)

//     This is your function:
// Prints array elements row by row
var rowString = "";
for(int x = 0; x < rowLength; x++){     // x is the column's index
    for(int y = 0; y < colLength; y++){ // y is the row's index
        rowString += array[x][y];
    } System.out.println(rowString)
}

//      This is the one you want:
// Prints array elements column by column
var colString = "";
for(int y = 0; y < colLength; y++){      // y is the row's index
    for(int x = 0; x < rowLength; x++){  // x is the column's index
        colString += array[x][y];
    } System.out.println(colString)
}

In the first block, the inner loop iterates over each item in the row before moving to the next column.

In the second block (the one you want), the inner loop iterates over all the columns before moving to the next row.

tl;dr: Essentially, the for() loops in both functions are switched. That's it.

I hope this helps you to understand the logic behind iterating over 2-dimensional arrays.

Also, this works whether you have a string[,] or string[][]

Getting value of select (dropdown) before change

I go for Avi Pinto's solution which uses jquery.data()

Using focus isn't a valid solution. It works at first time you change the options, but if you stay on that select element, and press key "up" or "down". It won't go through the focus event again.

So the solution should be more looks like the following,

//set the pre data, usually needed after you initialize the select element
$('mySelect').data('pre', $(this).val());

$('mySelect').change(function(e){
    var before_change = $(this).data('pre');//get the pre data
    //Do your work here
    $(this).data('pre', $(this).val());//update the pre data
})

How to auto-format code in Eclipse?

Notice: It did not format the document unless I corrected all mistakes. Check your file before pressing CTRLSHIFTF.

How to access static resources when mapping a global front controller servlet on /*

What you do is add a welcome file in your web.xml

<welcome-file-list>
    <welcome-file>index.html</welcome-file>
</welcome-file-list>

And then add this to your servlet mappings so that when someone goes to the root of your application, they get sent to index.html internally and then the mapping will internally send them to the servlet you map it to

<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>MainActions</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/main</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>MainActions</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/index.html</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

End result: You visit /Application, but you are presented with /Application/MainActions servlet without disrupting any other root requests.

Get it? So your app still sits at a sub url, but automatically gets presented when the user goes to the root of your site. This allows you to have the /images/bob.img still go to the regular place, but '/' is your app.

How to convert an array of key-value tuples into an object

Update 2020: As baao notes, Object.fromEntries(arr) now does this on all modern browsers.


You can use Object.assign, the spread operator, and destructuring assignment for an approach that uses map instead of @royhowie’s reduce, which may or may not be more intuitive:

Object.assign(...arr.map(([key, val]) => ({[key]: val})))

E.g.:

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var arr = [ [ 'cardType', 'iDEBIT' ],
  [ 'txnAmount', '17.64' ],
  [ 'txnId', '20181' ],
  [ 'txnType', 'Purchase' ],
  [ 'txnDate', '2015/08/13 21:50:04' ],
  [ 'respCode', '0' ],
  [ 'isoCode', '0' ],
  [ 'authCode', '' ],
  [ 'acquirerInvoice', '0' ],
  [ 'message', '' ],
  [ 'isComplete', 'true' ],
  [ 'isTimeout', 'false' ] ]

var obj = Object.assign(...arr.map(([key, val]) => ({[key]: val})))

console.log(obj)
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How to create exe of a console application

The following steps are necessary to create .exe i.e. executable files which are as 1) Open visual studio framework 2) Then, create a new project or application 3) Build or execute your application by pressing F5

Calling a class method raises a TypeError in Python

You never created an instance.

You've defined average as an instance method, thus, in order to use average you need to create an instance first.

Set Encoding of File to UTF8 With BOM in Sublime Text 3

I can't set "UTF-8 with BOM" in the corner button either, but I can change it from the menu bar.

"File"->"Save with encoding"->"UTF-8 with BOM"

How do I assert my exception message with JUnit Test annotation?

You could use the @Rule annotation with ExpectedException, like this:

@Rule
public ExpectedException expectedEx = ExpectedException.none();

@Test
public void shouldThrowRuntimeExceptionWhenEmployeeIDisNull() throws Exception {
    expectedEx.expect(RuntimeException.class);
    expectedEx.expectMessage("Employee ID is null");

    // do something that should throw the exception...
    System.out.println("=======Starting Exception process=======");
    throw new NullPointerException("Employee ID is null");
}

Note that the example in the ExpectedException docs is (currently) wrong - there's no public constructor, so you have to use ExpectedException.none().

One line if statement not working

You can Use ----

(@item.rigged) ? "Yes" : "No"

If @item.rigged is true, it will return 'Yes' else it will return 'No'

In Git, how do I figure out what my current revision is?

below will work with any previously pushed revision, not only HEAD

for abbreviated revision hash:

git log -1 --pretty=format:%h

for long revision hash:

git log -1 --pretty=format:%H

How can I use iptables on centos 7?

I modified the /etc/sysconfig/ip6tables-config file changing:

IP6TABLES_SAVE_ON_STOP="no"

To:

IP6TABLES_SAVE_ON_STOP="yes"

And this:

IP6TABLES_SAVE_ON_RESTART="no"

To:

IP6TABLES_SAVE_ON_RESTART="yes"

This seemed to save the changes I made using the iptables commands through a reboot.

using CASE in the WHERE clause

This is working Oracle example but it should work in MySQL too.

You are missing smth - see IN after END Replace 'IN' with '=' sign for a single value.

SELECT empno, ename, job
  FROM scott.emp
 WHERE (CASE WHEN job = 'MANAGER' THEN '1'  
         WHEN job = 'CLERK'   THEN '2' 
         ELSE '0'  END) IN (1, 2)

Excel 2010: how to use autocomplete in validation list

Excel automatically does this whenever you have a vertical column of items. If you select the blank cell below (or above) the column and start typing, it does autocomplete based on everything in the column.

How can I add a hint text to WPF textbox?

what about using materialDesign HintAssist ? i'm using this which also you can add floating hint too :

<TextBox Width="150" Height="40" Text="hello" materialDesign:HintAssist.Hint="address"  materialDesign:HintAssist.IsFloating="True"></TextBox>

i installed Material Design with Nuget Package there is installation guide in documentation link

Most efficient way to concatenate strings?

There are 6 types of string concatenations:

  1. Using the plus (+) symbol.
  2. Using string.Concat().
  3. Using string.Join().
  4. Using string.Format().
  5. Using string.Append().
  6. Using StringBuilder.

In an experiment, it has been proved that string.Concat() is the best way to approach if the words are less than 1000(approximately) and if the words are more than 1000 then StringBuilder should be used.

For more information, check this site.

string.Join() vs string.Concat()

The string.Concat method here is equivalent to the string.Join method invocation with an empty separator. Appending an empty string is fast, but not doing so is even faster, so the string.Concat method would be superior here.

Default password of mysql in ubuntu server 16.04

  1. the first you should stop mysql
  2. use this command sudo mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables --skip-networking &
  3. and then input mysql -u root try this way,I have been solved my problem with this method.

Matplotlib transparent line plots

It really depends on what functions you're using to plot the lines, but try see if the on you're using takes an alpha value and set it to something like 0.5. If that doesn't work, try get the line objects and set their alpha values directly.

How do I obtain the frequencies of each value in an FFT?

The first bin in the FFT is DC (0 Hz), the second bin is Fs / N, where Fs is the sample rate and N is the size of the FFT. The next bin is 2 * Fs / N. To express this in general terms, the nth bin is n * Fs / N.

So if your sample rate, Fs is say 44.1 kHz and your FFT size, N is 1024, then the FFT output bins are at:

  0:   0 * 44100 / 1024 =     0.0 Hz
  1:   1 * 44100 / 1024 =    43.1 Hz
  2:   2 * 44100 / 1024 =    86.1 Hz
  3:   3 * 44100 / 1024 =   129.2 Hz
  4: ...
  5: ...
     ...
511: 511 * 44100 / 1024 = 22006.9 Hz

Note that for a real input signal (imaginary parts all zero) the second half of the FFT (bins from N / 2 + 1 to N - 1) contain no useful additional information (they have complex conjugate symmetry with the first N / 2 - 1 bins). The last useful bin (for practical aplications) is at N / 2 - 1, which corresponds to 22006.9 Hz in the above example. The bin at N / 2 represents energy at the Nyquist frequency, i.e. Fs / 2 ( = 22050 Hz in this example), but this is in general not of any practical use, since anti-aliasing filters will typically attenuate any signals at and above Fs / 2.

Wildcards in jQuery selectors

When you have a more complex id string the double quotes are mandatory.

For example if you have an id like this: id="2.2", the correct way to access it is: $('input[id="2.2"]')

As much as possible use the double quotes, for safety reasons.

Create zip file and ignore directory structure

Retain the parent directory so unzip doesn't spew files everywhere

When zipping directories, keeping the parent directory in the archive will help to avoid littering your current directory when you later unzip the archive file

So to avoid retaining all paths, and since you can't use -j and -r together ( you'll get an error ), you can do this instead:

cd path/to/parent/dir/;
zip -r ../my.zip ../$(basename $PWD)
cd -;

The ../$(basename $PWD) is the magic that retains the parent directory.

So now unzip my.zip will give a folder containing all your files:

parent-directory
+-- file1
+-- file2
+-- dir1
¦   +-- file3
¦   +-- file4

Instead of littering the current directory with the unzipped files:

file1
file2
dir1
+-- file3
+-- file4

Are there such things as variables within an Excel formula?

Not related to variables, your example will also be solved by MOD:

=Mod(VLOOKUP(A1, B:B, 1, 0);10)

Want to upgrade project from Angular v5 to Angular v6

There are few steps to upgrade 2/4/5 to Angular 6.

npm uninstall --save-dev angular-cli
npm install --save-dev @angular/cli@latest
npm install

To fix the issue related to "angular.json" :-

ng update @angular/cli --migrate-only --from=1.7.4

Store MIGRATION
https://github.com/ngrx/platform/blob/master/MIGRATION.md#ngrxstore

RXJS MIGRATION
https://www.academind.com/learn/javascript/rxjs-6-what-changed/

Hoping this will help you :)

Spark : how to run spark file from spark shell

Tested on both spark-shell version 1.6.3 and spark2-shell version 2.3.0.2.6.5.179-4, you can directly pipe to the shell's stdin like

spark-shell <<< "1+1"

or in your use case,

spark-shell < file.spark

Apache giving 403 forbidden errors

Check that :

  • Apache can physically access the file (the user that run apache, probably www-data or apache, can access the file in the filesystem)
  • Apache can list the content of the folder (read permission)
  • Apache has a "Allow" directive for that folder. There should be one for /var/www/, you can check default vhost for example.

Additionally, you can look at the error.log file (usually located at /var/log/apache2/error.log) which will describe why you get the 403 error exactly.

Finally, you may want to restart apache, just to be sure all that configuration is applied. This can be generally done with /etc/init.d/apache2 restart. On some system, the script will be called httpd. Just figure out.

Append data to a POST NSURLRequest

 NSURL *url= [NSURL URLWithString:@"https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr"];
 NSMutableURLRequest *request = [NSMutableURLRequest requestWithURL:aUrl
                                                        cachePolicy:NSURLRequestUseProtocolCachePolicy
                                                    timeoutInterval:10.0];
[request setHTTPMethod:@"POST"];
 NSString *postString = @"userId=2323";
[request setHTTPBody:[postString dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]];

How to count total lines changed by a specific author in a Git repository?

Here's a quick ruby script that corrals up the impact per user against a given log query.

For example, for rubinius:

Brian Ford: 4410668
Evan Phoenix: 1906343
Ryan Davis: 855674
Shane Becker: 242904
Alexander Kellett: 167600
Eric Hodel: 132986
Dirkjan Bussink: 113756
...

the script:

#!/usr/bin/env ruby

impact = Hash.new(0)

IO.popen("git log --pretty=format:\"%an\" --shortstat #{ARGV.join(' ')}") do |f|
  prev_line = ''
  while line = f.gets
    changes = /(\d+) insertions.*(\d+) deletions/.match(line)

    if changes
      impact[prev_line] += changes[1].to_i + changes[2].to_i
    end

    prev_line = line # Names are on a line of their own, just before the stats
  end
end

impact.sort_by { |a,i| -i }.each do |author, impact|
  puts "#{author.strip}: #{impact}"
end

Get date from input form within PHP

Validate the INPUT.

