Programs & Examples On #Wsma

The target principal name is incorrect. Cannot generate SSPI context

The issue seems to be a windows credentials issue. I was getting the same error on my work laptop with a VPN. I am supposedly logged in as my Domain/Username, which is what I use successfully when connecting directly but as soon as I move to a VPN with another connection I receive this error. I thought it was a DNS issue as I could ping the server but it turns out I needed to run SMSS explicitly as my user from Command prompt.

e.g runas /netonly /user:YourDoman\YourUsername "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 18\Common7\IDE\Ssms.exe"

PowerShell script to check the status of a URL

For people that have PowerShell 3 or later (i.e. Windows Server 2012+ or Windows Server 2008 R2 with the Windows Management Framework 4.0 update), you can do this one-liner instead of invoking System.Net.WebRequest:

$statusCode = wget http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20259251/ | % {$_.StatusCode}

PowerShell Remoting giving "Access is Denied" error

Had similar problems recently. Would suggest you carefully check if the user you're connecting with has proper authorizations on the remote machine.

You can review permissions using the following command.

Set-PSSessionConfiguration -ShowSecurityDescriptorUI -Name Microsoft.PowerShell

Found this tip here (updated link, thanks "unbob"):

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/scripting/configure-remote-security-settings-for-windows-powershell/

It fixed it for me.

Store a cmdlet's result value in a variable in Powershell

Use the -ExpandProperty flag of Select-Object

$var=Get-WSManInstance -enumerate wmicimv2/win32_process | select -expand Priority

Update to answer the other question:

Note that you can as well just access the property:

$var=(Get-WSManInstance -enumerate wmicimv2/win32_process).Priority

So to get multiple of these into variables:

$var=Get-WSManInstance -enumerate wmicimv2/win32_process
   $prio = $var.Priority
   $pid = $var.ProcessID

Powershell remoting with ip-address as target

The guys have given the simple solution, which will do be you should have a look at the help - it's good, looks like a lot in one go but it's actually quick to read:

get-help about_Remote_Troubleshooting | more

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

I had missed another tiny detail: I forgot the brackets "(100)" behind NVARCHAR.

PDOException “could not find driver”

Had the same issue and just figured, website is running under MAMP's php, but when you call in command, it runs mac's(if no bash path modified). you will have issue when mac doesn't have those extensions.

run php -i to find out loaded extensions, and install those one you missed. or run '/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.3.6/bin/php artisan {your command}' to use MAMP's

Regular expression to stop at first match

You need to make your regular expression non-greedy, because by default, "(.*)" will match all of "file path/level1/level2" xxx some="xxx".

Instead you can make your dot-star non-greedy, which will make it match as few characters as possible:

/location="(.*?)"/

Adding a ? on a quantifier (?, * or +) makes it non-greedy.

How to trigger event in JavaScript?

HTML

<a href="demoLink" id="myLink"> myLink </a>
<button onclick="fireLink(event)"> Call My Link </button>

JS

// click event listener of the link element --------------  
document.getElementById('myLink').addEventListener("click", callLink);
function callLink(e) {
    // code to fire
}

// function invoked by the button element ----------------
function fireLink(event) {                   
    document.getElementById('myLink').click();      // script calls the "click" event of the link element 
}

Service will not start: error 1067: the process terminated unexpectedly

This is a problem related permission. Make sure that the current user has access to the folder which contains installation files.

How to add label in chart.js for pie chart

Use ChartNew.js instead of Chart.js

...

So, I have re-worked Chart.js. Most of the changes, are associated to requests in "GitHub" issues of Chart.js.

And here is a sample http://jsbin.com/lakiyu/2/edit

var newopts = {
    inGraphDataShow: true,
    inGraphDataRadiusPosition: 2,
    inGraphDataFontColor: 'white'
}
var pieData = [
    {
        value: 30,
        color: "#F38630",
    },
    {
       value: 30,
       color: "#F34353",
    },
    {
        value: 30,
        color: "#F34353",
    }
]
var pieCtx = document.getElementById('pieChart').getContext('2d');
new Chart(pieCtx).Pie(pieData, newopts);

It even provides a GUI editor http://charts.livegap.com/

So sweet.

Changing navigation title programmatically

The correct answer for people using would be

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()
    self.navigationItem.title = "Your Text"
}

How to enable external request in IIS Express?

This is insanely awesome and even covers HTTPS with pretty domain names:

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/WorkingWithSSLAtDevelopmentTimeIsEasierWithIISExpress.aspx

The really awesome parts I couldn't find anywhere else on SO in case the above link ever goes away:

> C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS Express>IisExpressAdminCmd.exe Usage:
> iisexpressadmincmd.exe <command> <parameters> Supported commands:
>       setupFriendlyHostnameUrl -url:<url>
>       deleteFriendlyHostnameUrl -url:<url>
>       setupUrl -url:<url>
>       deleteUrl -url:<url>
>       setupSslUrl -url:<url> -CertHash:<value>
>       setupSslUrl -url:<url> -UseSelfSigned
>       deleteSslUrl -url:<url>
> 
> Examples: 1) Configure "http.sys" and "hosts" file for friendly
> hostname "contoso": iisexpressadmincmd setupFriendlyHostnameUrl
> -url:http://contoso:80/ 2) Remove "http.sys" configuration and "hosts" file entry for the friendly  hostname "contoso": iisexpressadmincmd
> deleteFriendlyHostnameUrl -url:http://contoso:80/

The above utility will register the SSL certificate for you! If you use the -UseSelfSigned option, it's super easy.

If you want to do things the hard way, the non-obvious part is you need to tell HTTP.SYS what certificate to use, like this:

netsh http add sslcert ipport=0.0.0.0:443 appid={214124cd-d05b-4309-9af9-9caa44b2b74a} certhash=YOURCERTHASHHERE

Certhash is the "Thumbprint" you can get from the certificate properties in MMC.

SQL select only rows with max value on a column

Explanation

This is not pure SQL. This will use the SQLAlchemy ORM.

I came here looking for SQLAlchemy help, so I will duplicate Adrian Carneiro's answer with the python/SQLAlchemy version, specifically the outer join part.

This query answers the question of:

"Can you return me the records in this group of records (based on same id) that have the highest version number".

This allows me to duplicate the record, update it, increment its version number, and have the copy of the old version in such a way that I can show change over time.

Code

MyTableAlias = aliased(MyTable)
newest_records = appdb.session.query(MyTable).select_from(join(
    MyTable, 
    MyTableAlias, 
    onclause=and_(
        MyTable.id == MyTableAlias.id,
        MyTable.version_int < MyTableAlias.version_int
    ),
    isouter=True
    )
).filter(
    MyTableAlias.id  == None,
).all()

Tested on a PostgreSQL database.

Converting JSON data to Java object

Bewaaaaare of Gson! It's very cool, very great, but the second you want to do anything other than simple objects, you could easily need to start building your own serializers (which isn't that hard).

Also, if you have an array of Objects, and you deserialize some json into that array of Objects, the true types are LOST! The full objects won't even be copied! Use XStream.. Which, if using the jsondriver and setting the proper settings, will encode ugly types into the actual json, so that you don't loose anything. A small price to pay (ugly json) for true serialization.

Note that Jackson fixes these issues, and is faster than GSON.

How to find all the tables in MySQL with specific column names in them?

SELECT TABLE_NAME, COLUMN_NAME
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS
WHERE COLUMN_NAME LIKE '%wild%';

How to cancel a pull request on github?

GitHub now supports closing a pull request

Basically, you need to do the following steps:

  1. Visit the pull request page
  2. Click on the pull request
  3. Click the "close pull request" button

Example (button on the very bottom):

github close pull request

This way the pull request gets closed (and ignored), without merging it.

Can we instantiate an abstract class directly?

No, abstract class can never be instantiated.

How can I iterate JSONObject to get individual items

How about this?

JSONObject jsonObject = new JSONObject           (YOUR_JSON_STRING);
JSONObject ipinfo     = jsonObject.getJSONObject ("ipinfo");
String     ip_address = ipinfo.getString         ("ip_address");
JSONObject location   = ipinfo.getJSONObject     ("Location");
String     latitude   = location.getString       ("latitude");
System.out.println (latitude);

This sample code using "org.json.JSONObject"

Setting DataContext in XAML in WPF

There are several issues here.

  1. You can't assign DataContext as DataContext="{Binding Employee}" because it's a complex object which can't be assigned as string. So you have to use <Window.DataContext></Window.DataContext> syntax.
  2. You assign the class that represents the data context object to the view, not an individual property so {Binding Employee} is invalid here, you just have to specify an object.
  3. Now when you assign data context using valid syntax like below
   <Window.DataContext>
      <local:Employee/>
   </Window.DataContext>

know that you are creating a new instance of the Employee class and assigning it as the data context object. You may well have nothing in default constructor so nothing will show up. But then how do you manage it in code behind file? You have typecast the DataContext.

    private void my_button_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
    {
        Employee e = (Employee) DataContext;
    }
  1. A second way is to assign the data context in the code behind file itself. The advantage then is your code behind file already knows it and can work with it.

    public partial class MainWindow : Window
    {
       Employee employee = new Employee();
    
       public MainWindow()
       {
           InitializeComponent();
    
           DataContext = employee;
       }
    }
    

Why does the 260 character path length limit exist in Windows?

Quoting this article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/FileIO/naming-a-file#maximum-path-length-limitation

Maximum Path Length Limitation

In the Windows API (with some exceptions discussed in the following paragraphs), the maximum length for a path is MAX_PATH, which is defined as 260 characters. A local path is structured in the following order: drive letter, colon, backslash, name components separated by backslashes, and a terminating null character. For example, the maximum path on drive D is "D:\some 256-character path string<NUL>" where "<NUL>" represents the invisible terminating null character for the current system codepage. (The characters < > are used here for visual clarity and cannot be part of a valid path string.)

Now we see that it is 1+2+256+1 or [drive][:\][path][null] = 260. One could assume that 256 is a reasonable fixed string length from the DOS days. And going back to the DOS APIs we realize that the system tracked the current path per drive, and we have 26 (32 with symbols) maximum drives (and current directories).

The INT 0x21 AH=0x47 says “This function returns the path description without the drive letter and the initial backslash.” So we see that the system stores the CWD as a pair (drive, path) and you ask for the path by specifying the drive (1=A, 2=B, …), if you specify a 0 then it assumes the path for the drive returned by INT 0x21 AH=0x15 AL=0x19. So now we know why it is 260 and not 256, because those 4 bytes are not stored in the path string.

Why a 256 byte path string, because 640K is enough RAM.

Call one constructor from another

If what you want can't be achieved satisfactorily without having the initialization in its own method (e.g. because you want to do too much before the initialization code, or wrap it in a try-finally, or whatever) you can have any or all constructors pass the readonly variables by reference to an initialization routine, which will then be able to manipulate them at will.

public class Sample
{
    private readonly int _intField;
    public int IntProperty => _intField; 

    private void setupStuff(ref int intField, int newValue) => intField = newValue;

    public Sample(string theIntAsString)
    {
        int i = int.Parse(theIntAsString);
        setupStuff(ref _intField,i);
    }

    public Sample(int theInt) => setupStuff(ref _intField, theInt);
}

Winforms issue - Error creating window handle

I got same error in my application.I am loading many controls in single page.In button click event i am clearing the controls.clearing the controls doesnot release the controls from memory.So dispose the controls from memory. I just commented controls.clear() method and include few lines of code to dispose the controls. Something like this

for each ctl as control in controlcollection

ctl.dispose()

Next

Find text in string with C#

You can do it compactly like this:

string abc = abc.Replace(abc.Substring(abc.IndexOf("me"), (abc.IndexOf("is", abc.IndexOf("me")) + 1) - abc.IndexOf("size")), string.Empty);

Using 'sudo apt-get install build-essentials'

I know this has been answered, but I had the same question and this is what I needed to do to resolve it. During installation, I had not added a network mirror, so I had to add information about where a repo was on the internet. To do this, I ran:

sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list

and added the following lines:

deb http://ftp.debian.org/debian wheezy main
deb-src http://ftp.debian.org/debian wheezy main

If you need to do this, you may need to replace "wheezy" with the version of debian you're running. Afterwards, run:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential

Hopefully this will help someone who had the same problem that I did.

How does java do modulus calculations with negative numbers?

Are you sure you are working in Java? 'cause Java gives -13 % 64 = -13 as expected. The sign of dividend!

Nested select statement in SQL Server

The answer provided by Joe Stefanelli is already correct.

SELECT name FROM (SELECT name FROM agentinformation) as a  

We need to make an alias of the subquery because a query needs a table object which we will get from making an alias for the subquery. Conceptually, the subquery results are substituted into the outer query. As we need a table object in the outer query, we need to make an alias of the inner query.

Statements that include a subquery usually take one of these forms:

  • WHERE expression [NOT] IN (subquery)
  • WHERE expression comparison_operator [ANY | ALL] (subquery)
  • WHERE [NOT] EXISTS (subquery)

Check for more subquery rules and subquery types.

More examples of Nested Subqueries.

  1. IN / NOT IN – This operator takes the output of the inner query after the inner query gets executed which can be zero or more values and sends it to the outer query. The outer query then fetches all the matching [IN operator] or non matching [NOT IN operator] rows.

  2. ANY – [>ANY or ANY operator takes the list of values produced by the inner query and fetches all the values which are greater than the minimum value of the list. The

e.g. >ANY(100,200,300), the ANY operator will fetch all the values greater than 100.

  1. ALL – [>ALL or ALL operator takes the list of values produced by the inner query and fetches all the values which are greater than the maximum of the list. The

e.g. >ALL(100,200,300), the ALL operator will fetch all the values greater than 300.

  1. EXISTS – The EXISTS keyword produces a Boolean value [TRUE/FALSE]. This EXISTS checks the existence of the rows returned by the sub query.

Copy and paste content from one file to another file in vi

Copying text between two buffers (== files) that are opened in the same instance of Vim is no problem:

Simply yank in one buffer with y (assuming you marked a to-copy area in visual mode before), and then paste into the other buffer with p. It also works with different tabs as long as they're in the same instance of Vim.

