Programs & Examples On #Xmlinclude

Use the XmlInclude or SoapInclude attribute to specify types that are not known statically

Base on this I was able to solve this by changing the constructor of XmlSerializer I was using instead of changing the classes.

Instead of using something like this (suggested in the other answers):

[XmlInclude(typeof(Derived))]
public class Base {}

public class Derived : Base {}

public void Serialize()
{
    TextWriter writer = new StreamWriter(SchedulePath);
    XmlSerializer xmlSerializer = new XmlSerializer(typeof(List<Derived>));
    xmlSerializer.Serialize(writer, data);
    writer.Close();
}

I did this:

public class Base {}

public class Derived : Base {}

public void Serialize()
{
    TextWriter writer = new StreamWriter(SchedulePath);
    XmlSerializer xmlSerializer = new XmlSerializer(typeof(List<Derived>), new[] { typeof(Derived) });
    xmlSerializer.Serialize(writer, data);
    writer.Close();
}

Sequelize, convert entity to plain object

you can use map function. this is worked for me.

db.Sensors
    .findAll({
        where: { nodeid: node.nodeid }
     })
    .map(el => el.get({ plain: true }))
    .then((rows)=>{
        response.json( rows )
     });

How can I append a string to an existing field in MySQL?

Update image field to add full URL, ignoring null fields:

UPDATE test SET image = CONCAT('https://my-site.com/images/',image) WHERE image IS NOT NULL;

How to use select/option/NgFor on an array of objects in Angular2

I don't know what things were like in the alpha, but I'm using beta 12 right now and this works fine. If you have an array of objects, create a select like this:

<select [(ngModel)]="simpleValue"> // value is a string or number
    <option *ngFor="let obj of objArray" [value]="obj.value">{{obj.name}}</option>
</select>

If you want to match on the actual object, I'd do it like this:

<select [(ngModel)]="objValue"> // value is an object
    <option *ngFor="let obj of objArray" [ngValue]="obj">{{obj.name}}</option>
</select>

Showing the same file in both columns of a Sublime Text window

I would suggest you to use Origami. Its a great plugin for splitting the screen. For better information on keyboard short cuts install it and after restarting Sublime text open Preferences->Package Settings -> Origami -> Key Bindings - Default

For specific to your question I would suggest you to see the short cuts related to cloning of files in the above mentioned file.

What's the difference between select_related and prefetch_related in Django ORM?

Your understanding is mostly correct. You use select_related when the object that you're going to be selecting is a single object, so OneToOneField or a ForeignKey. You use prefetch_related when you're going to get a "set" of things, so ManyToManyFields as you stated or reverse ForeignKeys. Just to clarify what I mean by "reverse ForeignKeys" here's an example:

class ModelA(models.Model):
    pass

class ModelB(models.Model):
    a = ForeignKey(ModelA)

ModelB.objects.select_related('a').all() # Forward ForeignKey relationship
ModelA.objects.prefetch_related('modelb_set').all() # Reverse ForeignKey relationship

The difference is that select_related does an SQL join and therefore gets the results back as part of the table from the SQL server. prefetch_related on the other hand executes another query and therefore reduces the redundant columns in the original object (ModelA in the above example). You may use prefetch_related for anything that you can use select_related for.

The tradeoffs are that prefetch_related has to create and send a list of IDs to select back to the server, this can take a while. I'm not sure if there's a nice way of doing this in a transaction, but my understanding is that Django always just sends a list and says SELECT ... WHERE pk IN (...,...,...) basically. In this case if the prefetched data is sparse (let's say U.S. State objects linked to people's addresses) this can be very good, however if it's closer to one-to-one, this can waste a lot of communications. If in doubt, try both and see which performs better.

Everything discussed above is basically about the communications with the database. On the Python side however prefetch_related has the extra benefit that a single object is used to represent each object in the database. With select_related duplicate objects will be created in Python for each "parent" object. Since objects in Python have a decent bit of memory overhead this can also be a consideration.