$time = strtotime($_POST['dateFrom']);
if ($time) {
  $new_date = date('Y-m-d', $time);
  echo $new_date;
} else {
   echo 'Invalid Date: ' . $_POST['dateFrom'];
  // fix it.
}

PHP regular expressions: No ending delimiter '^' found in

You can use T-Regx library, that doesn't need delimiters

pattern('^([0-9]+)$')->match($input);

How to link to apps on the app store

You can get a link to a specific item in the app store or iTunes through the link maker at: http://itunes.apple.com/linkmaker/

Is there a good JSP editor for Eclipse?

I'm using webstorm on the deployed files

Python: download a file from an FTP server

urllib2.urlopen handles ftp links.

Does Java have an exponential operator?

In case if anyone wants to create there own exponential function using recursion, below is for your reference.

public static double power(double value, double p) {
        if (p <= 0)
            return 1;

        return value * power(value, p - 1);
    }

__init__ and arguments in Python

Every method needs to accept one argument: The instance itself (or the class if it is a static method).

Read more about classes in Python.

Change a web.config programmatically with C# (.NET)

Here it is some code:

var configuration = WebConfigurationManager.OpenWebConfiguration("~");
var section = (ConnectionStringsSection)configuration.GetSection("connectionStrings");
section.ConnectionStrings["MyConnectionString"].ConnectionString = "Data Source=...";
configuration.Save();

See more examples in this article, you may need to take a look to impersonation.

Staging Deleted files

If you want to simply add all the deleted files to stage then you can use git add .

This is the easiest way right now with git v2.27.0. Note that using * and . are different approaches. Using git add * would only add currently present files whereas git add . would also stage the files deleted with rm command.

It's obvious but worth mentioning that other files which have been modified would also be added to the staging area when you use git add ..

How to fix "Incorrect string value" errors?

If you happen to process the value with some string function before saving, make sure the function can properly handle multibyte characters. String functions that cannot do that and are, say, attempting to truncate might split one of the single multibyte characters in the middle, and that can cause such string error situations.

In PHP for instance, you would need to switch from substr to mb_substr.

Call a function after previous function is complete

Or you can trigger a custom event when one function completes, then bind it to the document:

function a() {
    // first function code here
    $(document).trigger('function_a_complete');
}

function b() {
    // second function code here
}

$(document).bind('function_a_complete', b);

Using this method, function 'b' can only execute AFTER function 'a', as the trigger only exists when function a is finished executing.

Efficient way to remove keys with empty strings from a dict

Dicts mixed with Arrays

  • The answer at Attempt 3: Just Right (so far) from BlissRage's answer does not properly handle arrays elements. I'm including a patch in case anyone needs it. The method is handles list with the statement block of if isinstance(v, list):, which scrubs the list using the original scrub_dict(d) implementation.
    @staticmethod
    def scrub_dict(d):
        new_dict = {}
        for k, v in d.items():
            if isinstance(v, dict):
                v = scrub_dict(v)
            if isinstance(v, list):
                v = scrub_list(v)
            if not v in (u'', None, {}):
                new_dict[k] = v
        return new_dict

    @staticmethod
    def scrub_list(d):
        scrubbed_list = []
        for i in d:
            if isinstance(i, dict):
                i = scrub_dict(i)
            scrubbed_list.append(i)
        return scrubbed_list

How to stop a thread created by implementing runnable interface?

How to stop a thread created by implementing runnable interface?

There are many ways that you can stop a thread but all of them take specific code to do so. A typical way to stop a thread is to have a volatile boolean shutdown field that the thread checks every so often:

  // set this to true to stop the thread
  volatile boolean shutdown = false;
  ...
  public void run() {
      while (!shutdown) {
          // continue processing
      }
  }

You can also interrupt the thread which causes sleep(), wait(), and some other methods to throw InterruptedException. You also should test for the thread interrupt flag with something like:

  public void run() {
      while (!Thread.currentThread().isInterrupted()) {
          // continue processing
          try {
              Thread.sleep(1000);
          } catch (InterruptedException e) {
              // good practice
              Thread.currentThread().interrupt();
              return;
          }
      }
  }

Note that that interrupting a thread with interrupt() will not necessarily cause it to throw an exception immediately. Only if you are in a method that is interruptible will the InterruptedException be thrown.

If you want to add a shutdown() method to your class which implements Runnable, you should define your own class like:

public class MyRunnable implements Runnable {
    private volatile boolean shutdown;
    public void run() {
        while (!shutdown) {
            ...
        }
    }
    public void shutdown() {
        shutdown = true;
    }
}

Viewing full version tree in git

  1. When I'm in my work place with terminal only, I use:

    git log --oneline --graph --color --all --decorate

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  2. When the OS support GUI, I use:

    gitk --all

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  3. When I'm in my home Windows PC, I use my own GitVersionTree

    enter image description here

How to find which views are using a certain table in SQL Server (2008)?

If you need to find database objects (e.g. tables, columns, triggers) by name - have a look at the FREE Red-Gate tool called SQL Search which does this - it searches your entire database for any kind of string(s).

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It's a great must-have tool for any DBA or database developer - did I already mention it's absolutely FREE to use for any kind of use??

What are the differences between virtual memory and physical memory?

See here: Physical Vs Virtual Memory

Virtual memory is stored on the hard drive and is used when the RAM is filled. Physical memory is limited to the size of the RAM chips installed in the computer. Virtual memory is limited by the size of the hard drive, so virtual memory has the capability for more storage.

How to stop the Timer in android?

In java.util.timer one can use .cancel() to stop the timer and clear all pending tasks.

How can I select rows by range?

Following your clarification you're looking for limit:

SELECT * FROM `table` LIMIT 0, 10 

This will display the first 10 results from the database.

SELECT * FROM `table` LIMIT 5, 5 .

Will display 5-9 (5,6,7,8,9)

The syntax follows the pattern:

SELECT * FROM `table` LIMIT [row to start at], [how many to include] .

The SQL for selecting rows where a column is between two values is:

SELECT column_name(s)
FROM table_name
WHERE column_name
BETWEEN value1 AND value2

See: http://www.w3schools.com/sql/sql_between.asp

If you want to go on the row number you can use rownum:

SELECT column_name(s)
FROM table_name
WHERE rownum 
BETWEEN x AND y

However we need to know which database engine you are using as rownum is different for most.

How to properly export an ES6 class in Node 4?

// person.js
'use strict';

module.exports = class Person {
   constructor(firstName, lastName) {
       this.firstName = firstName;
       this.lastName = lastName;
   }

   display() {
       console.log(this.firstName + " " + this.lastName);
   }
}

 

// index.js
'use strict';

var Person = require('./person.js');

var someone = new Person("First name", "Last name");
someone.display();

How to get the list of properties of a class?

That's my solution

public class MyObject
{
    public string value1 { get; set; }
    public string value2 { get; set; }

    public PropertyInfo[] GetProperties()
    {
        try
        {
            return this.GetType().GetProperties();
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {

            throw ex;
        }
    }

    public PropertyInfo GetByParameterName(string ParameterName)
    {
        try
        {
            return this.GetType().GetProperties().FirstOrDefault(x => x.Name == ParameterName);
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {

            throw ex;
        }
    }

    public static MyObject SetValue(MyObject obj, string parameterName,object parameterValue)
    {
        try
        {
            obj.GetType().GetProperties().FirstOrDefault(x => x.Name == parameterName).SetValue(obj, parameterValue);
            return obj;
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            throw ex;
        }
    }
}

HTML / CSS table with GRIDLINES

For internal gridlines, use the tag: td For external gridlines, use the tag: table

Open Source Alternatives to Reflector?

The main reason I used Reflector (and, I think, the main reason most people used it) was for its decompiler: it can translate a method's IL back into source code.

On that count, Monoflector would be the project to watch. It uses Cecil, which does the reflection, and Cecil.Decompiler, which does the decompilation. But Monoflector layers a UI on top of both libraries, which should give you a very good idea of how to use the API.

Monoflector is also a decent alternative to Reflector outright. It lets you browse the types and decompile the methods, which is 99% of what people used Reflector for. It's very rough around the edges, but I'm thinking that will change quickly.

How to add a vertical Separator?

<Style x:Key="MySeparatorStyle" TargetType="{x:Type Separator}">
                <Setter Property="Background" Value="{DynamicResource {x:Static SystemColors.ControlDarkBrushKey}}"/>
                <Setter Property="Margin" Value="10,0,10,0"/>
                <Setter Property="Focusable" Value="false"/>
                <Setter Property="Template">
                    <Setter.Value>
                        <ControlTemplate TargetType="{x:Type Separator}">
                            <Border 
                                  BorderBrush="{TemplateBinding BorderBrush}" 
                                  BorderThickness="{TemplateBinding BorderThickness}" 
                                  Background="{TemplateBinding Background}" 
                                  Height="20" 
                                  Width="3" 
                                  SnapsToDevicePixels="true"/>
                        </ControlTemplate>
                    </Setter.Value>
                </Setter>
            </Style>

use

<StackPanel  Orientation="Horizontal"  >
       <TextBlock>name</TextBlock>
           <Separator Style="{StaticResource MySeparatorStyle}" ></Separator>
       <Button>preview</Button>
 </StackPanel>

PermGen elimination in JDK 8

Oracle's JVM implementation for Java 8 got rid of the PermGen model and replaced it with Metaspace.

Find the last time table was updated

Why not just run this: No need for special permissions

SELECT
    name, 
    object_id, 
    create_date, 
    modify_date
FROM
    sys.tables 
WHERE 
    name like '%yourTablePattern%'
ORDER BY
    modify_date

Lowercase and Uppercase with jQuery

I think you want to lowercase the checked value? Try:

var jIsHasKids = $('#chkIsHasKids:checked').val().toLowerCase();

or you want to check it, then get its value as lowercase:

var jIsHasKids = $('#chkIsHasKids').attr("checked", true).val().toLowerCase();

ASP.NET Identity's default Password Hasher - How does it work and is it secure?

Because these days ASP.NET is open source, you can find it on GitHub: AspNet.Identity 3.0 and AspNet.Identity 2.0.

From the comments:

/* =======================
 * HASHED PASSWORD FORMATS
 * =======================
 * 
 * Version 2:
 * PBKDF2 with HMAC-SHA1, 128-bit salt, 256-bit subkey, 1000 iterations.
 * (See also: SDL crypto guidelines v5.1, Part III)
 * Format: { 0x00, salt, subkey }
 *
 * Version 3:
 * PBKDF2 with HMAC-SHA256, 128-bit salt, 256-bit subkey, 10000 iterations.
 * Format: { 0x01, prf (UInt32), iter count (UInt32), salt length (UInt32), salt, subkey }
 * (All UInt32s are stored big-endian.)
 */

how to check if input field is empty

Why don't u use:

<script>
$('input').keyup(function(){
if(($('#eng').val().length > 0) && ($('#spa').val().length > 0))
    $("#submit").prop('disabled', false);
else
    $("#submit").prop('disabled', true);
});
</script>

Then delete the onkeyup function on the input.

How to keep a Python script output window open?

In python 2 you can do it with: raw_input()

>>print("Hello World!")    
>>raw_input('Waiting a key...')

In python 3 you can do it with: input()

>>print("Hello world!")    
>>input('Waiting a key...')

Also, you can do it with the time.sleep(time)

>>import time
>>print("The program will close in 5 seconds")
>>time.sleep(5)

SQL Server : How to test if a string has only digit characters

I was attempting to find strings with numbers ONLY, no punctuation or anything else. I finally found an answer that would work here.

Using PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%', some_column) = 0 allowed me to filter out everything but actual number strings.

Returning a boolean from a Bash function

Following up on @Bruno Bronosky and @mrteatime, I offer the suggestion that you just write your boolean return "backwards". This is what I mean:

foo()
{
    if [ "$1" == "bar" ]; then
        true; return
    else
        false; return
    fi;
}

That eliminates the ugly two line requirement for every return statement.

