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Javascript: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'addEventListener' of null

Your code is in the <head> => runs before the elements are rendered, so document.getElementById('compute'); returns null, as MDN promise...

element = document.getElementById(id);
element is a reference to an Element object, or null if an element with the specified ID is not in the document.

MDN

Solutions:

  1. Put the scripts in the bottom of the page.
  2. Call the attach code in the load event.
  3. Use jQuery library and it's DOM ready event.

What is the jQuery ready event and why is it needed?
(why no just JavaScript's load event):

While JavaScript provides the load event for executing code when a page is rendered, this event does not get triggered until all assets such as images have been completely received. In most cases, the script can be run as soon as the DOM hierarchy has been fully constructed. The handler passed to .ready() is guaranteed to be executed after the DOM is ready, so this is usually the best place to attach all other event handlers...
...

ready docs

How do I execute a string containing Python code in Python?

You accomplish executing code using exec, as with the following IDLE session:

>>> kw = {}
>>> exec( "ret = 4" ) in kw
>>> kw['ret']

4

Bind failed: Address already in use

As mentioned above the port is in use already. This could be due to several reasons

  1. some other application is already using it.
  2. The port is in close_wait state when your program is waiting for the other end to close the program.refer (https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/10106/orphaned-connections-in-close-wait-state).
  3. The program might be in time_wait state. you can wait or use socket option SO_REUSEADDR as mentioned in another post.

Do netstat -a | grep <portno> to check the port state.

IntelliJ cannot find any declarations

Same Problem for Python Project!!!

I tried to make a clean new intellij project and updated everything. Tried different virtualenvs but nothing worked out.

UNTIL I uninstalled the Python Plugin + Restart IntelliJ + Intall Python Plugin + Restart IntelliJ again. I'm not sure if this is a "real" solution, but it solved my issue.

Maybe you can try something familar for Java "Plugin"/JDK?

ArrayList or List declaration in Java

Basically it allows Java to store several types of objects in one structure implementation, by generic type declaration (like class MyStructure<T extends TT>), which is one of Javas main features.

Object-oriented approaches are based in modularity and reusability by separation of concerns - the ability to use a structure with any kind of types of object (as long as it obeys a few rules).

You could just instantiate things as followed:

ArrayList list = new ArrayList();

instead of

ArrayList<String> list = new ArrayList<>();

By declaring and using generic types you are informing a structure of the kind of objects it will manage and the compiler will be able to inform you if you're inserting an illegal type into that structure, for instance. Let's say:

// this works
List list1 = new ArrayList();
list1.add(1);
list1.add("one");

// does not work
List<String> list2 = new ArrayList<>();
list2.add(1); // compiler error here
list2.add("one");

If you want to see some examples check the documentation documentation:

/**
 * Generic version of the Box class.
 * @param <T> the type of the value being boxed
 */
public class Box<T> {
    // T stands for "Type"
    private T t;

    public void set(T t) { this.t = t; }
    public T get() { return t; }
}

Then you could instantiate things like:

class Paper  { ... }
class Tissue { ... }

// ...
Box<Paper> boxOfPaper = new Box<>();
boxOfPaper.set(new Paper(...));

Box<Tissue> boxOfTissues = new Box<>();
boxOfTissues.set(new Tissue(...));

The main thing to draw from this is you're specifying which type of object you want to box.

As for using Object l = new ArrayList<>();, you're not accessing the List or ArrayList implementation so you won't be able to do much with the collection.

Getting a HeadlessException: No X11 DISPLAY variable was set

This appears to be a more general SWING/AWT/JDK problem that just the JBOSS installer:

The accepted answer below solved the issue for me :

Unable to run java gui programs with ubuntu

("sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk")

How to click a href link using Selenium

To click() on the element with text as App Configuration you can use either of the following Locator Strategies:

  • linkText:

    driver.findElement(By.linkText("App Configuration")).click();
    
  • cssSelector:

    driver.findElement(By.cssSelector("a[href='/docs/configuration']")).click();
    
  • xpath:

    driver.findElement(By.xpath("//a[@href='/docs/configuration' and text()='App Configuration']")).click();
    

Ideally, to click() on the element you need to induce WebDriverWait for the elementToBeClickable() and you can use either of the following Locator Strategies:

  • linkText:

    new WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.linkText("App Configuration"))).click();
    
  • cssSelector:

    new WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.cssSelector("a[href='/docs/configuration']"))).click();
    
  • xpath:

    new WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath("//a[@href='/docs/configuration' and text()='App Configuration']"))).click();
    

References

You can find a couple of relevant detailed discussions in:

How can I declare and use Boolean variables in a shell script?

Here is a simple example which works for me:

temp1=true
temp2=false

if [ "$temp1" = true ] || [ "$temp2" = true ]
then
    echo "Do something." 
else
    echo "Do something else."
fi

how to pass value from one php page to another using session

Use something like this:

page1.php

<?php
session_start();
$_SESSION['myValue']=3; // You can set the value however you like.
?>

Any other PHP page:

<?php
session_start();
echo $_SESSION['myValue'];
?>

A few notes to keep in mind though: You need to call session_start() BEFORE any output, HTML, echos - even whitespace.

You can keep changing the value in the session - but it will only be able to be used after the first page - meaning if you set it in page 1, you will not be able to use it until you get to another page or refresh the page.

The setting of the variable itself can be done in one of a number of ways:

$_SESSION['myValue']=1;
$_SESSION['myValue']=$var;
$_SESSION['myValue']=$_GET['YourFormElement'];

And if you want to check if the variable is set before getting a potential error, use something like this:

if(!empty($_SESSION['myValue'])
{
    echo $_SESSION['myValue'];
}
else
{
    echo "Session not set yet.";
}

What is the most efficient way to loop through dataframes with pandas?

As @joris pointed out, iterrows is much slower than itertuples and itertuples is approximately 100 times fater than iterrows, and I tested speed of both methods in a DataFrame with 5027505 records the result is for iterrows, it is 1200it/s, and itertuples is 120000it/s.

If you use itertuples, note that every element in the for loop is a namedtuple, so to get the value in each column, you can refer to the following example code

>>> df = pd.DataFrame({'col1': [1, 2], 'col2': [0.1, 0.2]},
                      index=['a', 'b'])
>>> df
   col1  col2
a     1   0.1
b     2   0.2
>>> for row in df.itertuples():
...     print(row.col1, row.col2)
...
1, 0.1
2, 0.2

How to detect the device orientation using CSS media queries?

I would go for aspect-ratio, it offers way more possibilities.

/* Exact aspect ratio */
@media (aspect-ratio: 2/1) {
    ...
}

/* Minimum aspect ratio */
@media (min-aspect-ratio: 16/9) {
    ...
}

/* Maximum aspect ratio */
@media (max-aspect-ratio: 8/5) {
    ...
}

Both, orientation and aspect-ratio depend on the actual size of the viewport and have nothing todo with the device orientation itself.

Read more: https://dev.to/ananyaneogi/useful-css-media-query-features-o7f

How to get size of mysql database?

Alternatively you can directly jump into data directory and check for combined size of v3.myd, v3. myi and v3. frm files (for myisam) or v3.idb & v3.frm (for innodb).

Include .so library in apk in android studio

I've tried the solution presented in the accepted answer and it did not work for me. I wanted to share what DID work for me as it might help someone else. I've found this solution here.

Basically what you need to do is put your .so files inside a a folder named lib (Note: it is not libs and this is not a mistake). It should be in the same structure it should be in the APK file.

In my case it was:
Project:
|--lib:
|--|--armeabi:
|--|--|--.so files.

So I've made a lib folder and inside it an armeabi folder where I've inserted all the needed .so files. I then zipped the folder into a .zip (the structure inside the zip file is now lib/armeabi/*.so) I renamed the .zip file into armeabi.jar and added the line compile fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: '*.jar') into dependencies {} in the gradle's build file.

This solved my problem in a rather clean way.

node.js http 'get' request with query string parameters

Check out the request module.

It's more full featured than node's built-in http client.

var request = require('request');

var propertiesObject = { field1:'test1', field2:'test2' };

request({url:url, qs:propertiesObject}, function(err, response, body) {
  if(err) { console.log(err); return; }
  console.log("Get response: " + response.statusCode);
});

NameError: global name 'unicode' is not defined - in Python 3

You can use the six library to support both Python 2 and 3:

import six
if isinstance(value, six.string_types):
    handle_string(value)

How to programmatically open the Permission Screen for a specific app on Android Marshmallow?

If we are talking about FLYME OS (Meizu) ONLY there are it's own Security app with permissions.

To open it use following intent:

public static void openFlymeSecurityApp(Activity context) {
    Intent intent = new Intent("com.meizu.safe.security.SHOW_APPSEC");
    intent.addCategory(Intent.CATEGORY_DEFAULT);
    intent.putExtra("packageName", BuildConfig.APPLICATION_ID);
    try {
        context.startActivity(intent);
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

Of-cause BuildConfig is your app's BuildConfig.

Where does Chrome store extensions?

It is a bit late, but you can find it (windows 10 chrome 83)

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\<your profile>\Extensions

Chrome now store it per profile. If you only have one profile, it's in a folder called Default

Mysql adding user for remote access

Follow instructions (steps 1 to 3 don't needed in windows):

  1. Find mysql config to edit:

    /etc/mysql/my.cnf (Mysql 5.5)

    /etc/mysql/conf.d/mysql.cnf (Mysql 5.6+)

  2. Find bind-address=127.0.0.1 in config file change bind-address=0.0.0.0 (you can set bind address to one of your interface ips or like me use 0.0.0.0)

  3. Restart mysql service run on console: service restart mysql

  4. Create a user with a safe password for remote connection. To do this run following command in mysql (if you are linux user to reach mysql console run mysql and if you set password for root run mysql -p):

    GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES 
     ON *.* TO 'remote'@'%' 
     IDENTIFIED BY 'safe_password' 
     WITH GRANT OPTION;`
    

Now you should have a user with name of user and password of safe_password with capability of remote connect.

CSS - center two images in css side by side

Flexbox can do this with just two css rules on a surrounding div.

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.social-media{_x000D_
    display: flex;_x000D_
    justify-content: center;_x000D_
}
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<div class="social-media">_x000D_
<a href="mailto:[email protected]">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Mail" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
<a href="https://www.facebook.com/OlympiaHaacht" target="_blank">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Facebook" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
</div>
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How to install pip with Python 3?

Here is my way to solve this problem at ubuntu 12.04:

sudo apt-get install build-essential libncursesw5-dev libssl-dev libgdbm-dev libc6-dev libsqlite3-dev tk-dev

Then install the python3 from source code:

wget https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.4.0/Python-3.4.0.tar.xz
tar xvf Python-3.4.0.tar.xz
cd Python-3.4.0
./configure
make
make test
sudo make install

When you finished installing all of them, pip3 will get installed automatically.

PageSpeed Insights 99/100 because of Google Analytics - How can I cache GA?

This may do the trick :)

<script>
  $.ajax({
  type: "GET",
  url: "https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js",
  success: function(){},
  dataType: "script",
  cache: true
  });
</script>

How do I make JavaScript beep?

Using Houshalter's suggestion, I made this simple tone synthesizer demo.

Screenshot

Here is a screenshot. Try the live demo further down in this Answer (click Run code snippet).

screenshot of live demo available further down in this Answer

Demo code

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audioCtx = new(window.AudioContext || window.webkitAudioContext)();_x000D_
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show();_x000D_
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function show() {_x000D_
  frequency = document.getElementById("fIn").value;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("fOut").innerHTML = frequency + ' Hz';_x000D_
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  switch (document.getElementById("tIn").value * 1) {_x000D_
    case 0: type = 'sine'; break;_x000D_
    case 1: type = 'square'; break;_x000D_
    case 2: type = 'sawtooth'; break;_x000D_
    case 3: type = 'triangle'; break;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  document.getElementById("tOut").innerHTML = type;_x000D_
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  volume = document.getElementById("vIn").value / 100;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("vOut").innerHTML = volume;_x000D_
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  duration = document.getElementById("dIn").value;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("dOut").innerHTML = duration + ' ms';_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function beep() {_x000D_
  var oscillator = audioCtx.createOscillator();_x000D_
  var gainNode = audioCtx.createGain();_x000D_
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  oscillator.connect(gainNode);_x000D_
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    duration_x000D_
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};
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<input type="range" id="fIn" min="40" max="6000" oninput="show()" />_x000D_
<span id="fOut"></span><br>_x000D_
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<input type="range" id="tIn" min="0" max="3" oninput="show()" />_x000D_
<span id="tOut"></span><br>_x000D_
volume_x000D_
<input type="range" id="vIn" min="0" max="100" oninput="show()" />_x000D_
<span id="vOut"></span><br>_x000D_
duration_x000D_
<input type="range" id="dIn" min="1" max="5000" oninput="show()" />_x000D_
<span id="dOut"></span>_x000D_
<br>_x000D_
<button onclick='beep();'>Play</button>
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You can clone and tweak the code here: Tone synthesizer demo on JS Bin

Have fun!

Compatible browsers:

  • Chrome mobile & desktop
  • Firefox mobile & desktop
  • Opera mobile, mini & desktop
  • Android browser
  • Microsoft Edge browser
  • Safari on iPhone or iPad

Not Compatible

  • Internet Explorer version 11 (but does work on the Edge browser)

Unable to execute dex: Multiple dex files define Lcom/myapp/R$array;

I was basically facing the same issue. I deleted the BIN folder, then removed unused jar files for Order and Import from eclipse. IT WORKED after that

Switch to another Git tag

Clone the repository as normal:

git clone git://github.com/rspec/rspec-tmbundle.git RSpec.tmbundle

Then checkout the tag you want like so:

git checkout tags/1.1.4

This will checkout out the tag in a 'detached HEAD' state. In this state, "you can look around, make experimental changes and commit them, and [discard those commits] without impacting any branches by performing another checkout".

To retain any changes made, move them to a new branch:

git checkout -b 1.1.4-jspooner

You can get back to the master branch by using:

git checkout master

Note, as was mentioned in the first revision of this answer, there is another way to checkout a tag:

git checkout 1.1.4

But as was mentioned in a comment, if you have a branch by that same name, this will result in git warning you that the refname is ambiguous and checking out the branch by default:

warning: refname 'test' is ambiguous.
Switched to branch '1.1.4'

The shorthand can be safely used if the repository does not share names between branches and tags.

What is the best way to update the entity in JPA

It depends on number of entities which are going to be updated, if you have large number of entities using JPA Query Update statement is better as you dont have to load all the entities from database, if you are going to update just one entity then using find and update is fine.

What is a smart pointer and when should I use one?