How to open two files in the same instance of Vim depends on your system:

  • On Win32, there's an option in the context menu saying Edit with one vim if you select two or more files
  • When you're on the console, you can achieve it with vim file1 file2
  • If you use Vim as editor for another tool, be sure to specify the --remote-silent option to ensure that all files are getting opened in the same instance

If you opened the two files in two different instances of Vim, then you have to go with the system clipboard: in the first Vim instance, yank the text into the system clipboard using "+y (again, mark the area to be yanked in visual mode before), then go to the second Vim and paste the clipboard there: "+p.

syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE

There is no semicolon at the end of that instruction causing the error.

EDIT

Like RiverC pointed out, there is no semicolon at the end of the previous line!

require ("scripts/connect.php") 

EDIT

It seems you have no-semicolons whatsoever.

http://php.net/manual/en/language.basic-syntax.instruction-separation.php

As in C or Perl, PHP requires instructions to be terminated with a semicolon at the end of each statement.

cmake error 'the source does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt'

Since you add .. after cmake, it will jump up and up (just like cd ..) in the directory. But if you want to run cmake under the same folder with CMakeLists.txt, please use . instead of ...

How do I use JDK 7 on Mac OSX?

after installing the 1.7jdk from oracle, i changed my bash scripts to add:

export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_13.jdk/Contents/Home

and then running java -version showed the right version.

Converting a POSTMAN request to Curl

Starting from Postman 8 you need to visit here

enter image description here

Accessing MVC's model property from Javascript

try this: (you missed the single quotes)

var floorplanSettings = '@Html.Raw(Json.Encode(Model.FloorPlanSettings))';

IE8 support for CSS Media Query

The best solution I've found is Respond.js especially if your main concern is making sure your responsive design works in IE8. It's pretty lightweight at 1kb when min/gzipped and you can make sure only IE8 clients load it:

<!--[if lt IE 9]>
<script src="respond.min.js"></script>
<![endif]-->

It's also the recommended method if you're using bootstrap: http://getbootstrap.com/getting-started/#support-ie8-ie9

write multiple lines in a file in python

with open('target.txt','w') as out:
    line1 = raw_input("line 1: ")
    line2 = raw_input("line 2: ")
    line3 = raw_input("line 3: ")
    print("I'm going to write these to the file.")
    out.write('{}\n{}\n{}\n'.format(line1,line2,line3))

Is there an equivalent of CSS max-width that works in HTML emails?

Bit late to the party, but this will get it done. I left the example at 600, as that is what most people will use:

Similar to Shay's example except this also includes max-width to work on the rest of the clients that do have support, as well as a second method to prevent the expansion (media query) which is needed for Outlook '11.

In the head:

  <style type="text/css">
    @media only screen and (min-width: 600px) { .maxW { width:600px !important; } }
  </style>

In the body:

<!--[if (gte mso 9)|(IE)]><table width="600" align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr><td><![endif]-->
<div class="maxW" style="max-width:600px;">

<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
  <tr>
    <td>
main content here
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

</div>
<!--[if (gte mso 9)|(IE)]></td></tr></table><![endif]-->

Here is another example of this in use: Responsive order confirmation emails for mobile devices?

How can I calculate the number of lines changed between two commits in Git?

Another way to get all change log in a specified period of time

git log --author="Tri Nguyen" --oneline --shortstat --before="2017-03-20" --after="2017-03-10"

Output:

2637cc736 Revert changed code
 1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)
ba8d29402 Fix review
 2 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 11 deletions(-)

With a long output content, you can export to file for more readable

git log --author="Tri Nguyen" --oneline --shortstat --before="2017-03-20" --after="2017-03-10" > /mnt/MyChangeLog.txt

Searching word in vim?

If you are working in Ubuntu,follow the steps:

  1. Press / and type word to search
  2. To search in forward press 'SHIFT' key with * key
  3. To search in backward press 'SHIFT' key with # key

How do I get next month date from today's date and insert it in my database?

one way of doing this is- first getting last date of current month and then adding 1 day to it, to get next month's first date. This will prevent us from unintentional skipping of months which occurs while using '+1 month'.

$today_date = date("Y-m-d"); 
$last_date_of_month=date('Y-m-t',strtotime($today_date);//get last date of current month
$last_day_of_month_proper =strtotime($last_day_of_month);
$new_date=date('Y-m-d', strtotime('+1 day',$last_day_of_month_proper)); 
echo $new_date;

CSS: auto height on containing div, 100% height on background div inside containing div

Make #container to display:inline-block

#container {
  height: auto;
  width: 100%;
  display: inline-block;
}

#content {
  height: auto;
  width: 500px;
  margin-left: auto;
  margin-right: auto;
}

#backgroundContainer {
  height: 200px; /*200px is example, change to what you want*/
  width: 100%;
}

Also see: W3Schools

calculating number of days between 2 columns of dates in data frame

Without your seeing your data (you can use the output of dput(head(survey)) to show us) this is a shot in the dark:

survey <- data.frame(date=c("2012/07/26","2012/07/25"),tx_start=c("2012/01/01","2012/01/01"))

survey$date_diff <- as.Date(as.character(survey$date), format="%Y/%m/%d")-
                  as.Date(as.character(survey$tx_start), format="%Y/%m/%d")
survey
       date   tx_start date_diff
1 2012/07/26 2012/01/01  207 days
2 2012/07/25 2012/01/01  206 days

jQuery preventDefault() not triggered

Update

And there's your problem - you do have to click event handlers for some a elements. In this case, the order in which you attach the handlers matters since they'll be fired in that order.

Here's a working fiddle that shows the behaviour you want.

This should be your code:

$(document).ready(function(){


    $('#tabs div.tab').hide();
    $('#tabs div.tab:first').show();
    $('#tabs ul li:first').addClass('active');

    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function(e) {
        e.stopImmediatePropagation();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;
    });

    $('#tabs ul li a').click(function(){
        alert("Handling link click");
        $('#tabs ul li').removeClass('active');
        $(this).parent().addClass('active');
        var currentTab = $(this).attr('href');
        $('#tabs div.tab').hide();
        $(currentTab).show();
        return false;
    });

});

Note that the order of attaching the handlers has been exchanged and e.stopImmediatePropagation() is used to stop the other click handler from firing while return false is used to stop the default behaviour of following the link (as well as stopping the bubbling of the event. You may find that you need to use only e.stopPropagation).

Play around with this, if you remove the e.stopImmediatePropagation() you'll find that the second click handler's alert will fire after the first alert. Removing the return false will have no effect on this behaviour but will cause links to be followed by the browser.

Note

A better fix might be to ensure that the selectors return completely different sets of elements so there is no overlap but this might not always be possible in which case the solution described above might be one way to consider.


  1. I don't see why your first code snippet would not work. What's the default action that you're seeing that you want to stop?

    If you've attached other event handlers to the link, you should look into event.stopPropagation() and event.stopImmediatePropagation() instead. Note that return false is equivalent to calling both event.preventDefault and event.stopPropagation()ref

  2. In your second code snippet, e is not defined. So an error would thrown at e.preventDefault() and the next lines never execute. In other words

    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function() {
        e.preventDefault();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;   
    });
    

    should be

    //note the e declared in the function parameters now
    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function(e) {
        e.preventDefault();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;   
    });
    

Here's a working example showing that this code indeed does work and that return false is not really required if you only want to stop the following of a link.

Automated Python to Java translation

Actually, this may or may not be much help but you could write a script which created a Java class for each Python class, including method stubs, placing the Python implementation of the method inside the Javadoc

In fact, this is probably pretty easy to knock up in Python.

I worked for a company which undertook a port to Java of a huge Smalltalk (similar-ish to Python) system and this is exactly what they did. Filling in the methods was manual but invaluable, because it got you to really think about what was going on. I doubt that a brute-force method would result in nice code.

Here's another possibility: can you convert your Python to Jython more easily? Jython is just Python for the JVM. It may be possible to use a Java decompiler (e.g. JAD) to then convert the bytecode back into Java code (or you may just wish to run on a JVM). I'm not sure about this however, perhaps someone else would have a better idea.

Validation error: "No validator could be found for type: java.lang.Integer"

You can add hibernate validator dependency, to provide a Validator

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId>
    <artifactId>hibernate-validator</artifactId>
    <version>6.0.12.Final</version>
</dependency>

standard_init_linux.go:190: exec user process caused "no such file or directory" - Docker

Suppose you face this issue while running your go binary with in alpine container. Export the following variable before building your bin

# CGO has to be disabled for alpine
export CGO_ENABLED=0

Then go build

I just discovered why all ASP.Net websites are slow, and I am trying to work out what to do about it

Marking a controller's session state as readonly or disabled will solve the problem.

You can decorate a controller with the following attribute to mark it read-only:

[SessionState(System.Web.SessionState.SessionStateBehavior.ReadOnly)]

the System.Web.SessionState.SessionStateBehavior enum has the following values:

  • Default
  • Disabled
  • ReadOnly
  • Required

How to copy a file to another path?

File.Move(@"c:\filename", @"c:\filenamet\filename.txt");

is the + operator less performant than StringBuffer.append()

Yes it's true but you shouldn't care. Go with the one that's easier to read. If you have to benchmark your app, then focus on the bottlenecks.

I would guess that string concatenation isn't going to be your bottleneck.

How can I get all the request headers in Django?

<b>request.META</b><br>
{% for k_meta, v_meta in request.META.items %}
  <code>{{ k_meta }}</code> : {{ v_meta }} <br>
{% endfor %}

How to abort a Task like aborting a Thread (Thread.Abort method)?

  1. You shouldn't use Thread.Abort()
  2. Tasks can be Cancelled but not aborted.

The Thread.Abort() method is (severely) deprecated.

Both Threads and Tasks should cooperate when being stopped, otherwise you run the risk of leaving the system in a unstable/undefined state.

If you do need to run a Process and kill it from the outside, the only safe option is to run it in a separate AppDomain.


This answer is about .net 3.5 and earlier.

Thread-abort handling has been improved since then, a.o. by changing the way finally blocks work.

But Thread.Abort is still a suspect solution that you should always try to avoid.

SQL Server : converting varchar to INT

This is more for someone Searching for a result, than the original post-er. This worked for me...

declare @value varchar(max) = 'sad';
select sum(cast(iif(isnumeric(@value) = 1, @value, 0) as bigint));

returns 0

declare @value varchar(max) = '3';
select sum(cast(iif(isnumeric(@value) = 1, @value, 0) as bigint));

returns 3

Set encoding and fileencoding to utf-8 in Vim

You can set the variable 'fileencodings' in your .vimrc.

This is a list of character encodings considered when starting to edit an existing file. When a file is read, Vim tries to use the first mentioned character encoding. If an error is detected, the next one in the list is tried. When an encoding is found that works, 'fileencoding' is set to it. If all fail, 'fileencoding' is set to an empty string, which means the value of 'encoding' is used.

See :help filencodings

If you often work with e.g. cp1252, you can add it there:

set fileencodings=ucs-bom,utf-8,cp1252,default,latin9

How to make an app's background image repeat

Here is a pure-java implementation of background image repeating:

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    Bitmap bmp = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(), R.drawable.bg_image);
    BitmapDrawable bitmapDrawable = new BitmapDrawable(bmp);
    bitmapDrawable.setTileModeXY(Shader.TileMode.REPEAT, Shader.TileMode.REPEAT);
    LinearLayout layout = new LinearLayout(this);
    layout.setBackgroundDrawable(bitmapDrawable);
}

In this case, our background image would have to be stored in res/drawable/bg_image.png.

How to generate XML from an Excel VBA macro?

Here is the example macro to convert the Excel worksheet to XML file.

#'vba code to convert excel to xml

Sub vba_code_to_convert_excel_to_xml()
Set wb = Workbooks.Open("C:\temp\testwb.xlsx")
wb.SaveAs fileName:="C:\temp\testX.xml", FileFormat:= _
        xlXMLSpreadsheet, ReadOnlyRecommended:=False, CreateBackup:=False

End Sub

This macro will open an existing Excel workbook from the C drive and Convert the file into XML and Save the file with .xml extension in the specified Folder. We are using Workbook Open method to open a file. SaveAs method to Save the file into destination folder. This example will be help full, if you wan to convert all excel files in a directory into XML (xlXMLSpreadsheet format) file.

Changing button text onclick

Add this function to the script

function myFunction() {

                var btn = document.getElementById("myButton");

                if (btn.value == "Open Curtain") {
                    btn.value = "Close Curtain";
                    btn.innerHTML = "Close Curtain";
                }
                else {
                    btn.value = "Open Curtain";
                    btn.innerHTML = "Open Curtain";
                }

            }

and edit the button

<button onclick="myFunction()" id="myButton" value="Open Curtain">Open Curtain</button>

Export to xls using angularjs

If you load your data into ng-grid, you can use the CSV export plugin. The plugin creates a button with the grid data as csv inside an href tag.

http://angular-ui.github.io/ng-grid/

https://github.com/angular-ui/ng-grid/blob/2.x/plugins/ng-grid-csv-export.js

Updating links as the library got renamed:

Github link: https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-grid

Library page: http://ui-grid.info/

Documentation on csv export : http://ui-grid.info/docs/#/tutorial/206_exporting_data

Find and replace with sed in directory and sub directories

Your find should look like that to avoid sending directory names to sed:

find ./ -type f -exec sed -i -e 's/apple/orange/g' {} \;

HTML/CSS Making a textbox with text that is grayed out, and disappears when I click to enter info, how?

<input type="text" id="firstname" placeholder="First Name"

Note: You can change the placeholder, id and type value to "email" or whatever suits your need.

More details by W3Schools at:http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_input_placeholder.asp

But by far the best solutions are by Floern and Vivek Mhatre ( edited by j0k )

Add items to comboBox in WPF

With OleDBConnection -> connect to Oracle

OleDbConnection con = new OleDbConnection();
            con.ConnectionString = "Provider=MSDAORA;Data Source=oracle;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=system;Password=**********;Unicode=True";

            OleDbCommand comd1 = new OleDbCommand("select name from table", con);
            OleDbDataReader DR = comd1.ExecuteReader();
            while (DR.Read())
            {
                comboBox_delete.Items.Add(DR[0]);
            }
            con.Close();

That's all :)

unique() for more than one variable

This is an addition to Josh's answer.