Querying a linked sql server

You can use:

SELECT * FROM [aa-db-dev01].[TestDB].[dbo].[users];

Print second last column/field in awk

It's simplest:

 awk '{print $--NF}' 

The reason the original $NF-- didn't work is because the expression is evaluated before the decrement, whereas my prefix decrement is performed before evaluation.

Align Div at bottom on main Div

Please try this:

#b {
display: -webkit-inline-flex;
display: -moz-inline-flex;
display: inline-flex;

-webkit-flex-flow: row nowrap;
-moz-flex-flow: row nowrap;
flex-flow: row nowrap;

-webkit-align-items: flex-end;
-moz-align-items: flex-end;
align-items: flex-end;}

Here's a JSFiddle demo: http://jsfiddle.net/rudiedirkx/7FGKN/.

Error related to only_full_group_by when executing a query in MySql

You can try to disable the only_full_group_by setting by executing the following:

mysql> set global sql_mode='STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_ZERO_IN_DATE,NO_ZERO_DATE,ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION';
mysql> set session sql_mode='STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_ZERO_IN_DATE,NO_ZERO_DATE,ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION';

MySQL 8 does not accept NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER so that needs to be removed.

Multi-select dropdown list in ASP.NET

Here's a cool ASP.NET Web control called Multi-Select List Field at http://www.xnodesystems.com/. It's capable of:

(1) Multi-select; (2) Auto-complete; (3) Validation.

How to find the last field using 'cut'

If you have a file named filelist.txt that is a list paths such as the following: c:/dir1/dir2/file1.h c:/dir1/dir2/dir3/file2.h

then you can do this: rev filelist.txt | cut -d"/" -f1 | rev

Fatal error: Call to a member function query() on null

First, you declared $db outside the function. If you want to use it inside the function, you should put this at the begining of your function code:

global $db;

And I guess, when you wrote:

if($result->num_rows){
        return (mysqli_result($query, 0) == 1) ? true : false;

what you really wanted was:

if ($result->num_rows==1) { return true; } else { return false; }

How can I get the application's path in a .NET console application?

I have used

System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory

when I want to find a path relative to an applications folder. This works for both ASP.Net and winform applications. It also does not require any reference to System.Web assemblies.

Should I use the Reply-To header when sending emails as a service to others?

I tested dkarp's solution with gmail and it was filtered to spam. Use the Reply-To header instead (or in addition, although gmail apparently doesn't need it). Here's how linkedin does it:

Sender: [email protected]
From: John Doe via LinkedIn <[email protected]>
Reply-To: John Doe <[email protected]>
To: My Name <[email protected]>

Once I switched to this format, gmail is no longer filtering my messages as spam.

Format cell color based on value in another sheet and cell

I've done this before with conditional formatting. It's a great way to visually inspect the cells in a workbook and spot the outliers in your data.

HTML img align="middle" doesn't align an image

remove float: left from image css and add text-align: center property in parent element body

_x000D_
_x000D_
        <!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<body style="text-align: center;">_x000D_
_x000D_
    <img_x000D_
        src="http://icons.iconarchive.com/icons/rokey/popo-emotions/128/big-smile-icon.png"_x000D_
        width="42" height="42"_x000D_
        align="middle"_x000D_
        style="_x000D_
          _x000D_
          display: block;_x000D_
          margin-left: auto;_x000D_
          margin-right: auto;_x000D_
          z-index: 1;"_x000D_
        >_x000D_
_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Setting and getting localStorage with jQuery

You said you are attempting to get the text from a div and store it on local storage.

Please Note: Text and Html are different. In the question you mentioned text. html() will return Html content like <a>example</a>. if you want to get Text content then you have to use text() instead of html() then the result will be example instead of <a>example<a>. Anyway, I am using your terminology let it be Text.

Step 1: get the text from div.

what you did is not get the text from div but set the text to a div.

$('#test').html("Test"); 

is actually setting text to div and the output will be a jQuery object. That is why it sets it as [object Object].

To get the text you have to write like this
$('#test').html();

This will return a string not an object so the result will be Test in your case.

Step 2: set it to local storage.

Your approach is correct and you can write it as

localStorage.key=value

But the preferred approach is

localStorage.setItem(key,value); to set

localStorage.getItem(key); to get.

key and value must be strings.

so in your context code will become

$('#test').html("Test");
localStorage.content = $('#test').html();
$('#test').html(localStorage.content);

But I don't find any meaning in your code. Because you want to get the text from div and store it on local storage. And again you are reading the same from local storage and set to div. just like a=10; b=a; a=b;

If you are facing any other problems please update your question accordingly.

What's a good (free) visual merge tool for Git? (on windows)

  • TortoiseMerge (part of ToroiseSVN) is much better than kdiff3 (I use both and can compare);
  • p4merge (from Perforce) works also very well;
  • Diffuse isn't so bad;
  • Diffmerge from SourceGear has only one flaw in handling UTF8-files without BOM, making in unusable for this case.

Getting Lat/Lng from Google marker

Here is the JSFiddle Demo. In Google Maps API V3 it's pretty simple to track the lat and lng of a draggable marker. Let's start with the following HTML and CSS as our base.

<div id='map_canvas'></div>
<div id="current">Nothing yet...</div>

#map_canvas{
    width: 400px;
    height: 300px;
}

#current{
     padding-top: 25px;
}

Here is our initial JavaScript initializing the google map. We create a marker that we want to drag and set it's draggable property to true. Of course keep in mind it should be attached to an onload event of your window for it to be loaded, but i'll skip to the code:

var map = new google.maps.Map(document.getElementById('map_canvas'), {
    zoom: 1,
    center: new google.maps.LatLng(35.137879, -82.836914),
    mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
});

var myMarker = new google.maps.Marker({
    position: new google.maps.LatLng(47.651968, 9.478485),
    draggable: true
});

Here we attach two events dragstart to track the start of dragging and dragend to drack when the marker stop getting dragged, and the way we attach it is to use google.maps.event.addListener. What we are doing here is setting the div current's content when marker is getting dragged and then set the marker's lat and lng when drag stops. Google mouse event has a property name 'latlng' that returns 'google.maps.LatLng' object when the event triggers. So, what we are doing here is basically using the identifier for this listener that gets returned by the google.maps.event.addListener and get the property latLng to extract the dragend's current position. Once we get that Lat Lng when the drag stops we'll display within your current div:

google.maps.event.addListener(myMarker, 'dragend', function(evt){
    document.getElementById('current').innerHTML = '<p>Marker dropped: Current Lat: ' + evt.latLng.lat().toFixed(3) + ' Current Lng: ' + evt.latLng.lng().toFixed(3) + '</p>';
});

google.maps.event.addListener(myMarker, 'dragstart', function(evt){
    document.getElementById('current').innerHTML = '<p>Currently dragging marker...</p>';
});

Lastly, we'll center our marker and display it on the map:

map.setCenter(myMarker.position);
myMarker.setMap(map);

Let me know if you have any questions regarding my answer.

How to redirect stdout to both file and console with scripting?

I got the way to redirect the out put to console as well as to a text file as well simultaneously:

te = open('log.txt','w')  # File where you need to keep the logs

class Unbuffered:

   def __init__(self, stream):

       self.stream = stream

   def write(self, data):

       self.stream.write(data)
       self.stream.flush()
       te.write(data)    # Write the data of stdout here to a text file as well



sys.stdout=Unbuffered(sys.stdout)

Difference between variable declaration syntaxes in Javascript (including global variables)?

Bassed on the excellent answer of T.J. Crowder: (Off-topic: Avoid cluttering window)

This is an example of his idea:

Html

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="init.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript">
      MYLIBRARY.init(["firstValue", 2, "thirdValue"]);
    </script>
    <script src="script.js"></script>
  </head>

  <body>
    <h1>Hello !</h1>
  </body>    
</html>

init.js (Based on this answer)

var MYLIBRARY = MYLIBRARY || (function(){
    var _args = {}; // private

    return {
        init : function(Args) {
            _args = Args;
            // some other initialising
        },
        helloWorld : function(i) {
            return _args[i];
        }
    };
}());

script.js

// Here you can use the values defined in the html as if it were a global variable
var a = "Hello World " + MYLIBRARY.helloWorld(2);

alert(a);

Here's the plnkr. Hope it help !

SQL query with avg and group by

If I understand what you need, try this:

SELECT id, pass, AVG(val) AS val_1 
FROM data_r1 
GROUP BY id, pass;

Or, if you want just one row for every id, this:

SELECT d1.id,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 1) as val_1,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 2) as val_2,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 3) as val_3,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 4) as val_4,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 5) as val_5,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 6) as val_6,
    (SELECT IFNULL(ROUND(AVG(d2.val), 4) ,0) FROM data_r1 d2 
     WHERE d2.id = d1.id AND pass = 7) as val_7
from data_r1 d1
GROUP BY d1.id

What are the advantages of NumPy over regular Python lists?

Alex mentioned memory efficiency, and Roberto mentions convenience, and these are both good points. For a few more ideas, I'll mention speed and functionality.

Functionality: You get a lot built in with NumPy, FFTs, convolutions, fast searching, basic statistics, linear algebra, histograms, etc. And really, who can live without FFTs?

Speed: Here's a test on doing a sum over a list and a NumPy array, showing that the sum on the NumPy array is 10x faster (in this test -- mileage may vary).

from numpy import arange
from timeit import Timer

Nelements = 10000
Ntimeits = 10000

x = arange(Nelements)
y = range(Nelements)

t_numpy = Timer("x.sum()", "from __main__ import x")
t_list = Timer("sum(y)", "from __main__ import y")
print("numpy: %.3e" % (t_numpy.timeit(Ntimeits)/Ntimeits,))
print("list:  %.3e" % (t_list.timeit(Ntimeits)/Ntimeits,))

which on my systems (while I'm running a backup) gives:

numpy: 3.004e-05
list:  5.363e-04

Which rows are returned when using LIMIT with OFFSET in MySQL?

You will get output from column value 9 to 26 as you have mentioned OFFSET as 8

Django: Display Choice Value

It looks like you were on the right track - get_FOO_display() is most certainly what you want:

In templates, you don't include () in the name of a method. Do the following:

{{ person.get_gender_display }}

run program in Python shell

Use execfile for Python 2:

>>> execfile('C:\\test.py')

Use exec for Python 3

>>> exec(open("C:\\test.py").read())

How to set <Text> text to upper case in react native

iOS textTransform support has been added to react-native in 0.56 version. Android textTransform support has been added in 0.59 version. It accepts one of these options:

  • none
  • uppercase
  • lowercase
  • capitalize

The actual iOS commit, Android commit and documentation

Example:

<View>
  <Text style={{ textTransform: 'uppercase'}}>
    This text should be uppercased.
  </Text>
  <Text style={{ textTransform: 'capitalize'}}>
    Mixed:{' '}
    <Text style={{ textTransform: 'lowercase'}}>
      lowercase{' '}
    </Text>
  </Text>
</View>

What, exactly, is needed for "margin: 0 auto;" to work?

Off the top of my head, it needs a width. You need to specify the width of the container you are centering (not the parent width).

How to show a dialog to confirm that the user wishes to exit an Android Activity?