Here is the Link for similar answers : http://sickprogrammersarea.blogspot.in/2014/03/technical-interview-questions-on-c_6.html

A smart pointer is an object that acts, looks and feels like a normal pointer but offers more functionality. In C++, smart pointers are implemented as template classes that encapsulate a pointer and override standard pointer operators. They have a number of advantages over regular pointers. They are guaranteed to be initialized as either null pointers or pointers to a heap object. Indirection through a null pointer is checked. No delete is ever necessary. Objects are automatically freed when the last pointer to them has gone away. One significant problem with these smart pointers is that unlike regular pointers, they don't respect inheritance. Smart pointers are unattractive for polymorphic code. Given below is an example for the implementation of smart pointers.

Example:

template <class X>
class smart_pointer
{
          public:
               smart_pointer();                          // makes a null pointer
               smart_pointer(const X& x)            // makes pointer to copy of x

               X& operator *( );
               const X& operator*( ) const;
               X* operator->() const;

               smart_pointer(const smart_pointer <X> &);
               const smart_pointer <X> & operator =(const smart_pointer<X>&);
               ~smart_pointer();
          private:
               //...
};

This class implement a smart pointer to an object of type X. The object itself is located on the heap. Here is how to use it:

smart_pointer <employee> p= employee("Harris",1333);

Like other overloaded operators, p will behave like a regular pointer,

cout<<*p;
p->raise_salary(0.5);

The controller for path was not found or does not implement IController

Building on this answer by George, I found in my case that I had set my controller up properly as ThingController and I had a properly defined method on that controller Edit.

But.. I was referencing it in my view with

<a href="/App/ThingController/Edit" />

Where I should have been just using the name without the word controller like

<a href="/App/Thing/Edit" />

Check if an element is a child of a parent

Ended up using .closest() instead.

$(document).on("click", function (event) {
    if($(event.target).closest(".CustomControllerMainDiv").length == 1)
    alert('element is a child of the custom controller')
});

How can I change the value of the elements in a vector?

Just use:

for (int i = 0; i < v.size(); i++)
{
    v[i] -= valueToSubstract;
}

Or its equivalent (and more readable?):

for (int i = 0; i < v.size(); i++)
    v[i] = v[i] - valueToSubstract;

Recommendation for compressing JPG files with ImageMagick

Once I needed to resize photos from camera for developing:

  • Original filesize: 2800 kB
  • Resolution: 3264x2448

Command:

mogrify -quality "97%" -resize 2048x2048 -filter Lanczos -interlace Plane -gaussian-blur 0.05 
  • Result filesize 753 kB
  • Resolution 2048x2048

and I can't see any changes in full screen with my 1920x1080 resolution monitor. 2048 resolution is the best for developing 10 cm photos at maximum quality of 360 dpi. I don't want to strip it.

edit: I noticed that I even get much better results without blurring. Without blurring filesize is 50% of original, but quality is better (when zooming).

Search for a particular string in Oracle clob column

ok, you may use substr in correlation to instr to find the starting position of your string

select 
  dbms_lob.substr(
       product_details, 
       length('NEW.PRODUCT_NO'), --amount
       dbms_lob.instr(product_details,'NEW.PRODUCT_NO') --offset
       ) 
from my_table
where dbms_lob.instr(product_details,'NEW.PRODUCT_NO')>=1;

What does mysql error 1025 (HY000): Error on rename of './foo' (errorno: 150) mean?

If you are using a client like MySQL Workbench, right click the desired table from where a foreign key is to be deleted, then select the foreign key tab and delete the indexes.

Then you can run the query like this:

alter table table_name drop foreign_key_col_name;

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of JSON input at JSON.parse (<anonymous>)

Issue is with the Json.parse of empty array - scatterSeries , as you doing console log of scatterSeries before pushing ch

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code sample - https://codepen.io/nagasai/pen/GGzZVB

Error: [ng:areq] from angular controller

In my case I included app.js below the controller while app.js should include above any controller like

<script src="js/app.js"></script> 
<script src="js/controllers/mainCtrl.js"></script>

Merging arrays with the same keys

You need to use array_merge_recursive instead of array_merge. Of course there can only be one key equal to 'c' in the array, but the associated value will be an array containing both 3 and 4.

Measure execution time for a Java method

To be more precise, I would use nanoTime() method rather than currentTimeMillis():

long startTime = System.nanoTime();
myCall(); 
long stopTime = System.nanoTime();
System.out.println(stopTime - startTime);

In Java 8 (output format is ISO-8601):

Instant start = Instant.now();
Thread.sleep(63553);
Instant end = Instant.now();
System.out.println(Duration.between(start, end)); // prints PT1M3.553S

Guava Stopwatch:

Stopwatch stopwatch = Stopwatch.createStarted();
myCall();
stopwatch.stop(); // optional
System.out.println("Time elapsed: "+ stopwatch.elapsed(TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS));

Get the value of input text when enter key pressed

Something like this (not tested, but should work)

Pass this as parameter in Html:

<input type="text" placeholder="some text" class="search" onkeydown="search(this)"/>

And alert the value of the parameter passed into the search function:

function search(e){
  alert(e.value);
}

How to make System.out.println() shorter

As Bakkal explained, for the keyboard shortcuts, in netbeans you can go to tools->options->editor->code templates and add or edit your own shortcuts.

In Eclipse it's on templates.

Color a table row with style="color:#fff" for displaying in an email

Try to use the <font> tag

?<table> 
    <thead> 
        <tr> 
            <th><font color="#FFF">Header 1</font></th> 
            <th><font color="#FFF">Header 1</font></th> 
            <th><font color="#FFF">Header 1</font></th> 
        </tr> 
    </thead> 
    <tbody> 
        <tr> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
        </tr> 
    </tbody> 
</table>

But I think this should work, too:

?<table> 
    <thead> 
        <tr> 
            <th color="#FFF">Header 1</th> 
            <th color="#FFF">Header 1</th> 
            <th color="#FFF">Header 1</th> 
        </tr> 
    </thead> 
    <tbody> 
        <tr> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
            <td>blah blah</td> 
        </tr> 
    </tbody> 
</table>

EDIT:

Crossbrowser solution:

use capitals in HEX-color.

<th bgcolor="#5D7B9D" color="#FFFFFF"><font color="#FFFFFF">Header 1</font></th>

How can I use LEFT & RIGHT Functions in SQL to get last 3 characters?

You can use RTRIM or cast your value to VARCHAR:

SELECT RIGHT(RTRIM(Field),3), LEFT(Field,LEN(Field)-3)

Or

SELECT RIGHT(CAST(Field AS VARCHAR(15)),3), LEFT(Field,LEN(Field)-3)

Differences between action and actionListener

As BalusC indicated, the actionListener by default swallows exceptions, but in JSF 2.0 there is a little more to this. Namely, it doesn't just swallows and logs, but actually publishes the exception.

This happens through a call like this:

context.getApplication().publishEvent(context, ExceptionQueuedEvent.class,                                                          
    new ExceptionQueuedEventContext(context, exception, source, phaseId)
);

The default listener for this event is the ExceptionHandler which for Mojarra is set to com.sun.faces.context.ExceptionHandlerImpl. This implementation will basically rethrow any exception, except when it concerns an AbortProcessingException, which is logged. ActionListeners wrap the exception that is thrown by the client code in such an AbortProcessingException which explains why these are always logged.

This ExceptionHandler can be replaced however in faces-config.xml with a custom implementation:

<exception-handlerfactory>
   com.foo.myExceptionHandler
</exception-handlerfactory>

Instead of listening globally, a single bean can also listen to these events. The following is a proof of concept of this:

@ManagedBean
@RequestScoped
public class MyBean {

    public void actionMethod(ActionEvent event) {

        FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getApplication().subscribeToEvent(ExceptionQueuedEvent.class, new SystemEventListener() {

        @Override
        public void processEvent(SystemEvent event) throws AbortProcessingException {
            ExceptionQueuedEventContext content = (ExceptionQueuedEventContext)event.getSource();
            throw new RuntimeException(content.getException());
        }

        @Override
        public boolean isListenerForSource(Object source) {
            return true;
        }
        });

        throw new RuntimeException("test");
    }

}

(note, this is not how one should normally code listeners, this is only for demonstration purposes!)

Calling this from a Facelet like this:

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"
    xmlns:h="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html"
    xmlns:f="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core">
    <h:body>
        <h:form>
            <h:commandButton value="test" actionListener="#{myBean.actionMethod}"/>
        </h:form>
    </h:body>
</html>

Will result in an error page being displayed.

PySpark: multiple conditions in when clause

it should works at least in pyspark 2.4

tdata = tdata.withColumn("Age",  when((tdata.Age == "") & (tdata.Survived == "0") , "NewValue").otherwise(tdata.Age))

Fatal error: Class 'PHPMailer' not found

Just download composer and install phpMailler autoloader.php

https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/blob/master/composer.json

once composer is loaded use below code:

    require_once("phpMailer/class.phpmailer.php");
    require_once("phpMailer/PHPMailerAutoload.php");

    $mail = new PHPMailer(true); 
            $mail->SMTPDebug = true;
            $mail->SMTPSecure = "tls";
            $mail->SMTPAuth   = true;
            $mail->Username   = 'youremail id';
            $mail->Password   = 'youremail password';
            $mail_from        = "youremail id";
            $subject          = "Your Subject";
            $body             = "email body";
            $mail_to          = "receiver_email";
            $mail->IsSMTP(); 
            try {
                  $mail->Host= "smtp.your.com";
                  $mail->Port = "Your SMTP Port No";// ssl port :465, 
                  $mail->Debugoutput = 'html';
                  $mail->AddAddress($mail_to, "receiver_name");
                  $mail->SetFrom($mail_from,'AmpleChat Team'); 
                  $mail->Subject = $subject;
                  $mail->MsgHTML($body);
                  $mail->Send();
                 $emailreturn = 200;
                } catch (phpmailerException $e) {
                  $emailreturn = $e->errorMessage();             
                } catch (Exception $e) {
                 $emailreturn = $e->getMessage();
                }
    echo $emailreturn;

Hope this will work.

How to Decode Json object in laravel and apply foreach loop on that in laravel

you can use json_decode function

foreach (json_decode($response) as $area)
{
 print_r($area); // this is your area from json response
}

See this fiddle

How to directly execute SQL query in C#?

To execute your command directly from within C#, you would use the SqlCommand class.

Quick sample code using paramaterized SQL (to avoid injection attacks) might look like this:

string queryString = "SELECT tPatCulIntPatIDPk, tPatSFirstname, tPatSName, tPatDBirthday  FROM  [dbo].[TPatientRaw] WHERE tPatSName = @tPatSName";
string connectionString = "Server=.\PDATA_SQLEXPRESS;Database=;User Id=sa;Password=2BeChanged!;";

using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
{
    SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand(queryString, connection);
    command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@tPatSName", "Your-Parm-Value");
    connection.Open();
    SqlDataReader reader = command.ExecuteReader();
    try
    {
        while (reader.Read())
        {
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format("{0}, {1}",
            reader["tPatCulIntPatIDPk"], reader["tPatSFirstname"]));// etc
        }
    }
    finally
    {
        // Always call Close when done reading.
        reader.Close();
    }
}

Text on image mouseover?

This is using the :hover pseudoelement in CSS3.

HTML:

<div id="wrapper">
    <img src="http://placehold.it/300x200" class="hover" />
    <p class="text">text</p>
</div>?

CSS:

#wrapper .text {
position:relative;
bottom:30px;
left:0px;
visibility:hidden;
}

#wrapper:hover .text {
visibility:visible;
}

?Demo HERE.


This instead is a way of achieving the same result by using jquery:

HTML:

<div id="wrapper">
    <img src="http://placehold.it/300x200" class="hover" />
    <p class="text">text</p>
</div>?

CSS:

#wrapper p {
position:relative;
bottom:30px;
left:0px;
visibility:hidden;
}

jquery code:

$('.hover').mouseover(function() {
  $('.text').css("visibility","visible");
});

$('.hover').mouseout(function() {
  $('.text').css("visibility","hidden");
});

You can put the jquery code where you want, in the body of the HTML page, then you need to include the jquery library in the head like this:

<head>
<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
</head>

You can see the demo HERE.

When you want to use it on your website, just change the <img src /> value and you can add multiple images and captions, just copy the format i used: insert image with class="hover" and p with class="text"

"Faceted Project Problem (Java Version Mismatch)" error message

Did you check your Project Properties -> Project Facets panel? (From that post)

A WTP project is composed of multiple units of functionality (known as facets).

The Java facet version needs to always match the java compiler compliance level.
The best way to change java level is to use the Project Facets properties panel as that will update both places at the same time.

WTP

The "Project->Preferences->Project Facets" stores its configuration in this file, "org.eclipse.wst.common.project.facet.core.xml", under the ".settings" directory.

The content might look like this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<faceted-project>
  <runtime name="WebSphere Application Server v6.1"/>
  <fixed facet="jst.java"/>
  <fixed facet="jst.web"/>
  <installed facet="jst.java" version="5.0"/>
  <installed facet="jst.web" version="2.4"/>
  <installed facet="jsf.ibm" version="7.0"/>
  <installed facet="jsf.base" version="7.0"/>
  <installed facet="web.jstl" version="1.1"/>
</faceted-project>

Check also your Java compliance level:

Java compliance level

What is the most compatible way to install python modules on a Mac?

There's nothing wrong with using a MacPorts Python installation. If you are installing python modules from MacPorts but then not seeing them, that likely means you are not invoking the MacPorts python you installed to. In a terminal shell, you can use absolute paths to invoke the various Pythons that may be installed. For example:

$ /usr/bin/python2.5         # Apple-supplied 2.5 (Leopard)
$ /opt/local/bin/python2.5   # MacPorts 2.5
$ /opt/local/bin/python2.6   # MacPorts 2.6
$ /usr/local/bin/python2.6   # python.org (MacPython) 2.6
$ /usr/local/bin/python3.1   # python.org (MacPython) 3.1

To get the right python by default requires ensuring your shell $PATH is set properly to ensure that the right executable is found first. Another solution is to define shell aliases to the various pythons.

A python.org (MacPython) installation is fine, too, as others have suggested. easy_install can help but, again, because each Python instance may have its own easy_install command, make sure you are invoking the right easy_install.

What is the difference between "long", "long long", "long int", and "long long int" in C++?

Long and long int are at least 32 bits.

long long and long long int are at least 64 bits. You must be using a c99 compiler or better.

long doubles are a bit odd. Look them up on Wikipedia for details.

What is the purpose of Node.js module.exports and how do you use it?

The intent is:

Modular programming is a software design technique that emphasizes separating the functionality of a program into independent, interchangeable modules, such that each contains everything necessary to execute only one aspect of the desired functionality.

Wikipedia

I imagine it becomes difficult to write a large programs without modular / reusable code. In nodejs we can create modular programs utilising module.exports defining what we expose and compose our program with require.