You can also keep the values of other variables while filtering out duplicated rows in data.table

Example:

library(data.table)

#create data table
dt <- data.table(
  V1=LETTERS[c(1,1,1,1,2,3,3,5,7,1)],
  V2=LETTERS[c(2,3,4,2,1,4,4,6,7,2)],
  V3=c(1),
  V4=c(2) )

> dt
# V1 V2 V3 V4
# A  B  1  2
# A  C  1  2
# A  D  1  2
# A  B  1  2
# B  A  1  2
# C  D  1  2
# C  D  1  2
# E  F  1  2
# G  G  1  2
# A  B  1  2

# set the key to all columns
setkey(dt)

# Get Unique lines in the data table
unique( dt[list(V1, V2), nomatch = 0] ) 

# V1 V2 V3 V4
# A  B  1  2
# A  C  1  2
# A  D  1  2
# B  A  1  2
# C  D  1  2
# E  F  1  2
# G  G  1  2

Alert: If there are different combinations of values in the other variables, then your result will be

unique combination of V1 and V2

Display a loading bar before the entire page is loaded

HTML

<div class="preload">
<img src="http://i.imgur.com/KUJoe.gif">
</div>

<div class="content">
I would like to display a loading bar before the entire page is loaded. 
</div>

JAVASCRIPT

$(function() {
    $(".preload").fadeOut(2000, function() {
        $(".content").fadeIn(1000);        
    });
});?

CSS

.content {display:none;}
.preload { 
    width:100px;
    height: 100px;
    position: fixed;
    top: 50%;
    left: 50%;
}
?

DEMO

WPF Label Foreground Color

The title "WPF Label Foreground Color" is very simple (exactly what I was looking for) but the OP's code is so cluttered it's easy to miss how simple it can be to set text foreground color on two different labels:

<StackPanel>
    <Label Foreground="Red">Red text</Label>
    <Label Foreground="Blue">Blue text</Label>
</StackPanel>

In summary, No, there was nothing wrong with your snippet.

How open PowerShell as administrator from the run window

Windows 10 appears to have a keyboard shortcut. According to How to open elevated command prompt in Windows 10 you can press ctrl + shift + enter from the search or start menu after typing cmd for the search term.

image of win 10 start menu
(source: winaero.com)

Tensorflow r1.0 : could not a find a version that satisfies the requirement tensorflow

Tensorflow requires a 64-bit version of Python.

Additionally, it only supports Python 3.5.x through Python 3.8.x.

If you're using a 32-bit version of Python or a version that's too old or new, then you'll get that error message.

To fix it, you can install the 64-bit version of Python 3.8.6 via Python's website.

TypeError("'bool' object is not iterable",) when trying to return a Boolean

Look at the traceback:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\Python33\lib\site-packages\bottle.py", line 821, in _cast
    out = iter(out)
TypeError: 'bool' object is not iterable

Your code isn't iterating the value, but the code receiving it is.

The solution is: return an iterable. I suggest that you either convert the bool to a string (str(False)) or enclose it in a tuple ((False,)).

Always read the traceback: it's correct, and it's helpful.

C++ String array sorting

Example using std::vector

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <algorithm>
#include <vector>

int main()
{
    /// Initilaize vector using intitializer list ( requires C++11 )
    std::vector<std::string> names = {"john", "bobby", "dear", "test1", "catherine", "nomi", "shinta", "martin", "abe", "may", "zeno", "zack", "angeal", "gabby"};

    // Sort names using std::sort
    std::sort(names.begin(), names.end() );

    // Print using range-based and const auto& for ( both requires C++11 )
    for(const auto& currentName : names)
    {
        std::cout << currentName << std::endl;
    }

    //... or by using your orignal for loop ( vector support [] the same way as plain arrays )
    for(int y = 0; y < names.size(); y++)
    {
       std:: cout << names[y] << std::endl; // you were outputting name[z], but only increasing y, thereby only outputting element z ( 14 )
    }
    return 0;

}

http://ideone.com/Q9Ew2l

This completely avoids using plain arrays, and lets you use the std::sort function. You might need to update you compiler to use the = {...} You can instead add them by using vector.push_back("name")

What is the correct way to check for string equality in JavaScript?

what led me to this question is the padding and white-spaces

check my case

 if (title === "LastName")
      doSomething();

and title was " LastName"

enter image description here

so maybe you have to use trim function like this

var title = $(this).text().trim();

What is the correct way to do a CSS Wrapper?

The easiest way is to have a "wrapper" div element with a width set, and a left and right margin of auto.

Sample markup:

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
    <title></title>
    <style type="text/css">
        .wrapper { width: 960px; margin: 0 auto; background-color: #cccccc; }
        body { margin: 0; padding: 0 }
    </style>
</head>
<body>
    <div class="wrapper">
        your content...
    </div>
</body>
</html>

node-request - Getting error "SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol"

This was totally my bad.

I was using standard node http.request on a part of the code which should be sending requests to only http adresses. Seems like the db had a single https address which was queried with a random interval.

Simply, I was trying to send a http request to https.

invalid command code ., despite escaping periods, using sed

Simply add an extension to the -i flag. This basically creates a backup file with the original file.

sed -i.bakup 's/linenumber/number/' ~/.vimrc

sed will execute without the error

send mail from linux terminal in one line

For Ubuntu users: First You need to install mailutils

sudo apt-get install mailutils

Setup an email server, if you are using gmail or smtp. follow this link. then use this command to send email.

echo "this is a test mail" | mail -s "Subject of mail" [email protected]

In case you are using gmail and still you are getting some authentication error then you need to change setting of gmail:

Turn on Access for less secure apps from here

How do I skip a header from CSV files in Spark?

Working in 2018 (Spark 2.3)

Python

df = spark.read
    .option("header", "true")
    .format("csv")
    .schema(myManualSchema)
    .load("mycsv.csv")

Scala

val myDf = spark.read
  .option("header", "true")
  .format("csv")
  .schema(myManualSchema)
  .load("mycsv.csv")

PD1: myManualSchema is a predefined schema written by me, you could skip that part of code

UPDATE 2021 The same code works for Spark 3.x

df = spark.read
    .option("header", "true")
    .option("inferSchema", "true")
    .format("csv")
    .csv("mycsv.csv")

Failed to resolve: com.android.support:appcompat-v7:26.0.0

change

compile 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:26.0'

to

`compile 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:26.+'`

worked for me fine.

How do I disable Git Credential Manager for Windows?

pretty old topic but this is maybe a help for someone searching for the problem where the above tips does not solved it.

I use

git credential-manager remove -force

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

For modern web browsers (After IE9)

See the Duplicate listed at the top of the page for correct information!

See answer here: How to control web page caching, across all browsers?


For IE9 and before

Do not blindly copy paste this!

The list is just examples of different techniques, it's not for direct insertion. If copied, the second would overwrite the first and the fourth would overwrite the third because of the http-equiv declarations AND fail with the W3C validator. At most, one could have one of each http-equiv declarations; pragma, cache-control and expires. These are completely outdated when using modern up to date browsers. After IE9 anyway. Chrome and Firefox specifically does not work with these as you would expect, if at all.

<meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="max-age=0" />
<meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="no-cache" />
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="0" />
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="Tue, 01 Jan 1980 1:00:00 GMT" />
<meta http-equiv="pragma" content="no-cache" />

Actually do not use these at all!

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

Convert a hexadecimal string to an integer efficiently in C?

For AVR Microcontrollers I wrote the following function, including relevant comments to make it easy to understand:

/**
 * hex2int
 * take a hex string and convert it to a 32bit number (max 8 hex digits)
 */
uint32_t hex2int(char *hex) {
    uint32_t val = 0;
    while (*hex) {
        // get current character then increment
        char byte = *hex++; 
        // transform hex character to the 4bit equivalent number, using the ascii table indexes
        if (byte >= '0' && byte <= '9') byte = byte - '0';
        else if (byte >= 'a' && byte <='f') byte = byte - 'a' + 10;
        else if (byte >= 'A' && byte <='F') byte = byte - 'A' + 10;    
        // shift 4 to make space for new digit, and add the 4 bits of the new digit 
        val = (val << 4) | (byte & 0xF);
    }
    return val;
}

Example:

char *z ="82ABC1EF";
uint32_t x = hex2int(z);
printf("Number is [%X]\n", x);

Will output: enter image description here

scp or sftp copy multiple files with single command

In my case, I am restricted to only using the sftp command.
So, I had to use a batchfile with sftp. I created a script such as the following. This assumes you are working in the /tmp directory, and you want to put the files in the destdir_on_remote_system on the remote system. This also only works with a noninteractive login. You need to set up public/private keys so you can login without entering a password. Change as needed.

#!/bin/bash

cd /tmp
# start script with list of files to transfer
ls -1 fileset1* > batchfile1
ls -1 fileset2* >> batchfile1

sed -i -e 's/^/put /' batchfile1
echo "cd destdir_on_remote_system" > batchfile
cat batchfile1 >> batchfile
rm batchfile1

sftp -b batchfile user@host

How to get the real and total length of char * (char array)?

  • In C++:

Just use std::vector<char> which keep the (dynamic) size for you. (Bonus, memory management for free).

Or std::array<char, 10> which keep the (static) size.

  • In pure C:

Create a structure to keep the info, something like:

typedef struct {
    char* ptr;
    int size;
} my_array;

my_array malloc_array(int size)
{
    my_array res;
    res.ptr = (char*) malloc(size);
    res.size = size;
    return res;
}

void free_array(my_array array)
{
    free(array.ptr);
}

What happens to C# Dictionary<int, int> lookup if the key does not exist?

A helper class is handy:

public static class DictionaryHelper
{
    public static TVal Get<TKey, TVal>(this Dictionary<TKey, TVal> dictionary, TKey key, TVal defaultVal = default(TVal))
    {
        TVal val;
        if( dictionary.TryGetValue(key, out val) )
        {
            return val;
        }
        return defaultVal;
    }
}

How can I modify a saved Microsoft Access 2007 or 2010 Import Specification?

I am able to use this feature on my machine using MS Access 2007.

  • On the Ribbon, select External Data
  • Select the "Text File" option
  • This displays the Get External Data Wizard
  • Specify the location of the file you wish to import
  • Click OK. This displays the "Import Text Wizard"
  • On the bottom of this dialog screen is the Advanced button you referenced
  • Clicking on this button should display the Import Specification screen and allow you to select and modify an existing import spec.

For what its worth, I'm using Access 2007 SP1

Recursive Fibonacci

I think it's the best solution of fibonacci using recursion.

#include<bits/stdc++.h>
typedef unsigned long long ull;
typedef long long ll;
ull FIBO[100005];
using namespace std;
ull fibo(ull n)
{
    if(n==1||n==0)
        return n;
    if(FIBO[n]!=0)
        return FIBO[n];
    FIBO[n] = (fibo(n-1)+fibo(n-2));
    return FIBO[n];
}
int main()
{
    for(long long  i =34;i<=60;i++)
        cout<<fibo(i)<<" " ;
    return 0;
}

updating Google play services in Emulator

Based from Google documentation,

If you want to test your app on the emulator, expand the directory for Android 4.2.2 (API 17) or a higher version, select Google APIs, and install it. Then create a new AVD with Google APIs as the platform target.

Try to navigate to settings--> apps in your emulator and then find Google Play Services. Check the version number and use it in you build.gradle. To update it with the latest version, you can see it in these documentation and SO question.

Node.js heap out of memory

Just in case anyone runs into this in an environment where they cannot set node properties directly (in my case a build tool):

NODE_OPTIONS="--max-old-space-size=4096" node ...

You can set the node options using an environment variable if you cannot pass them on the command line.

Insert current date into a date column using T-SQL?

Couple of ways. Firstly, if you're adding a row each time a [de]activation occurs, you can set the column default to GETDATE() and not set the value in the insert. Otherwise,

UPDATE TableName SET [ColumnName] = GETDATE() WHERE UserId = @userId

Get length of array?

If the variant is empty then an error will be thrown. The bullet-proof code is the following:

Public Function GetLength(a As Variant) As Integer
   If IsEmpty(a) Then
      GetLength = 0
   Else
      GetLength = UBound(a) - LBound(a) + 1
   End If
End Function

How do I set the default schema for a user in MySQL

There is no default database for user. There is default database for current session.

You can get it using DATABASE() function -

SELECT DATABASE();

And you can set it using USE statement -

USE database1;

You should set it manually - USE db_name, or in the connection string.

Apache giving 403 forbidden errors

The server may need read permission for your home directory and .htaccess therein

How to get content body from a httpclient call?

If you are not wanting to use async you can add .Result to force the code to execute synchronously:

private string GetResponseString(string text)
{
    var httpClient = new HttpClient();

    var parameters = new Dictionary<string, string>();
    parameters["text"] = text;

    var response = httpClient.PostAsync(BaseUri, new FormUrlEncodedContent(parameters)).Result;
    var contents = response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result;

    return contents;
 }  

Creating a PHP header/footer

the simpler, the better.

index.php

<? 
if (empty($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'])) { 
  $name="index"; 
} else { 
  $name=basename($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']); 
} 
$file="txt/".$name.".htm"; 
if (is_readable($file)) { 
  include 'header.php';
  readfile($file);
} else { 
  header("HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found");
  exit;
} 
?>

header.php

<a href="index.php">Main page</a><br>
<a href=?about>About</a><br>
<a href=?links>Links</a><br>
<br><br> 

the actual static html pages stored in the txt folder in the page.htm format

Speed up rsync with Simultaneous/Concurrent File Transfers?