If you are not sure if the call to "back" will exit the app, or will take the user to another activity, you can wrap the above answers in a check, isTaskRoot(). This can happen if your main activity can be added to the back stack multiple times, or if you are manipulating your back stack history.

if(isTaskRoot()) {
    AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);
    builder.setMessage("Are you sure you want to exit?")
       .setCancelable(false)
       .setPositiveButton("Yes", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
           public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                YourActivity.super.onBackPressed;
           }
       })
       .setNegativeButton("No", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
           public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                dialog.cancel();
           }
       });
    AlertDialog alert = builder.create();
    alert.show();

} else {
    super.onBackPressed();
}

Hibernate: get entity by id

In getUserById you shouldn't create a new object (user1) which isn't used. Just assign it to the already (but null) initialized user. Otherwise Hibernate.initialize(user); is actually Hibernate.initialize(null);

Here's the new getUserById (I haven't tested this ;)):

public User getUserById(Long user_id) {
    Session session = null;
    Object user = null;
    try {
        session = HibernateUtil.getSessionFactory().openSession();
        user = (User)session.load(User.class, user_id);
        Hibernate.initialize(user);
    } catch (Exception e) {
       e.printStackTrace();
    } finally {
        if (session != null && session.isOpen()) {
            session.close();
        }
    }
    return user;
}

How can I truncate a datetime in SQL Server?

you could just do this (SQL 2008):

declare @SomeDate date = getdate()

select @SomeDate

2009-05-28

What is the correct format to use for Date/Time in an XML file

The XmlConvert class provides these kinds of facilities. About DateTimes, in particular, be careful about obsolete methods. See also: https://stackoverflow.com/a/7457718/1288109

Select multiple images from android gallery

Try this one IntentChooser. Just add some lines of code, I did the rest for you.

private void startImageChooserActivity() {
    Intent intent = ImageChooserMaker.newChooser(MainActivity.this)
            .add(new ImageChooser(true))
            .create("Select Image");
    startActivityForResult(intent, REQUEST_IMAGE_CHOOSER);
}

@Override
protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {
    super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
    if (requestCode == REQUEST_IMAGE_CHOOSER && resultCode == RESULT_OK) {
        List<Uri> imageUris = ImageChooserMaker.getPickMultipleImageResultUris(this, data);
    }
}

PS: as mentioned at the answers above, EXTRA_ALLOW_MULTIPLE is only available for API >= 18. And some gallery apps don't make this feature available (Google Photos and Documents (com.android.documentsui) work.

How do I "commit" changes in a git submodule?

You can treat a submodule exactly like an ordinary repository. To propagate your changes upstream just commit and push as you would normally within that directory.

Config Error: This configuration section cannot be used at this path

On Windows Server 2012 with IIS 8 I have solved this by enabling ASP.NET 4.5 feature:

enter image description here

and then following ken's answer.

What exactly does the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header do?

By default, CORS does not include cookies on cross-origin requests. This is different from other cross-origin techniques such as JSON-P. JSON-P always includes cookies with the request, and this behavior can lead to a class of vulnerabilities called cross-site request forgery, or CSRF.

In order to reduce the chance of CSRF vulnerabilities in CORS, CORS requires both the server and the client to acknowledge that it is ok to include cookies on requests. Doing this makes cookies an active decision, rather than something that happens passively without any control.

The client code must set the withCredentials property on the XMLHttpRequest to true in order to give permission.

However, this header alone is not enough. The server must respond with the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Responding with this header to true means that the server allows cookies (or other user credentials) to be included on cross-origin requests.

You also need to make sure your browser isn't blocking third-party cookies if you want cross-origin credentialed requests to work.

Note that regardless of whether you are making same-origin or cross-origin requests, you need to protect your site from CSRF (especially if your request includes cookies).

How to set cache: false in jQuery.get call

Per the JQuery documentation, .get() only takes the url, data (content), dataType, and success callback as its parameters. What you're really looking to do here is modify the jqXHR object before it gets sent. With .ajax(), this is done with the beforeSend() method. But since .get() is a shortcut, it doesn't allow it.

It should be relatively easy to switch your .ajax() calls to .get() calls though. After all, .get() is just a subset of .ajax(), so you can probably use all the default values for .ajax() (except, of course, for beforeSend()).

Edit:

::Looks at Jivings' answer::

Oh yeah, forgot about the cache parameter! While beforeSend() is useful for adding other headers, the built-in cache parameter is far simpler here.

Correct use for angular-translate in controllers

EDIT: Please see the answer from PascalPrecht (the author of angular-translate) for a better solution.


The asynchronous nature of the loading causes the problem. You see, with {{ pageTitle | translate }}, Angular will watch the expression; when the localization data is loaded, the value of the expression changes and the screen is updated.

So, you can do that yourself:

.controller('FirstPageCtrl', ['$scope', '$filter', function ($scope, $filter) {
    $scope.$watch(
        function() { return $filter('translate')('HELLO_WORLD'); },
        function(newval) { $scope.pageTitle = newval; }
    );
});

However, this will run the watched expression on every digest cycle. This is suboptimal and may or may not cause a visible performance degradation. Anyway it is what Angular does, so it cant be that bad...

How to Call VBA Function from Excel Cells?

Here's the answer

Steps to follow:

  1. Open the Visual Basic Editor. In Excel, hit Alt+F11 if on Windows, Fn+Option+F11 if on a Mac.

  2. Insert a new module. From the menu: Insert -> Module (Don't skip this!).

  3. Create a Public function. Example:

    Public Function findArea(ByVal width as Double, _
                             ByVal height as Double) As Double
        ' Return the area
        findArea = width * height
    End Function
    
  4. Then use it in any cell like you would any other function: =findArea(B12,C12).

Keep a line of text as a single line - wrap the whole line or none at all

You can use white-space: nowrap; to define this behaviour:

// HTML:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.nowrap {_x000D_
  white-space: nowrap ;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<p>_x000D_
      <span class="nowrap">How do I wrap this line of text</span>_x000D_
      <span class="nowrap">- asked by Peter 2 days ago</span>_x000D_
    </p>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

// CSS:
.nowrap {
  white-space: nowrap ;
}

How to return a class object by reference in C++?

You can only return non-local objects by reference. The destructor may have invalidated some internal pointer, or whatever.

Don't be afraid of returning values -- it's fast!

Non-conformable arrays error in code

The problem is that omega in your case is matrix of dimensions 1 * 1. You should convert it to a vector if you wish to multiply t(X) %*% X by a scalar (that is omega)

In particular, you'll have to replace this line:

omega   = rgamma(1,a0,1) / L0

with:

omega   = as.vector(rgamma(1,a0,1) / L0)

everywhere in your code. It happens in two places (once inside the loop and once outside). You can substitute as.vector(.) or c(t(.)). Both are equivalent.

Here's the modified code that should work:

gibbs = function(data, m01 = 0, m02 = 0, k01 = 0.1, k02 = 0.1, 
                     a0 = 0.1, L0 = 0.1, nburn = 0, ndraw = 5000) {
    m0      = c(m01, m02) 
    C0      = matrix(nrow = 2, ncol = 2) 
    C0[1,1] = 1 / k01 
    C0[1,2] = 0 
    C0[2,1] = 0 
    C0[2,2] = 1 / k02 
    beta    = mvrnorm(1,m0,C0) 
    omega   = as.vector(rgamma(1,a0,1) / L0)
    draws   = matrix(ncol = 3,nrow = ndraw) 
    it      = -nburn 

    while (it < ndraw) {
        it    = it + 1 
        C1    = solve(solve(C0) + omega * t(X) %*% X) 
        m1    = C1 %*% (solve(C0) %*% m0 + omega * t(X) %*% y)
        beta  = mvrnorm(1, m1, C1) 
        a1    = a0 + n / 2 
        L1    = L0 + t(y - X %*% beta) %*% (y - X %*% beta) / 2 
        omega = as.vector(rgamma(1, a1, 1) / L1)
        if (it > 0) { 
            draws[it,1] = beta[1]
            draws[it,2] = beta[2]
            draws[it,3] = omega
        }
    }
    return(draws)
}

Deserialize Java 8 LocalDateTime with JacksonMapper

UPDATE:

Change to:

@Column(name = "start_date")
@DateTimeFormat(pattern = "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm", iso = ISO.DATE_TIME)
@JsonFormat(shape = JsonFormat.Shape.STRING, pattern = "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm")
private LocalDateTime startDate;

JSON request:

{
 "startDate":"2019-04-02 11:45"
}

Get HTML inside iframe using jQuery

Just for reference's sake. This is how to do it with JQuery (useful for instance when you cannot query by element id):

$('#iframe').get(0).contentWindow.document.body.innerHTML

pandas get column average/mean

Do note that it needs to be in the numeric data type in the first place.

 import pandas as pd
 df['column'] = pd.to_numeric(df['column'], errors='coerce')

Next find the mean on one column or for all numeric columns using describe().

df['column'].mean()
df.describe()

Example of result from describe:

          column 
count    62.000000 
mean     84.678548 
std     216.694615 
min      13.100000 
25%      27.012500 
50%      41.220000 
75%      70.817500 
max    1666.860000

Failed to resolve: com.google.firebase:firebase-core:9.0.0

Need to Update

Android SDK : SDK Tools -> Support Repository -> Google Repository

After updating the Android SDK need to sync gradle build in Android studio.

SQL 'LIKE' query using '%' where the search criteria contains '%'

The easiest solution is to dispense with "like" altogether:

Select * 
from table
where charindex(search_criteria, name) > 0

I prefer charindex over like. Historically, it had better performance, but I'm not sure if it makes much of difference now.

Minimum and maximum value of z-index?

Out of experience, I think the correct maximum z-index is 2147483638.

How to search for a string inside an array of strings

It's faster to avoid using regular expressions, if you're just trying to find the first substring match within an array of string values. You can add your own array searching function:

Code:

Array.prototype.findFirstSubstring = function(s) {
            for(var i = 0; i < this.length;i++)
            {
                if(this[i].indexOf(s) !== -1)
                    return i;
            }
            return -1;
        };

Usage:

i.findFirstSubstring('height');

Returns:

-1 if not found or the array index of the first substring occurrence if it is found (in your case would be 2)

How to check if X server is running?

xprop -root &> /dev/null 

...is my tried & true command to test for an "X-able" situation. And, it's pretty much guaranteed to be on any system running X, of course, the command fails if not found anyways, so even if it doesnt exist, you can pretty much assume there is no X either. (thats why I use &> instead of >)

Implement division with bit-wise operator

The standard way to do division is by implementing binary long-division. This involves subtraction, so as long as you don't discount this as not a bit-wise operation, then this is what you should do. (Note that you can of course implement subtraction, very tediously, using bitwise logical operations.)

In essence, if you're doing Q = N/D:

  1. Align the most-significant ones of N and D.
  2. Compute t = (N - D);.
  3. If (t >= 0), then set the least significant bit of Q to 1, and set N = t.
  4. Left-shift N by 1.
  5. Left-shift Q by 1.
  6. Go to step 2.

Loop for as many output bits (including fractional) as you require, then apply a final shift to undo what you did in Step 1.

Pythonic way to print list items

I recently made a password generator and although I'm VERY NEW to python, I whipped this up as a way to display all items in a list (with small edits to fit your needs...

    x = 0
    up = 0
    passwordText = ""
    password = []
    userInput = int(input("Enter how many characters you want your password to be: "))
    print("\n\n\n") # spacing

    while x <= (userInput - 1): #loops as many times as the user inputs above
            password.extend([choice(groups.characters)]) #adds random character from groups file that has all lower/uppercase letters and all numbers
            x = x+1 #adds 1 to x w/o using x ++1 as I get many errors w/ that
            passwordText = passwordText + password[up]
            up = up+1 # same as x increase


    print(passwordText)

Like I said, IM VERY NEW to Python and I'm sure this is way to clunky for a expert, but I'm just here for another example

Class type check in TypeScript

TypeScript have a way of validating the type of a variable in runtime. You can add a validating function that returns a type predicate. So you can call this function inside an if statement, and be sure that all the code inside that block is safe to use as the type you think it is.

Example from the TypeScript docs:

function isFish(pet: Fish | Bird): pet is Fish {
   return (<Fish>pet).swim !== undefined;
}

// Both calls to 'swim' and 'fly' are now okay.
if (isFish(pet)) {
  pet.swim();
}
else {
  pet.fly();
}

See more at: https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/advanced-types.html

How do I delay a function call for 5 seconds?

You can use plain javascript, this will call your_func once, after 5 seconds:

setTimeout(function() { your_func(); }, 5000);

If your function has no parameters and no explicit receiver you can call directly setTimeout(func, 5000)

There is also a plugin I've used once. It has oneTime and everyTime methods.

Threads vs Processes in Linux

If you need to share resources, you really should use threads.

Also consider the fact that context switches between threads are much less expensive than context switches between processes.