Try this example:

fileLog.js

function log(string) { require('fs').appendFileSync('log.txt',string); }

module.exports = log;

stdoutLog.js

function log(string) { console.log(string); }

module.exports = log;

program.js

const log = require('./stdoutLog.js')

log('hello world!');

execute

$ node program.js

hello world!

Now try swapping ./stdoutLog.js for ./fileLog.js.

Are HTTPS URLs encrypted?

I agree with the previous answers:

To be explicit:

With TLS, the first part of the URL (https://www.example.com/) is still visible as it builds the connection. The second part (/herearemygetparameters/1/2/3/4) is protected by TLS.

However there are a number of reasons why you should not put parameters in the GET request.

First, as already mentioned by others: - leakage through browser address bar - leakage through history

In addition to that you have leakage of URL through the http referer: user sees site A on TLS, then clicks a link to site B. If both sites are on TLS, the request to site B will contain the full URL from site A in the referer parameter of the request. And admin from site B can retrieve it from the log files of server B.)

How does the bitwise complement operator (~ tilde) work?

Simply ...........

As 2's complement of any number we can calculate by inverting all 1s to 0's and vice-versa than we add 1 to it..

Here N= ~N produce results -(N+1) always. Because system store data in form of 2's complement which means it stores ~N like this.

  ~N = -(~(~N)+1) =-(N+1). 

For example::

  N = 10  = 1010
  Than ~N  = 0101
  so ~(~N) = 1010
  so ~(~N) +1 = 1011 

Now point is from where Minus comes. My opinion is suppose we have 32 bit register which means 2^31 -1 bit involved in operation and to rest one bit which change in earlier computation(complement) stored as sign bit which is 1 usually. And we get result as ~10 = -11.

~(-11) =10 ;

The above is true if printf("%d",~0); we get result: -1;

But printf("%u",~0) than result: 4294967295 on 32 bit machine.

VBA (Excel) Initialize Entire Array without Looping

You can initialize the array by specifying the dimensions. For example

Dim myArray(10) As Integer
Dim myArray(1 to 10) As Integer

If you are working with arrays and if this is your first time then I would recommend visiting Chip Pearson's WEBSITE.

What does this initialize to? For example, what if I want to initialize the entire array to 13?

When you want to initailize the array of 13 elements then you can do it in two ways

Dim myArray(12) As Integer
Dim myArray(1 to 13) As Integer

In the first the lower bound of the array would start with 0 so you can store 13 elements in array. For example

myArray(0) = 1
myArray(1) = 2
'
'
'
myArray(12) = 13

In the second example you have specified the lower bounds as 1 so your array starts with 1 and can again store 13 values

myArray(1) = 1
myArray(2) = 2
'
'
'
myArray(13) = 13

Wnen you initialize an array using any of the above methods, the value of each element in the array is equal to 0. To check that try this code.

Sub Sample()
    Dim myArray(12) As Integer
    Dim i As Integer

    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray)
        Debug.Print myArray(i)
    Next i
End Sub

or

Sub Sample()
    Dim myArray(1 to 13) As Integer
    Dim i As Integer

    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray)
        Debug.Print myArray(i)
    Next i
End Sub

FOLLOWUP FROM COMMENTS

So, in this example every value would be 13. So if I had an array Dim myArray(300) As Integer, all 300 elements would hold the value 13

Like I mentioned, AFAIK, there is no direct way of achieving what you want. Having said that here is one way which uses worksheet function Rept to create a repetitive string of 13's. Once we have that string, we can use SPLIT using "," as a delimiter. But note this creates a variant array but can be used in calculations.

Note also, that in the following examples myArray will actually hold 301 values of which the last one is empty - you would have to account for that by additionally initializing this value or removing the last "," from sNum before the Split operation.

Sub Sample()
    Dim sNum As String
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim myArray

    '~~> Create a string with 13 three hundred times separated by comma
    '~~> 13,13,13,13...13,13 (300 times)
    sNum = WorksheetFunction.Rept("13,", 300)
    sNum = Left(sNum, Len(sNum) - 1)

    myArray = Split(sNum, ",")

    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray)
        Debug.Print myArray(i)
    Next i
End Sub

Using the variant array in calculations

Sub Sample()
    Dim sNum As String
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim myArray

    '~~> Create a string with 13 three hundred times separated by comma
    sNum = WorksheetFunction.Rept("13,", 300)
    sNum = Left(sNum, Len(sNum) - 1)

    myArray = Split(sNum, ",")

    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray)
        Debug.Print Val(myArray(i)) + Val(myArray(i))
    Next i
End Sub

How to use jQuery to select a dropdown option?

if your options have a value, you can do this:

$('select').val("the-value-of-the-option-you-want-to-select");

'select' would be the id of your select or a class selector. or if there is just one select, you can use the tag as it is in the example.

How do I get the last four characters from a string in C#?

This won't fail for any length string.

string mystring = "34234234d124";
string last4 = Regex.Match(mystring, "(?!.{5}).*").Value;
// last4 = "d124"
last4 = Regex.Match("d12", "(?!.{5}).*").Value;
// last4 = "d12"

This is probably overkill for the task at hand, but if there needs to be additional validation, it can possibly be added to the regular expression.

Edit: I think this regex would be more efficient:

@".{4}\Z"

How to select id with max date group by category in PostgreSQL?

SELECT id FROM tbl GROUP BY cat HAVING MAX(date)

What's the Use of '\r' escape sequence?

The program is printing "Hey this is my first hello world ", then it is moving the cursor back to the beginning of the line. How this will look on the screen depends on your environment. It appears the beginning of the string is being overwritten by something, perhaps your command line prompt.

Can I define a class name on paragraph using Markdown?

As mentioned above markdown itself leaves you hanging on this. However, depending on the implementation there are some workarounds:

At least one version of MD considers <div> to be a block level tag but <DIV> is just text. All broswers however are case insensitive. This allows you to keep the syntax simplicity of MD, at the cost of adding div container tags.

So the following is a workaround:

<DIV class=foo>

  Paragraphs here inherit class foo from above.

</div>

The downside of this is that the output code has <p> tags wrapping the <div> lines (both of them, the first because it's not and the second because it doesn't match. No browser fusses about this that I've found, but the code won't validate. MD tends to put in spare <p> tags anyway.

Several versions of markdown implement the convention <tag markdown="1"> in which case MD will do the normal processing inside the tag. The above example becomes:

<div markdown="1" class=foo>

  Paragraphs here inherit class foo from above.

</div>

The current version of Fletcher's MultiMarkdown allows attributes to follow the link if using referenced links.

JavaScript array to CSV

The selected answer is probably correct but it seems needlessly unclear.

I found Shomz's Fiddle to be very helpful, but again, needlessly unclear. (Edit: I now see that that Fiddle is based on the OP's Fiddle.)

Here's my version (which I've created a Fiddle for) which I think is more clear:

function downloadableCSV(rows) {
  var content = "data:text/csv;charset=utf-8,";

  rows.forEach(function(row, index) {
    content += row.join(",") + "\n";
  });

  return encodeURI(content);
}

var rows = [
  ["name1", 2, 3],
  ["name2", 4, 5],
  ["name3", 6, 7],
  ["name4", 8, 9],
  ["name5", 10, 11]
];

$("#download").click(function() {
  window.open(downloadableCSV(rows));
});

TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for -: 'str' and 'int'

For future reference Python is strongly typed. Unlike other dynamic languages, it will not automagically cast objects from one type or the other (say from str to int) so you must do this yourself. You'll like that in the long-run, trust me!

Why am I seeing "TypeError: string indices must be integers"?

I had a similar issue with Pandas, you need to use the iterrows() function to iterate through a Pandas dataset Pandas documentation for iterrows

data = pd.read_csv('foo.csv')
for index,item in data.iterrows():
    print('{} {}'.format(item["gravatar_id"], item["position"]))

note that you need to handle the index in the dataset that is also returned by the function.

How can I know when an EditText loses focus?

Kotlin way

editText.setOnFocusChangeListener { _, hasFocus ->
    if (!hasFocus) {  }
}

How to calculate percentage when old value is ZERO

How to deal with Zeros when calculating percentage changes is the researcher's call and requires some domain expertise. If the researcher believes that it would not be distorting the data, s/he may simply add a very small constant to all values to get rid of all zeros. In financial series, when dealing with trading volume, for example, we may not want to do this because trading volume = 0 just means that: the asset did not trade at all. The meaning of volume = 0 may be very different from volume = 0.00000000001. This is my preferred strategy in cases whereby I can not logically add a small constant to all values. Consider the percentage change formula ((New-Old)/Old) *100. If New = 0, then percentage change would be -100%. This number indeed makes financial sense as long as it is the minimum percentage change in the series (This is indeed guaranteed to be the minimum percentage change in the series). Why? Because it shows that trading volume experiences maximum possible decrease, which is going from any number to 0, -100%. So, I'll be fine with this value being in my percentage change series. If I normalize that series, then even better since this (possibly) relatively big number in absolute value will be analyzed on the same scale as other variables are. Now, what if the Old value = 0. That's a trickier case. Percentage change due to going from 0 to 1 will be equal to that due to going from 0 to a million: infinity. The fact that we call both "infinity" percentage change is problematic. In this case, I would set the infinities equal to np.nan and interpolate them.

The following graph shows what I discussed above. Starting from series 1, we get series 4, which is ready to be analyzed, with no Inf or NaNs.

enter image description here

One more thing: a lot of the time, the reason for calculating percentage change is to stationarize the data. So, if your original series contains zero and you wish to convert it to percentage change to achieve stationarity, first make sure it is not already stationary. Because if it is, you don't have to calculate percentage change. The point is that series that take the value of 0 a lot (the problem OP has) are very likely to be already stationary, for example the volume series I considered above. Imagine a series oscillating above and below zero, thus hitting 0 at times. Such a series is very likely already stationary.

How do I vertically align something inside a span tag?

Set padding-top to be an appropriate value to push the x down, then subtract the value you have for padding-top from the height.

Calculate the center point of multiple latitude/longitude coordinate pairs

Dart/Flutter Calculate the center point of multiple latitude/longitude coordinate pairs

Map<String, double> getLatLngCenter(List<List<double>> coords) {
    const LATIDX = 0;
    const LNGIDX = 1;
    double sumX = 0;
    double sumY = 0;
    double sumZ = 0;

    for (var i = 0; i < coords.length; i++) {
      var lat = VectorMath.radians(coords[i][LATIDX]);
      var lng = VectorMath.radians(coords[i][LNGIDX]);
      // sum of cartesian coordinates
      sumX += Math.cos(lat) * Math.cos(lng);
      sumY += Math.cos(lat) * Math.sin(lng);
      sumZ += Math.sin(lat);
    }

    var avgX = sumX / coords.length;
    var avgY = sumY / coords.length;
    var avgZ = sumZ / coords.length;

    // convert average x, y, z coordinate to latitude and longtitude
    var lng = Math.atan2(avgY, avgX);
    var hyp = Math.sqrt(avgX * avgX + avgY * avgY);
    var lat = Math.atan2(avgZ, hyp);

    return {
      "latitude": VectorMath.degrees(lat),
      "longitude": VectorMath.degrees(lng)
    };
  }

Combine multiple JavaScript files into one JS file

Script grouping is counterproductive, you should load them in parallel using something like http://yepnopejs.com/ or http://headjs.com

Stopping Docker containers by image name - Ubuntu

You can use the ps command to take a look at the running containers:

docker ps -a

From there you should see the name of your container along with the container ID that you're looking for. Here's more information about docker ps.

Pyinstaller setting icons don't change

That's error of a module in pyinstaller. The stuff would be sth like this, right:

File "c:\users\p-stu\appdata\local\programs\python\python38-32\lib\site-packages\PyInstaller\utils\win32\icon.py", line 234, in CopyIcons
    except win32api.error as W32E:
AttrubuteError: module 'win32ctypes.pywin32.win32api' has no attribute 'error'

What is the best way to programmatically detect porn images?

If you're really have time and money:

One way of doing it is by 1) Writing an image detection algorithm to find whether an object is human or not. This can be done by bitmasking an image to retrieve it's "contours" and see if the contours fits a human contour.

2) Data mine a lot of porn images and use data mining techniques such as the C4 algorithms or Particle Swarm Optimization to learn to detect pattern that matches porn images.

This will require that you identify how a naked man/woman contours of a human body must look like in digitized format (this can be achieved in the same way OCR image recognition algorithms works).

Hope you have fun! :-)

How to create custom button in Android using XML Styles

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape 
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:shape="oval">

   <solid 
       android:color="#ffffffff"/>

   <size 
       android:width="@dimen/shape_circle_width"
        android:height="@dimen/shape_circle_height"/>
</shape>

1.add this in your drawable

2.set as background to your button

JavaScript closure inside loops – simple practical example

Here's another variation on the technique, similar to Bjorn's (apphacker), which lets you assign the variable value inside the function rather than passing it as a parameter, which might be clearer sometimes:

_x000D_
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var funcs = [];_x000D_
for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {_x000D_
    funcs[i] = (function() {_x000D_
        var index = i;_x000D_
        return function() {_x000D_
            console.log("My value: " + index);_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    })();_x000D_
}
_x000D_
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_x000D_

Note that whatever technique you use, the index variable becomes a sort of static variable, bound to the returned copy of the inner function. I.e., changes to its value are preserved between calls. It can be very handy.

How to rotate x-axis tick labels in Pandas barplot

The follows might be helpful:

# Valid font size are xx-small, x-small, small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large, larger, smaller, None

plt.xticks(
    rotation=45,
    horizontalalignment='right',
    fontweight='light',
    fontsize='medium',
)

Here is the function xticks[reference] with example and API

def xticks(ticks=None, labels=None, **kwargs):
    """
    Get or set the current tick locations and labels of the x-axis.

    Call signatures::

        locs, labels = xticks()            # Get locations and labels
        xticks(ticks, [labels], **kwargs)  # Set locations and labels

    Parameters
    ----------
    ticks : array_like
        A list of positions at which ticks should be placed. You can pass an
        empty list to disable xticks.

    labels : array_like, optional
        A list of explicit labels to place at the given *locs*.

    **kwargs
        :class:`.Text` properties can be used to control the appearance of
        the labels.

    Returns
    -------
    locs
        An array of label locations.
    labels
        A list of `.Text` objects.

    Notes
    -----
    Calling this function with no arguments (e.g. ``xticks()``) is the pyplot
    equivalent of calling `~.Axes.get_xticks` and `~.Axes.get_xticklabels` on
    the current axes.
    Calling this function with arguments is the pyplot equivalent of calling
    `~.Axes.set_xticks` and `~.Axes.set_xticklabels` on the current axes.