You can use xargs which supports running many processes at a time. For your case it will be:

ls -1 /main/files | xargs -I {} -P 5 -n 1 rsync -avh /main/files/{} /main/filesTest/

How to verify a method is called two times with mockito verify()

build gradle:

testImplementation "com.nhaarman.mockitokotlin2:mockito-kotlin:2.2.0"

code:

interface MyCallback {
  fun someMethod(value: String)
}

class MyTestableManager(private val callback: MyCallback){
  fun perform(){
    callback.someMethod("first")
    callback.someMethod("second")
    callback.someMethod("third")
  }
}

test:

import com.nhaarman.mockitokotlin2.times
import com.nhaarman.mockitokotlin2.verify
import com.nhaarman.mockitokotlin2.mock
...
val callback: MyCallback = mock()
val manager = MyTestableManager(callback)
manager.perform()

val captor: KArgumentCaptor<String> = com.nhaarman.mockitokotlin2.argumentCaptor<String>()

verify(callback, times(3)).someMethod(captor.capture())

assertTrue(captor.allValues[0] == "first")
assertTrue(captor.allValues[1] == "second")
assertTrue(captor.allValues[2] == "third")

Open window in JavaScript with HTML inserted

Here's how to do it with an HTML Blob, so that you have control over the entire HTML document:

https://codepen.io/trusktr/pen/mdeQbKG?editors=0010

This is the code, but StackOverflow blocks the window from being opened (see the codepen example instead):

_x000D_
_x000D_
const winHtml = `<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
    <html>_x000D_
        <head>_x000D_
            <title>Window with Blob</title>_x000D_
        </head>_x000D_
        <body>_x000D_
            <h1>Hello from the new window!</h1>_x000D_
        </body>_x000D_
    </html>`;_x000D_
_x000D_
const winUrl = URL.createObjectURL(_x000D_
    new Blob([winHtml], { type: "text/html" })_x000D_
);_x000D_
_x000D_
const win = window.open(_x000D_
    winUrl,_x000D_
    "win",_x000D_
    `width=800,height=400,screenX=200,screenY=200`_x000D_
);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Python socket.error: [Errno 111] Connection refused

The problem obviously was (as you figured it out) that port 36250 wasn't open on the server side at the time you tried to connect (hence connection refused). I can see the server was supposed to open this socket after receiving SEND command on another connection, but it apparently was "not opening [it] up in sync with the client side".

Well, the main reason would be there was no synchronisation whatsoever. Calling:

cs.send("SEND " + FILE)
cs.close()

would just place the data into a OS buffer; close would probably flush the data and push into the network, but it would almost certainly return before the data would reach the server. Adding sleep after close might mitigate the problem, but this is not synchronisation.

The correct solution would be to make sure the server has opened the connection. This would require server sending you some message back (for example OK, or better PORT 36250 to indicate where to connect). This would make sure the server is already listening.

The other thing is you must check the return values of send to make sure how many bytes was taken from your buffer. Or use sendall.

(Sorry for disturbing with this late answer, but I found this to be a high traffic question and I really didn't like the sleep idea in the comments section.)

How to pass data to view in Laravel?

You can also do the same thing in another way,

If you are using PHP 5.5 or latest one then you can do it as follow,

Controller:

return view(index, compact('data1','data2')); //as many as you want to pass

View:

<div>
    You can access {{$data1}}. [if it is variable]
</div>

@foreach($data1 as $d1)
    <div>
        You can access {{$d1}}. [if it is array]
    </div>
@endforeach

Same way you can access all variable that you have passed in compact function.

Hope it helps :)

How to set environment variables in Jenkins?

We use groovy job file:

description('')
steps {
    environmentVariables {
        envs(PUPPETEER_SKIP_CHROMIUM_DOWNLOAD: true)
    }
}

Why does scanf() need "%lf" for doubles, when printf() is okay with just "%f"?

Using either a float or a double value in a C expression will result in a value that is a double anyway, so printf can't tell the difference. Whereas a pointer to a double has to be explicitly signalled to scanf as distinct from a pointer to float, because what the pointer points to is what matters.

Can jQuery check whether input content has changed?

Yes, compare it to the value it was before it changed.

var previousValue = $("#elm").val();
$("#elm").keyup(function(e) {
    var currentValue = $(this).val();
    if(currentValue != previousValue) {
         previousValue = currentValue;
         alert("Value changed!");
    }
});

Another option is to only trigger your changed function on certain keys. Use e.KeyCode to figure out what key was pressed.

Delete item from state array in react

When using React, you should never mutate the state directly. If an object (or Array, which is an object too) is changed, you should create a new copy.

Others have suggested using Array.prototype.splice(), but that method mutates the Array, so it's better not to use splice() with React.

Easiest to use Array.prototype.filter() to create a new array:

removePeople(e) {
    this.setState({people: this.state.people.filter(function(person) { 
        return person !== e.target.value 
    })});
}

What are the differences between "git commit" and "git push"?

git push is used to add commits you have done on the local repository to a remote one - together with git pull, it allows people to collaborate.

Javascript: getFullyear() is not a function

One way to get this error is to forget to use the 'new' keyword when instantiating your Date in javascript like this:

> d = Date();
'Tue Mar 15 2016 20:05:53 GMT-0400 (EDT)'
> typeof(d);
'string'
> d.getFullYear();
TypeError: undefined is not a function

Had you used the 'new' keyword, it would have looked like this:

> el@defiant $ node
> d = new Date();
Tue Mar 15 2016 20:08:58 GMT-0400 (EDT)
> typeof(d);
'object'
> d.getFullYear(0);
2016

Another way to get that error is to accidentally re-instantiate a variable in javascript between when you set it and when you use it, like this:

el@defiant $ node
> d = new Date();
Tue Mar 15 2016 20:12:13 GMT-0400 (EDT)
> d.getFullYear();
2016
> d = 57 + 23;
80
> d.getFullYear();
TypeError: undefined is not a function

Allowing Java to use an untrusted certificate for SSL/HTTPS connection

Following code from here is a useful solution. No keystores etc. Just call method SSLUtilities.trustAllHttpsCertificates() before initializing the service and port (in SOAP).

import java.security.GeneralSecurityException;
import java.security.SecureRandom;
import java.security.cert.X509Certificate;
import javax.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier;
import javax.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLContext;
import javax.net.ssl.TrustManager;
import javax.net.ssl.X509TrustManager;

/**
 * This class provide various static methods that relax X509 certificate and
 * hostname verification while using the SSL over the HTTP protocol.
 *  
 * @author Jiramot.info
 */
public final class SSLUtilities {

  /**
   * Hostname verifier for the Sun's deprecated API.
   *
   * @deprecated see {@link #_hostnameVerifier}.
   */
  private static com.sun.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier __hostnameVerifier;
  /**
   * Thrust managers for the Sun's deprecated API.
   *
   * @deprecated see {@link #_trustManagers}.
   */
  private static com.sun.net.ssl.TrustManager[] __trustManagers;
  /**
   * Hostname verifier.
   */
  private static HostnameVerifier _hostnameVerifier;
  /**
   * Thrust managers.
   */
  private static TrustManager[] _trustManagers;

  /**
   * Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all hostnames. This method uses the old deprecated API from the
   * com.sun.ssl package.
   *  
   * @deprecated see {@link #_trustAllHostnames()}.
   */
  private static void __trustAllHostnames() {
    // Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
    if (__hostnameVerifier == null) {
        __hostnameVerifier = new SSLUtilities._FakeHostnameVerifier();
    } // if
    // Install the all-trusting host name verifier
    com.sun.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection
            .setDefaultHostnameVerifier(__hostnameVerifier);
  } // __trustAllHttpsCertificates

  /**
   * Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones. This method uses the
   * old deprecated API from the com.sun.ssl package.
   *
   * @deprecated see {@link #_trustAllHttpsCertificates()}.
   */
  private static void __trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
    com.sun.net.ssl.SSLContext context;

    // Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
    if (__trustManagers == null) {
        __trustManagers = new com.sun.net.ssl.TrustManager[]{new SSLUtilities._FakeX509TrustManager()};
    } // if
    // Install the all-trusting trust manager
    try {
        context = com.sun.net.ssl.SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
        context.init(null, __trustManagers, new SecureRandom());
    } catch (GeneralSecurityException gse) {
        throw new IllegalStateException(gse.getMessage());
    } // catch
    com.sun.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(context
            .getSocketFactory());
  } // __trustAllHttpsCertificates

  /**
   * Return true if the protocol handler property java. protocol.handler.pkgs
   * is set to the Sun's com.sun.net.ssl. internal.www.protocol deprecated
   * one, false otherwise.
   *
   * @return true if the protocol handler property is set to the Sun's
   * deprecated one, false otherwise.
   */
  private static boolean isDeprecatedSSLProtocol() {
    return ("com.sun.net.ssl.internal.www.protocol".equals(System
            .getProperty("java.protocol.handler.pkgs")));
  } // isDeprecatedSSLProtocol

  /**
   * Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all hostnames.
   */
  private static void _trustAllHostnames() {
      // Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
      if (_hostnameVerifier == null) {
          _hostnameVerifier = new SSLUtilities.FakeHostnameVerifier();
      } // if
      // Install the all-trusting host name verifier:
      HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultHostnameVerifier(_hostnameVerifier);
  } // _trustAllHttpsCertificates

  /**
   * Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones.
   */
  private static void _trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
    SSLContext context;

      // Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
      if (_trustManagers == null) {
          _trustManagers = new TrustManager[]{new SSLUtilities.FakeX509TrustManager()};
      } // if
      // Install the all-trusting trust manager:
      try {
          context = SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
          context.init(null, _trustManagers, new SecureRandom());
      } catch (GeneralSecurityException gse) {
          throw new IllegalStateException(gse.getMessage());
      } // catch
      HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(context
            .getSocketFactory());
  } // _trustAllHttpsCertificates

  /**
   * Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all hostnames.
   */
  public static void trustAllHostnames() {
      // Is the deprecated protocol setted?
      if (isDeprecatedSSLProtocol()) {
          __trustAllHostnames();
      } else {
          _trustAllHostnames();
      } // else
  } // trustAllHostnames

  /**
   * Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
   * trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones.
   */
  public static void trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
    // Is the deprecated protocol setted?
    if (isDeprecatedSSLProtocol()) {
        __trustAllHttpsCertificates();
    } else {
        _trustAllHttpsCertificates();
    } // else
  } // trustAllHttpsCertificates

  /**
   * This class implements a fake hostname verificator, trusting any host
   * name. This class uses the old deprecated API from the com.sun. ssl
   * package.
   *
   * @author Jiramot.info
   *
   * @deprecated see {@link SSLUtilities.FakeHostnameVerifier}.
   */
  public static class _FakeHostnameVerifier implements
        com.sun.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier {

    /**
     * Always return true, indicating that the host name is an acceptable
     * match with the server's authentication scheme.
     *
     * @param hostname the host name.
     * @param session the SSL session used on the connection to host.
     * @return the true boolean value indicating the host name is trusted.
     */
    public boolean verify(String hostname, String session) {
        return (true);
    } // verify
  } // _FakeHostnameVerifier

  /**
   * This class allow any X509 certificates to be used to authenticate the
   * remote side of a secure socket, including self-signed certificates. This
   * class uses the old deprecated API from the com.sun.ssl package.
   *
   * @author Jiramot.info
   *
   * @deprecated see {@link SSLUtilities.FakeX509TrustManager}.
   */
  public static class _FakeX509TrustManager implements
        com.sun.net.ssl.X509TrustManager {

    /**
     * Empty array of certificate authority certificates.
     */
    private static final X509Certificate[] _AcceptedIssuers = new X509Certificate[]{};

    /**
     * Always return true, trusting for client SSL chain peer certificate
     * chain.
     *
     * @param chain the peer certificate chain.
     * @return the true boolean value indicating the chain is trusted.
     */
    public boolean isClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain) {
        return (true);
    } // checkClientTrusted

    /**
     * Always return true, trusting for server SSL chain peer certificate
     * chain.
     *
     * @param chain the peer certificate chain.
     * @return the true boolean value indicating the chain is trusted.
     */
    public boolean isServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain) {
        return (true);
    } // checkServerTrusted

    /**
     * Return an empty array of certificate authority certificates which are
     * trusted for authenticating peers.
     *
     * @return a empty array of issuer certificates.
     */
    public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
        return (_AcceptedIssuers);
    } // getAcceptedIssuers
  } // _FakeX509TrustManager

  /**
   * This class implements a fake hostname verificator, trusting any host
   * name.
   *
   * @author Jiramot.info
   */
  public static class FakeHostnameVerifier implements HostnameVerifier {

    /**
     * Always return true, indicating that the host name is an acceptable
     * match with the server's authentication scheme.
     *
     * @param hostname the host name.
     * @param session the SSL session used on the connection to host.
     * @return the true boolean value indicating the host name is trusted.
     */
    public boolean verify(String hostname, javax.net.ssl.SSLSession session) {
        return (true);
    } // verify
  } // FakeHostnameVerifier

  /**
   * This class allow any X509 certificates to be used to authenticate the
   * remote side of a secure socket, including self-signed certificates.
   *
   * @author Jiramot.info
   */
  public static class FakeX509TrustManager implements X509TrustManager {

    /**
     * Empty array of certificate authority certificates.
     */
    private static final X509Certificate[] _AcceptedIssuers = new X509Certificate[]{};

    /**
     * Always trust for client SSL chain peer certificate chain with any
     * authType authentication types.
     *
     * @param chain the peer certificate chain.
     * @param authType the authentication type based on the client
     * certificate.
     */
    public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain, String authType) {
    } // checkClientTrusted

    /**
     * Always trust for server SSL chain peer certificate chain with any
     * authType exchange algorithm types.
     *
     * @param chain the peer certificate chain.
     * @param authType the key exchange algorithm used.
     */
    public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain, String authType) {
    } // checkServerTrusted

    /**
     * Return an empty array of certificate authority certificates which are
     * trusted for authenticating peers.
     *
     * @return a empty array of issuer certificates.
     */
    public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
        return (_AcceptedIssuers);
    } // getAcceptedIssuers
  } // FakeX509TrustManager
} // SSLUtilities

Prevent onmouseout when hovering child element of the parent absolute div WITHOUT jQuery

Although the solution you referred to uses jquery, mouseenter and mouseleave are native dom events, so you might use without jquery.