I see no reason to explicitly go with separate processes unless you have a good reason to do so (security, proven performance tests, etc...)

How to check whether Kafka Server is running?

Firstly you need to create AdminClient bean:

 @Bean
 public AdminClient adminClient(){
   Map<String, Object> configs = new HashMap<>();
   configs.put(AdminClientConfig.BOOTSTRAP_SERVERS_CONFIG,
   StringUtils.arrayToCommaDelimitedString(new Object[]{"your bootstrap server address}));
   return AdminClient.create(configs);
 }

Then, you can use this script:

while (true) {
   Map<String, ConsumerGroupDescription> groupDescriptionMap =
         adminClient.describeConsumerGroups(Collections.singletonList(groupId))
         .all()
         .get(10, TimeUnit.SECONDS);

   ConsumerGroupDescription consumerGroupDescription = groupDescriptionMap.get(groupId);

   log.debug("Kafka consumer group ({}) state: {}",
                groupId,
                consumerGroupDescription.state());

   if (consumerGroupDescription.state().equals(ConsumerGroupState.STABLE)) {
        boolean isReady = true;
        for (MemberDescription member : consumerGroupDescription.members()) {
            if (member.assignment() == null || member.assignment().topicPartitions().isEmpty()) {
            isReady = false;
            }
        }

        if (isReady) {
            break;
           }
        }

        log.debug("Kafka consumer group ({}) is not ready. Waiting...", groupId);
        TimeUnit.SECONDS.sleep(1);
}

This script will check the state of the consumer group every second till the state will be STABLE. Because all consumers assigned to topic partitions, you can conclude that server is running and ready.

Can't access to HttpContext.Current

Adding a bit to mitigate the confusion here. Even though Darren Davies' (accepted) answer is more straight forward, I think Andrei's answer is a better approach for MVC applications.

The answer from Andrei means that you can use HttpContext just as you would use System.Web.HttpContext.Current. For example, if you want to do this:

System.Web.HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name

you should instead do this:

HttpContext.User.Identity.Name

Both achieve the same result, but (again) in terms of MVC, the latter is more recommended.

Another good and also straight forward information regarding this matter can be found here: Difference between HttpContext.Current and Controller.Context in MVC ASP.NET.

How to change the text color of first select option

You can do this by using CSS: JSFiddle

HTML:

<select>
    <option>Text 1</option>
    <option>Text 2</option>
    <option>Text 3</option>
</select>

CSS:

select option:first-child { color:red; }

Or if you absolutely need to use JavaScript (not adviced for this): JSFiddle

JavaScript:

$(function() {
    $("select option:first-child").addClass("highlight");
});

CSS:

.highlight { color:red; }

A JOIN With Additional Conditions Using Query Builder or Eloquent

$results = DB::table('rooms')
                     ->distinct()
                     ->leftJoin('bookings', function($join)
                         {
                             $join->on('rooms.id', '=', 'bookings.room_type_id');
                             $join->on('arrival','>=',DB::raw("'2012-05-01'"));
                             $join->on('arrival','<=',DB::raw("'2012-05-10'"));
                             $join->on('departure','>=',DB::raw("'2012-05-01'"));
                             $join->on('departure','<=',DB::raw("'2012-05-10'"));
                         })
                     ->where('bookings.room_type_id', '=', NULL)
                     ->get();

Not quite sure if the between clause can be added to the join in laravel.

Notes:

  • DB::raw() instructs Laravel not to put back quotes.
  • By passing a closure to join methods you can add more join conditions to it, on() will add AND condition and orOn() will add OR condition.

Can I change the color of Font Awesome's icon color?

Write this code in the same line, this change the icon color:

<li class="fa fa-id-card-o" style="color:white" aria-hidden="true">

MySQL Results as comma separated list

Now only I came across this situation and found some more interesting features around GROUP_CONCAT. I hope these details will make you feel interesting.

simple GROUP_CONCAT

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName)                                           |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden,Feed cats,Paint roof,Take dog for walk,Relax,Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName)                                           |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden,Feed cats,Paint roof,Take dog for walk,Relax,Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT and ORDER BY

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName ORDER BY TaskName DESC) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+--------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName ORDER BY TaskName DESC) |
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Take dog for walk,Relax,Paint roof,Feed cats,Do garden |
+--------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT and SEPARATOR

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName SEPARATOR ' + ') 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName SEPARATOR ' + ')                |
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden + Feed cats + Paint roof + Relax + Take dog for walk |
+----------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT and Combining Columns

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskId, ') ', TaskName SEPARATOR ' ') 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskId, ') ', TaskName SEPARATOR ' ')                                 |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 1) Do garden 2) Feed cats 3) Paint roof 4) Take dog for walk 5) Relax 6) Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT and Grouped Results Assume that the following are the results before using GROUP_CONCAT

+------------------------+--------------------------+
| ArtistName             | AlbumName                |
+------------------------+--------------------------+
| Iron Maiden            | Powerslave               |
| AC/DC                  | Powerage                 |
| Jim Reeves             | Singing Down the Lane    |
| Devin Townsend         | Ziltoid the Omniscient   |
| Devin Townsend         | Casualties of Cool       |
| Devin Townsend         | Epicloud                 |
| Iron Maiden            | Somewhere in Time        |
| Iron Maiden            | Piece of Mind            |
| Iron Maiden            | Killers                  |
| Iron Maiden            | No Prayer for the Dying  |
| The Script             | No Sound Without Silence |
| Buddy Rich             | Big Swing Face           |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Blue Night               |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Eternity                 |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Scandinavia              |
| Tom Jones              | Long Lost Suitcase       |
| Tom Jones              | Praise and Blame         |
| Tom Jones              | Along Came Jones         |
| Allan Holdsworth       | All Night Wrong          |
| Allan Holdsworth       | The Sixteen Men of Tain  |
+------------------------+--------------------------+
USE Music;
SELECT ar.ArtistName,
    GROUP_CONCAT(al.AlbumName)
FROM Artists ar
INNER JOIN Albums al
ON ar.ArtistId = al.ArtistId
GROUP BY ArtistName;

Result:

+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| ArtistName             | GROUP_CONCAT(al.AlbumName)                                                 |
+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| AC/DC                  | Powerage                                                                   |
| Allan Holdsworth       | All Night Wrong,The Sixteen Men of Tain                                    |
| Buddy Rich             | Big Swing Face                                                             |
| Devin Townsend         | Epicloud,Ziltoid the Omniscient,Casualties of Cool                         |
| Iron Maiden            | Somewhere in Time,Piece of Mind,Powerslave,Killers,No Prayer for the Dying |
| Jim Reeves             | Singing Down the Lane                                                      |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Eternity,Scandinavia,Blue Night                                            |
| The Script             | No Sound Without Silence                                                   |
| Tom Jones              | Long Lost Suitcase,Praise and Blame,Along Came Jones                       |
+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

HTML text-overflow ellipsis detection

I think the better way to detect it is use getClientRects(), it seems each rect has the same height, so we can caculate lines number with the number of different top value.

getClientRects work like this

function getRowRects(element) {
    var rects = [],
        clientRects = element.getClientRects(),
        len = clientRects.length,
        clientRect, top, rectsLen, rect, i;

    for(i=0; i<len; i++) {
        has = false;
        rectsLen = rects.length;
        clientRect = clientRects[i];
        top = clientRect.top;
        while(rectsLen--) {
            rect = rects[rectsLen];
            if (rect.top == top) {
                has = true;
                break;
            }
        }
        if(has) {
            rect.right = rect.right > clientRect.right ? rect.right : clientRect.right;
            rect.width = rect.right - rect.left;
        }
        else {
            rects.push({
                top: clientRect.top,
                right: clientRect.right,
                bottom: clientRect.bottom,
                left: clientRect.left,
                width: clientRect.width,
                height: clientRect.height
            });
        }
    }
    return rects;
}

getRowRects work like this

you can detect like this

Removing all non-numeric characters from string in Python

@Ned Batchelder and @newacct provided the right answer, but ...

Just in case if you have comma(,) decimal(.) in your string:

import re
re.sub("[^\d\.]", "", "$1,999,888.77")
'1999888.77'

Python Pandas Replacing Header with Top Row

@ostrokach answer is best. Most likely you would want to keep that throughout any references to the dataframe, thus would benefit from inplace = True.
df.rename(columns=df.iloc[0], inplace = True) df.drop([0], inplace = True)

failed to push some refs to [email protected]

It is probably due to an Outdated yarn.lock file

Just run the following commands

yarn install
git add yarn.lock
git commit -m "Updated Yarn lockfile"
git push heroku master

Make a div fill the height of the remaining screen space

For mobile app i use only VH and VW

<div class="container">
  <div class="title">Title</div>
  <div class="content">Content</div>
  <div class="footer">Footer</div>
</div>

.container {
  width: 100vw;
  height: 100vh;
  font-size: 5vh;
}

.title {
  height: 20vh;
  background-color: red;
}

.content {
  height: 60vh;
  background: blue;
}

.footer {
  height: 20vh;
  background: green;
}

Demo - https://jsfiddle.net/u763ck92/

jQuery if div contains this text, replace that part of the text

If it's possible, you could wrap the word(s) you want to replace in a span tag, like so:

<div class="text_div">
    This div <span>contains</span> some text.
</div>

You can then easily change its contents with jQuery:

$('.text_div > span').text('hello everyone');

If you can't wrap it in a span tag, you could use regular expressions.

How to remove decimal values from a value of type 'double' in Java

Type casting to integer may create problem but even long type can not hold every bit of double after narrowing down to decimal places. If you know your values will never exceed Long.MAX_VALUE value, this might be a clean solution.

So use the following with the above known risk.

double mValue = 1234567890.123456;
long mStrippedValue = new Double(mValue).longValue();

How can I pass a parameter to a setTimeout() callback?

This is a very old question with an already "correct" answer but I thought I'd mention another approach that nobody has mentioned here. This is copied and pasted from the excellent underscore library:

_.delay = function(func, wait) {
  var args = slice.call(arguments, 2);
  return setTimeout(function(){ return func.apply(null, args); }, wait);
};

You can pass as many arguments as you'd like to the function called by setTimeout and as an added bonus (well, usually a bonus) the value of the arguments passed to your function are frozen when you call setTimeout, so if they change value at some point between when setTimeout() is called and when it times out, well... that's not so hideously frustrating anymore :)

Here's a fiddle where you can see what I mean.

Bootstrap 3 breakpoints and media queries

You should be able to use those breakpoints if you use http://lesscss.org/ to build your CSS.

/* Extra small devices (phones, less than 768px) */
/* No media query since this is the default in Bootstrap */

/* Small devices (tablets, 768px and up) */
@media (min-width: @screen-sm-min) {  }

/* Medium devices (desktops, 992px and up) */
@media (min-width: @screen-md-min) {  }

/* Large devices (large desktops, 1200px and up) */
@media (min-width: @screen-lg-min) {  }

From https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.4/css/#grid-media-queries

In fact @screen-sm-min is a variable than is replaced by the value specified in _variable when building with Less. If you don't use Less, you can replace this variable by the value:

/* Extra small devices (phones, less than 768px) */
/* No media query since this is the default in Bootstrap */

/* Small devices (tablets, 768px and up) */
@media (min-width: 768px) {  }

/* Medium devices (desktops, 992px and up) */
@media (min-width: 992px) {  }

/* Large devices (large desktops, 1200px and up) */
@media (min-width: 1200px) {  }

Bootstrap 3 officially supports Sass: https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap-sass. If you are using Sass (and you should) the syntax is a bit different.

/* Extra small devices (phones, less than 768px) */
/* No media query since this is the default in Bootstrap */

/* Small devices (tablets, 768px and up) */
@media (min-width: $screen-sm-min) { }

/* Medium devices (desktops, 992px and up) */
@media (min-width: $screen-md-min) {  }

/* Large devices (large desktops, 1200px and up) */
@media (min-width: $screen-lg-min) {  }

Adding two Java 8 streams, or an extra element to a stream

If you don't mind using 3rd Party Libraries cyclops-react has an extended Stream type that will allow you to do just that via the append / prepend operators.