    Examples
    --------
    Get the current locations and labels:

        >>> locs, labels = xticks()

    Set label locations:

        >>> xticks(np.arange(0, 1, step=0.2))

    Set text labels:

        >>> xticks(np.arange(5), ('Tom', 'Dick', 'Harry', 'Sally', 'Sue'))

    Set text labels and properties:

        >>> xticks(np.arange(12), calendar.month_name[1:13], rotation=20)

    Disable xticks:

        >>> xticks([])
    """

Getting a random value from a JavaScript array

The shortest version:

var myArray = ['January', 'February', 'March']; 
var rand = myArray[(Math.random() * myArray.length) | 0]

What can cause a “Resource temporarily unavailable” on sock send() command

That's because you're using a non-blocking socket and the output buffer is full.

From the send() man page

   When the message does not fit into  the  send  buffer  of  the  socket,
   send() normally blocks, unless the socket has been placed in non-block-
   ing I/O mode.  In non-blocking mode it  would  return  EAGAIN  in  this
   case.  

EAGAIN is the error code tied to "Resource temporarily unavailable"

Consider using select() to get a better control of this behaviours

Get the current cell in Excel VB

Have you tried:

For one cell:

ActiveCell.Select

For multiple selected cells:

Selection.Range

For example:

Dim rng As Range
Set rng = Range(Selection.Address)

What is an AssertionError? In which case should I throw it from my own code?

Of course the "You shall not instantiate an item of this class" statement has been violated, but if this is the logic behind that, then we should all throw AssertionErrors everywhere, and that is obviously not what happens.

The code isn't saying the user shouldn't call the zero-args constructor. The assertion is there to say that as far as the programmer is aware, he/she has made it impossible to call the zero-args constructor (in this case by making it private and not calling it from within Example's code). And so if a call occurs, that assertion has been violated, and so AssertionError is appropriate.

Is it possible to use 'else' in a list comprehension?

Great answers, but just wanted to mention a gotcha that "pass" keyword will not work in the if/else part of the list-comprehension (as posted in the examples mentioned above).

#works
list1 = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
newlist2 = [x if x > 30 else x**2 for x in list1 ]
print(newlist2, type(newlist2))

#but this WONT work
list1 = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
newlist2 = [x if x > 30 else pass for x in list1 ]
print(newlist2, type(newlist2))

This is tried and tested on python 3.4. Error is as below:

newlist2 = [x if x > 30 else pass for x in list1 ]                                    
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

So, try to avoid pass-es in list comprehensions

How to initialize HashSet values by construction?

Combining answer by Michael Berdyshev with Generics and using constructor with initialCapacity, comparing with Arrays.asList variant:

  import java.util.Collections;
  import java.util.HashSet;
  import java.util.Set;

  @SafeVarargs
  public static <T> Set<T> buildSetModif(final T... values) {
    final Set<T> modifiableSet = new HashSet<T>(values.length);
    Collections.addAll(modifiableSet, values);
    return modifiableSet;
  }

  @SafeVarargs
  public static <T> Set<T> buildSetModifTypeSafe(final T... values) {
    return new HashSet<T>(Arrays.asList(values));
  }

  @SafeVarargs
  public static <T> Set<T> buildeSetUnmodif(final T... values) {
    return Collections.unmodifiableSet(buildSetModifTypeSafe(values));
    // Or use Set.of("a", "b", "c") if you use Java 9
  }
  • This is good if you pass a few values for init, for anything large use other methods
  • If you accidentally mix types with buildSetModif the resulting T will be ? extends Object, which is probably not what you want, this cannot happen with the buildSetModifTypeSafe variant, meaning that buildSetModifTypeSafe(1, 2, "a"); will not compile

How can I make a clickable link in an NSAttributedString?

Update:

There were 2 key parts to my question:

  1. How to make a link where the text shown for the clickable link is different than the actual link that is invoked:
  2. How to set up the links without having to use custom code to set the attributes on the text.

It turns out that iOS 7 added the ability to load attributed text from NSData.

I created a custom subclass of UITextView that takes advantage of the @IBInspectable attribute and lets you load contents from an RTF file directly in IB. You simply type the filename into IB and the custom class does the rest.

Here are the details:

In iOS 7, NSAttributedString gained the method initWithData:options:documentAttributes:error:. That method lets you load an NSAttributedString from an NSData object. You can first load an RTF file into NSData, then use initWithData:options:documentAttributes:error: to load that NSData into your text view. (Note that there is also a method initWithFileURL:options:documentAttributes:error: that will load an attributed string directly from a file, but that method was deprecated in iOS 9. It's safer to use the method initWithData:options:documentAttributes:error:, which wasn't deprecated.

I wanted a method that let me install clickable links into my text views without having to create any code specific to the links I was using.

The solution I came up with was to create a custom subclass of UITextView I call RTF_UITextView and give it an @IBInspectable property called RTF_Filename. Adding the @IBInspectable attribute to a property causes Interface Builder to expose that property in the "Attributes Inspector." You can then set that value from IB wihtout custom code.

I also added an @IBDesignable attribute to my custom class. The @IBDesignable attribute tells Xcode that it should install a running copy of your custom view class into Interface builder so you can see it in the graphical display of your view hierarchy. ()Unfortunately, for this class, the @IBDesignable property seems to be flaky. It worked when I first added it, but then I deleted the plain text contents of my text view and the clickable links in my view went away and I have not been able to get them back.)

The code for my RTF_UITextView is very simple. In addition to adding the @IBDesignable attribute and an RTF_Filename property with the @IBInspectable attribute, I added a didSet() method to the RTF_Filename property. The didSet() method gets called any time the value of the RTF_Filename property changes. The code for the didSet() method is quite simple:

@IBDesignable
class RTF_UITextView: UITextView
{
  @IBInspectable
  var RTF_Filename: String?
    {
    didSet(newValue)
    {
      //If the RTF_Filename is nil or the empty string, don't do anything
      if ((RTF_Filename ?? "").isEmpty)
      {
        return
      }
      //Use optional binding to try to get an URL to the
      //specified filename in the app bundle. If that succeeds, try to load
      //NSData from the file.
      if let fileURL = NSBundle.mainBundle().URLForResource(RTF_Filename, withExtension: "rtf"),
        
        //If the fileURL loads, also try to load NSData from the URL.
        let theData = NSData(contentsOfURL: fileURL)
      {
        var aString:NSAttributedString
        do
        {
          //Try to load an NSAttributedString from the data
          try
            aString = NSAttributedString(data: theData,
              options: [:],
              documentAttributes:  nil
          )
          //If it succeeds, install the attributed string into the field.
          self.attributedText = aString;
        }
        catch
        {
          print("Nerp.");
        }
      }
      
    }
  }
}

Note that if the @IBDesignable property isn't going to reliably allow you to preview your styled text in Interface builder then it might be better to set the above code up as an extension of UITextView rather than a custom subclass. That way you could use it in any text view without having to change the text view to the custom class.

See my other answer if you need to support iOS versions prior to iOS 7.

You can download a sample project that includes this new class from gitHub:

DatesInSwift demo project on Github

How to: Install Plugin in Android Studio

File-> Settings->Under IDE Settings click on Plugins. Now in right side window Click on Browse repositories and there you can find the plugins. Select which one you want and click on install

sweet-alert display HTML code in text

A feature to allow HTML for title and text parameters has been added with a recent merge into the master branch on GitHub https://github.com/t4t5/sweetalert/commit/9c3bcc5cb75e598d6faaa37353ecd84937770f3d

Simply use JSON configuration and set 'html' to true, eg:

swal({ html:true, title:'<i>TITLE</i>', text:'<b>TEXT</b>'});

This was merged less than a week ago and is hinted at in the README.md (html is set to false in one of the examples although not explicitly described) however it is not yet documented on the marketing page http://tristanedwards.me/sweetalert

How to sort a Ruby Hash by number value?

That's not the behavior I'm seeing:

irb(main):001:0> metrics = {"sitea.com" => 745, "siteb.com" => 9, "sitec.com" =>
 10 }
=> {"siteb.com"=>9, "sitec.com"=>10, "sitea.com"=>745}
irb(main):002:0> metrics.sort {|a1,a2| a2[1]<=>a1[1]}
=> [["sitea.com", 745], ["sitec.com", 10], ["siteb.com", 9]]

Is it possible that somewhere along the line your numbers are being converted to strings? Is there more code you're not posting?

Change CSS properties on click

Try this:

CSS

.style1{
    background-color:red;
    color:white;
    font-size:44px;
}

HTML

<div id="foo">hello world!</div>
<img src="zoom.png" onclick="myFunction()" />

Javascript

function myFunction()
{
    document.getElementById('foo').setAttribute("class", "style1");
}

jQuery select change show/hide div event

Try the below JS

$(function() {
    $('#type').change(function(){
        $('#row_dim').hide(); 
        if ($(this).val() == 'parcel')
        {
             $('#row_dim').show();
        }
    });
});

Reference jars inside a jar

Add the jar files to your library(if using netbeans) and modify your manifest's file classpath as follows:

Class-Path: lib/derby.jar lib/derbyclient.jar lib/derbynet.jar lib/derbytools.jar

a similar answer exists here

How to create a DataTable in C# and how to add rows?

You have to add datarows to your datatable for this.

// Creates a new DataRow with the same schema as the table.
DataRow dr = dt.NewRow();

// Fill the values
dr["Name"] = "Name";
dr["Marks"] = "Marks";

// Add the row to the rows collection
dt.Rows.Add ( dr );

Remove sensitive files and their commits from Git history

Use filter-branch:

git filter-branch --force --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch *file_path_relative_to_git_repo*' --prune-empty --tag-name-filter cat -- --all

git push origin *branch_name* -f

What is a good way to handle exceptions when trying to read a file in python?

How about this:

try:
    f = open(fname, 'rb')
except OSError:
    print "Could not open/read file:", fname
    sys.exit()

with f:
    reader = csv.reader(f)
    for row in reader:
        pass #do stuff here

What is the best way to get the minimum or maximum value from an Array of numbers?

There isn't any reliable way to get the minimum/maximum without testing every value. You don't want to try a sort or anything like that, walking through the array is O(n), which is better than any sort algorithm can do in the general case.

Java Generics With a Class & an Interface - Together

Actually, you can do what you want. If you want to provide multiple interfaces or a class plus interfaces, you have to have your wildcard look something like this:

<T extends ClassA & InterfaceB>

See the Generics Tutorial at sun.com, specifically the Bounded Type Parameters section, at the bottom of the page. You can actually list more than one interface if you wish, using & InterfaceName for each one that you need.

This can get arbitrarily complicated. To demonstrate, see the JavaDoc declaration of Collections#max, which (wrapped onto two lines) is:

public static <T extends Object & Comparable<? super T>> T
                                           max(Collection<? extends T> coll)

why so complicated? As said in the Java Generics FAQ: To preserve binary compatibility.

It looks like this doesn't work for variable declaration, but it does work when putting a generic boundary on a class. Thus, to do what you want, you may have to jump through a few hoops. But you can do it. You can do something like this, putting a generic boundary on your class and then:

class classB { }
interface interfaceC { }

public class MyClass<T extends classB & interfaceC> {
    Class<T> variable;
}

to get variable that has the restriction that you want. For more information and examples, check out page 3 of Generics in Java 5.0. Note, in <T extends B & C>, the class name must come first, and interfaces follow. And of course you can only list a single class.

C# Linq Where Date Between 2 Dates

Just change it to

var appointmentNoShow = from a in appointments
                        from p in properties
                        from c in clients
                        where a.Id == p.OID && 
                       (a.Start.Date >= startDate.Date && a.Start.Date <= endDate)

Oracle: not a valid month

To know the actual date format, insert a record by using sysdate. That way you can find the actual date format. for example

insert into emp values(7936, 'Mac', 'clerk', 7782, sysdate, 1300, 300, 10);

now, select the inserted record.

select ename, hiredate from emp where ename='Mac';

the result is

ENAME   HIREDATE
Mac     06-JAN-13

voila, now your actual date format is found.

Graphical HTTP client for windows

Update: For people that still come across this, Postman is your best bet now: https://www.getpostman.com/apps


RestClient is my favorite. It's Java based. I think it should meet your needs quite nicely. I particularly like the Auth suppport.

https://github.com/wiztools/rest-client

Screen Shot

Adding days to $Date in PHP

All you have to do is use days instead of day like this:

<?php
$Date = "2010-09-17";
echo date('Y-m-d', strtotime($Date. ' + 1 days'));
echo date('Y-m-d', strtotime($Date. ' + 2 days'));
?>

And it outputs correctly:

2010-09-18
2010-09-19

Find out the history of SQL queries

You can use this sql statement to get the history for any date:

SELECT * FROM V$SQL V where  to_date(v.FIRST_LOAD_TIME,'YYYY-MM-DD hh24:mi:ss') > sysdate - 60

How can I open a .tex file?

I don't know what the .tex extension on your file means. If we are saying that it is any file with any extension you have several methods of reading it.

I have to assume you are using windows because you have mentioned notepad++.

  1. Use notepad++. Right click on the file and choose "edit with notepad++"

  2. Use notepad Change the filename extension to .txt and double click the file.

  3. Use command prompt. Open the folder that your file is in. Hold down shift and right click. (not on the file, but in the folder that the file is in.) Choose "open command window here" from the command prompt type: "type filename.tex"

If these don't work, I would need more detail as to how they are not working. Errors that you may be getting or what you may expect to be in the file might help.

How to create Temp table with SELECT * INTO tempTable FROM CTE Query

How to Use TempTable in Stored Procedure?

Here are the steps:

CREATE TEMP TABLE

-- CREATE TEMP TABLE 
Create Table #MyTempTable (
    EmployeeID int
);

INSERT TEMP SELECT DATA INTO TEMP TABLE

-- INSERT COMMON DATA
Insert Into #MyTempTable
Select EmployeeID from [EmployeeMaster] Where EmployeeID between 1 and 100

SELECT TEMP TABLE (You can now use this select query)

Select EmployeeID from #MyTempTable

FINAL STEP DROP THE TABLE

Drop Table #MyTempTable

I hope this will help. Simple and Clear :)

Can't load IA 32-bit .dll on a AMD 64-bit platform

My windows laptop has both the clients 32 & 64 bit I started facing all of sudden then I reordered the path variable like below

Before:

C:\app\oracle64\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin;
C:\app\oracle32\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin;

After:

C:\app\oracle32\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin;
C:\app\oracle64\product\12.1.0\client_1\bin;

started working... Hope this helps everyone.

How do I get the "id" after INSERT into MySQL database with Python?