Clear git local cache

To remove cached .idea/ directory. e.g. git rm -r --cached .idea

Numpy isnan() fails on an array of floats (from pandas dataframe apply)

np.isnan can be applied to NumPy arrays of native dtype (such as np.float64):

In [99]: np.isnan(np.array([np.nan, 0], dtype=np.float64))
Out[99]: array([ True, False], dtype=bool)

but raises TypeError when applied to object arrays:

In [96]: np.isnan(np.array([np.nan, 0], dtype=object))
TypeError: ufunc 'isnan' not supported for the input types, and the inputs could not be safely coerced to any supported types according to the casting rule ''safe''

Since you have Pandas, you could use pd.isnull instead -- it can accept NumPy arrays of object or native dtypes:

In [97]: pd.isnull(np.array([np.nan, 0], dtype=float))
Out[97]: array([ True, False], dtype=bool)

In [98]: pd.isnull(np.array([np.nan, 0], dtype=object))
Out[98]: array([ True, False], dtype=bool)

Note that None is also considered a null value in object arrays.

Can I use return value of INSERT...RETURNING in another INSERT?

table_ex

id default nextval('table_id_seq'::regclass),

camp1 varchar

camp2 varchar

INSERT INTO table_ex(camp1,camp2) VALUES ('xxx','123') RETURNING id 

WCF service maxReceivedMessageSize basicHttpBinding issue

Removing the name from your binding will make it apply to all endpoints, and should produce the desired results. As so:

<services>
  <service name="Service.IService">
    <clear />
    <endpoint binding="basicHttpBinding" contract="Service.IService" />
  </service>
</services>
<bindings>
  <basicHttpBinding>
    <binding maxBufferSize="2147483647" maxReceivedMessageSize="2147483647">
      <readerQuotas maxDepth="32" maxStringContentLength="2147483647"
        maxArrayLength="16348" maxBytesPerRead="4096" maxNameTableCharCount="16384" />
    </binding>
  </basicHttpBinding>
  <webHttpBinding>
    <binding maxBufferSize="2147483647" maxReceivedMessageSize="2147483647" />
  </webHttpBinding>
</bindings>

Also note that I removed the bindingConfiguration attribute from the endpoint node. Otherwise you would get an exception.

This same solution was found here : Problem with large requests in WCF

How do I declare a global variable in VBA?

This is a question about scope.

If you only want the variables to last the lifetime of the function, use Dim (short for Dimension) inside the function or sub to declare the variables:

Function AddSomeNumbers() As Integer
    Dim intA As Integer
    Dim intB As Integer
    intA = 2
    intB = 3
    AddSomeNumbers = intA + intB
End Function
'intA and intB are no longer available since the function ended

A global variable (as SLaks pointed out) is declared outside of the function using the Public keyword. This variable will be available during the life of your running application. In the case of Excel, this means the variables will be available as long as that particular Excel workbook is open.

Public intA As Integer
Private intB As Integer

Function AddSomeNumbers() As Integer
    intA = 2
    intB = 3
    AddSomeNumbers = intA + intB
End Function
'intA and intB are still both available.  However, because intA is public,  '
'it can also be referenced from code in other modules. Because intB is private,'
'it will be hidden from other modules.

You can also have variables that are only accessible within a particular module (or class) by declaring them with the Private keyword.

If you're building a big application and feel a need to use global variables, I would recommend creating a separate module just for your global variables. This should help you keep track of them in one place.

Import existing source code to GitHub

Solution for me:

The problem is the size of a file, which cannot exceed 100M.

Before migrating to github, in the repository do this:

git clone --mirror git://example.com/some-big-repo.git

wget http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/madgag/bfg/1.12.12/bfg-1.12.12.jar

mv bfg-1.12.12.jar bfg.jar

java -jar bfg.jar --strip-blobs-bigger-than 100M some-big-repo.git

cd some-big-repo.git

git reflog expire --expire=now --all && git gc --prune=now --aggressive

git push

Ready!

Now make the migration again by the tool: https://github.com/new/import

see more: Error while pushing to github repo and https://rtyley.github.io/bfg-repo-cleaner/

I hope I helped you. :)

jQuery 'input' event

I think 'input' simply works here the same way 'oninput' does in the DOM Level O Event Model.

Incidentally:

Just as silkfire commented it, I too googled for 'jQuery input event'. Thus I was led to here and astounded to learn that 'input' is an acceptable parameter to jquery's bind() command. In jQuery in Action (p. 102, 2008 ed.) 'input' is not mentionned as a possible event (against 20 others, from 'blur' to 'unload'). It is true that, on p. 92, the contrary could be surmised from rereading (i.e. from a reference to different string identifiers between Level 0 and Level 2 models). That is quite misleading.