Individual values, arrays, iterables, Streams or reactive-streams Publishers can be appended and prepended as instance methods.

Stream stream = ReactiveSeq.of(1,2)
                           .filter(x -> x!=0)
                           .append(ReactiveSeq.of(3,4))
                           .filter(x -> x!=1)
                           .append(5)
                           .filter(x -> x!=2);

[Disclosure I am the lead developer of cyclops-react]

How do you overcome the svn 'out of date' error?

To solve, I needed to revert the file with problem, and update my working copy, and later I modified the file again and after these steps the error didn't happened anymore.

Detect iPad users using jQuery?

Although the accepted solution is correct for iPhones, it will incorrectly declare both isiPhone and isiPad to be true for users visiting your site on their iPad from the Facebook app.

The conventional wisdom is that iOS devices have a user agent for Safari and a user agent for the UIWebView. This assumption is incorrect as iOS apps can and do customize their user agent. The main offender here is Facebook.

Compare these user agent strings from iOS devices:

# iOS Safari
iPad: Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; CPU OS 5_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9B176 Safari/7534.48.3
iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A334 Safari/7534.48.3

# UIWebView
iPad: Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; CPU OS 5_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/98176
iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8B117

# Facebook UIWebView
iPad: Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X; en_US) AppleWebKit (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile [FBAN/FBForIPhone;FBAV/4.1.1;FBBV/4110.0;FBDV/iPad2,1;FBMD/iPad;FBSN/iPhone OS;FBSV/5.1.1;FBSS/1; FBCR/;FBID/tablet;FBLC/en_US;FBSF/1.0]
iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X; ru_RU) AppleWebKit (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile [FBAN/FBForIPhone;FBAV/4.1;FBBV/4100.0;FBDV/iPhone3,1;FBMD/iPhone;FBSN/iPhone OS;FBSV/5.1.1;FBSS/2; tablet;FBLC/en_US]

Note that on the iPad, the Facebook UIWebView's user agent string includes 'iPhone'.

The old way to identify iPhone / iPad in JavaScript:

IS_IPAD = navigator.userAgent.match(/iPad/i) != null;
IS_IPHONE = navigator.userAgent.match(/iPhone/i) != null) || (navigator.userAgent.match(/iPod/i) != null);

If you were to go with this approach for detecting iPhone and iPad, you would end up with IS_IPHONE and IS_IPAD both being true if a user comes from Facebook on an iPad. That could create some odd behavior!

The correct way to identify iPhone / iPad in JavaScript:

IS_IPAD = navigator.userAgent.match(/iPad/i) != null;
IS_IPHONE = (navigator.userAgent.match(/iPhone/i) != null) || (navigator.userAgent.match(/iPod/i) != null);
if (IS_IPAD) {
  IS_IPHONE = false;
}

We declare IS_IPHONE to be false on iPads to cover for the bizarre Facebook UIWebView iPad user agent. This is one example of how user agent sniffing is unreliable. The more iOS apps that customize their user agent, the more issues user agent sniffing will have. If you can avoid user agent sniffing (hint: CSS Media Queries), DO IT.

jQuery Call to WebService returns "No Transport" error

If your jQuery page isn't being loaded from http://localhost:54473 then this issue is probably because you're trying to make cross-domain request.

Update 1 Take a look at this blog post.

Update 2 If this is indeed the problem (and I suspect it is), you might want to check out JSONP as a solution. Here are a few links that might help you get started:

How to find item with max value using linq?

With EF or LINQ to SQL:

var item = db.Items.OrderByDescending(i => i.Value).FirstOrDefault();

With LINQ to Objects I suggest to use morelinq extension MaxBy (get morelinq from nuget):

var item = items.MaxBy(i => i.Value);

Postman: sending nested JSON object

For a nested Json(example below), you can form a query using postman as shown below.

{
    "Items": {
        "sku": "10 Units",
        "Price": "20 Rs"
    },
    "Characteristics": {
        "color": "blue",
        "weight": "2 lb"
    }
}

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Convert date yyyyMMdd to system.datetime format

string time = "19851231";
DateTime theTime= DateTime.ParseExact(time,
                                        "yyyyMMdd",
                                        CultureInfo.InvariantCulture,
                                        DateTimeStyles.None);

How to get row data by clicking a button in a row in an ASP.NET gridview

<asp:TemplateField>
   <ItemTemplate>
  <asp:LinkButton runat="server" ID="LnKB" Text='edit' OnClick="LnKB_Click"   > 
 </asp:LinkButton>
 </ItemTemplate>
</asp:TemplateField>

  protected void LnKB_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
  {
        LinkButton lb = sender as LinkButton;

        GridViewRow clickedRow = ((LinkButton)sender).NamingContainer as GridViewRow;
        int x = clickedRow.RowIndex;
        int id = Convert.ToInt32(yourgridviewname.Rows[x].Cells[0].Text);
        lbl.Text = yourgridviewname.Rows[x].Cells[2].Text; 
   }

Video file formats supported in iPhone

Short answer: H.264 MPEG (MP4)

Long answer from Apple.com:

Video formats supported: H.264 video, up to 1.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second,

Low-Complexity version of the H.264 Baseline Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; H.264 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second,

Baseline Profile up to Level 3.0 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second,

Simple Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats

http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html

Selectors in Objective-C?

From my understanding of the Apple documentation, a selector represents the name of the method that you want to call. The nice thing about selectors is you can use them in cases where the exact method to be called varies. As a simple example, you can do something like:

SEL selec;
if (a == b) {
selec = @selector(method1)
}
else
{
selec = @selector(method2)
};
[self performSelector:selec];

Flask ImportError: No Module Named Flask

this is what worked for me,

sudo -H pip install flask

Or for pip3(python3) use :

sudo -H pip3 install flask

Sidenote

If you're using virtualenv it's a good idea to pip freeze >> requirements.txt to allow for the installed packages to be listed in one place. The sudo command and -H flag. For more on sudo's -H flag, look at Paul's answer. Hope this helps you.

highlight the navigation menu for the current page

I usually use a class to achieve this. It's very simple to implement to anything, navigation links, hyperlinks and etc.

In your CSS document insert:

.current,
nav li a:hover {
   /* styles go here */
   color: #e00122;
   background-color: #fffff;
}

This will make the hover state of the list items have red text and a white background. Attach that class of current to any link on the "current" page and it will display the same styles.

Im your HTML insert:

<nav>
   <ul>
      <li class="current"><a href="#">Nav Item 1</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Nav Item 2</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Nav Item 3</a></li>
   </ul>
</nav>

How can I do DNS lookups in Python, including referring to /etc/hosts?

This code works well for returning all of the IP addresses that might belong to a particular URI. Since many systems are now in a hosted environment (AWS/Akamai/etc.), systems may return several IP addresses. The lambda was "borrowed" from @Peter Silva.

def get_ips_by_dns_lookup(target, port=None):
    '''
        this function takes the passed target and optional port and does a dns
        lookup. it returns the ips that it finds to the caller.

        :param target:  the URI that you'd like to get the ip address(es) for
        :type target:   string
        :param port:    which port do you want to do the lookup against?
        :type port:     integer
        :returns ips:   all of the discovered ips for the target
        :rtype ips:     list of strings

    '''
    import socket

    if not port:
        port = 443

    return list(map(lambda x: x[4][0], socket.getaddrinfo('{}.'.format(target),port,type=socket.SOCK_STREAM)))

ips = get_ips_by_dns_lookup(target='google.com')

Convert object to JSON in Android

Most people are using gson : check this

Gson gson = new Gson();
String json = gson.toJson(myObj);

How to convert a ruby hash object to JSON?

You can also use JSON.generate:

require 'json'

JSON.generate({ foo: "bar" })
=> "{\"foo\":\"bar\"}"

Or its alias, JSON.unparse:

require 'json'

JSON.unparse({ foo: "bar" })
=> "{\"foo\":\"bar\"}"

I'm getting favicon.ico error

In Angular earlier we had .angular-cli.json file which referred to favicon.ico. If you'll upgrade into one of the newer versions of Angular then you'll have angular.json instead. For these newer versions, you have to refer the favicon path in your index.html from now onwards.

Where is NuGet.Config file located in Visual Studio project?

I have created an answer for this post that might help: https://stackoverflow.com/a/63816822/2399164

Summary:

I am a little late to the game but I believe I found a simple solution to this problem...

  1. Create a "NuGet.Config" file in the same directory as your .sln
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<configuration>
  <packageSources>
    <add key="nuget.org" value="https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json" protocolVersion="3" />
    <add key="{{CUSTOM NAME}}" value="{{CUSTOM SOURCE}}" />
  </packageSources>
  <packageRestore>
    <add key="enabled" value="True" />
    <add key="automatic" value="True" />
  </packageRestore>
  <bindingRedirects>
    <add key="skip" value="False" />
  </bindingRedirects>
  <packageManagement>
    <add key="format" value="0" />
    <add key="disabled" value="False" />
  </packageManagement>
</configuration>
  1. That is it! Create your "Dockerfile" here as well

  2. Run docker build with your Dockerfile and all will get resolved

Using Bootstrap Tooltip with AngularJS

Try the Tooltip (ui.bootstrap.tooltip). See Angular directives for Bootstrap

<button type="button" class="btn btn-default" tooltip-placement="bottom" uib-tooltip="tooltip message">Test</button>

It is recommended to avoid JavaScript code on the top of AngularJS

Clip/Crop background-image with CSS

You can put the graphic in a pseudo-element with its own dimensional context:

#graphic {
  position: relative;
  width: 200px;
  height: 100px;
}
#graphic::before {
  position: absolute;
  content: '';
  z-index: -1;
  width: 200px;
  height: 50px;
  background-image: url(image.jpg);
}

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    width: 200px;_x000D_
    height: 100px;_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#graphic::before {_x000D_
    content: '';_x000D_
    _x000D_
    position: absolute;_x000D_
    width: 200px;_x000D_
    height: 50px;_x000D_
    z-index: -1;_x000D_
    _x000D_
    background-image: url(http://placehold.it/500x500/); /* Image is 500px by 500px, but only 200px by 50px is showing. */_x000D_
}
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<div id="graphic">lorem ipsum</div>
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Browser support is good, but if you need to support IE8, use a single colon :before. IE has no support for either syntax in versions prior to that.

Why is 22 the default port number for SFTP?

From Wikipedia:

Applications implementing common services often use specifically reserved, well-known port numbers for receiving service requests from client hosts. This process is known as listening and involves the receipt of a request on the well-known port and reestablishing one-to-one server-client communications on another private port, so that other clients may also contact the well-known service port. The well-known ports are defined by convention overseen by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).

Source

So as others mentioned, it's a convention.

How to use default Android drawables

As far as i remember, the documentation advises against using the menu icons from android.R.drawable directly and recommends copying them to your drawables folder. The main reason is that those icons and names can be subject to change and may not be available in future releases.

Warning: Because these resources can change between platform versions, you should not reference these icons using the Android platform resource IDs (i.e. menu icons under android.R.drawable). If you want to use any icons or other internal drawable resources, you should store a local copy of those icons or drawables in your application resources, then reference the local copy from your application code. In that way, you can maintain control over the appearance of your icons, even if the system's copy changes.

from: http://developer.android.com/guide/practices/ui_guidelines/icon_design_menu.html

ASP.NET jQuery Ajax Calling Code-Behind Method

Firstly, you probably want to add a return false; to the bottom of your Submit() method in JavaScript (so it stops the submit, since you're handling it in AJAX).