This might be just a requirement of PyMySql in Python, but I found that I had to name the exact table that I wanted the ID for:

In:

cnx = pymysql.connect(host='host',
                            database='db',
                            user='user',
                            password='pass')
cursor = cnx.cursor()
update_batch = """insert into batch set type = "%s" , records = %i, started = NOW(); """
second_query = (update_batch % ( "Batch 1", 22  ))
cursor.execute(second_query)
cnx.commit()
batch_id = cursor.execute('select last_insert_id() from batch')
cursor.close()

batch_id

Out: 5
... or whatever the correct Batch_ID value actually is

Android ListView with Checkbox and all clickable

holder.checkbox.setTag(row_id);

and

holder.checkbox.setOnClickListener( new OnClickListener() {

                @Override
                public void onClick(View v) {
                    CheckBox c = (CheckBox) v;

                    int row_id = (Integer) v.getTag();

                    checkboxes.put(row_id, c.isChecked());


                }
        });

How to handle calendar TimeZones using Java?

It looks like your TimeStamp is being set to the timezone of the originating system.

This is deprecated, but it should work:

cal.setTimeInMillis(ts_.getTime() - ts_.getTimezoneOffset());

The non-deprecated way is to use

Calendar.get(Calendar.ZONE_OFFSET) + Calendar.get(Calendar.DST_OFFSET)) / (60 * 1000)

but that would need to be done on the client side, since that system knows what timezone it is in.

What is the difference between null and System.DBNull.Value?

DBNull.Value is what the .NET Database providers return to represent a null entry in the database. DBNull.Value is not null and comparissons to null for column values retrieved from a database row will not work, you should always compare to DBNull.Value.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.dbnull.value.aspx

Mod in Java produces negative numbers

if b > 0:
    int mod = (mod = a % b) < 0 ? a + b : a;

Doesn't use the % operator twice.

Convert stdClass object to array in PHP

if you have an array and array element is stdClass item then this is the solution:

foreach($post_id as $key=>$item){
    $post_id[$key] = (array)$item;
}

now the stdClass has been replaced with an array inside the array as new array element

Bring element to front using CSS

Note: z-index only works on positioned elements (position:absolute, position:relative, or position:fixed). Use one of those.

OpenCV NoneType object has no attribute shape

You probably get the error because your video path may be wrong in a way. Be sure your path is completely correct.

What exactly is Python's file.flush() doing?

There's typically two levels of buffering involved:

  1. Internal buffers
  2. Operating system buffers

The internal buffers are buffers created by the runtime/library/language that you're programming against and is meant to speed things up by avoiding system calls for every write. Instead, when you write to a file object, you write into its buffer, and whenever the buffer fills up, the data is written to the actual file using system calls.

However, due to the operating system buffers, this might not mean that the data is written to disk. It may just mean that the data is copied from the buffers maintained by your runtime into the buffers maintained by the operating system.

If you write something, and it ends up in the buffer (only), and the power is cut to your machine, that data is not on disk when the machine turns off.

So, in order to help with that you have the flush and fsync methods, on their respective objects.

The first, flush, will simply write out any data that lingers in a program buffer to the actual file. Typically this means that the data will be copied from the program buffer to the operating system buffer.

Specifically what this means is that if another process has that same file open for reading, it will be able to access the data you just flushed to the file. However, it does not necessarily mean it has been "permanently" stored on disk.

To do that, you need to call the os.fsync method which ensures all operating system buffers are synchronized with the storage devices they're for, in other words, that method will copy data from the operating system buffers to the disk.

Typically you don't need to bother with either method, but if you're in a scenario where paranoia about what actually ends up on disk is a good thing, you should make both calls as instructed.


Addendum in 2018.

Note that disks with cache mechanisms is now much more common than back in 2013, so now there are even more levels of caching and buffers involved. I assume these buffers will be handled by the sync/flush calls as well, but I don't really know.

How to Compare a long value is equal to Long value

I will share that How do I do it since Java 7 -

Long first = 12345L, second = 123L;
System.out.println(first.equals(second));

output returned : false

and second example of match is -

Long first = 12345L, second = 12345L;
System.out.println(first.equals(second));

output returned : true

So, I believe in equals method for comparing Object's value, Hope it helps you, thanks.

How to make an AlertDialog in Flutter?

Here is a shorter, but complete code.

If you need a dialog with only one button:

await showDialog(
      context: context,
      builder: (context) => new AlertDialog(
        title: new Text('Message'),
        content: Text(
                'Your file is saved.'),
        actions: <Widget>[
          new FlatButton(
            onPressed: () {
              Navigator.of(context, rootNavigator: true)
                  .pop(); // dismisses only the dialog and returns nothing
            },
            child: new Text('OK'),
          ),
        ],
      ),
    );

If you need a dialog with Yes/No buttons:

onPressed: () async {
bool result = await showDialog(
  context: context,
  builder: (context) {
    return AlertDialog(
      title: Text('Confirmation'),
      content: Text('Do you want to save?'),
      actions: <Widget>[
        new FlatButton(
          onPressed: () {
            Navigator.of(context, rootNavigator: true)
                .pop(false); // dismisses only the dialog and returns false
          },
          child: Text('No'),
        ),
        FlatButton(
          onPressed: () {
            Navigator.of(context, rootNavigator: true)
                .pop(true); // dismisses only the dialog and returns true
          },
          child: Text('Yes'),
        ),
      ],
    );
  },
);

if (result) {
  if (missingvalue) {
    Scaffold.of(context).showSnackBar(new SnackBar(
      content: new Text('Missing Value'),
    ));
  } else {
    saveObject();
    Navigator.of(context).pop(_myObject); // dismisses the entire widget
  }
} else {
  Navigator.of(context).pop(_myObject); // dismisses the entire widget
}
}

CSS: image link, change on hover

 <a href="http://twitter.com/me" class="twitterbird" title="Twitter link"></a>

use a class for the link itself and forget the div

.twitterbird {
 margin-bottom: 10px;
 width: 160px;
 height:160px;
 display:block;
 background:transparent url('twitterbird.png') center top no-repeat;
}

.twitterbird:hover {
   background-image: url('twitterbird_hover.png');
}

Plot two graphs in same plot in R

we can also use lattice library

library(lattice)
x <- seq(-2,2,0.05)
y1 <- pnorm(x)
y2 <- pnorm(x,1,1)
xyplot(y1 + y2 ~ x, ylab = "y1 and y2", type = "l", auto.key = list(points = FALSE,lines = TRUE))

For specific colors

xyplot(y1 + y2 ~ x,ylab = "y1 and y2", type = "l", auto.key = list(points = F,lines = T), par.settings = list(superpose.line = list(col = c("red","green"))))

enter image description here

Python: OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ''

Have you noticed that you don't get the error if you run

python ./script.py

instead of

python script.py

This is because sys.argv[0] will read ./script.py in the former case, which gives os.path.dirname something to work with. When you don't specify a path, sys.argv[0] reads simply script.py, and os.path.dirname cannot determine a path.

How do you performance test JavaScript code?

We can always measure time taken by any function by simple date object.

var start = +new Date();  // log start timestamp
function1();
var end =  +new Date();  // log end timestamp
var diff = end - start;

What is move semantics?

You know what a copy semantics means right? it means you have types which are copyable, for user-defined types you define this either buy explicitly writing a copy constructor & assignment operator or the compiler generates them implicitly. This will do a copy.

Move semantics is basically a user-defined type with constructor that takes an r-value reference (new type of reference using && (yes two ampersands)) which is non-const, this is called a move constructor, same goes for assignment operator. So what does a move constructor do, well instead of copying memory from it's source argument it 'moves' memory from the source to the destination.

When would you want to do that? well std::vector is an example, say you created a temporary std::vector and you return it from a function say:

std::vector<foo> get_foos();

You're going to have overhead from the copy constructor when the function returns, if (and it will in C++0x) std::vector has a move constructor instead of copying it can just set it's pointers and 'move' dynamically allocated memory to the new instance. It's kind of like transfer-of-ownership semantics with std::auto_ptr.

How do I auto-submit an upload form when a file is selected?

If you already using jQuery simple:

<input type="file" onChange="$(this).closest('form').submit()"/>

Run a Docker image as a container

I had the same problem. I ran my Docker image, and it created a container with a specific CONTAINER_ID. I wanted to work with the same container:

First run your Docker image:

docker run -it -p 8888:8888 -p 6006:6006 -v ~/:/host waleedka/modern-deep-learning

Then list all the containers you have made:

sudo docker ps -a

And select the container you want to work with (mine is 167ddd6d7f15):

sudo docker start -ai 167ddd6d7f15

Can you get the column names from a SqlDataReader?

You sure can.


protected void GetColumNames_DataReader()
{
  System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection SqlCon = new System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection("server=localhost;database=northwind;trusted_connection=true");
  System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand SqlCmd = new System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM Products", SqlCon);

  SqlCon.Open();

  System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataReader SqlReader = SqlCmd.ExecuteReader();
  System.Int32 _columncount = SqlReader.FieldCount;

  System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write("SqlDataReader Columns");
  System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write(" ");

  for ( System.Int32 iCol = 0; iCol < _columncount; iCol ++ )
  {
    System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write("Column " + iCol.ToString() + ": ");
    System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write(SqlReader.GetName( iCol ).ToString());
    System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response.Write(" ");
  }

}

This is originally from: http://www.dotnetjunkies.ddj.com/Article/B82A22D1-8437-4C7A-B6AA-C6C9BE9DB8A6.dcik

What is the `zero` value for time.Time in Go?

You should use the Time.IsZero() function instead:

func (Time) IsZero

func (t Time) IsZero() bool
IsZero reports whether t represents the zero time instant, January 1, year 1, 00:00:00 UTC.

get next and previous day with PHP

always make sure to have set your default timezone

date_default_timezone_set('Europe/Berlin');

create DateTime instance, holding the current datetime

$datetime = new DateTime();

create one day interval

$interval = new DateInterval('P1D');

modify the DateTime instance

$datetime->sub($interval);

display the result, or print_r($datetime); for more insight

echo $datetime->format('Y-m-d');

TIP:

If you don't want to change the default timezone, use the DateTimeZone class instead.

$myTimezone = new DateTimeZone('Europe/Berlin');
$datetime->setTimezone($myTimezone); 

or just include it inside the constructor in this form new DateTime("now", $myTimezone);

How to submit a form using Enter key in react.js?

I've built up on @user1032613's answer and on this answer and created a "on press enter click element with querystring" hook. enjoy!

const { useEffect } = require("react");

const useEnterKeyListener = ({ querySelectorToExecuteClick }) => {
    useEffect(() => {
        //https://stackoverflow.com/a/59147255/828184
        const listener = (event) => {
            if (event.code === "Enter" || event.code === "NumpadEnter") {
                handlePressEnter();
            }
        };

        document.addEventListener("keydown", listener);

        return () => {
            document.removeEventListener("keydown", listener);
        };
    }, []);

    const handlePressEnter = () => {
        //https://stackoverflow.com/a/54316368/828184
        const mouseClickEvents = ["mousedown", "click", "mouseup"];
        function simulateMouseClick(element) {
            mouseClickEvents.forEach((mouseEventType) =>
                element.dispatchEvent(
                    new MouseEvent(mouseEventType, {
                        view: window,
                        bubbles: true,
                        cancelable: true,
                        buttons: 1,
                    })
                )
            );
        }

        var element = document.querySelector(querySelectorToExecuteClick);
        simulateMouseClick(element);
    };
};

export default useEnterKeyListener;

This is how you use it:

useEnterKeyListener({
    querySelectorToExecuteClick: "#submitButton",
});

https://codesandbox.io/s/useenterkeylistener-fxyvl?file=/src/App.js:399-407

python location on mac osx

i found it here: /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.6/bin

How to extract code of .apk file which is not working?

step 1:

enter image description hereDownload dex2jar here. Create a java project and paste (dex2jar-0.0.7.11-SNAPSHOT/lib ) jar files .

Copy apk file into java project

Run it and after refresh the project ,you get jar file .Using java decompiler you can view all java class files

step 2: Download java decompiler here

Maven compile with multiple src directories

This worked for me

<build>
    <sourceDirectory>.</sourceDirectory>
    <plugins>
        <plugin>
        <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
        <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId>
        <configuration>
        <includes>
            <include>src/main/java/**/*.java</include>
            <include>src/main2/java/**/*.java</include>
        </includes>
        </configuration>
        </plugin>
    </plugins>
</build>

How to solve "Fatal error: Class 'MySQLi' not found"?

If you are on Ubuntu, run:

 sudo apt-get install php-mysqlnd

How do I use cx_freeze?

I ran into a similar issue. I solved it by setting the Executable options in a variable and then simply calling the variable. Below is a sample setup.py that I use:

from cx_Freeze import setup, Executable
import sys

productName = "ProductName"
if 'bdist_msi' in sys.argv:
    sys.argv += ['--initial-target-dir', 'C:\InstallDir\\' + productName]
    sys.argv += ['--install-script', 'install.py']

exe = Executable(
      script="main.py",
      base="Win32GUI",
      targetName="Product.exe"
     )
setup(
      name="Product.exe",
      version="1.0",
      author="Me",
      description="Copyright 2012",
      executables=[exe],
      scripts=[
               'install.py'
               ]
      ) 

How to update UI from another thread running in another class

You're right that you should use the Dispatcher to update controls on the UI thread, and also right that long-running processes should not run on the UI thread. Even if you run the long-running process asynchronously on the UI thread, it can still cause performance issues.

It should be noted that Dispatcher.CurrentDispatcher will return the dispatcher for the current thread, not necessarily the UI thread. I think you can use Application.Current.Dispatcher to get a reference to the UI thread's dispatcher if that's available to you, but if not you'll have to pass the UI dispatcher in to your background thread.

Typically I use the Task Parallel Library for threading operations instead of a BackgroundWorker. I just find it easier to use.

For example,

Task.Factory.StartNew(() => 
    SomeObject.RunLongProcess(someDataObject));

where

void RunLongProcess(SomeViewModel someDataObject)
{
    for (int i = 0; i <= 1000; i++)
    {
        Thread.Sleep(10);

        // Update every 10 executions
        if (i % 10 == 0)
        {
            // Send message to UI thread
            Application.Current.Dispatcher.BeginInvoke(
                DispatcherPriority.Normal,
                (Action)(() => someDataObject.ProgressValue = (i / 1000)));
        }
    }
}

Eclipse: How do I add the javax.servlet package to a project?

When you define a server in server view, then it will create you a server runtime library with server libs (including servlet api), that can be assigned to your project. However, then everybody that uses your project, need to create the same type of runtime in his/her eclipse workspace even for compiling.

If you directly download the servlet api jar, than it could lead to problems, since it will be included into the artifacts of your projects, but will be also present in servlet container.

In Maven it is much nicer, since you can define the servlet api interfaces as a "provided" dependency, that means it is present in the "to be production" environment.

How to disable textbox from editing?

The TextBox has a property called ReadOnly. If you set that property to true then the TextBox will still be able to scroll but the user wont be able to change the value.