Notification Icon with the new Firebase Cloud Messaging system

Unfortunately this was a limitation of Firebase Notifications in SDK 9.0.0-9.6.1. When the app is in the background the launcher icon is use from the manifest (with the requisite Android tinting) for messages sent from the console.

With SDK 9.8.0 however, you can override the default! In your AndroidManifest.xml you can set the following fields to customise the icon and color:

<meta-data
        android:name="com.google.firebase.messaging.default_notification_icon"
        android:resource="@drawable/notification_icon" />
<meta-data android:name="com.google.firebase.messaging.default_notification_color"
        android:resource="@color/google_blue" />

Note that if the app is in the foreground (or a data message is sent) you can completely use your own logic to customise the display. You can also always customise the icon if sending the message from the HTTP/XMPP APIs.

How to execute a command prompt command from python

Using ' and " at the same time works great for me (Windows 10, python 3)

import os
os.system('"some cmd command here"')

for example to open my web browser I can use this:

os.system('"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"')

(Edit) for an easier way to open your browser I can use this:

import webbrowser
webbrowser.open('website or leave it alone if you only want to open the 
browser')

How to open an external file from HTML

Try formatting the link like this (looks hellish, but it works in Firefox 3 under Vista for me) :

<a href="file://///SERVER/directory/file.ext">file.ext</a>

What is the height of iPhone's onscreen keyboard?

I can't find latest answer, so I check it all with simulator.(iOS 11.0)


Device | Screen Height | Portrait | Landscape

iPhone 4s | 480.0 | 216.0 | 162.0

iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE | 568.0 | 216.0 | 162.0

iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X | 667.0 | 216.0 | 162.0

iPhone 6 plus, iPhone 7 plus, iPhone 8 plus | 736.0 | 226.0 | 162.0

iPad 5th generation, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad Pro 10.5, iPad Pro 12.9 | 1024.0 | 265.0 | 353.0


Thanks!

Do you (really) write exception safe code?

Some of us prefer languages like Java which force us to declare all the exceptions thrown by methods, instead of making them invisible as in C++ and C#.

When done properly, exceptions are superior to error return codes, if for no other reason than you don't have to propagate failures up the call chain manually.

That being said, low-level API library programming should probably avoid exception handling, and stick to error return codes.

It's been my experience that it's difficult to write clean exception handling code in C++. I end up using new(nothrow) a lot.

regular expression for DOT

Use String.Replace() if you just want to replace the dots from string. Alternative would be to use Pattern-Matcher with StringBuilder, this gives you more flexibility as you can find groups that are between dots. If using the latter, i would recommend that you ignore empty entries with "\\.+".

public static int count(String str, String regex) {
    int i = 0;
    Pattern p = Pattern.compile(regex);
    Matcher m = p.matcher(str);
    while (m.find()) {
        m.group();
        i++;
    }
    return i;
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
    int i = 0, j = 0, k = 0;
    String str = "-.-..-...-.-.--..-k....k...k..k.k-.-";

    // this will just remove dots
    System.out.println(str.replaceAll("\\.", ""));
    // this will just remove sequences of ".." dots
    System.out.println(str.replaceAll("\\.{2}", ""));
    // this will just remove sequences of dots, and gets
    // multiple of dots as 1
    System.out.println(str.replaceAll("\\.+", ""));

    /* for this to be more obvious, consider following */
    System.out.println(count(str, "\\."));
    System.out.println(count(str, "\\.{2}"));
    System.out.println(count(str, "\\.+"));
}

The output will be:

--------kkkkk--
-.--.-.-.---kk.kk.k-.-
--------kkkkk--
21
7
11

Background thread with QThread in PyQt

Very nice example from Matt, I fixed the typo and also pyqt4.8 is common now so I removed the dummy class as well and added an example for the dataReady signal

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import sys
from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui
from PyQt4.QtCore import Qt


# very testable class (hint: you can use mock.Mock for the signals)
class Worker(QtCore.QObject):
    finished = QtCore.pyqtSignal()
    dataReady = QtCore.pyqtSignal(list, dict)

    @QtCore.pyqtSlot()
    def processA(self):
        print "Worker.processA()"
        self.finished.emit()