You're connecting to the complete event, not the success event - there's a significant difference and that's why your debugging results aren't as expected. Also, I've never made the signature methods match yours, and I've always provided a contentType and dataType. For example:

$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "Default.aspx/OnSubmit",
        data: dataValue,                
        contentType: 'application/json; charset=utf-8',
        dataType: 'json',
        error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) {
            alert("Request: " + XMLHttpRequest.toString() + "\n\nStatus: " + textStatus + "\n\nError: " + errorThrown);
        },
        success: function (result) {
            alert("We returned: " + result);
        }
    });

Laravel where on relationship object

I created a custom query scope in BaseModel (my all models extends this class):

/**
 * Add a relationship exists condition (BelongsTo).
 *
 * @param  Builder        $query
 * @param  string|Model   $relation   Relation string name or you can try pass directly model and method will try guess relationship
 * @param  mixed          $modelOrKey
 * @return Builder|static
 */
public function scopeWhereHasRelated(Builder $query, $relation, $modelOrKey = null)
{
    if ($relation instanceof Model && $modelOrKey === null) {
        $modelOrKey = $relation;
        $relation   = Str::camel(class_basename($relation));
    }

    return $query->whereHas($relation, static function (Builder $query) use ($modelOrKey) {
        return $query->whereKey($modelOrKey instanceof Model ? $modelOrKey->getKey() : $modelOrKey);
    });
}

You can use it in many contexts for example:

Event::whereHasRelated('participants', 1)->isNotEmpty(); // where has participant with id = 1 

Furthermore, you can try to omit relationship name and pass just model:

$participant = Participant::find(1);
Event::whereHasRelated($participant)->first(); // guess relationship based on class name and get id from model instance

Formatting a field using ToText in a Crystal Reports formula field

I think you are looking for ToText(CCur(@Price}/{ValuationReport.YestPrice}*100-100))

You can use CCur to convert numbers or string to Curency formats. CCur(number) or CCur(string)


I think this may be what you are looking for,

Replace (ToText(CCur({field})),"$" , "") that will give the parentheses for negative numbers

It is a little hacky, but I'm not sure CR is very kind in the ways of formatting

Using regular expressions to do mass replace in Notepad++ and Vim

This will work. Tested it in my vim. the single quotes are the trouble.

1,$s/^<option value value=['].['] >/

Should I use Python 32bit or Python 64bit

Use the 64 bit version only if you have to work with heavy amounts of data, in that scenario, the 64 bits performs better with the inconvenient that John La Rooy said; if not, stick with the 32 bits.

How to open a workbook specifying its path

Workbooks.open("E:\sarath\PTMetrics\20131004\D8 L538-L550 16MY\D8 L538-L550_16MY_Powertrain Metrics_20131002.xlsm")

Or, in a more structured way...

Sub openwb()
    Dim sPath As String, sFile As String
    Dim wb As Workbook

    sPath = "E:\sarath\PTMetrics\20131004\D8 L538-L550 16MY\"
    sFile = sPath & "D8 L538-L550_16MY_Powertrain Metrics_20131002.xlsm"

    Set wb = Workbooks.Open(sFile)
End Sub

CASE statement in SQLite query

Also, you do not have to use nested CASEs. You can use several WHEN-THEN lines and the ELSE line is also optional eventhough I recomend it

CASE 
   WHEN [condition.1] THEN [expression.1]
   WHEN [condition.2] THEN [expression.2]
   ...
   WHEN [condition.n] THEN [expression.n]
   ELSE [expression] 
END

Find files in created between a date range

Script oldfiles

I've tried to answer this question in a more complete way, and I ended up creating a complete script with options to help you understand the find command.

The script oldfiles is in this repository

To "create" a new find command you run it with the option -n (dry-run), and it will print to you the correct find command you need to use.

Of course, if you omit the -n it will just run, no need to retype the find command.

Usage:

$ oldfiles [-v...] ([-h|-V|-n] | {[(-a|-u) | (-m|-t) | -c] (-i | -d | -o| -y | -g) N (-\> | -\< | -\=) [-p "pat"]})

  • Where the options are classified in the following groups:
    • Help & Info:

      -h, --help : Show this help.
      -V, --version : Show version.
      -v, --verbose : Turn verbose mode on (cumulative).
      -n, --dry-run : Do not run, just explain how to create a "find" command

    • Time type (access/use, modification time or changed status):

      -a or -u : access (use) time
      -m or -t : modification time (default)
      -c : inode status change

    • Time range (where N is a positive integer):

      -i N : minutes (default, with N equal 1 min)
      -d N : days
      -o N : months
      -y N : years
      -g N : N is a DATE (example: "2017-07-06 22:17:15")

    • Tests:

      -p "pat" : optional pattern to match (example: -p "*.c" to find c files) (default -p "*")
      -\> : file is newer than given range, ie, time modified after it.
      -\< : file is older than given range, ie, time is from before it. (default)
      -\= : file that is exactly N (min, day, month, year) old.

Example:

  • Find C source files newer than 10 minutes (access time) (with verbosity 3):

$ oldfiles -a -i 10 -p"*.c" -\> -nvvv Starting oldfiles script, by beco, version 20170706.202054... $ oldfiles -vvv -a -i 10 -p "*.c" -\> -n Looking for "*.c" files with (a)ccess time newer than 10 minute(s) find . -name "*.c" -type f -amin -10 -exec ls -ltu --time-style=long-iso {} + Dry-run

  • Find H header files older than a month (modification time) (verbosity 2):

$ oldfiles -m -o 1 -p"*.h" -\< -nvv Starting oldfiles script, by beco, version 20170706.202054... $ oldfiles -vv -m -o 1 -p "*.h" -\< -n find . -name "*.h" -type f -mtime +30 -exec ls -lt --time-style=long-iso {} + Dry-run

  • Find all (*) files within a single day (Dec, 1, 2016; no verbosity, dry-run):

$ oldfiles -mng "2016-12-01" -\= find . -name "*" -type f -newermt "2016-11-30 23:59:59" ! -newermt "2016-12-01 23:59:59" -exec ls -lt --time-style=long-iso {} +

Of course, removing the -n the program will run the find command itself and save you the trouble.

I hope this helps everyone finally learn this {a,c,t}{time,min} options.

the LS output:

You will also notice that the "ls" option ls OPT changes to match the type of time you choose.

Link for clone/download of the oldfiles script:

https://github.com/drbeco/oldfiles

Jquery Change Height based on Browser Size/Resize

$(function(){
    $(window).resize(function(){
        var h = $(window).height();
        var w = $(window).width();
        $("#elementToResize").css('height',(h < 768 || w < 1024) ? 500 : 400);
    });
});

Scrollbars etc have an effect on the window size so you may want to tweak to desired size.

How to change default JRE for all Eclipse workspaces?

The Installed JREs is used for what JREs to execute for your downstream Java projects and servers. As far as what JVM or JRE that is used to execute Eclipse process (workbench) itself that is controlled by your environment, history and eclipse.exe binary. So eclipse.exe itself decides what JRE Eclipse will execute itself with, not installed JREs preferences since those are not read until OSGi framework is up and running which is loaded after the JVM/JRE is picked.

So for new workspaces, Eclipse is going to use its currently executing JRE to populate the JRE prefs.

The best way I know how is to force eclipse.exe to use the JRE that you tell it via the -vm switch. So in your eclipse.ini do this:

-startup
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.2.0.v20110502.jar
--launcher.library
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_64_1.1.100.v20110502
-vm
/path/to/exactly/what/jre/you/want/as/default/javaw.exe
...

Convert character to Date in R

library(lubridate) if your date format is like this '04/24/2017 05:35:00'then change it like below prods.all$Date2<-gsub("/","-",prods.all$Date2) then change the date format parse_date_time(prods.all$Date2, orders="mdy hms")

Change Input to Upper Case

Can also do it this way but other ways seem better, this comes in handy if you only need it the once.

onkeyup="this.value = this.value.toUpperCase();"

open link in iframe

Well, there's an alternate way! You can use a button instead of hyperlink. Hence, when the button is clicked the web page specified in "name_of_webpage" is opened in the target frame named "name_of_iframe". It works for me!

<form method="post" action="name_of_webpage" target="name_of_iframe">
<input type="submit" value="any_name_you_want" />
</form>
<iframe name="name_of_iframe"></iframe>

Check if something is (not) in a list in Python

The bug is probably somewhere else in your code, because it should work fine:

>>> 3 not in [2, 3, 4]
False
>>> 3 not in [4, 5, 6]
True

Or with tuples:

>>> (2, 3) not in [(2, 3), (5, 6), (9, 1)]
False
>>> (2, 3) not in [(2, 7), (7, 3), "hi"]
True

What exactly is the meaning of an API?

Application program interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API specifies how software components should interact and APIs are used when programming graphical user interface (GUI) components. A good API makes it easier to develop a program by providing all the building blocks. A programmer then puts the blocks together.

source: http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/A/API.html

How to leave/exit/deactivate a Python virtualenv

Since the deactivate function created by sourcing ~/bin/activate cannot be discovered by the usual means of looking for such a command in ~/bin, you may wish to create one that just executes the function deactivate.

The problem is that a script named deactivate containing a single command deactivate will cause an endless loop if accidentally executed while not in the venv. A common mistake.

This can be avoided by only executing deactivate if the function exists (i.e. has been created by sourcing activate).

#!/bin/bash

declare -Ff deactivate  && deactivate

How do I get the number of days between two dates in JavaScript?

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  var oneDay = 24 * 60 * 60; // hours*minutes*seconds_x000D_
  var oneHour = 60 * 60; // minutes*seconds_x000D_
  var oneMinute = 60; // 60 seconds_x000D_
  var firstDate = date1.getTime(); // convert to milliseconds_x000D_
  var secondDate = date2.getTime(); // convert to milliseconds_x000D_
  var seconds = Math.round(Math.abs(firstDate - secondDate) / 1000); //calculate the diffrence in seconds_x000D_
  // the difference object_x000D_
  var difference = {_x000D_
    "days": 0,_x000D_
    "hours": 0,_x000D_
    "minutes": 0,_x000D_
    "seconds": 0,_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  //calculate all the days and substract it from the total_x000D_
  while (seconds >= oneDay) {_x000D_
    difference.days++;_x000D_
    seconds -= oneDay;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  //calculate all the remaining hours then substract it from the total_x000D_
  while (seconds >= oneHour) {_x000D_
    difference.hours++;_x000D_
    seconds -= oneHour;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  //calculate all the remaining minutes then substract it from the total _x000D_
  while (seconds >= oneMinute) {_x000D_
    difference.minutes++;_x000D_
    seconds -= oneMinute;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  //the remaining seconds :_x000D_
  difference.seconds = seconds;_x000D_
  //return the difference object_x000D_
  return difference;_x000D_
}_x000D_
console.log(timeDifference(new Date(2017,0,1,0,0,0),new Date()));
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Automated Python to Java translation

Yes Jython does this, but it may or may not be what you want

the MySQL service on local computer started and then stopped

Also remember to give NETWORK SERVICE permission to the folder:

  1. Right-click Data folder
  2. Select Properties
  3. Select Security tab
  4. Click Advanced
  5. Click Change Permissions...
  6. Click Add...
  7. Type NETWORK SERVICE
  8. Click Check Names
  9. Click OK
  10. Select Full Control
  11. Click OK – four times
  12. Start MySQL service

TypeScript: Property does not exist on type '{}'

When you write the following line of code in TypeScript:

var SUCSS = {};

The type of SUCSS is inferred from the assignment (i.e. it is an empty object type).

You then go on to add a property to this type a few lines later:

SUCSS.fadeDiv = //...

And the compiler warns you that there is no property named fadeDiv on the SUCSS object (this kind of warning often helps you to catch a typo).

You can either... fix it by specifying the type of SUCSS (although this will prevent you from assigning {}, which doesn't satisfy the type you want):

var SUCSS : {fadeDiv: () => void;};

Or by assigning the full value in the first place and let TypeScript infer the types:

var SUCSS = {
    fadeDiv: function () {
        // Simplified version
        alert('Called my func');
    }
};

Unexpected end of file error

I encountered that error when I forgot to uncheck the Precompiled header from the additional options in the wizard after naming a new Win32 console application.

Because I don't need stdafx.h library, I removed it by going to Project menu, then click Properties or [name of our project] Properties or simply press Alt + F7. On the dropdownlist beside configuration, select All Configurations. Below that, is a tree node, click Configuration Properties, then C/C++. On the right pane, select Create/Use Precompiled Header, and choose Not using Precompiled Header.

Better solution without exluding fields from Binding

You should not use your domain models in your views. ViewModels are the correct way to do it.