How to tell CRAN to install package dependencies automatically?

Another possibility is to select the Install Dependencies checkbox In the R package installer, on the bottom right:

enter image description here

Python setup.py develop vs install

Another thing that people may find useful when using the develop method is the --user option to install without sudo. Ex:

python setup.py develop --user

instead of

sudo python setup.py develop

Apache 2.4.3 (with XAMPP 1.8.1) not starting in windows 8

Enter services.msc and shutdown anything SQL you have running. The SQL server might be taking over the port.

How to install PIP on Python 3.6?

pip is bundled with Python > 3.4

On Unix-like systems use:

python3.6 -m pip install [Package_to_install]

On a Windows system use:

py -m pip install [Package_to_install]

(On Windows you may need to run the command prompt as administrator to be able to write into python installation directory)

com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.MySQLNonTransientConnectionException: No operations allowed after connection closed

Please make sure you are using latest jdbc connector as per the mysql. I was facing this problem and when I replaced my old jdbc connector with the latest one, the problem was solved.

You can download latest jdbc driver from https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/j/

Select Operating System as Platform Independent. It will show you two options. One as tar and one as zip. Download the zip and extract it to get the jar file and replace it with your old connector.

This is not only for hibernate framework, it can be used with any platform which requires a jdbc connector.

Getting list of Facebook friends with latest API

header('Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8');

input in your page.

Is it possible to make input fields read-only through CSS?

Why not hide the input element and replace it with a label element with the same content?

I puzzled over how the React TODOMVC app accomplished this same thing and this is the strategy they came up with.

To see it in action, check out the app below, and watch the CSS properties of the TODO items when you double click them and then click away.

http://todomvc.com/examples/react-backbone/#/

When you render the page you can have either an editable input, or a non-editable label with display:none; depending on your media query.

How to check whether the user uploaded a file in PHP?

I checked your code and think you should try this:

if(!file_exists($_FILES['fileupload']['tmp_name']) || !is_uploaded_file($_FILES['fileupload']['tmp_name'])) 
    {
        echo 'No upload';
    }   
    else
        echo 'upload';

What are the differences between json and simplejson Python modules?

json is simplejson, added to the stdlib. But since json was added in 2.6, simplejson has the advantage of working on more Python versions (2.4+).

simplejson is also updated more frequently than Python, so if you need (or want) the latest version, it's best to use simplejson itself, if possible.

A good practice, in my opinion, is to use one or the other as a fallback.

try:
    import simplejson as json
except ImportError:
    import json

Android: textview hyperlink

Very simple way to do this---

In your Activity--

 TextView tv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.site);
 tv.setText(Html.fromHtml("<a href=http://www.stackoverflow.com> STACK OVERFLOW "));
 tv.setMovementMethod(LinkMovementMethod.getInstance());

Then you will get just the Tag, not the whole link..

Hope it will help you...

What is (x & 1) and (x >>= 1)?

(n & 1) will check if 'n' is odd or even, this is similar to (n%2).

  1. In case 'n' is odd (n & 1) will return true/1;

  2. Else it will return back false/0;


The '>>' in (n>>=1) is a bitwise operator called "Right shift", this operator will modify the value of 'n', the formula is:

(n >>= m) => (n = n>>m) => (n = n/2^m)

Go through GeeksforGeek's article on "Bitwise Operator's", recommended!

Why maven? What are the benefits?

Figuring out package dependencies is really not that hard. You rarely do it anyway. Probably once during project setup and few more during upgrades. With maven you'll end up fixing mismatched dependencies, badly written poms, and doing package exclusions anyway.

Not that hard... for toy projects. But the projects I work on have many, really many, of them, and I'm very glad to get them transitively, to have a standardized naming scheme for them. Managing all this manually by hand would be a nightmare.

And yes, sometimes you have to work on the convergence of dependencies. But think about it twice, this is not inherent to Maven, this is inherent to any system using dependencies (and I am talking about Java dependencies in general here).

So with Ant, you have to do the same work except that you have to do everything manually: grabbing some version of project A and its dependencies, grabbing some version of project B and its dependencies, figuring out yourself what exact versions they use, checking that they don't overlap, checking that they are not incompatible, etc. Welcome to hell.

On the other hand, Maven supports dependency management and will retrieve them transitively for me and gives me the tooling I need to manage the complexity inherent to dependency management: I can analyze a dependency tree, control the versions used in transitive dependencies, exclude some of them if required, control the converge across modules, etc. There is no magic. But at least you have support.

And don't forget that dependency management is only a small part of what Maven offers, there is much more (not even mentioning the other tools that integrates nicely with Maven, e.g. Sonar).

Slow FIX-COMPILE-DEPLOY-DEBUG cycle, which kills productivity. This is my main gripe. You make a change, the you have to wait for maven build to kick in and wait for it to deploy. No hot deployment whatsoever.

First, why do you use Maven like this? I don't. I use my IDE to write tests, code until they pass, refactor, deploy, hot deploy and run a local Maven build when I'm done, before to commit, to make sure I will not break the continuous build.

Second, I'm not sure using Ant would make things much better. And to my experience, modular Maven builds using binary dependencies gives me faster build time than typical monolithic Ant builds. Anyway, have a look at Maven Shell for a ready to (re)use Maven environment (which is awesome by the way).

So at end, and I'm sorry to say so, it's not really Maven that is killing your productivity, it's you misusing your tools. And if you're not happy with it, well, what can I say, don't use it. Personally, I'm using Maven since 2003 and I never looked back.

How do you decompile a swf file

Usually 'lost' is a euphemism for "We stopped paying the developer and now he wont give us the source code."

That being said, I own a copy of Burak's ActionScript Viewer, and it works pretty well. A simple google search will find you many other SWF decompilers.

Jest spyOn function called

In your test code your are trying to pass App to the spyOn function, but spyOn will only work with objects, not classes. Generally you need to use one of two approaches here:

1) Where the click handler calls a function passed as a prop, e.g.

class App extends Component {

  myClickFunc = () => {
      console.log('clickity clickcty');
      this.props.someCallback();
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <div className="App">
        <div className="App-header">
          <img src={logo} className="App-logo" alt="logo" />
          <h2>Welcome to React</h2>
        </div>
        <p className="App-intro" onClick={this.myClickFunc}>
          To get started, edit <code>src/App.js</code> and save to reload.
        </p>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

You can now pass in a spy function as a prop to the component, and assert that it is called:

describe('my sweet test', () => {
 it('clicks it', () => {
    const spy = jest.fn();
    const app = shallow(<App someCallback={spy} />)
    const p = app.find('.App-intro')
    p.simulate('click')
    expect(spy).toHaveBeenCalled()
 })
})

2) Where the click handler sets some state on the component, e.g.

class App extends Component {
  state = {
      aProperty: 'first'
  }

  myClickFunc = () => {
      console.log('clickity clickcty');
      this.setState({
          aProperty: 'second'
      });
  }
  render() {
    return (
      <div className="App">
        <div className="App-header">
          <img src={logo} className="App-logo" alt="logo" />
          <h2>Welcome to React</h2>
        </div>
        <p className="App-intro" onClick={this.myClickFunc}>
          To get started, edit <code>src/App.js</code> and save to reload.
        </p>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

You can now make assertions about the state of the component, i.e.

describe('my sweet test', () => {
 it('clicks it', () => {
    const app = shallow(<App />)
    const p = app.find('.App-intro')
    p.simulate('click')
    expect(app.state('aProperty')).toEqual('second');
 })
})

jQuery document.createElement equivalent?

Simply supplying the HTML of elements you want to add to a jQuery constructor $() will return a jQuery object from newly built HTML, suitable for being appended into the DOM using jQuery's append() method.

For example:

var t = $("<table cellspacing='0' class='text'></table>");
$.append(t);

You could then populate this table programmatically, if you wished.

This gives you the ability to specify any arbitrary HTML you like, including class names or other attributes, which you might find more concise than using createElement and then setting attributes like cellSpacing and className via JS.

How does the Python's range function work?

When I'm teaching someone programming (just about any language) I introduce for loops with terminology similar to this code example:

for eachItem in someList:
    doSomething(eachItem)

... which, conveniently enough, is syntactically valid Python code.

The Python range() function simply returns or generates a list of integers from some lower bound (zero, by default) up to (but not including) some upper bound, possibly in increments (steps) of some other number (one, by default).

So range(5) returns (or possibly generates) a sequence: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 (up to but not including the upper bound).

A call to range(2,10) would return: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

A call to range(2,12,3) would return: 2, 5, 8, 11

Notice that I said, a couple times, that Python's range() function returns or generates a sequence. This is a relatively advanced distinction which usually won't be an issue for a novice. In older versions of Python range() built a list (allocated memory for it and populated with with values) and returned a reference to that list. This could be inefficient for large ranges which might consume quite a bit of memory and for some situations where you might want to iterate over some potentially large range of numbers but were likely to "break" out of the loop early (after finding some particular item in which you were interested, for example).

Python supports more efficient ways of implementing the same semantics (of doing the same thing) through a programming construct called a generator. Instead of allocating and populating the entire list and return it as a static data structure, Python can instantiate an object with the requisite information (upper and lower bounds and step/increment value) ... and return a reference to that.

The (code) object then keeps track of which number it returned most recently and computes the new values until it hits the upper bound (and which point it signals the end of the sequence to the caller using an exception called "StopIteration"). This technique (computing values dynamically rather than all at once, up-front) is referred to as "lazy evaluation."

Other constructs in the language (such as those underlying the for loop) can then work with that object (iterate through it) as though it were a list.

For most cases you don't have to know whether your version of Python is using the old implementation of range() or the newer one based on generators. You can just use it and be happy.

If you're working with ranges of millions of items, or creating thousands of different ranges of thousands each, then you might notice a performance penalty for using range() on an old version of Python. In such cases you could re-think your design and use while loops, or create objects which implement the "lazy evaluation" semantics of a generator, or use the xrange() version of range() if your version of Python includes it, or the range() function from a version of Python that uses the generators implicitly.

Concepts such as generators, and more general forms of lazy evaluation, permeate Python programming as you go beyond the basics. They are usually things you don't have to know for simple programming tasks but which become significant as you try to work with larger data sets or within tighter constraints (time/performance or memory bounds, for example).

[Update: for Python3 (the currently maintained versions of Python) the range() function always returns the dynamic, "lazy evaluation" iterator; the older versions of Python (2.x) which returned a statically allocated list of integers are now officially obsolete (after years of having been deprecated)].

Library not loaded: libmysqlclient.16.dylib error when trying to run 'rails server' on OS X 10.6 with mysql2 gem

If you're using OSX and installed mysql using brew, you can:

brew link mysql

If you're having trouble with the version (I had mysql 5.7 running while my gem required 5.6.25), you can

brew unlink mysql
brew switch mysql 5.6.25

Named capturing groups in JavaScript regex?

While you can't do this with vanilla JavaScript, maybe you can use some Array.prototype function like Array.prototype.reduce to turn indexed matches into named ones using some magic.

Obviously, the following solution will need that matches occur in order:

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_x000D_
// @text Contains the text to match_x000D_
// @regex A regular expression object (f.e. /.+/)_x000D_
// @matchNames An array of literal strings where each item_x000D_
//             is the name of each group_x000D_
function namedRegexMatch(text, regex, matchNames) {_x000D_
  var matches = regex.exec(text);_x000D_
_x000D_
  return matches.reduce(function(result, match, index) {_x000D_
    if (index > 0)_x000D_
      // This substraction is required because we count _x000D_
      // match indexes from 1, because 0 is the entire matched string_x000D_
      result[matchNames[index - 1]] = match;_x000D_
_x000D_
    return result;_x000D_
  }, {});_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
var myString = "Hello Alex, I am John";_x000D_
_x000D_
var namedMatches = namedRegexMatch(_x000D_
  myString,_x000D_
  /Hello ([a-z]+), I am ([a-z]+)/i, _x000D_
  ["firstPersonName", "secondPersonName"]_x000D_
);_x000D_
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alert(JSON.stringify(namedMatches));
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how to generate public key from windows command prompt

Humm, what? ssh is not something built in to Windows like in most *nix cases.

You'd probably want to use Putty to begin with. And: http://kb.siteground.com/how_to_generate_an_ssh_key_on_windows_using_putty/

How to select the first element of a set with JSTL?

Since i have have just one element in my Set the order is not important So I can access to the first element like this :

${ attachments.iterator().next().id }

Export specific rows from a PostgreSQL table as INSERT SQL script

I tried to write a procedure doing that, based on @PhilHibbs codes, on a different way. Please have a look and test.

 CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION dump(IN p_schema text, IN p_table text, IN p_where text)
   RETURNS setof text AS
 $BODY$
 DECLARE
     dumpquery_0 text;
     dumpquery_1 text;
     selquery text;
     selvalue text;
     valrec record;
     colrec record;
 BEGIN

     -- ------ --
     -- GLOBAL --
     --   build base INSERT
     --   build SELECT array[ ... ]
     dumpquery_0 := 'INSERT INTO ' ||  quote_ident(p_schema) || '.' || quote_ident(p_table) || '(';
     selquery    := 'SELECT array[';

     <<label0>>
     FOR colrec IN SELECT table_schema, table_name, column_name, data_type
                   FROM information_schema.columns
                   WHERE table_name = p_table and table_schema = p_schema
                   ORDER BY ordinal_position
     LOOP
         dumpquery_0 := dumpquery_0 || quote_ident(colrec.column_name) || ',';
         selquery    := selquery    || 'CAST(' || quote_ident(colrec.column_name) || ' AS TEXT),';
     END LOOP label0;

     dumpquery_0 := substring(dumpquery_0 ,1,length(dumpquery_0)-1) || ')';
     dumpquery_0 := dumpquery_0 || ' VALUES (';
     selquery    := substring(selquery    ,1,length(selquery)-1)    || '] AS MYARRAY';
     selquery    := selquery    || ' FROM ' ||quote_ident(p_schema)||'.'||quote_ident(p_table);
     selquery    := selquery    || ' WHERE '||p_where;
     -- GLOBAL --
     -- ------ --

     -- ----------- --
     -- SELECT LOOP --
     --   execute SELECT built and loop on each row
     <<label1>>
     FOR valrec IN  EXECUTE  selquery
     LOOP
         dumpquery_1 := '';
         IF not found THEN
             EXIT ;
         END IF;

         -- ----------- --
         -- LOOP ARRAY (EACH FIELDS) --
         <<label2>>
         FOREACH selvalue in ARRAY valrec.MYARRAY
         LOOP
             IF selvalue IS NULL
             THEN selvalue := 'NULL';
             ELSE selvalue := quote_literal(selvalue);
             END IF;
             dumpquery_1 := dumpquery_1 || selvalue || ',';
         END LOOP label2;
         dumpquery_1 := substring(dumpquery_1 ,1,length(dumpquery_1)-1) || ');';
         -- LOOP ARRAY (EACH FIELD) --
         -- ----------- --

         -- debug: RETURN NEXT dumpquery_0 || dumpquery_1 || ' --' || selquery;
         -- debug: RETURN NEXT selquery;
         RETURN NEXT dumpquery_0 || dumpquery_1;

     END LOOP label1 ;
     -- SELECT LOOP --
     -- ----------- --

 RETURN ;
 END
 $BODY$
   LANGUAGE plpgsql VOLATILE;

And then :

-- for a range
SELECT dump('public', 'my_table','my_id between 123456 and 123459'); 
-- for the entire table
SELECT dump('public', 'my_table','true');

tested on my postgres 9.1, with a table with mixed field datatype (text, double, int,timestamp without time zone, etc).