Can Mysql Split a column?

Usually substring_index does what you want:

mysql> select substring_index("[email protected]","@",-1);
+-----------------------------------------+
| substring_index("[email protected]","@",-1) |
+-----------------------------------------+
| gmail.com                               |
+-----------------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Finding the source code for built-in Python functions?

2 methods,

  1. You can check usage about snippet using help()
  2. you can check hidden code for those modules using inspect

1) inspect:

use inpsect module to explore code you want... NOTE: you can able to explore code only for modules (aka) packages you have imported

for eg:

  >>> import randint  
  >>> from inspect import getsource
  >>> getsource(randint) # here i am going to explore code for package called `randint`

2) help():

you can simply use help() command to get help about builtin functions as well its code.

for eg: if you want to see the code for str() , simply type - help(str)

it will return like this,

>>> help(str)
Help on class str in module __builtin__:

class str(basestring)
 |  str(object='') -> string
 |
 |  Return a nice string representation of the object.
 |  If the argument is a string, the return value is the same object.
 |
 |  Method resolution order:
 |      str
 |      basestring
 |      object
 |
 |  Methods defined here:
 |
 |  __add__(...)
 |      x.__add__(y) <==> x+y
 |
 |  __contains__(...)
 |      x.__contains__(y) <==> y in x
 |
 |  __eq__(...)
 |      x.__eq__(y) <==> x==y
 |
 |  __format__(...)
 |      S.__format__(format_spec) -> string
 |
 |      Return a formatted version of S as described by format_spec.
 |
 |  __ge__(...)
 |      x.__ge__(y) <==> x>=y
 |
 |  __getattribute__(...)
-- More  --

Android: remove left margin from actionbar's custom layout

It would be better to add a background item into the style of the app actionbar to consistent with the background color of the customized actionbar:

<item name="android:background">@color/actionbar_bgcolor</item>

After android 6.0, the actionbar even has a margin-right space and cannot be set. Add a right margin adjusting in the activity like this: (the view is the customized actionbar or a right button in it)

int rightMargin = Build.VERSION.SDK_INT>=Build.VERSION_CODES.M ? 0 : 8; // may the same with actionbar leftMargin in px
ViewGroup.MarginLayoutParams p = (ViewGroup.MarginLayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams();
p.setMargins(p.leftMargin, p.topMargin, rightMargin, p.bottomMargin);
if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR1){
    p.setMarginEnd(rightMargin);
}
view.setLayoutParams(p);

The actionbar machenism is just supported after Android 3.0+ app. If we use a toolbar (of support lib v7) instead, we should layout it in each xml of each activity, and take care of the issue of overlapping with system status bar in the Android 5.0 or later device.

PDOException SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory

The error message indicates that a MySQL connection via socket is tried (which is not supported).

In the context of Laravel (artisan), you probably want to use a different / the correct environment. Eg: php artisan migrate --env=production (or whatever environment). See here.

How to create a custom navigation drawer in android

You can easily customize the android Navigation drawer once you know how its implemented. here is a nice tutorial where you can set it up.

This will be the structure of your mainXML:

<android.support.v4.widget.DrawerLayout
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@+id/drawer_layout"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent">

    <!-- Framelayout to display Fragments -->
    <FrameLayout
        android:id="@+id/frame_container"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

    <!-- Listview to display slider menu -->
    <ListView
        android:id="@+id/list_slidermenu"
        android:layout_width="240dp"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:layout_gravity="right"
        android:choiceMode="singleChoice"
        android:divider="@color/list_divider"
        android:dividerHeight="1dp"        
        android:listSelector="@drawable/list_selector"
        android:background="@color/list_background"/>
</android.support.v4.widget.DrawerLayout>

You can customize this listview to your liking by adding the header. And radiobuttons.

How to find the date of a day of the week from a date using PHP?

Try

$date = '2012-10-11';
$day  = 1;
$days = array('Sunday', 'Monday', 'Tuesday', 'Wednesday','Thursday','Friday', 'Saturday');
echo date('Y-m-d', strtotime($days[$day], strtotime($date)));

sql query distinct with Row_Number

Try this:

;WITH CTE AS (
               SELECT DISTINCT id FROM table WHERE fid = 64
             )
SELECT id, ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY  id) AS RowNum
  FROM cte
 WHERE fid = 64

Update Rows in SSIS OLEDB Destination

Well, found a solution to my problem; Updating all rows using a SQL query and a SQL Task in SSIS Like Below. May help others if they face same challenge in future.

update Original 
set Original.Vaal= t.vaal 
from Original join (select * from staging1  union   select * from staging2) t 
on Original.id=t.id

Installing MySQL-python

On Ubuntu it is advised to use the distributions repository. So installing python-mysqldb should be straight forward:

sudo apt-get install python-mysqldb

If you actually want to use pip to install, which is as mentioned before not the suggested path but possible, please have a look at this previously asked question and answer: pip install mysql-python fails with EnvironmentError: mysql_config not found

Here is a very comprehensive guide by the developer: http://mysql-python.blogspot.no/2012/11/is-mysqldb-hard-to-install.html

To get all the prerequisites for python-mysqld to install it using pip (which you will want to do if you are using virtualenv), run this:

sudo apt-get install build-essential python-dev libmysqlclient-dev

ERROR 1064 (42000) in MySQL

Check your dump file. Looks like a stray character at the beginning. SQL isn't standard the world around, and the MySQL importer expects MySQL-friendly SQL. I'm willing to bet that your exporter did something funky.

You may have to massage the file a bit to get it to work with MySQL.

how to remove json object key and value.?

function omit(obj, key) {
    const {[key]:ignore, ...rest} = obj;
    return rest;
}

You can use ES6 spread operators like this. And to remove your key simply call

const newJson = omit(myjsonobj, "otherIndustry");

Its always better if you maintain pure function when you deal with type=object in javascript.

Function of Project > Clean in Eclipse

It removes whatever already-compiled files are in your project so that you can do a complete fresh rebuild.

What is a software framework?

A simple explanation is: A framework is a scaffold that you can you build applications around.

A framework generally provides some base functionality which you can use and extend to make more complex applications from, there are frameworks for all sorts of things. Microsofts MVC framework is a good example of this. It provides everything you need to get off the ground building website using the MVC pattern, it handles web requests, routes and the like. All you have to do is implement "Controllers" and provide "Views" which are two constructs defined by the MVC framework. The MVC framework then handles calling your controllers and rendering your views.

Perhaps not the best wording but I hope it helps

Avoiding NullPointerException in Java

Depending on what kind of objects you are checking you may be able to use some of the classes in the apache commons such as: apache commons lang and apache commons collections

Example:

String foo;
...
if( StringUtils.isBlank( foo ) ) {
   ///do something
}

or (depending on what you need to check):

String foo;
...
if( StringUtils.isEmpty( foo ) ) {
   ///do something
}

The StringUtils class is only one of many; there are quite a few good classes in the commons that do null safe manipulation.

Here follows an example of how you can use null vallidation in JAVA when you include apache library(commons-lang-2.4.jar)

public DOCUMENT read(String xml, ValidationEventHandler validationEventHandler) {
    Validate.notNull(validationEventHandler,"ValidationHandler not Injected");
    return read(new StringReader(xml), true, validationEventHandler);
}

And if you are using Spring, Spring also has the same functionality in its package, see library(spring-2.4.6.jar)

Example on how to use this static classf from spring(org.springframework.util.Assert)

Assert.notNull(validationEventHandler,"ValidationHandler not Injected");

Prime numbers between 1 to 100 in C Programming Language

#include <stdio.h>

int main () {

   int i, j;

   for(i = 2; i<100; i++) {

      for(j = 2; j <= (i/j); j++) 
      if(!(i%j)) break; // if factor found, not prime
      if(j > (i/j)) printf("%d is prime", i);
   }

   return 0;
}

How to get Printer Info in .NET?

As dowski suggested, you could use WMI to get printer properties. The following code displays all properties for a given printer name. Among them you will find: PrinterStatus, Comment, Location, DriverName, PortName, etc.

using System.Management;

...

string printerName = "YourPrinterName";
string query = string.Format("SELECT * from Win32_Printer WHERE Name LIKE '%{0}'", printerName);

using (ManagementObjectSearcher searcher = new ManagementObjectSearcher(query))
using (ManagementObjectCollection coll = searcher.Get())
{
    try
    {
        foreach (ManagementObject printer in coll)
        {
            foreach (PropertyData property in printer.Properties)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(string.Format("{0}: {1}", property.Name, property.Value));
            }
        }
    }
    catch (ManagementException ex)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(ex.Message);
    }
}

Do I commit the package-lock.json file created by npm 5?

My use of npm is to generate minified/uglified css/js and to generate the javascript needed in pages served by a django application. In my applications, Javascript runs on the page to create animations, some times perform ajax calls, work within a VUE framework and/or work with the css. If package-lock.json has some overriding control over what is in package.json, then it may be necessary that there is one version of this file. In my experience it either does not effect what is installed by npm install, or if it does, It has not to date adversely affected the applications I deploy to my knowledge. I don't use mongodb or other such applications that are traditionally thin client.

I remove package-lock.json from repo because npm install generates this file, and npm install is part of the deploy process on each server that runs the app. Version control of node and npm are done manually on each server, but I am careful that they are the same.

When npm install is run on the server, it changes package-lock.json, and if there are changes to a file that is recorded by the repo on the server, the next deploy WONT allow you to pull new changes from origin. That is you can't deploy because the pull will overwrite the changes that have been made to package-lock.json.

You can't even overwrite a locally generated package-lock.json with what is on the repo (reset hard origin master), as npm will complain when ever you issue a command if the package-lock.json does not reflect what is in node_modules due to npm install, thus breaking the deploy. Now if this indicates that slightly different versions have been installed in node_modules, once again that has never caused me problems.

If node_modules is not on your repo (and it should not be), then package-lock.json should be ignored.

If I am missing something, please correct me in the comments, but the point that versioning is taken from this file makes no sense. The file package.json has version numbers in it, and I assume this file is the one used to build packages when npm install occurs, as when I remove it, npm install complains as follows:

jason@localhost:introcart_wagtail$ rm package.json
jason@localhost:introcart_wagtail$ npm install
npm WARN saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/home/jason/webapps/introcart_devtools/introcart_wagtail/package.json'

and the build fails, however when installing node_modules or applying npm to build js/css, no complaint is made if I remove package-lock.json

jason@localhost:introcart_wagtail$ rm package-lock.json 
jason@localhost:introcart_wagtail$ npm run dev

> [email protected] dev /home/jason/webapps/introcart_devtools/introcart_wagtail
> NODE_ENV=development webpack --progress --colors --watch --mode=development

 10% building 0/1 modules 1 active ...

How to make vim paste from (and copy to) system's clipboard?

When I use my Debian vim that is not integrated with Gnome (vim --version | grep clip # shows no clipboard support), I can copy to the clipboard after holding the Shift key and selecting the text with the mouse, just like with any other curses program. As I figured from a comment by @Conner, it's the terminal (gnome-terminal in my case) that turns off its mouse event reporting when it senses my Shift press. I guess curses-based programs can receive mouse events after sending a certain Escape sequence to the terminal.

Can I convert a boolean to Yes/No in a ASP.NET GridView

You could use a Mixin.

/// <summary>
/// Adds "mixins" to the Boolean class.
/// </summary>
public static class BooleanMixins
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Converts the value of this instance to its equivalent string representation (either "Yes" or "No").
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="boolean"></param>
    /// <returns>string</returns>
    public static string ToYesNoString(this Boolean boolean)
    {
        return boolean ? "Yes" : "No";
    }
}

How can I turn a DataTable to a CSV?

Possibly, most easy way will be to use:

https://github.com/ukushu/DataExporter

especially in case of your data of datatable containing /r/n characters or separator symbol inside of your dataTable cells. Almost all of other answers will not work with such cells.

only you need is to write the following code:

Csv csv = new Csv("\t");//Needed delimiter 

var columnNames = dt.Columns.Cast<DataColumn>().
    Select(column => column.ColumnName).ToArray();

csv.AddRow(columnNames);

foreach (DataRow row in dt.Rows)
{
    var fields = row.ItemArray.Select(field => field.ToString()).ToArray;
    csv.AddRow(fields);   
}

csv.Save();

Displaying standard DataTables in MVC

Here is the answer in Razor syntax

 <table border="1" cellpadding="5">
    <thead>
       <tr>
          @foreach (System.Data.DataColumn col in Model.Columns)
          {
             <th>@col.Caption</th>
          }
       </tr>
    </thead>
    <tbody>
    @foreach(System.Data.DataRow row in Model.Rows)
    {
       <tr>
          @foreach (var cell in row.ItemArray)
          {
             <td>@cell.ToString()</td>
          }
       </tr>
    }      
    </tbody>
</table>

SQLSTATE[28000] [1045] Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES) Symfony2

In your app/config/parameters.yml

# This file is auto-generated during the composer install
parameters:
    database_driver: pdo_mysql
    database_host: 127.0.0.1
    database_port: 3306
    database_name: symfony
    database_user: root
    database_password: "your_password"
    mailer_transport: smtp
    mailer_host: 127.0.0.1
    mailer_user: null
    mailer_password: null
    locale: en
    secret: ThisTokenIsNotSoSecretChangeIt

The value of database_password should be within double or single quotes as in: "your_password" or 'your_password'.

I have seen most of users experiencing this error because they are using password with leading zero or numeric values.

Private vs Protected - Visibility Good-Practice Concern

Stop abusing private fields!!!

The comments here seem to be overwhelmingly supportive towards using private fields. Well, then I have something different to say.

Are private fields good in principle? Yes. But saying that a golden rule is make everything private when you're not sure is definitely wrong! You won't see the problem until you run into one. In my opinion, you should mark fields as protected if you're not sure.

There are two cases you want to extend a class:

  • You want to add extra functionality to a base class
  • You want to modify existing class that's outside the current package (in some libraries perhaps)

There's nothing wrong with private fields in the first case. The fact that people are abusing private fields makes it so frustrating when you find out you can't modify shit.