    @QtCore.pyqtSlot(str, list, list)
    def processB(self, foo, bar=None, baz=None):
        print "Worker.processB()"
        for thing in bar:
            # lots of processing...
            self.dataReady.emit(['dummy', 'data'], {'dummy': ['data']})
        self.finished.emit()


def onDataReady(aList, aDict):
    print 'onDataReady'
    print repr(aList)
    print repr(aDict)


app = QtGui.QApplication(sys.argv)

thread = QtCore.QThread()  # no parent!
obj = Worker()  # no parent!
obj.dataReady.connect(onDataReady)

obj.moveToThread(thread)

# if you want the thread to stop after the worker is done
# you can always call thread.start() again later
obj.finished.connect(thread.quit)

# one way to do it is to start processing as soon as the thread starts
# this is okay in some cases... but makes it harder to send data to
# the worker object from the main gui thread.  As you can see I'm calling
# processA() which takes no arguments
thread.started.connect(obj.processA)
thread.finished.connect(app.exit)

thread.start()

# another way to do it, which is a bit fancier, allows you to talk back and
# forth with the object in a thread safe way by communicating through signals
# and slots (now that the thread is running I can start calling methods on
# the worker object)
QtCore.QMetaObject.invokeMethod(obj, 'processB', Qt.QueuedConnection,
                                QtCore.Q_ARG(str, "Hello World!"),
                                QtCore.Q_ARG(list, ["args", 0, 1]),
                                QtCore.Q_ARG(list, []))

# that looks a bit scary, but its a totally ok thing to do in Qt,
# we're simply using the system that Signals and Slots are built on top of,
# the QMetaObject, to make it act like we safely emitted a signal for
# the worker thread to pick up when its event loop resumes (so if its doing
# a bunch of work you can call this method 10 times and it will just queue
# up the calls.  Note: PyQt > 4.6 will not allow you to pass in a None
# instead of an empty list, it has stricter type checking

app.exec_()

jQuery delete confirmation box

Simply works as:

$("a. close").live("click",function(event){
     return confirm("Do you want to delete?");
});

slashes in url variables

You need to escape those but don't just replace it by %2F manually. You can use URLEncoder for this.

Eg URLEncoder.encode(url, "UTF-8")

Then you can say

yourUrl = "www.musicExplained/index.cfm/artist/" + URLEncoder.encode(VariableName, "UTF-8")

CSS to stop text wrapping under image

setting display:flexfor the text worked for me.

String parsing in Java with delimiter tab "\t" using split

Try this:

String[] columnDetail = column.split("\t", -1);

Read the Javadoc on String.split(java.lang.String, int) for an explanation about the limit parameter of split function:

split

public String[] split(String regex, int limit)
Splits this string around matches of the given regular expression.
The array returned by this method contains each substring of this string that is terminated by another substring that matches the given expression or is terminated by the end of the string. The substrings in the array are in the order in which they occur in this string. If the expression does not match any part of the input then the resulting array has just one element, namely this string.

The limit parameter controls the number of times the pattern is applied and therefore affects the length of the resulting array. If the limit n is greater than zero then the pattern will be applied at most n - 1 times, the array's length will be no greater than n, and the array's last entry will contain all input beyond the last matched delimiter. If n is non-positive then the pattern will be applied as many times as possible and the array can have any length. If n is zero then the pattern will be applied as many times as possible, the array can have any length, and trailing empty strings will be discarded.

The string "boo:and:foo", for example, yields the following results with these parameters:

Regex   Limit   Result
:   2   { "boo", "and:foo" }
:   5   { "boo", "and", "foo" }
:   -2  { "boo", "and", "foo" }
o   5   { "b", "", ":and:f", "", "" }
o   -2  { "b", "", ":and:f", "", "" }
o   0   { "b", "", ":and:f" }

When the last few fields (I guest that's your situation) are missing, you will get the column like this:

field1\tfield2\tfield3\t\t

If no limit is set to split(), the limit is 0, which will lead to that "trailing empty strings will be discarded". So you can just get just 3 fields, {"field1", "field2", "field3"}.

When limit is set to -1, a non-positive value, trailing empty strings will not be discarded. So you can get 5 fields with the last two being empty string, {"field1", "field2", "field3", "", ""}.

How to remove underline from a link in HTML?