That's why the CAST in TEXT type is needed. My test run correctly for about 9M lines, looks like it fail just before 18 minutes of running.

ps : I found an equivalent for mysql on the WEB.

How to test which port MySQL is running on and whether it can be connected to?

To find a listener on a port, do this:

netstat -tln

You should see a line that looks like this if mysql is indeed listening on that port.

tcp        0      0 127.0.0.1:3306              0.0.0.0:*                   LISTEN      

Port 3306 is MySql's default port.

To connect, you just have to use whatever client you require, such as the basic mysql client.

mysql -h localhost -u user database

Or a url that is interpreted by your library code.

How to give credentials in a batch script that copies files to a network location?

Try using the net use command in your script to map the share first, because you can provide it credentials. Then, your copy command should use those credentials.

net use \\<network-location>\<some-share> password /USER:username

Don't leave a trailing \ at the end of the

PHP new line break in emails

Are you building this string using single or double quotes? \r and \n only work with double quotes, as well as embedded variables. For example:

$foo = 'bar';
echo 'Hello \n $foo!';

will output:

Hello \n $foo!

But:

$foo = 'bar';
echo "Hello \n $foo!";

will output:

Hello
bar!

How to update Android Studio automatically?

Yes you are right. There is no built in mechanism for automatically updation of Android Studio. You have to manually download it and configure it.

Countdown timer using Moment js

Although I'm sure this won't be accepted as the answer to this very old question, I came here looking for a way to do this and this is how I solved the problem.

I created a demonstration here at codepen.io.

The Html:

<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.13.0/moment.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="https://cdn.rawgit.com/mckamey/countdownjs/master/countdown.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.0.0.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<div>
  The time is now: <span class="now"></span>, a timer will go off <span class="duration"></span> at <span class="then"></span>
</div>
<div class="difference">The timer is set to go off <span></span></div>
<div class="countdown"></div>

The Javascript:

var now = moment(); // new Date().getTime();
var then = moment().add(60, 'seconds'); // new Date(now + 60 * 1000);

$(".now").text(moment(now).format('h:mm:ss a'));
$(".then").text(moment(then).format('h:mm:ss a'));
$(".duration").text(moment(now).to(then));
(function timerLoop() {
  $(".difference > span").text(moment().to(then));
  $(".countdown").text(countdown(then).toString());
  requestAnimationFrame(timerLoop);
})();

Output:

The time is now: 5:29:35 pm, a timer will go off in a minute at 5:30:35 pm
The timer is set to go off in a minute
1 minute

Note: 2nd line above updates as per momentjs and 3rd line above updates as per countdownjs and all of this is animated at about ~60FPS because of requestAnimationFrame()


Code Snippet:

Alternatively you can just look at this code snippet:

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var now = moment(); // new Date().getTime();_x000D_
var then = moment().add(60, 'seconds'); // new Date(now + 60 * 1000);_x000D_
_x000D_
$(".now").text(moment(now).format('h:mm:ss a'));_x000D_
$(".then").text(moment(then).format('h:mm:ss a'));_x000D_
$(".duration").text(moment(now).to(then));_x000D_
(function timerLoop() {_x000D_
  $(".difference > span").text(moment().to(then));_x000D_
  $(".countdown").text(countdown(then).toString());_x000D_
  requestAnimationFrame(timerLoop);_x000D_
})();_x000D_
_x000D_
// CountdownJS: http://countdownjs.org/_x000D_
// Rawgit: http://rawgit.com/_x000D_
// MomentJS: http://momentjs.com/_x000D_
// jQuery: https://jquery.com/_x000D_
// Light reading about the requestAnimationFrame pattern:_x000D_
// http://www.paulirish.com/2011/requestanimationframe-for-smart-animating/_x000D_
// https://css-tricks.com/using-requestanimationframe/
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.13.0/moment.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://cdn.rawgit.com/mckamey/countdownjs/master/countdown.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.0.0.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  The time is now: <span class="now"></span>,_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  a timer will go off <span class="duration"></span> at <span class="then"></span>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="difference">The timer is set to go off <span></span></div>_x000D_
<div class="countdown"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Requirements:

Optional Requirements:

Additionally here is some light reading about the requestAnimationFrame() pattern:

I found the requestAnimationFrame() pattern to be much a more elegant solution than the setInterval() pattern.

What are some reasons for jquery .focus() not working?

I found that focus does not work when trying to get a focus on a text element (such as a notice div), but does work when focusing on input fields.

How can I convert an Integer to localized month name in Java?

Just inserting the line

DateFormatSymbols.getInstance().getMonths()[view.getMonth()] 

will do the trick.

What is duck typing?

Simple Explanation (without code)

Discussion of the semantics of the question is fairly nuanced (and very academic), but here's the general idea:

Duck Typing

(“If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck then it is a duck.”) - YES! but what does that mean??! This is best illustrated by example:

Examples of Duck Typing functionality:

Imagine I have a magic wand. It has special powers. If I wave the wand and say "Drive!" to a car, well then, it drives!

Does it work on other things? Not sure: so I try it on a truck. Wow - it drives too! I then try it on planes, trains and 1 Woods (they are a type of golf club which people use to 'drive' a golf ball). They all drive!

But would it work on say, a teacup? Error: KAAAA-BOOOOOOM! that didn't work out so good. ====> Teacups can't drive!! duh!?

This is basically the concept of duck typing. It's a try-before-you-buy system. If it works, all is well. But if it fails, like a grenade still in your hand, it's gonna blow up in your face.

In other words, we are interested in what the object can do, rather than with what the object is.

Example: statically typed languages

If we were concerned with what the object actually was, then our magic trick will work only on pre-set, authorised types - in this case cars, but will fail on other objects which can drive: trucks, mopeds, tuk-tuks etc. It won't work on trucks because our magic wand is expecting it to only work on cars.

In other words, in this scenario, the magic wand looks very closely at what the object is (is it a car?) rather than what the object can do (e.g. whether cars, trucks etc. can drive).

The only way you can get a truck to drive is if you can somehow get the magic wand to expect both trucks and cars (perhaps by "implementing a common interface"). If you don't know what that means then just ignore it for the moment.

Summary: Key take-out

What's important in duck typing is what the object can actually do, rather than what the object is.

Text editor to open big (giant, huge, large) text files

Tips and tricks

less

Why are you using editors to just look at a (large) file?

Under *nix or Cygwin, just use less. (There is a famous saying – "less is more, more or less" – because "less" replaced the earlier Unix command "more", with the addition that you could scroll back up.) Searching and navigating under less is very similar to Vim, but there is no swap file and little RAM used.

There is a Win32 port of GNU less. See the "less" section of the answer above.

Perl

Perl is good for quick scripts, and its .. (range flip-flop) operator makes for a nice selection mechanism to limit the crud you have to wade through.

For example:

$ perl -n -e 'print if ( 1000000 .. 2000000)' humongo.txt | less

This will extract everything from line 1 million to line 2 million, and allow you to sift the output manually in less.

Another example:

$ perl -n -e 'print if ( /regex one/ .. /regex two/)' humongo.txt | less

This starts printing when the "regular expression one" finds something, and stops when the "regular expression two" find the end of an interesting block. It may find multiple blocks. Sift the output...

logparser

This is another useful tool you can use. To quote the Wikipedia article:

logparser is a flexible command line utility that was initially written by Gabriele Giuseppini, a Microsoft employee, to automate tests for IIS logging. It was intended for use with the Windows operating system, and was included with the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools. The default behavior of logparser works like a "data processing pipeline", by taking an SQL expression on the command line, and outputting the lines containing matches for the SQL expression.

Microsoft describes Logparser as a powerful, versatile tool that provides universal query access to text-based data such as log files, XML files and CSV files, as well as key data sources on the Windows operating system such as the Event Log, the Registry, the file system, and Active Directory. The results of the input query can be custom-formatted in text based output, or they can be persisted to more specialty targets like SQL, SYSLOG, or a chart.

Example usage:

C:\>logparser.exe -i:textline -o:tsv "select Index, Text from 'c:\path\to\file.log' where line > 1000 and line < 2000"
C:\>logparser.exe -i:textline -o:tsv "select Index, Text from 'c:\path\to\file.log' where line like '%pattern%'"

The relativity of sizes

100 MB isn't too big. 3 GB is getting kind of big. I used to work at a print & mail facility that created about 2% of U.S. first class mail. One of the systems for which I was the tech lead accounted for about 15+% of the pieces of mail. We had some big files to debug here and there.

And more...

Feel free to add more tools and information here. This answer is community wiki for a reason! We all need more advice on dealing with large amounts of data...

What exactly does a jar file contain?

JAR stands for Java ARchive. It's a file format based on the popular ZIP file format and is used for aggregating many files into one. Although JAR can be used as a general archiving tool, the primary motivation for its development was so that Java applets and their requisite components (.class files, images and sounds) can be downloaded to a browser in a single HTTP transaction, rather than opening a new connection for each piece. This greatly improves the speed with which an applet can be loaded onto a web page and begin functioning. The JAR format also supports compression, which reduces the size of the file and improves download time still further. Additionally, individual entries in a JAR file may be digitally signed by the applet author to authenticate their origin.

jquery how to get the page's current screen top position?

Use this to get the page scroll position.

var screenTop = $(document).scrollTop();

$('#content').css('top', screenTop);

Edit a text file on the console using Powershell

install vim from online, and then you can just do: vim "filename" to edit that file

Catch browser's "zoom" event in JavaScript

Although this is a 9 yr old question, the problem persists!

I have been detecting resize while excluding zoom in a project, so I edited my code to make it work to detect both resize and zoom exclusive from one another. It works most of the time, so if most is good enough for your project, then this should be helpful! It detects zooming 100% of the time in what I've tested so far. The only issue is that if the user gets crazy (ie. spastically resizing the window) or the window lags it may fire as a zoom instead of a window resize.

It works by detecting a change in window.outerWidth or window.outerHeight as window resizing while detecting a change in window.innerWidth or window.innerHeight independent from window resizing as a zoom.

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_x000D_
//init object to store window properties_x000D_
var windowSize = {_x000D_
  w: window.outerWidth,_x000D_
  h: window.outerHeight,_x000D_
  iw: window.innerWidth,_x000D_
  ih: window.innerHeight_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
window.addEventListener("resize", function() {_x000D_
  //if window resizes_x000D_
  if (window.outerWidth !== windowSize.w || window.outerHeight !== windowSize.h) {_x000D_
    windowSize.w = window.outerWidth; // update object with current window properties_x000D_
    windowSize.h = window.outerHeight;_x000D_
    windowSize.iw = window.innerWidth;_x000D_
    windowSize.ih = window.innerHeight;_x000D_
    console.log("you're resizing"); //output_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  //if the window doesn't resize but the content inside does by + or - 5%_x000D_
  else if (window.innerWidth + window.innerWidth * .05 < windowSize.iw ||_x000D_
    window.innerWidth - window.innerWidth * .05 > windowSize.iw) {_x000D_
    console.log("you're zooming")_x000D_
    windowSize.iw = window.innerWidth;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}, false);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Note: My solution is like KajMagnus's, but this has worked better for me.

how to set image from url for imageView

if you are making a RecyclerView and using an adapter, what worked for me was:

@Override
public void onBindViewHolder(ADAPTERVIEWHOLDER holder, int position) {
    MODEL model = LIST.get(position);
    holder.TEXTVIEW.setText(service.getTitle());
    holder.TEXTVIEW.setText(service.getDesc());

    Context context = holder.IMAGEVIEW.getContext();
    Picasso.with(context).load(model.getImage()).into(holder.IMAGEVIEW);
}

Node.js/Express.js App Only Works on Port 3000

Try this

$ PORT=8080 node app.js

WebForms UnobtrusiveValidationMode requires a ScriptResourceMapping for jquery

I think this is the best solution for this type error. So please add below line. Also it work my code when I am using MSVS 2015.

<configuration>
<appSettings>
<add key="ValidationSettings:UnobtrusiveValidationMode" value="None" />
</appSettings>
</configuration>

SQL - Select first 10 rows only?

Depends on your RDBMS

MS SQL Server

SELECT TOP 10 ...

MySQL

SELECT ... LIMIT 10

Sybase

SET ROWCOUNT 10
SELECT ...

Etc.

Check if instance is of a type

A little more compact than the other answers if you want to use c as a TForm:

if(c is TForm form){
    form.DoStuff();
}

How to generate a random integer number from within a range

unsigned int
randr(unsigned int min, unsigned int max)
{
       double scaled = (double)rand()/RAND_MAX;

       return (max - min +1)*scaled + min;
}

See here for other options.

Initializing IEnumerable<string> In C#

IEnumerable<T> is an interface. You need to initiate with a concrete type (that implements IEnumerable<T>). Example:

IEnumerable<string> m_oEnum = new List<string>() { "1", "2", "3"};

Passing arguments to an interactive program non-interactively

You can also use printf to pipe the input to your script.

var=val
printf "yes\nno\nmaybe\n$var\n" | ./your_script.sh

How to update an "array of objects" with Firestore?

Edit 08/13/2018: There is now support for native array operations in Cloud Firestore. See Doug's answer below.


There is currently no way to update a single array element (or add/remove a single element) in Cloud Firestore.

This code here:

firebase.firestore()
.collection('proprietary')
.doc(docID)
.set(
  { sharedWith: [{ who: "[email protected]", when: new Date() }] },
  { merge: true }
)

This says to set the document at proprietary/docID such that sharedWith = [{ who: "[email protected]", when: new Date() } but to not affect any existing document properties. It's very similar to the update() call you provided however the set() call with create the document if it does not exist while the update() call will fail.

So you have two options to achieve what you want.

Option 1 - Set the whole array

Call set() with the entire contents of the array, which will require reading the current data from the DB first. If you're concerned about concurrent updates you can do all of this in a transaction.