Consider a simple library that models cars:

class Car {
    private screw;
    public assembleCar() {
       screw.install();
    };
    private putScrewsTogether() {
       ...
    };
}

The library author thought: there's no reason the users of my library need to access the implementation detail of assembleCar() right? Let's mark screw as private.

Well, the author is wrong. If you want to modify only the assembleCar() method without copying the whole class into your package, you're out of luck. You have to rewrite your own screw field. Let's say this car uses a dozen of screws, and each of them involves some untrivial initialization code in different private methods, and these screws are all marked private. At this point, it starts to suck.

Yes, you can argue with me that well the library author could have written better code so there's nothing wrong with private fields. I'm not arguing that private field is a problem with OOP. It is a problem when people are using them.

The moral of the story is, if you're writing a library, you never know if your users want to access a particular field. If you're unsure, mark it protected so everyone would be happier later. At least don't abuse private field.

I very much support Nick's answer.

how to check the version of jar file?

Just to expand on the answers above, inside the META-INF/MANIFEST.MF file in the JAR, you will likely see a line: Manifest-Version: 1.0 ? This is NOT the jar versions number!

You need to look for Implementation-Version which, if present, is a free-text string so entirely up to the JAR's author as to what you'll find in there. See also Oracle docs and Package Version specificaion

Difference between object and class in Scala

The object is similar to the static class in Java to some extend, the static characteristic means the static class need not to create an object when putting to the JVM, it can be used by it's class name directly and the same instance(same data state) is shared wherever it is used.

error: pathspec 'test-branch' did not match any file(s) known to git

The modern Git should able to detect remote branches and create a local one on checkout.

However if you did a shallow clone (e.g. with --depth 1), try the following commands to correct it:

git config remote.origin.fetch '+refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*'
git fetch --all

and try to checkout out the branch again.

Alternatively try to unshallow your clone, e.g. git fetch --unshallow and try again.

See also: How to fetch all remote branches?

how to stop a running script in Matlab

To add on:

you can insert a time check within a loop with intensive or possible deadlock, ie.

:
section_toc_conditionalBreakOff;
:

where within this section

if (toc > timeRequiredToBreakOff)     % time conditional break off
      return;
      % other options may be:                         
      % 1. display intermediate values with pause;
      % 2. exit;                           % in some cases, extreme : kill/ quit matlab
end

getElementById in React

You need to have your function in the componentDidMount lifecycle since this is the function that is called when the DOM has loaded.

Make use of refs to access the DOM element

<input type="submit" className="nameInput" id="name" value="cp-dev1" onClick={this.writeData} ref = "cpDev1"/>

  componentDidMount: function(){
    var name = React.findDOMNode(this.refs.cpDev1).value;
    this.someOtherFunction(name);
  }

See this answer for more info on How to access the dom element in React

How to call a Parent Class's method from Child Class in Python?

ImmediateParentClass.frotz(self)

will be just fine, whether the immediate parent class defined frotz itself or inherited it. super is only needed for proper support of multiple inheritance (and then it only works if every class uses it properly). In general, AnyClass.whatever is going to look up whatever in AnyClass's ancestors if AnyClass doesn't define/override it, and this holds true for "child class calling parent's method" as for any other occurrence!

Easier way to create circle div than using an image?

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}
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<link href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.7.0/css/font-awesome.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/>_x000D_
<div><i class="fa fa-circle" aria-hidden="true"></i></div>
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Just wanted to mention another solution which answers the question of "Easier way to create circle div than using an image?" which is to use FontAwesome.

You import the fontawesome css file or from the CDN here

and then you just:

<div><i class="fa fa-circle" aria-hidden="true"></i></div>

and you can give it any color you want any font size.

Good ways to manage a changelog using git?

I let the CI server pipe the following into a file named CHANGELOG for a each new release with the date set in the release-filename:

>git log --graph --all --date=relative --pretty=format:"%x09 %ad %d %s (%aN)"

Measuring code execution time

If you use the Stopwatch class, you can use the .StartNew() method to reset the watch to 0. So you don't have to call .Reset() followed by .Start(). Might come in handy.

Typescript - multidimensional array initialization

Beware of the use of push method, if you don't use indexes, it won't work!

var main2dArray: Things[][] = []

main2dArray.push(someTmp1dArray)
main2dArray.push(someOtherTmp1dArray)

gives only a 1 line array!

use

main2dArray[0] = someTmp1dArray
main2dArray[1] = someOtherTmp1dArray

to get your 2d array working!!!

Other beware! foreach doesn't seem to work with 2d arrays!

Importing class/java files in Eclipse

First, you don't need the .class files if they are compiled from your .java classes.

To import your files, you need to create an empty Java project. They you either import them one by one (New -> File -> Advanced -> Link file) or directly copy them into their corresponding folder/package and refresh the project.

Xcode: Could not locate device support files

I have Xcode 10.1 and I can not run my application on my device with 12.2 iOS version.

The easiest solution for me was:

  1. Go with finder at Xcode location
  2. Right Click -> Show Package Contents
  3. Contents -> Developer -> Platforms -> iPhoneOS.platform -> DeviceSupport
  4. Here you find a list of supported version. Choose the most recent one and copy(In my case was 12.1 (16B91))
  5. Paste in the same folder(DeviceSupport) and call it with the version you need.(In my case was 12.2 (16E227))
  6. Close Xcode if you have it open
  7. Reconnect device if it was connected
  8. Open Xcode and build

If this trick does not working, you have to get the versions from the new Xcode version.

But you can try, saves a lot of time. Good luck!

EDIT: Or you can download your needed device support from here: https://github.com/iGhibli/iOS-DeviceSupport/tree/master/DeviceSupport

Check if character is number?

This function works for all test cases that i could find. It's also faster than:

function isNumeric (n) {
  if (!isNaN(parseFloat(n)) && isFinite(n) && !hasLeading0s(n)) {
    return true;
  }
  var _n = +n;
  return _n === Infinity || _n === -Infinity;
}

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var isIntegerTest = /^\d+$/;_x000D_
var isDigitArray = [!0, !0, !0, !0, !0, !0, !0, !0, !0, !0];_x000D_
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function hasLeading0s(s) {_x000D_
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    s.length < 2 ||_x000D_
    s[0] !== '0' ||_x000D_
    !isDigitArray[s[1]] ||_x000D_
    isIntegerTest.test(s));_x000D_
}_x000D_
var isWhiteSpaceTest = /\s/;_x000D_
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function fIsNaN(n) {_x000D_
  return !(n <= 0) && !(n > 0);_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function isNumber(s) {_x000D_
  var t = typeof s;_x000D_
  if (t === 'number') {_x000D_
    return (s <= 0) || (s > 0);_x000D_
  } else if (t === 'string') {_x000D_
    var n = +s;_x000D_
    return !(fIsNaN(n) || hasLeading0s(s) || !(n !== 0 || !(s === '' || isWhiteSpaceTest.test(s))));_x000D_
  } else if (t === 'object') {_x000D_
    return !(!(s instanceof Number) || fIsNaN(+s));_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  return false;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function testRunner(IsNumeric) {_x000D_
  var total = 0;_x000D_
  var passed = 0;_x000D_
  var failedTests = [];_x000D_
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  function test(value, result) {_x000D_
    total++;_x000D_
    if (IsNumeric(value) === result) {_x000D_
      passed++;_x000D_
    } else {_x000D_
      failedTests.push({_x000D_
        value: value,_x000D_
        expected: result_x000D_
      });_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  // true_x000D_
  test(0, true);_x000D_
  test(1, true);_x000D_
  test(-1, true);_x000D_
  test(Infinity, true);_x000D_
  test('Infinity', true);_x000D_
  test(-Infinity, true);_x000D_
  test('-Infinity', true);_x000D_
  test(1.1, true);_x000D_
  test(-0.12e-34, true);_x000D_
  test(8e5, true);_x000D_
  test('1', true);_x000D_
  test('0', true);_x000D_
  test('-1', true);_x000D_
  test('1.1', true);_x000D_
  test('11.112', true);_x000D_
  test('.1', true);_x000D_
  test('.12e34', true);_x000D_
  test('-.12e34', true);_x000D_
  test('.12e-34', true);_x000D_
  test('-.12e-34', true);_x000D_
  test('8e5', true);_x000D_
  test('0x89f', true);_x000D_
  test('00', true);_x000D_
  test('01', true);_x000D_
  test('10', true);_x000D_
  test('0e1', true);_x000D_
  test('0e01', true);_x000D_
  test('.0', true);_x000D_
  test('0.', true);_x000D_
  test('.0e1', true);_x000D_
  test('0.e1', true);_x000D_
  test('0.e00', true);_x000D_
  test('0xf', true);_x000D_
  test('0Xf', true);_x000D_
  test(Date.now(), true);_x000D_
  test(new Number(0), true);_x000D_
  test(new Number(1e3), true);_x000D_
  test(new Number(0.1234), true);_x000D_
  test(new Number(Infinity), true);_x000D_
  test(new Number(-Infinity), true);_x000D_
  // false_x000D_
  test('', false);_x000D_
  test(' ', false);_x000D_
  test(false, false);_x000D_
  test('false', false);_x000D_
  test(true, false);_x000D_
  test('true', false);_x000D_
  test('99,999', false);_x000D_
  test('#abcdef', false);_x000D_
  test('1.2.3', false);_x000D_
  test('blah', false);_x000D_
  test('\t\t', false);_x000D_
  test('\n\r', false);_x000D_
  test('\r', false);_x000D_
  test(NaN, false);_x000D_
  test('NaN', false);_x000D_
  test(null, false);_x000D_
  test('null', false);_x000D_
  test(new Date(), false);_x000D_
  test({}, false);_x000D_
  test([], false);_x000D_
  test(new Int8Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Uint8Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Uint8ClampedArray(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Int16Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Uint16Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Int32Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Uint32Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new BigInt64Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new BigUint64Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Float32Array(), false);_x000D_
  test(new Float64Array(), false);_x000D_
  test('.e0', false);_x000D_
  test('.', false);_x000D_
  test('00e1', false);_x000D_
  test('01e1', false);_x000D_
  test('00.0', false);_x000D_
  test('01.05', false);_x000D_
  test('00x0', false);_x000D_
  test(new Number(NaN), false);_x000D_
  test(new Number('abc'), false);_x000D_
  console.log('Passed ' + passed + ' of ' + total + ' tests.');_x000D_
  if (failedTests.length > 0) console.log({_x000D_
    failedTests: failedTests_x000D_
  });_x000D_
}_x000D_
testRunner(isNumber)
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null vs empty string in Oracle

This is because Oracle internally changes empty string to NULL values. Oracle simply won't let insert an empty string.

On the other hand, SQL Server would let you do what you are trying to achieve.

There are 2 workarounds here:

  1. Use another column that states whether the 'description' field is valid or not
  2. Use some dummy value for the 'description' field where you want it to store empty string. (i.e. set the field to be 'stackoverflowrocks' assuming your real data will never encounter such a description value)

Both are, of course, stupid workarounds :)

Compiler warning - suggest parentheses around assignment used as truth value

Be explicit - then the compiler won't warn that you perhaps made a mistake.

while ( (list = list->next) != NULL )

or

while ( (list = list->next) )

Some day you'll be glad the compiler told you, people do make that mistake ;)

JavaScript equivalent of PHP's in_array()

An equivalent of in_array with underscore is _.indexOf

Examples:

_.indexOf([3, 5, 8], 8); // returns 2, the index of 8 _.indexOf([3, 5, 8], 10); // returns -1, not found

Detecting request type in PHP (GET, POST, PUT or DELETE)

$request = new \Zend\Http\PhpEnvironment\Request();
$httpMethod = $request->getMethod();

In this way you can also achieve in zend framework 2 also. Thanks.

Command line tool to dump Windows DLL version?

Using Powershell it is possible to get just the Version string, i.e. 2.3.4 from any dll or exe with the following command

(Get-Item "C:\program files\OpenVPN\bin\openvpn.exe").VersionInfo.ProductVersion

Tested on Windows 10

What are these attributes: `aria-labelledby` and `aria-hidden`

HTML5 ARIA attribute is what you're looking for. It can be used in your code even without bootstrap.

Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) defines ways to make Web content and Web applications (especially those developed with Ajax and JavaScript) more accessible to people with disabilities.

To be precise for your question, here is what your attributes are called as ARIA attribute states and model

aria-labelledby: Identifies the element (or elements) that labels the current element.

aria-hidden (state): Indicates that the element and all of its descendants are not visible or perceivable to any user as implemented by the author.

array filter in python?

Use the Set type:

A_set = Set([6,7,8,9,10,11,12])
subset_of_A_set = Set([6,9,12])

result = A_set - subset_of_A_set

Find duplicate records in MongoDB

db.getCollection('orders').aggregate([  
    {$group: { 
            _id: {name: "$name"},
            uniqueIds: {$addToSet: "$_id"},
            count: {$sum: 1}
        } 
    },
    {$match: { 
        count: {"$gt": 1}
        }
    }
])

First Group Query the group according to the fields.

Then we check the unique Id and count it, If count is greater then 1 then the field is duplicate in the entire collection so that thing is to be handle by $match query.

How do I Alter Table Column datatype on more than 1 column?

ALTER TABLE can do multiple table alterations in one statement, but MODIFY COLUMN can only work on one column at a time, so you need to specify MODIFY COLUMN for each column you want to change:

ALTER TABLE webstore.Store
  MODIFY COLUMN ShortName VARCHAR(100),
  MODIFY COLUMN UrlShort VARCHAR(100);

Also, note this warning from the manual:

When you use CHANGE or MODIFY, column_definition must include the data type and all attributes that should apply to the new column, other than index attributes such as PRIMARY KEY or UNIQUE. Attributes present in the original definition but not specified for the new definition are not carried forward.