  1. Add this to your external style sheet (preferred):

    a {text-decoration:none;}
    
  2. Or add this to the <head> of your HTML document:

    <style type="text/css">
     a {text-decoration:none;}
    </style>
    
  3. Or add it to the a element itself (not recommended):

    <!-- Add [ style="text-decoration:none;"] -->
    <a href="http://example.com" style="text-decoration:none;">Text</a>
    

reducing number of plot ticks

Alternatively, if you want to simply set the number of ticks while allowing matplotlib to position them (currently only with MaxNLocator), there is pyplot.locator_params,

pyplot.locator_params(nbins=4)

You can specify specific axis in this method as mentioned below, default is both:

# To specify the number of ticks on both or any single axes
pyplot.locator_params(axis='y', nbins=6)
pyplot.locator_params(axis='x', nbins=10)

Determine if map contains a value for a key?

If you want to determine whether a key is there in map or not, you can use the find() or count() member function of map. The find function which is used here in example returns the iterator to element or map::end otherwise. In case of count the count returns 1 if found, else it returns zero(or otherwise).

if(phone.count(key))
{ //key found
}
else
{//key not found
}

for(int i=0;i<v.size();i++){
    phoneMap::iterator itr=phone.find(v[i]);//I have used a vector in this example to check through map you cal receive a value using at() e.g: map.at(key);
    if(itr!=phone.end())
        cout<<v[i]<<"="<<itr->second<<endl;
    else
        cout<<"Not found"<<endl;
}

notifyDataSetChange not working from custom adapter

I have the same problem, and i realize that. When we create adapter and set it to listview, listview will point to object somewhere in memory which adapter hold, data in this object will show in listview.

adapter = new CustomAdapter(data);
listview.setadapter(adapter);

if we create an object for adapter with another data again and notifydatasetchanged():

adapter = new CustomAdapter(anotherdata);
adapter.notifyDataSetChanged();

this will do not affect to data in listview because the list is pointing to different object, this object does not know anything about new object in adapter, and notifyDataSetChanged() affect nothing. So we should change data in object and avoid to create a new object again for adapter

How to group time by hour or by 10 minutes

In T-SQL you can:

SELECT [Date]
  FROM [FRIIB].[dbo].[ArchiveAnalog]
  GROUP BY [Date], DATEPART(hh, [Date])

or

by minute use DATEPART(mi, [Date])

or

by 10 minutes use DATEPART(mi, [Date]) / 10 (like Timothy suggested)

Git Server Like GitHub?

For a remote hosting As others have said bitbucket.org offers free private repositories, I've been using it without problems.

For local or LAN network I will add this one scm-manager.org (A single executable file, is really simple to install, it's made on Java so it can run on Linux or Windows). Just in case you install it, these are default passwords.

Username: scmadmin
Password: scmadmin

Facebook API: Get fans of / people who like a page

There is a "way" to get some part of fan list with their profile ids of some fanpage without token.

  1. Get id of a fanpage with public graph data: http://graph.facebook.com/cocacola - Coca-Cola has 40796308305. UPDATE 2016.04.30: Facebook now requires access token to get page_id through graph so you can parse fanpage HTML syntax to get this id without any authorization from https://www.facebook.com/{PAGENAME} as in example below based on og tags present on the fanpage.
  2. Get Coca-Cola's "like plugin" iframe display directly with some modified params: http://www.facebook.com/plugins/fan.php?connections=100&id=40796308305
  3. Now check the page sources, there are a lot of fans with links to their profiles, where you can find their profile ids or nicknames like: http://www.facebook.com/michal.semeniuk .
  4. If you are interested only in profile ids use the graph api again - it will give you profile id directly: http://graph.facebook.com/michal.semeniuk UPDATE 2016.04.30: Facebook now requires access token to get such info. You can parse profile HTML syntax, just like in the first step meta tag is your best friend: <meta property="al:android:url" content="fb://profile/{PROFILE_ID}" />

And now is the best part: try to refresh (F5) the link in point 2.. There is a new full set of another fans of Coca-Cola. Take only uniques and you will be able to get some nice, almost full list of fans.