You need to map your domain model's necessary fields to viewmodel and then use this viewmodel in your controllers. This way you will have the necessery abstraction in your application.

If you never heard of viewmodels, take a look at this.

How to add anything in <head> through jquery/javascript?

Create a temporary element (e. g. DIV), assign your HTML code to its innerHTML property, and then append its child nodes to the HEAD element one by one. For example, like this:

var temp = document.createElement('div');

temp.innerHTML = '<link rel="stylesheet" href="example.css" />'
               + '<script src="foobar.js"><\/script> ';

var head = document.head;

while (temp.firstChild) {
    head.appendChild(temp.firstChild);
}

Compared with rewriting entire HEAD contents via its innerHTML, this wouldn’t affect existing child elements of the HEAD element in any way.

Note that scripts inserted this way are apparently not executed automatically, while styles are applied successfully. So if you need scripts to be executed, you should load JS files using Ajax and then execute their contents using eval().

How can I use Python to get the system hostname?

From at least python >= 3.3:

You can use the field nodename and avoid using array indexing:

os.uname().nodename

Although, even the documentation of os.uname suggests using socket.gethostname()

how to increase sqlplus column output length?

On Linux try these:

set wrap off
set trimout ON
set trimspool on
set serveroutput on
set pagesize 0
set long 20000000
set longchunksize 20000000
set linesize 4000

Float a div in top right corner without overlapping sibling header

Get rid from your <Button> wrap div using display:block and float:left in both <Button> and <h1> and specifying their width with a position:relative to your Section. This approach has the advantage of not needing another div only to position your <Button>

html

<section>  
    <h1>some long long long long header, a whole line, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6</h1>     
    <button>button</button>
</section>

? css

section {
    position: relative;
    width: 50%;
    border: 1px solid;
    float:left;
}
h1 {
    display: block;
    width:70%;
    float:left;
}
button
{
    position:relative;
    top:0;
    left:0;
    float:left;
}

?

How do I position one image on top of another in HTML?

@buti-oxa: Not to be pedantic, but your code is invalid. The HTML width and height attributes do not allow for units; you're likely thinking of the CSS width: and height: properties. You should also provide a content-type (text/css; see Espo's code) with the <style> tag.

<style type="text/css"> 
.containerdiv { float: left; position: relative; } 
.cornerimage { position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; } 
</style>

<div class="containerdiv">
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Leaving px; in the width and height attributes might cause a rendering engine to balk.

Can HTTP POST be limitless?

In an application I was developing I ran into what appeared to be a POST limit of about 2KB. It turned out to be that I was accidentally encoding the parameters into the URL instead of passing them in the body. So if you're running into a problem there, there is definitely a very small limit on the size of POST data you can send encoded into the URL.

MySQL command line client for Windows

When you go to the MySQL download page, choose the platform "Microsoft Windows". Then download the "Windows (x86, xx-bit), ZIP Archive" (be sure to select the one with size over 140M.

The binaries will be in the "bin" folder.

I understand that this is not just the client binaries, but at least you don't have to install and setup the entire server.

Update rows in one table with data from another table based on one column in each being equal

If you want to update matching rows in t1 with data from t2 then:

update t1
set (c1, c2, c3) = 
(select c1, c2, c3 from t2
 where t2.user_id = t1.user_id)
where exists
(select * from t2
 where t2.user_id = t1.user_id)

The "where exists" part it to prevent updating the t1 columns to null where no match exists.

How to grant remote access to MySQL for a whole subnet?

It looks like you can also use a netmask, e.g.

GRANT ... TO 'user'@'192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0' IDENTIFIED BY ...

How do I use typedef and typedef enum in C?

typedef enum state {DEAD,ALIVE} State;
|     | |                     | |   |^ terminating semicolon, required! 
|     | |   type specifier    | |   |
|     | |                     | ^^^^^  declarator (simple name)
|     | |                     |    
|     | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  
|     |
^^^^^^^-- storage class specifier (in this case typedef)

The typedef keyword is a pseudo-storage-class specifier. Syntactically, it is used in the same place where a storage class specifier like extern or static is used. It doesn't have anything to do with storage. It means that the declaration doesn't introduce the existence of named objects, but rather, it introduces names which are type aliases.

After the above declaration, the State identifier becomes an alias for the type enum state {DEAD,ALIVE}. The declaration also provides that type itself. However that isn't typedef doing it. Any declaration in which enum state {DEAD,ALIVE} appears as a type specifier introduces that type into the scope:

enum state {DEAD, ALIVE} stateVariable;

If enum state has previously been introduced the typedef has to be written like this:

typedef enum state State;

otherwise the enum is being redefined, which is an error.

Like other declarations (except function parameter declarations), the typedef declaration can have multiple declarators, separated by a comma. Moreover, they can be derived declarators, not only simple names:

typedef unsigned long ulong, *ulongptr;
|     | |           | |  1 | |   2   |
|     | |           | |    | ^^^^^^^^^--- "pointer to" declarator
|     | |           | ^^^^^^------------- simple declarator
|     | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^-------------------- specifier-qualifier list
^^^^^^^---------------------------------- storage class specifier

This typedef introduces two type names ulong and ulongptr, based on the unsigned long type given in the specifier-qualifier list. ulong is just a straight alias for that type. ulongptr is declared as a pointer to unsigned long, thanks to the * syntax, which in this role is a kind of type construction operator which deliberately mimics the unary * for pointer dereferencing used in expressions. In other words ulongptr is an alias for the "pointer to unsigned long" type.

Alias means that ulongptr is not a distinct type from unsigned long *. This is valid code, requiring no diagnostic:

unsigned long *p = 0;
ulongptr q = p;

The variables q and p have exactly the same type.

The aliasing of typedef isn't textual. For instance if user_id_t is a typedef name for the type int, we may not simply do this:

unsigned user_id_t uid;  // error! programmer hoped for "unsigned int uid". 

This is an invalid type specifier list, combining unsigned with a typedef name. The above can be done using the C preprocessor:

#define user_id_t int
unsigned user_id_t uid;

whereby user_id_t is macro-expanded to the token int prior to syntax analysis and translation. While this may seem like an advantage, it is a false one; avoid this in new programs.

Among the disadvantages that it doesn't work well for derived types:

 #define silly_macro int *

 silly_macro not, what, you, think;

This declaration doesn't declare what, you and think as being of type "pointer to int" because the macro-expansion is:

 int * not, what, you, think;

The type specifier is int, and the declarators are *not, what, you and think. So not has the expected pointer type, but the remaining identifiers do not.

And that's probably 99% of everything about typedef and type aliasing in C.

Using Thymeleaf when the value is null

The shortest way is using '?' operator. If you have User entity with embedded Address entity in order to access fields of Address entity and print them if address is not null, otherwise here will be an empty column:

<td th:text="${user?.address?.city}"></td>

Eclipse error: R cannot be resolved to a variable

I assume you have updated ADT with version 22 and R.java file is not getting generated.

If this is the case, then here is the solution:

Hope you know Android studio has gradle building tool. Same as in eclipse they have given new component in the Tools folder called Android SDK Build-tools that needs to be installed. Open the Android SDK Manager, select the newly added build tools, install it, restart the SDK Manager after the update.

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How to get values from IGrouping

From definition of IGrouping :

IGrouping<out TKey, out TElement> : IEnumerable<TElement>, IEnumerable

you can just iterate through elements like this:

IEnumerable<IGrouping<int, smth>> groups = list.GroupBy(x => x.ID)
foreach(IEnumerable<smth> element in groups)
{
//do something
}

How do you replace all the occurrences of a certain character in a string?

The problem is you're not doing anything with the result of replace. In Python strings are immutable so anything that manipulates a string returns a new string instead of modifying the original string.

line[8] = line[8].replace(letter, "")

In Visual Studio C++, what are the memory allocation representations?

Regarding 0xCC and 0xCD in particular, these are relics from the Intel 8088/8086 processor instruction set back in the 1980s. 0xCC is a special case of the software interrupt opcode INT 0xCD. The special single-byte version 0xCC allows a program to generate interrupt 3.

Although software interrupt numbers are, in principle, arbitrary, INT 3 was traditionally used for the debugger break or breakpoint function, a convention which remains to this day. Whenever a debugger is launched, it installs an interrupt handler for INT 3 such that when that opcode is executed the debugger will be triggered. Typically it will pause the currently running programming and show an interactive prompt.

Normally, the x86 INT opcode is two bytes: 0xCD followed by the desired interrupt number from 0-255. Now although you could issue 0xCD 0x03 for INT 3, Intel decided to add a special version--0xCC with no additional byte--because an opcode must be only one byte in order to function as a reliable 'fill byte' for unused memory.

The point here is to allow for graceful recovery if the processor mistakenly jumps into memory that does not contain any intended instructions. Multi-byte instructions aren't suited this purpose since an erroneous jump could land at any possible byte offset where it would have to continue with a properly formed instruction stream.

Obviously, one-byte opcodes work trivially for this, but there can also be quirky exceptions: for example, considering the fill sequence 0xCDCDCDCD (also mentioned on this page), we can see that it's fairly reliable since no matter where the instruction pointer lands (except perhaps the last filled byte), the CPU can resume executing a valid two-byte x86 instruction CD CD, in this case for generating software interrupt 205 (0xCD).

Weirder still, whereas CD CC CD CC is 100% interpretable--giving either INT 3 or INT 204--the sequence CC CD CC CD is less reliable, only 75% as shown, but generally 99.99% when repeated as an int-sized memory filler.

page from contemporaneous 8088/8086 instruction set manual showing INT instruction
Macro Assembler Reference, 1987

How can I INSERT data into two tables simultaneously in SQL Server?

Another option is to run the two inserts separately, leaving the FK column null, then running an update to poulate it correctly.

If there is nothing natural stored within the two tables that match from one record to another (likely) then create a temporary GUID column and populate this in your data and insert to both fields. Then you can update with the proper FK and null out the GUIDs.

E.g.:

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[table1] ( 
    [id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, 
    [data] [varchar](255) NOT NULL, 
    CONSTRAINT [PK_table1] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ([id] ASC),
    JoinGuid UniqueIdentifier NULL
) 

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[table2] ( 
    [id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, 
    [table1_id] [int] NULL, 
    [data] [varchar](255) NOT NULL, 
    CONSTRAINT [PK_table2] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ([id] ASC),
    JoinGuid UniqueIdentifier NULL
) 


INSERT INTO Table1....

INSERT INTO Table2....

UPDATE b
SET table1_id = a.id
FROM Table1 a
JOIN Table2 b on a.JoinGuid = b.JoinGuid
WHERE b.table1_id IS NULL

UPDATE Table1 SET JoinGuid = NULL
UPDATE Table2 SET JoinGuid = NULL

LINQ to SQL - Left Outer Join with multiple join conditions

You need to introduce your join condition before calling DefaultIfEmpty(). I would just use extension method syntax:

from p in context.Periods
join f in context.Facts on p.id equals f.periodid into fg
from fgi in fg.Where(f => f.otherid == 17).DefaultIfEmpty()
where p.companyid == 100
select f.value

Or you could use a subquery:

from p in context.Periods
join f in context.Facts on p.id equals f.periodid into fg
from fgi in (from f in fg
             where f.otherid == 17
             select f).DefaultIfEmpty()
where p.companyid == 100
select f.value

Video auto play is not working in Safari and Chrome desktop browser

In React + Chrome, it's better to import the video than give it as src to .

import React from 'react';
import styled from 'styled-components';
import video from './videos.mp4';
const StyledVideo = styled.video`
width: 100%;
height: 100vh;
object-fit: cover;
`
const BackgroundVideo = () => {
return (
    <StyledVideo autoPlay loop muted>
        <source src={video} type="video/mp4" />
    </StyledVideo>
);
}

Remember

  • The video is in the same directory, to import it.
  • To autoplay, the video in the background, use autoPlay and muted props are there.

Difference between CR LF, LF and CR line break types?

NL derived from EBCDIC NL = x'15' which would logically compare to CRLF x'odoa ascii... this becomes evident when physcally moving data from mainframes to midrange. Coloquially (as only arcane folks use ebcdic) NL has been equated with either CR or LF or CRLF