Rename Excel Sheet with VBA Macro

Suggest you add handling to test if any of the sheets to be renamed already exist:

Sub Test()

Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim ws1 As Worksheet
Dim strErr As String

On Error Resume Next
For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
Set ws1 = Sheets(ws.Name & "_v1")
    If ws1 Is Nothing Then
        ws.Name = ws.Name & "_v1"
    Else
         strErr = strErr & ws.Name & "_v1" & vbNewLine
    End If
Set ws1 = Nothing
Next
On Error GoTo 0

If Len(strErr) > 0 Then MsgBox strErr, vbOKOnly, "these sheets already existed"

End Sub

Convert java.time.LocalDate into java.util.Date type

java.time has the Temporal interface which you can use to create Instant objects from most of the the time classes. Instant represents milliseconds on the timeline in the Epoch - the base reference for all other dates and times.

We need to convert the Date into a ZonedDateTime, with a Time and a Zone, to do the conversion:

LocalDate ldate = ...;
Instant instant = Instant.from(ldate.atStartOfDay(ZoneId.of("GMT")));
Date date = Date.from(instant);

Tensorflow set CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES within jupyter

You can do it faster without any imports just by using magics:

%env CUDA_DEVICE_ORDER=PCI_BUS_ID
%env CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0

Notice that all env variable are strings, so no need to use ". You can verify that env-variable is set up by running: %env <name_of_var>. Or check all of them with %env.

How to retrieve a user environment variable in CMake (Windows)

You can also invoke itself to do this in a cross-platform way:

cmake -E env EnvironmentVariableName="Hello World" cmake ..

env [--unset=NAME]... [NAME=VALUE]... COMMAND [ARG]...

Run command in a modified environment.


Just be aware that this may only work the first time. If CMake re-configures with one of the consecutive builds (you just call e.g. make, one CMakeLists.txt was changed and CMake runs through the generation process again), the user defined environment variable may not be there anymore (in comparison to system wide environment variables).

So I transfer those user defined environment variables in my projects into a CMake cached variable:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6)

project(PrintEnv NONE)

if (NOT "$ENV{EnvironmentVariableName}" STREQUAL "")
    set(EnvironmentVariableName "$ENV{EnvironmentVariableName}" CACHE INTERNAL "Copied from environment variable")
endif()

message("EnvironmentVariableName = ${EnvironmentVariableName}")

Reference

How do I split a string in Rust?

There's also split_whitespace()

fn main() {
    let words: Vec<&str> = "   foo   bar\t\nbaz   ".split_whitespace().collect();
    println!("{:?}", words);
    // ["foo", "bar", "baz"] 
}

Using multiple arguments for string formatting in Python (e.g., '%s ... %s')

Mark Cidade's answer is right - you need to supply a tuple.

However from Python 2.6 onwards you can use format instead of %:

'{0} in {1}'.format(unicode(self.author,'utf-8'),  unicode(self.publication,'utf-8'))

Usage of % for formatting strings is no longer encouraged.

This method of string formatting is the new standard in Python 3.0, and should be preferred to the % formatting described in String Formatting Operations in new code.

tmux status bar configuration

The man page has very detailed descriptions of all of the various options (the status bar is highly configurable). Your best bet is to read through man tmux and pay particular attention to those options that begin with status-.

So, for example, status-bg red would set the background colour of the bar.

The three components of the bar, the left and right sections and the window-list in the middle, can all be configured to suit your preferences. status-left and status-right, in addition to having their own variables (like #S to list the session name) can also call custom scripts to display, for example, system information like load average or battery time.

The option to rename windows or panes based on what is currently running in them is automatic-rename. You can set, or disable it globally with:

setw -g automatic-rename [on | off]

The most straightforward way to become comfortable with building your own status bar is to start with a vanilla one and then add changes incrementally, reloading the config as you go.1

You might also want to have a look around on github or bitbucket for other people's conf files to provide some inspiration. You can see mine here2.



1 You can automate this by including this line in your .tmux.conf:

bind R source-file ~/.tmux.conf \; display-message "Config reloaded..."

You can then test your new functionality with Ctrlb,Shiftr. tmux will print a helpful error message—including a line number of the offending snippet—if you misconfigure an option.

2 Note: I call a different status bar depending on whether I am in X or the console - I find this quite useful.

Could not establish secure channel for SSL/TLS with authority '*'

Problem

I was running into the same error message while calling a third party API from my ASP.NET Core MVC project.

Could not establish secure channel for SSL/TLS with authority '{base_url_of_WS}'.

Solution

It turned out that the third party API's server required TLS 1.2. To resolve this issue, I added the following line of code to my controller's constructor:

System.Net.ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = System.Net.SecurityProtocolType.Tls12;

Maven home (M2_HOME) not being picked up by IntelliJ IDEA

Another option is to add the M2_HOME variable at: IntelliJ IDEA=>Preferences=>IDE Settings=>Path Variables

After a restart of IntelliJ, IntelliJ IDEA=>Preferences=>Project Settings=>Maven=>Maven home directory should be set to your M2_HOME variable.

Replace values in list using Python

Here's another way:

>>> L = range (11)
>>> map(lambda x: x if x%2 else None, L)
[None, 1, None, 3, None, 5, None, 7, None, 9, None]

Output Django queryset as JSON

If the goal is to build an API that allow you to access your models in JSON format I recommend you to use the django-restframework that is an enormously popular package within the Django community to achieve this type of tasks.

It include useful features such as Pagination, Defining Serializers, Nested models/relations and more. Even if you only want to do minor Javascript tasks and Ajax calls I would still suggest you to build a proper API using the Django Rest Framework instead of manually defining the JSON response.

How to stop "setInterval"

Store the return of setInterval in a variable, and use it later to clear the interval.

var timer = null;
$("textarea").blur(function(){
    timer = window.setInterval(function(){ ... whatever ... }, 2000);
}).focus(function(){
    if(timer){
       window.clearInterval(timer);
       timer = null
    }
});

Selecting only numeric columns from a data frame

library(purrr)
x <- x %>% keep(is.numeric)

What is the difference between char array and char pointer in C?

char p[3] = "hello" ? should be char p[6] = "hello" remember there is a '\0' char in the end of a "string" in C.

anyway, array in C is just a pointer to the first object of an adjust objects in the memory. the only different s are in semantics. while you can change the value of a pointer to point to a different location in the memory an array, after created, will always point to the same location.
also when using array the "new" and "delete" is automatically done for you.

SQL Developer with JDK (64 bit) cannot find JVM

For Windows Users: If anyone downloaded a non-jre version and faced issue, then later trying with the JRE version and still facing the issue, you need to delete SQLDeveloper folder inside "%AppData%\sqldeveloper". After deleting try opening sqldeveloper.exe again.

Print empty line?

Python's print function adds a newline character to its input. If you give it no input it will just print a newline character

print()

Will print an empty line. If you want to have an extra line after some text you're printing, you can a newline to your text

my_str = "hello world"
print(my_str + "\n")

If you're doing this a lot, you can also tell print to add 2 newlines instead of just one by changing the end= parameter (by default end="\n")

print("hello world", end="\n\n")

But you probably don't need this last method, the two before are much clearer.

Best way to check for nullable bool in a condition expression (if ...)

Actually I think that (nullableBool ?? false) is a legitimate option especially when you are trying to evaluate a nullable bool in linq.

For example:

array.Select(v => v.nullableBool ?? false)
(from v in array where v.nullableBool ?? false)

Is cleaner in my opinion as opposed to:

array.Select(v => v.nullableBool.HasValue ? v.nullableBool.Value : false)
(from v in array where v.nullableBool.HasValue ? v.nullableBool.Value : false)

How to check if any Checkbox is checked in Angular

If you have only one checkbox, you can do this easily with just ng-model:

<input type="checkbox" ng-model="checked"/>
<button ng-disabled="!checked"> Next </button>

And initialize $scope.checked in your Controller (default=false). The official doc discourages the use of ng-init in that case.

Compare integer in bash, unary operator expected

Judging from the error message the value of i was the empty string when you executed it, not 0.

How to initialize a JavaScript Date to a particular time zone

Maybe this will help you

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 * Shift any Date timezone._x000D_
 * @param {Date} date - Date to update._x000D_
 * @param {string} timezone - Timezone as `-03:00`._x000D_
 */_x000D_
function timezoneShifter(date, timezone) {_x000D_
  let isBehindGTM = false;_x000D_
  if (timezone.startsWith("-")) {_x000D_
    timezone = timezone.substr(1);_x000D_
    isBehindGTM = true;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
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  const [hDiff, mDiff] = timezone.split(":").map((t) => parseInt(t));_x000D_
  const diff = hDiff * 60 + mDiff * (isBehindGTM ? 1 : -1);_x000D_
  const currentDiff = new Date().getTimezoneOffset();_x000D_
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  return new Date(date.valueOf() + (currentDiff - diff) * 60 * 1000);_x000D_
}_x000D_
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const _now = new Date()_x000D_
console.log(_x000D_
  [_x000D_
    "Here: " + _now.toLocaleString(),_x000D_
    "Greenwich: " + timezoneShifter(_now, "00:00").toLocaleString(),_x000D_
    "New York: " + timezoneShifter(_now, "-04:00").toLocaleString(),_x000D_
    "Tokyo: " + timezoneShifter(_now, "+09:00").toLocaleString(),_x000D_
    "Buenos Aires: " + timezoneShifter(_now, "-03:00").toLocaleString(),_x000D_
  ].join('\n')_x000D_
);
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Convert multiple rows into one with comma as separator

good review of several approaches:

http://blogs.msmvps.com/robfarley/2007/04/07/coalesce-is-not-the-answer-to-string-concatentation-in-t-sql/

Article copy -

Coalesce is not the answer to string concatentation in T-SQL I've seen many posts over the years about using the COALESCE function to get string concatenation working in T-SQL. This is one of the examples here (borrowed from Readifarian Marc Ridey).

DECLARE @categories varchar(200)
SET @categories = NULL

SELECT @categories = COALESCE(@categories + ',','') + Name
FROM Production.ProductCategory

SELECT @categories

This query can be quite effective, but care needs to be taken, and the use of COALESCE should be properly understood. COALESCE is the version of ISNULL which can take more than two parameters. It returns the first thing in the list of parameters which is not null. So really it has nothing to do with concatenation, and the following piece of code is exactly the same - without using COALESCE:

DECLARE @categories varchar(200)
SET @categories = ''

SELECT @categories = @categories + ',' + Name
FROM Production.ProductCategory

SELECT @categories

But the unordered nature of databases makes this unreliable. The whole reason why T-SQL doesn't (yet) have a concatenate function is that this is an aggregate for which the order of elements is important. Using this variable-assignment method of string concatenation, you may actually find that the answer that gets returned doesn't have all the values in it, particularly if you want the substrings put in a particular order. Consider the following, which on my machine only returns ',Accessories', when I wanted it to return ',Bikes,Clothing,Components,Accessories':

DECLARE @categories varchar(200)
SET @categories = NULL

SELECT @categories = COALESCE(@categories + ',','') + Name
FROM Production.ProductCategory
ORDER BY LEN(Name)

SELECT @categories

Far better is to use a method which does take order into consideration, and which has been included in SQL2005 specifically for the purpose of string concatenation - FOR XML PATH('')

SELECT ',' + Name
FROM Production.ProductCategory
ORDER BY LEN(Name)
FOR XML PATH('') 

In the post I made recently comparing GROUP BY and DISTINCT when using subqueries, I demonstrated the use of FOR XML PATH(''). Have a look at this and you'll see how it works in a subquery. The 'STUFF' function is only there to remove the leading comma.

USE tempdb;
GO
CREATE TABLE t1 (id INT, NAME VARCHAR(MAX));
INSERT t1 values (1,'Jamie');
INSERT t1 values (1,'Joe');
INSERT t1 values (1,'John');
INSERT t1 values (2,'Sai');
INSERT t1 values (2,'Sam');
GO

select
    id,
    stuff((
        select ',' + t.[name]
        from t1 t
        where t.id = t1.id
        order by t.[name]
        for xml path('')
    ),1,1,'') as name_csv
from t1
group by id
; 

FOR XML PATH is one of the only situations in which you can use ORDER BY in a subquery. The other is TOP. And when you use an unnamed column and FOR XML PATH(''), you will get a straight concatenation, with no XML tags. This does mean that the strings will be HTML Encoded, so if you're concatenating strings which may have the < character (etc), then you should maybe fix that up afterwards, but either way, this is still the best way of concatenating strings in SQL Server 2005.

How to debug in Django, the good way?

I use PyCharm and stand by it all the way. It cost me a little but I have to say the advantage that I get out of it is priceless. I tried debugging from console and I do give people a lot of credit who can do that, but for me being able to visually debug my application(s) is great.

I have to say though, PyCharm does take a lot of memory. But then again, nothing good is free in life. They just came with their latest version 3. It also plays very well with Django, Flask and Google AppEngine. So, all in all, I'd say it's a great handy tool to have for any developer.

If you are not using it yet, I'd recommend to get the trial version for 30 days to take a look at the power of PyCharm. I'm sure there are other tools also available, such as Aptana. But I guess I just also like the way PyCharm looks. I feel very comfortable debugging my apps there.

Display fullscreen mode on Tkinter

root = Tk()
root.geomentry('1599x1499')

How do I get a HttpServletRequest in my spring beans?

If FlexContext is not available:

Solution 1: inside method (>= Spring 2.0 required)

HttpServletRequest request = 
        ((ServletRequestAttributes)RequestContextHolder.getRequestAttributes())
                .getRequest();

Solution 2: inside bean (supported by >= 2.5, Spring 3.0 for singelton beans required!)

@Autowired
private HttpServletRequest request;

Python: Converting from ISO-8859-1/latin1 to UTF-8

concept = concept.encode('ascii', 'ignore') 
concept = MySQLdb.escape_string(concept.decode('latin1').encode('utf8').rstrip())

I do this, I am not sure if that is a good approach but it works everytime !!

Tokenizing Error: java.util.regex.PatternSyntaxException, dangling metacharacter '*'

No, the problem is that * is a reserved character in regexes, so you need to escape it.

String [] separado = line.split("\\*");

* means "zero or more of the previous expression" (see the Pattern Javadocs), and you weren't giving it any previous expression, making your split expression illegal. This is why the error was a PatternSyntaxException.