-- UPDATE 2013.08.06 --

Why don't you use my ready PHP script to fetch some fans? :)

UPDATE 2016.04.30: Updated example script to use new methods after Facebook started to require access token to get public data from graph api.

function fetch_fb_fans($fanpage_name, $no_of_retries = 10, $pause = 500000 /* 500ms */){
    $ret = array();
    // prepare real like user agent and accept headers
    $context = stream_context_create(array('http' => array('header' => 'User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Ubuntu Chromium/49.0.2623.108 Chrome/49.0.2623.108 Safari/537.36\r\nAccept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,*/*;q=0.8\r\nAccept-encoding: gzip, deflate, sdch\r\nAccept-language: en-US,en;q=0.8,pl;q=0.6\r\n')));
    // get page id from facebook html og tags for mobile apps
    $fanpage_html = file_get_contents('https://www.facebook.com/' . $fanpage_name, false, $context);
    if(!preg_match('{fb://page/(\d+)}', $fanpage_html, $id_matches)){
        // invalid fanpage name
        return $ret;
    }
    $url = 'http://www.facebook.com/plugins/fan.php?connections=100&id=' . $id_matches[1];
    for($a = 0; $a < $no_of_retries; $a++){
        $like_html = file_get_contents($url, false, $context);
        preg_match_all('{href="https?://www\.facebook\.com/([a-zA-Z0-9\._-]+)" class="link" data-jsid="anchor" target="_blank"}', $like_html, $matches);
        if(empty($matches[1])){
            // failed to fetch any fans - convert returning array, cause it might be not empty
            return array_keys($ret);
        }else{
            // merge profiles as array keys so they will stay unique
            $ret = array_merge($ret, array_flip($matches[1]));
        }
        // don't get banned as flooder
        usleep($pause);
    }
    return array_keys($ret);
}

print_r(fetch_fb_fans('TigerPolska', 2, 400000));

What does enctype='multipart/form-data' mean?

When you make a POST request, you have to encode the data that forms the body of the request in some way.

HTML forms provide three methods of encoding.

  • application/x-www-form-urlencoded (the default)
  • multipart/form-data
  • text/plain

Work was being done on adding application/json, but that has been abandoned.

(Other encodings are possible with HTTP requests generated using other means than an HTML form submission. JSON is a common format for use with web services and some still use SOAP.)

The specifics of the formats don't matter to most developers. The important points are:

  • Never use text/plain.

When you are writing client-side code:

  • use multipart/form-data when your form includes any <input type="file"> elements
  • otherwise you can use multipart/form-data or application/x-www-form-urlencoded but application/x-www-form-urlencoded will be more efficient

When you are writing server-side code:

  • Use a prewritten form handling library

Most (such as Perl's CGI->param or the one exposed by PHP's $_POST superglobal) will take care of the differences for you. Don't bother trying to parse the raw input received by the server.

Sometimes you will find a library that can't handle both formats. Node.js's most popular library for handling form data is body-parser which cannot handle multipart requests (but has documentation which recommends some alternatives which can).


If you are writing (or debugging) a library for parsing or generating the raw data, then you need to start worrying about the format. You might also want to know about it for interest's sake.

application/x-www-form-urlencoded is more or less the same as a query string on the end of the URL.

multipart/form-data is significantly more complicated but it allows entire files to be included in the data. An example of the result can be found in the HTML 4 specification.

text/plain is introduced by HTML 5 and is useful only for debugging — from the spec: They are not reliably interpretable by computer — and I'd argue that the others combined with tools (like the Network Panel in the developer tools of most browsers) are better for that).

How to Use -confirm in PowerShell

write-host does not have a -confirm parameter.

You can do it something like this instead:

    $caption = "Please Confirm"    
    $message = "Are you Sure You Want To Proceed:"
    [int]$defaultChoice = 0
    $yes = New-Object System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription "&Yes", "Do the job."
    $no = New-Object System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription "&No", "Do not do the job."
    $options = [System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription[]]($yes, $no)
    $choiceRTN = $host.ui.PromptForChoice($caption,$message, $options,$defaultChoice)

if ( $choiceRTN -ne 1 )
{
   "Your Choice was Yes"
}
else
{
   "Your Choice was NO"
}

What port number does SOAP use?

There is no such thing as "SOAP protocol". SOAP is an XML schema.

It usually runs over HTTP (port 80), however.

The smallest difference between 2 Angles

If your two angles are x and y, then one of the angles between them is abs(x - y). The other angle is (2 * PI) - abs(x - y). So the value of the smallest of the 2 angles is:

min((2 * PI) - abs(x - y), abs(x - y))

This gives you the absolute value of the angle, and it assumes the inputs are normalized (ie: within the range [0, 2p)).