Option 2 - Use a subcollection

You could make sharedWith a subcollection of the main document. Then adding a single item would look like this:

firebase.firestore()
  .collection('proprietary')
  .doc(docID)
  .collection('sharedWith')
  .add({ who: "[email protected]", when: new Date() })

Of course this comes with new limitations. You would not be able to query documents based on who they are shared with, nor would you be able to get the doc and all of the sharedWith data in a single operation.

ASP.NET MVC JsonResult Date Format

I found that creating a new JsonResult and returning that is unsatisfactory - having to replace all calls to return Json(obj) with return new MyJsonResult { Data = obj } is a pain.


So I figured, why not just hijack the JsonResult using an ActionFilter:

public class JsonNetFilterAttribute : ActionFilterAttribute
{
    public override void OnActionExecuted(ActionExecutedContext filterContext)
    {
        if (filterContext.Result is JsonResult == false)
        {
            return;
        }

        filterContext.Result = new JsonNetResult(
            (JsonResult)filterContext.Result);
    }

    private class JsonNetResult : JsonResult
    {
        public JsonNetResult(JsonResult jsonResult)
        {
            this.ContentEncoding = jsonResult.ContentEncoding;
            this.ContentType = jsonResult.ContentType;
            this.Data = jsonResult.Data;
            this.JsonRequestBehavior = jsonResult.JsonRequestBehavior;
            this.MaxJsonLength = jsonResult.MaxJsonLength;
            this.RecursionLimit = jsonResult.RecursionLimit;
        }

        public override void ExecuteResult(ControllerContext context)
        {
            if (context == null)
            {
                throw new ArgumentNullException("context");
            }

            var isMethodGet = string.Equals(
                context.HttpContext.Request.HttpMethod, 
                "GET", 
                StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);

            if (this.JsonRequestBehavior == JsonRequestBehavior.DenyGet
                && isMethodGet)
            {
                throw new InvalidOperationException(
                    "GET not allowed! Change JsonRequestBehavior to AllowGet.");
            }

            var response = context.HttpContext.Response;

            response.ContentType = string.IsNullOrEmpty(this.ContentType) 
                ? "application/json" 
                : this.ContentType;

            if (this.ContentEncoding != null)
            {
                response.ContentEncoding = this.ContentEncoding;
            }

            if (this.Data != null)
            {
                response.Write(JsonConvert.SerializeObject(this.Data));
            }
        }
    }
}

This can be applied to any method returning a JsonResult to use JSON.Net instead:

[JsonNetFilter]
public ActionResult GetJson()
{
    return Json(new { hello = new Date(2015, 03, 09) }, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet)
}

which will respond with

{"hello":"2015-03-09T00:00:00+00:00"}

as desired!


You can, if you don't mind calling the is comparison at every request, add this to your FilterConfig:

// ...
filters.Add(new JsonNetFilterAttribute());

and all of your JSON will now be serialized with JSON.Net instead of the built-in JavaScriptSerializer.

Calling a Javascript Function from Console

An example of where the console will return ReferenceError is putting a function inside a JQuery document ready function

//this will fail
$(document).ready(function () {
          myFunction(alert('doing something!'));
          //other stuff
}

To succeed move the function outside the document ready function

//this will work
myFunction(alert('doing something!'));
$(document).ready(function () {

          //other stuff
}

Then in the console window, type the function name with the '()' to execute the function

myFunction()

Also of use is being able to print out the function body to remind yourself what the function does. Do this by leaving off the '()' from the function name

function myFunction(alert('doing something!'))

Of course if you need the function to be registered after the document is loaded then you couldn't do this. But you might be able to work around that.

Java method to swap primitives

I might do something like the following. Of course, with the wealth of Collection classes, i can't imagine ever needing to use this in any practical code.

public class Shift {
  public static <T> T[] left (final T... i) {
    if (1 >= i.length) {
      return i;
    }
    final T t = i[0];
    int x = 0;
    for (; x < i.length - 1; x++) {
      i[x] = i[x + 1];
    }
    i[x] = t;
    return i;
  }
}

Called with two arguments, it's a swap.

It can be used as follows:

int x = 1;
int y = 2;
Integer[] yx = Shift.left(x,y);

Alternatively:

Integer[] yx = {x,y};
Shift.left(yx);

Then

x = yx[0];
y = yx[1];

Note: it auto-boxes primitives.

Table column sizing

As of Alpha 6 you can create the following sass file:

@each $breakpoint in map-keys($grid-breakpoints) {
  $infix: breakpoint-infix($breakpoint, $grid-breakpoints);

  col, td, th {
    @for $i from 1 through $grid-columns {
        &.col#{$infix}-#{$i} {
          flex: none;
          position: initial;
        }
    }

    @include media-breakpoint-up($breakpoint, $grid-breakpoints) {
      @for $i from 1 through $grid-columns {
        &.col#{$infix}-#{$i} {
          width: 100% / $grid-columns * $i;
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

Selecting data frame rows based on partial string match in a column

Another option would be to simply use grepl function:

df[grepl('er', df$name), ]
CO2[grepl('non', CO2$Treatment), ]

df <- data.frame(name = c('bob','robert','peter'),
                 id = c(1,2,3)
                 )

# name id
# 2 robert  2
# 3  peter  3

How do I retrieve query parameters in Spring Boot?

To accept both @PathVariable and @RequestParam in the same /user endpoint:

@GetMapping(path = {"/user", "/user/{data}"})
public void user(@PathVariable(required=false,name="data") String data,
                 @RequestParam(required=false) Map<String,String> qparams) {
    qparams.forEach((a,b) -> {
        System.out.println(String.format("%s -> %s",a,b));
    }
  
    if (data != null) {
        System.out.println(data);
    }
}

Testing with curl:

  • curl 'http://localhost:8080/user/books'
  • curl 'http://localhost:8080/user?book=ofdreams&name=nietzsche'

How to get changes from another branch

git fetch origin our-team

or

git pull origin our-team

but first you should make sure that you already on the branch you want to update to (featurex).

JavaScript equivalent of PHP's in_array()

There is now Array.prototype.includes:

The includes() method determines whether an array includes a certain element, returning true or false as appropriate.

var a = [1, 2, 3];
a.includes(2); // true 
a.includes(4); // false

Syntax

arr.includes(searchElement)
arr.includes(searchElement, fromIndex)

Is there an addHeaderView equivalent for RecyclerView?

If you want the header to be easily reused across multiple lists, take a look at the version 1.2.0 of recyclerview library. It introduces ConcatAdapter class which concatenates multiple adapters into a single one. So you can create a header adapter and easily combine it with any other adapter, like:

myRecyclerView.adapter = ConcatAdapter(headerAdapter, listAdapter)

The announcement article contains a sample how to display a loading progress in header and footer using ConcatAdapter.

For the moment when I post this answer the version 1.2.0 of the library is in alpha stage, so the api might change. You can check the status here.

Java String remove all non numeric characters

For the Android folks coming here for Kotlin

val dirtyString = " Account Balance: $-12,345.67"
val cleanString = dirtyString.replace("[^\\d.]".toRegex(), "")

Output:

cleanString = "12345.67"

This could then be safely converted toDouble(), toFloat() or toInt() if needed

#1273 – Unknown collation: ‘utf8mb4_unicode_520_ci’

Late to the party, but in case this happens with a WORDPRESS installation :

#1273 - Unknown collation: 'utf8mb4_unicode_520_ci

In phpmyadmin, under export method > Format-specific options( custom export )

Set to : MYSQL40

If you will try to import now, you now might get another error message :

1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; .....

That is because The older TYPE option that was synonymous with ENGINE was removed in MySQL 5.5.

Open your .sql file , search and replace all instances

from TYPE= to ENGINE=

Now the import should go smoothly.

Play sound on button click android

there are some predefined sounds: SHUTTER_CLICK, FOCUS_COMPLETE, START_VIDEO_RECORDING, STOP_VIDEO_RECORDING.

Nice!

MediaActionSound

A class for producing sounds that match those produced by various actions taken by the media and camera APIs. Docs

use like:

fun playBeepSound() {
    val sound = MediaActionSound()
    sound.play(MediaActionSound.START_VIDEO_RECORDING)
}

Is there any ASCII character for <br>?

No, there isn't.

<br> is an HTML ELEMENT. It can't be replaced by a text node or part of a text node.

You can create a new-line effect using CR/LF inside a <pre> element like below:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<pre>Line 1_x000D_
Line 2</pre>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

But this is not the same as a <br>.

Replace all spaces in a string with '+'

You can also do it like:

str = str.replace(/\s/g, "+");

Have a look at this fiddle.

How do I compare a value to a backslash?

Try like this:

if message.value[0] == "/" or message.value[0] == "\\":
  do_stuff

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

You need to input:

$ git pull
$ git fetch 
$ git merge

If you use a git push origin master --force, you will have a big problem.

How do I change the background color of a plot made with ggplot2

To change the panel's background color, use the following code:

myplot + theme(panel.background = element_rect(fill = 'green', colour = 'red'))

To change the color of the plot (but not the color of the panel), you can do:

myplot + theme(plot.background = element_rect(fill = 'green', colour = 'red'))

See here for more theme details Quick reference sheet for legends, axes and themes.

mysql: SOURCE error 2?

I first reach to the file

c:\windows>cd c:\akura\Db Scripts

c:\akura\Db Scripts>mysql -u root -p root

mysql>\. EXECUTER_NEW_USER.sql

here EXECUTER_NEW_USER.sql my file name

Java: Calculating the angle between two points in degrees

What about something like :

angle = angle % 360;

Ruby function to remove all white spaces?

I was trying to do this as I wanted to use a records "title" as an id in the view but the titles had spaces.

a solution is:

record.value.delete(' ') # Foo Bar -> FooBar

Getter and Setter of Model object in Angular 4

The way you declare the date property as an input looks incorrect but its hard to say if it's the only problem without seeing all your code. Rather than using @Input('date') declare the date property like so: private _date: string;. Also, make sure you are instantiating the model with the new keyword. Lastly, access the property using regular dot notation.

Check your work against this example from https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/classes.html :

let passcode = "secret passcode";

class Employee {
    private _fullName: string;

    get fullName(): string {
        return this._fullName;
    }

    set fullName(newName: string) {
        if (passcode && passcode == "secret passcode") {
            this._fullName = newName;
        }
        else {
            console.log("Error: Unauthorized update of employee!");
        }
    }
}

let employee = new Employee();
employee.fullName = "Bob Smith";
if (employee.fullName) {
    console.log(employee.fullName);
}

And here is a plunker demonstrating what it sounds like you're trying to do: https://plnkr.co/edit/OUoD5J1lfO6bIeME9N0F?p=preview

Initializing a static std::map<int, int> in C++

Using C++11:

#include <map>
using namespace std;

map<int, char> m = {{1, 'a'}, {3, 'b'}, {5, 'c'}, {7, 'd'}};

Using Boost.Assign:

#include <map>
#include "boost/assign.hpp"
using namespace std;
using namespace boost::assign;

map<int, char> m = map_list_of (1, 'a') (3, 'b') (5, 'c') (7, 'd');

How to hide command output in Bash

Use this.

{
  /your/first/command
  /your/second/command
} &> /dev/null

Explanation

To eliminate output from commands, you have two options:

  • Close the output descriptor file, which keeps it from accepting any more input. That looks like this:

    your_command "Is anybody listening?" >&-
    

    Usually, output goes either to file descriptor 1 (stdout) or 2 (stderr). If you close a file descriptor, you'll have to do so for every numbered descriptor, as &> (below) is a special BASH syntax incompatible with >&-:

    /your/first/command >&- 2>&-
    

    Be careful to note the order: >&- closes stdout, which is what you want to do; &>- redirects stdout and stderr to a file named - (hyphen), which is not what what you want to do. It'll look the same at first, but the latter creates a stray file in your working directory. It's easy to remember: >&2 redirects stdout to descriptor 2 (stderr), >&3 redirects stdout to descriptor 3, and >&- redirects stdout to a dead end (i.e. it closes stdout).

    Also beware that some commands may not handle a closed file descriptor particularly well ("write error: Bad file descriptor"), which is why the better solution may be to...

  • Redirect output to /dev/null, which accepts all output and does nothing with it. It looks like this:

    your_command "Hello?" > /dev/null
    

    For output redirection to a file, you can direct both stdout and stderr to the same place very concisely, but only in bash:

    /your/first/command &> /dev/null
    

Finally, to do the same for a number of commands at once, surround the whole thing in curly braces. Bash treats this as a group of commands, aggregating the output file descriptors so you can redirect all at once. If you're familiar instead with subshells using ( command1; command2; ) syntax, you'll find the braces behave almost exactly the same way, except that unless you involve them in a pipe the braces will not create a subshell and thus will allow you to set variables inside.

{
  /your/first/command
  /your/second/command
} &> /dev/null

See the bash manual on redirections for more details, options, and syntax.

Converting strings to floats in a DataFrame

df['MyColumnName'] = df['MyColumnName'].astype('float64') 

Aliases in Windows command prompt

If you'd like to enable aliases on per-directory/per-project basis, try the following:

  1. First, create a batch file that will look for a file named aliases in the current directory and initialize aliases from it, let’s call it make-aliases.cmd

    @echo off
    if not exist aliases goto:eof
    echo [Loading aliases...]
    for /f "tokens=1* delims=^=" %%i in (aliases) do (
       echo   %%i ^<^=^> %%j
       doskey %%i=%%j
    )
    doskey aliases=doskey /macros
    echo   --------------------
    echo   aliases ^=^> list  all
    echo   alt+F10 ^=^> clear all
    echo [Done]
    
  2. Then, create aliases wherever you need them using the following format:

    alias1 = command1
    alias2 = command2
    ...
    

    for example:

    b = nmake
    c = nmake clean
    r = nmake rebuild
    
  3. Then, add the location of make-aliases.cmd to your %PATH% variable to make it system-wide or just keep it in a known place.

  4. Make it start automatically with cmd.

    • I would definitely advise against using HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor\AutoRun for this, because some development tools would trigger the autorun script multiple times per session.

    • If you use ConEmu you could go another way and start the script from the startup task (Settings > Startup > Tasks), for example, I created an entry called {MSVC}:

      cmd.exe /k "vcvars64 && make-aliases",

      and then registered it in Explorer context menu via Settings > Integration> with Command: {MSVC} -cur_console:n, so that now I can right-click a folder and launch a VS developer prompt inside it with my aliases loaded automatically, if they happen to be in that folder.

      Without ConEmu, you may just want to create a shortcut to cmd.exe with the corresponding command or simply run make-aliases manually every time.

Should you happen to forget your aliases, use the aliases macro, and if anything goes wrong, just reset the current session by pressing Alt+F10, which is a built-in command in cmd.

How to convert a char array to a string?

The string class has a constructor that takes a NULL-terminated C-string:

char arr[ ] = "This is a test";

string str(arr);


//  You can also assign directly to a string.
str = "This is another string";

// or
str = arr;