How to use placeholder as default value in select2 framework

$('#ddlSelect').prepend('<option selected=""></option>').select2({placeholder: "Select Month"});

Why doesn't JavaScript have a last method?

You can do something like this:

[10, 20, 30, 40].slice(-1)[0]

_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log([10, 20, 30, 40].slice(-1)[0])
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

The amount of helper methods that can be added to a language is infinite. I suppose they just haven't considered adding this one.

Compare one String with multiple values in one expression

!string.matches("a|b|c|d") 

works fine for me.

How to vertically align a html radio button to it's label?

While I agree tables shouldn't be used for design layouts contrary to popular belief they do pass validation. i.e. the table tag is not deprecated. The best way to align radio buttons is using the vertical align middle CSS with margins adjusted on the input elements.

jQuery: Slide left and slide right

You can do this with the additional effects in jQuery UI: See here for details

Quick example:

$(this).hide("slide", { direction: "left" }, 1000);
$(this).show("slide", { direction: "left" }, 1000);

Removing highcharts.com credits link

Add this to your css.

.highcharts-credits {
display: none !important;
}

How can I make a ComboBox non-editable in .NET?

To make the text portion of a ComboBox non-editable, set the DropDownStyle property to "DropDownList". The ComboBox is now essentially select-only for the user. You can do this in the Visual Studio designer, or in C# like this:

stateComboBox.DropDownStyle = ComboBoxStyle.DropDownList;

Link to the documentation for the ComboBox DropDownStyle property on MSDN.

String field value length in mongoDB

This query will give both field value and length:

db.usercollection.aggregate([
{
    $project: {
        "name": 1,
        "length": { $strLenCP: "$name" }
    }} ])

How to run Tensorflow on CPU

You could use tf.config.set_visible_devices. One possible function that allows you to set if and which GPUs to use is:

import tensorflow as tf

def set_gpu(gpu_ids_list):
    gpus = tf.config.list_physical_devices('GPU')
    if gpus:
        try:
            gpus_used = [gpus[i] for i in gpu_ids_list]
            tf.config.set_visible_devices(gpus_used, 'GPU')
            logical_gpus = tf.config.experimental.list_logical_devices('GPU')
            print(len(gpus), "Physical GPUs,", len(logical_gpus), "Logical GPU")
        except RuntimeError as e:
            # Visible devices must be set before GPUs have been initialized
            print(e)

Suppose you are on a system with 4 GPUs and you want to use only two GPUs, the one with id = 0 and the one with id = 2, then the first command of your code, immediately after importing the libraries, would be:

set_gpu([0, 2])

In your case, to use only the CPU, you can invoke the function with an empty list:

set_gpu([])

For completeness, if you want to avoid that the runtime initialization will allocate all memory on the device, you can use tf.config.experimental.set_memory_growth. Finally, the function to manage which devices to use, occupying the GPUs memory dynamically, becomes:

import tensorflow as tf

def set_gpu(gpu_ids_list):
    gpus = tf.config.list_physical_devices('GPU')
    if gpus:
        try:
            gpus_used = [gpus[i] for i in gpu_ids_list]
            tf.config.set_visible_devices(gpus_used, 'GPU')
            for gpu in gpus_used:
                tf.config.experimental.set_memory_growth(gpu, True)
            logical_gpus = tf.config.experimental.list_logical_devices('GPU')
            print(len(gpus), "Physical GPUs,", len(logical_gpus), "Logical GPU")
        except RuntimeError as e:
            # Visible devices must be set before GPUs have been initialized
            print(e)

git ignore exception

!foo.dll in .gitignore, or (every time!) git add -f foo.dll

Get element by id - Angular2

Complate Angular Way ( Set/Get value by Id ):

// In Html tag

 <button (click) ="setValue()">Set Value</button>
 <input type="text"  #userNameId />

// In component .ts File

    export class testUserClass {
       @ViewChild('userNameId') userNameId: ElementRef;

      ngAfterViewInit(){
         console.log(this.userNameId.nativeElement.value );
       }

      setValue(){
        this.userNameId.nativeElement.value = "Sample user Name";
      }



   }

Convert from days to milliseconds

In addition to the other answers, there is also the TimeUnit class which allows you to convert one time duration to another. For example, to find out how many milliseconds make up one day:

TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.convert(1, TimeUnit.DAYS); //gives 86400000

Note that this method takes a long, so if you have a fraction of a day, you will have to multiply it by the number of milliseconds in one day.

foreach loop in angularjs

In Angular 7 the for loop is like below

var values = [
        {
            "name":"Thomas",
            "password":"thomas"
        },
        { 
            "name":"linda",
            "password":"linda"
        }];

for (let item of values)
{
}

How to adjust gutter in Bootstrap 3 grid system?

(Posted on behalf of the OP).

I believe I figured it out.

In my case, I added [class*="col-"] {padding: 0 7.5px;};.

Then added .row {margin: 0 -7.5px;}.

This works pretty well, except there is 1px margin on both sides. So I just make .row {margin: 0 -7.5px;} to .row {margin: 0 -8.5px;}, then it works perfectly.

I have no idea why there is a 1px margin. Maybe someone can explain it?

See the sample I created:

Demo
Code

set option "selected" attribute from dynamic created option

// Get <select> object
var sel = $('country');

// Loop through and look for value match, then break
for(i=0;i<sel.length;i++) { if(sel.value=="ID") { break; } }

// Select index 
sel.options.selectedIndex = i;

Begitu loh.

React Native fetch() Network Request Failed

For us it was because we were uploading a file and the RN filePicker did not give the proper mime type. It just gave us 'image' as the type. We needed to change it to 'image/jpg' to get the fetch to work.

form.append(uploadFileName, {
  uri : localImage.full,
  type: 'image/jpeg',
  name: uploadFileName
 })

Convert a python UTC datetime to a local datetime using only python standard library?

I think I figured it out: computes number of seconds since epoch, then converts to a local timzeone using time.localtime, and then converts the time struct back into a datetime...

EPOCH_DATETIME = datetime.datetime(1970,1,1)
SECONDS_PER_DAY = 24*60*60

def utc_to_local_datetime( utc_datetime ):
    delta = utc_datetime - EPOCH_DATETIME
    utc_epoch = SECONDS_PER_DAY * delta.days + delta.seconds
    time_struct = time.localtime( utc_epoch )
    dt_args = time_struct[:6] + (delta.microseconds,)
    return datetime.datetime( *dt_args )

It applies the summer/winter DST correctly:

>>> utc_to_local_datetime( datetime.datetime(2010, 6, 6, 17, 29, 7, 730000) )
datetime.datetime(2010, 6, 6, 19, 29, 7, 730000)
>>> utc_to_local_datetime( datetime.datetime(2010, 12, 6, 17, 29, 7, 730000) )
datetime.datetime(2010, 12, 6, 18, 29, 7, 730000)

Check if object value exists within a Javascript array of objects and if not add a new object to array

I like Andy's answer, but the id isn't going to necessarily be unique, so here's what I came up with to create a unique ID also. Can be checked at jsfiddle too. Please note that arr.length + 1 may very well not guarantee a unique ID if anything had been removed previously.

var array = [ { id: 1, username: 'fred' }, { id: 2, username: 'bill' }, { id: 3, username: 'ted' } ];
var usedname = 'bill';
var newname = 'sam';

// don't add used name
console.log('before usedname: ' + JSON.stringify(array));
tryAdd(usedname, array);
console.log('before newname: ' + JSON.stringify(array));
tryAdd(newname, array);
console.log('after newname: ' + JSON.stringify(array));

function tryAdd(name, array) {
    var found = false;
    var i = 0;
    var maxId = 1;
    for (i in array) {
        // Check max id
        if (maxId <= array[i].id)
            maxId = array[i].id + 1;

        // Don't need to add if we find it
        if (array[i].username === name)
            found = true;
    }

    if (!found)
        array[++i] = { id: maxId, username: name };
}

Mockito, JUnit and Spring

The difference in whether you have to instantiate your @InjectMocks annotated field is in the version of Mockito, not in whether you use the MockitoJunitRunner or MockitoAnnotations.initMocks. In 1.9, which will also handle some constructor injection of your @Mock fields, it will do the instantiation for you. In earlier versions, you have to instantiate it yourself.

This is how I do unit testing of my Spring beans. There is no problem. People run into confusion when they want to use Spring configuration files to actually do the injection of the mocks, which is crossing up the point of unit tests and integration tests.

And of course the unit under test is an Impl. You need to test a real concrete thing, right? Even if you declared it as an interface you would have to instantiate the real thing to test it. Now, you could get into spies, which are stub/mock wrappers around real objects, but that should be for corner cases.

How to decompile a whole Jar file?

First of all, it's worth remembering that all Java archive files (.jar/.war/etc...) are all basically just fancy.zip files, with a few added manifests and metadata.

Second, to tackle this problem I personally use several tools which handle this problem on all levels:

  • Jad + Jadclipse while working in IDE for decompiling .class files
  • WinRAR, my favorite compression tool natively supports Java archives (again, see first paragraph).
  • Beyond Compare, my favorite diff tool, when configured correctly can do on-the-fly comparisons between any archive file, including jars. Well worth a try.

The advantage of all the aforementioned, is that I do not need to hold any other external tool which clutters my work environment. Everything I will ever need from one of those files can be handled inside my IDE or diffed with other files natively.

Get Element value with minidom with Python

It should just be

name[0].firstChild.nodeValue

Border color on default input style

border-color: transparent; border: 1px solid red;

Convert UTC/GMT time to local time

I know this is an older question, but I ran into a similar situation, and I wanted to share what I had found for future searchers, possibly including myself :).

DateTime.Parse() can be tricky -- see here for example.

If the DateTime is coming from a Web service or some other source with a known format, you might want to consider something like

DateTime.ParseExact(dateString, 
                   "MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss", 
                   CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, 
                   DateTimeStyles.AssumeUniversal | DateTimeStyles.AdjustToUniversal)

or, even better,

DateTime.TryParseExact(...)

The AssumeUniversal flag tells the parser that the date/time is already UTC; the combination of AssumeUniversal and AdjustToUniversal tells it not to convert the result to "local" time, which it will try to do by default. (I personally try to deal exclusively with UTC in the business / application / service layer(s) anyway. But bypassing the conversion to local time also speeds things up -- by 50% or more in my tests, see below.)

Here's what we were doing before:

DateTime.Parse(dateString, new CultureInfo("en-US"))

We had profiled the app and found that the DateTime.Parse represented a significant percentage of CPU usage. (Incidentally, the CultureInfo constructor was not a significant contributor to CPU usage.)

So I set up a console app to parse a date/time string 10000 times in a variety of ways. Bottom line:
Parse() 10 sec
ParseExact() (converting to local) 20-45 ms
ParseExact() (not converting to local) 10-15 ms
... and yes, the results for Parse() are in seconds, whereas the others are in milliseconds.

Reactive forms - disabled attribute

I have been using [attr.disabled] because I still like this template driven than programmatic enable()/disable() as it is superior IMO.

Change

<md-input formControlName="id" placeholder="ID" [disabled]="true"></md-input>

to

<md-input formControlName="id" placeholder="ID" [attr.disabled]="true"></md-input>

If you are on newer material change md-input to mat-input.

Google Maps V3 marker with label

The way to do this without use of plugins is to make a subclass of google's OverlayView() method.

https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/reference?hl=en#OverlayView

You make a custom function and apply it to the map.

function Label() { 
    this.setMap(g.map);
};

Now you prototype your subclass and add HTML nodes:

Label.prototype = new google.maps.OverlayView; //subclassing google's overlayView
Label.prototype.onAdd = function() {
        this.MySpecialDiv               = document.createElement('div');
        this.MySpecialDiv.className     = 'MyLabel';
        this.getPanes().overlayImage.appendChild(this.MySpecialDiv); //attach it to overlay panes so it behaves like markers

}

you also have to implement remove and draw functions as stated in the API docs, or this won't work.

Label.prototype.onRemove = function() {
... // remove your stuff and its events if any
}
Label.prototype.draw = function() {
      var position = this.getProjection().fromLatLngToDivPixel(this.get('position')); // translate map latLng coords into DOM px coords for css positioning
var pos = this.get('position');
            $('.myLabel')
            .css({
                'top'   : position.y + 'px',
                'left'  : position.x + 'px'
            })
        ;
}

That's the gist of it, you'll have to do some more work in your specific implementation.

Setting equal heights for div's with jQuery

function setEqualHeight(columns) {
  var tallestColumn = 0;

  columns.each(function(){
    var currentHeight = $(this).height();

    if(currentHeight > tallestColumn){
      tallestColumn  = currentHeight;
    }
  });

  columns.height(tallestColumn);
}

=> setEqualHeight($('.column'));

Jquery change background color

This is how it should be:

Code:

$(function(){
  $("button").mouseover(function(){
    var $p = $("#P44");
    $p.stop()
      .css("background-color","yellow")
      .hide(1500, function() {
          $p.css("background-color","red")
            .show(1500);
      });
  });
});

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/p7w9W/2/

Explanation:

You have to wait for the callback on the animating functions before you switch background color. You should also not use only numeric ID:s, and if you have an ID of your <p> there you shouldn't include a class in your selector.

I also enhanced your code (caching of the jQuery object, chaining, etc.)

Update: As suggested by VKolev the color is now changing when the item is hidden.

Default fetch type for one-to-one, many-to-one and one-to-many in Hibernate

I know the answers were correct at the time of asking the question - but since people (like me this minute) still happen to find them wondering why their WildFly 10 was behaving differently, I'd like to give an update for the current Hibernate 5.x version:

In the Hibernate 5.2 User Guide it is stated in chapter 11.2. Applying fetch strategies:

The Hibernate recommendation is to statically mark all associations lazy and to use dynamic fetching strategies for eagerness. This is unfortunately at odds with the JPA specification which defines that all one-to-one and many-to-one associations should be eagerly fetched by default. Hibernate, as a JPA provider, honors that default.

So Hibernate as well behaves like Ashish Agarwal stated above for JPA:

OneToMany: LAZY
ManyToOne: EAGER
ManyToMany: LAZY
OneToOne: EAGER

(see JPA 2.1 Spec)