If you want to preserve the sign (ie: direction) of the angle and also accept angles outside the range [0, 2p) you can generalize the above. Here's Python code for the generalized version:

PI = math.pi
TAU = 2*PI
def smallestSignedAngleBetween(x, y):
    a = (x - y) % TAU
    b = (y - x) % TAU
    return -a if a < b else b

Note that the % operator does not behave the same in all languages, particularly when negative values are involved, so if porting some sign adjustments may be necessary.

Truncate number to two decimal places without rounding

Just truncate the digits:

function truncDigits(inputNumber, digits) {
  const fact = 10 ** digits;
  return Math.floor(inputNumber * fact) / fact;
}

How to serialize a JObject without the formatting?

you can use JsonConvert.SerializeObject()

JsonConvert.SerializeObject(myObject) // myObject is returned by JObject.Parse() method

JsonConvert.SerializeObject()

JObject.Parse()

Android: How can I get the current foreground activity (from a service)?

I could not find a solution that our team would be happy with so we rolled our own. We use ActivityLifecycleCallbacks to keep track of current activity and then expose it through a service:

public interface ContextProvider {
    Context getActivityContext();
}

public class MyApplication extends Application implements ContextProvider {
    private Activity currentActivity;

    @Override
    public Context getActivityContext() {
         return currentActivity;
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();

        registerActivityLifecycleCallbacks(new ActivityLifecycleCallbacks() {
            @Override
            public void onActivityCreated(Activity activity, Bundle savedInstanceState) {
                MyApplication.this.currentActivity = activity;
            }

            @Override
            public void onActivityStarted(Activity activity) {
                MyApplication.this.currentActivity = activity;
            }

            @Override
            public void onActivityResumed(Activity activity) {
                MyApplication.this.currentActivity = activity;
            }

            @Override
            public void onActivityPaused(Activity activity) {
                MyApplication.this.currentActivity = null;
            }

            @Override
            public void onActivityStopped(Activity activity) {
                // don't clear current activity because activity may get stopped after
                // the new activity is resumed
            }

            @Override
            public void onActivitySaveInstanceState(Activity activity, Bundle outState) {

            }

            @Override
            public void onActivityDestroyed(Activity activity) {
                // don't clear current activity because activity may get destroyed after
                // the new activity is resumed
            }
        });
    }
}

Then configure your DI container to return instance of MyApplication for ContextProvider, e.g.

public class ApplicationModule extends AbstractModule {    
    @Provides
    ContextProvider provideMainActivity() {
        return MyApplication.getCurrent();
    }
}

(Note that implementation of getCurrent() is omitted from the code above. It's just a static variable that's set from the application constructor)

Inline style to act as :hover in CSS

I'm afraid it can't be done, the pseudo-class selectors can't be set in-line, you'll have to do it on the page or on a stylesheet.

I should mention that technically you should be able to do it according to the CSS spec, but most browsers don't support it

Edit: I just did a quick test with this:

<a href="test.html" style="{color: blue; background: white} 
            :visited {color: green}
            :hover {background: yellow}
            :visited:hover {color: purple}">Test</a>

And it doesn't work in IE7, IE8 beta 2, Firefox or Chrome. Can anyone else test in any other browsers?

How to configure the web.config to allow requests of any length

HTTP Error 404.15 - Not Found The request filtering module is configured to deny a request where the query string is too long.

To resolve this problem, check in the source code whether the Form tag has a property method is get/set state.

If so, the method property should be removed.

TypeError: Cannot read property 'then' of undefined

You need to return your promise to the calling function.

islogged:function(){
    var cUid=sessionService.get('uid');
    alert("in loginServce, cuid is "+cUid);
    var $checkSessionServer=$http.post('data/check_session.php?cUid='+cUid);
    $checkSessionServer.then(function(){
        alert("session check returned!");
        console.log("checkSessionServer is "+$checkSessionServer);
    });
    return $checkSessionServer; // <-- return your promise to the calling function
}

c# foreach (property in object)... Is there a simple way of doing this?

I looked for the answer to a similar question on this page, I wrote the answers to several similar questions that may help people who enter this page.

Class List

List < T > class represents the list of objects which can be accessed by index. It comes under the System.Collection.Generic namespace. List class can be used to create a collection of different types like integers, strings etc. List class also provides the methods to search, sort, and manipulate lists.

Class with property:

class TestClss
{
    public string id { set; get; }
    public string cell1 { set; get; }
    public string cell2 { set; get; }
}
var MyArray = new List<TestClss> {
    new TestClss() { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (PropertyInfo property in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = property.Name;
        var Value = property.GetValue(Item, null);
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, Class with field:

class TestClss
{
    public string id = "";
    public string cell1 = "";
    public string cell2 = "";
}
var MyArray = new List<TestClss> {
    new TestClss() { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var fieldInfo in Item.GetType().GetFields())
    {
        var Key = fieldInfo.Name;
        var Value = fieldInfo.GetValue(Item);
    }

}

OR, List of objects (without same cells):

var MyArray = new List<object> {
    new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data", anotherCell = "" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var props in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(Item, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of objects (It must have the same cells):

var MyArray = new[] {
    new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var props in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(Item, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of objects (with key):

var MyArray = new {
    row1 = new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    row2 = new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    row3 = new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
// using System.ComponentModel;  for TypeDescriptor
foreach (PropertyDescriptor Item in TypeDescriptor.GetProperties(MyArray))
{
    string Rowkey = Item.Name;
    object RowValue = Item.GetValue(MyArray);
    Console.WriteLine("Row key is: {0}", Rowkey);
    foreach (var props in RowValue.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(RowValue, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of Dictionary

var MyArray = new List<Dictionary<string, string>>() {
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "1" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 1 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 1 Data" } },
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "2" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 2 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 2 Data" } },
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "3" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 3 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 3 Data" } }
};
foreach (Dictionary<string, string> Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (KeyValuePair<string, string> props in Item)
    {
        var Key = props.Key;
        var Value = props.Value;
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

Good luck..

How to remove an element from a list by index

l - list of values; we have to remove indexes from inds2rem list.

l = range(20)
inds2rem = [2,5,1,7]
map(lambda x: l.pop(x), sorted(inds2rem, key = lambda x:-x))

>>> l
[0, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19]

Dynamically load a function from a DLL

In addition to the already posted answer, I thought I should share a handy trick I use to load all the DLL functions into the program through function pointers, without writing a separate GetProcAddress call for each and every function. I also like to call the functions directly as attempted in the OP.

Start by defining a generic function pointer type:

typedef int (__stdcall* func_ptr_t)();

What types that are used aren't really important. Now create an array of that type, which corresponds to the amount of functions you have in the DLL:

func_ptr_t func_ptr [DLL_FUNCTIONS_N];

In this array we can store the actual function pointers that point into the DLL memory space.

Next problem is that GetProcAddress expects the function names as strings. So create a similar array consisting of the function names in the DLL:

const char* DLL_FUNCTION_NAMES [DLL_FUNCTIONS_N] = 
{
  "dll_add",
  "dll_subtract",
  "dll_do_stuff",
  ...
};

Now we can easily call GetProcAddress() in a loop and store each function inside that array:

for(int i=0; i<DLL_FUNCTIONS_N; i++)
{
  func_ptr[i] = GetProcAddress(hinst_mydll, DLL_FUNCTION_NAMES[i]);

  if(func_ptr[i] == NULL)
  {
    // error handling, most likely you have to terminate the program here
  }
}

If the loop was successful, the only problem we have now is calling the functions. The function pointer typedef from earlier isn't helpful, because each function will have its own signature. This can be solved by creating a struct with all the function types:

typedef struct
{
  int  (__stdcall* dll_add_ptr)(int, int);
  int  (__stdcall* dll_subtract_ptr)(int, int);
  void (__stdcall* dll_do_stuff_ptr)(something);
  ...
} functions_struct;

And finally, to connect these to the array from before, create a union:

typedef union
{
  functions_struct  by_type;
  func_ptr_t        func_ptr [DLL_FUNCTIONS_N];
} functions_union;

Now you can load all the functions from the DLL with the convenient loop, but call them through the by_type union member.

But of course, it is a bit burdensome to type out something like

functions.by_type.dll_add_ptr(1, 1); whenever you want to call a function.

As it turns out, this is the reason why I added the "ptr" postfix to the names: I wanted to keep them different from the actual function names. We can now smooth out the icky struct syntax and get the desired names, by using some macros:

#define dll_add (functions.by_type.dll_add_ptr)
#define dll_subtract (functions.by_type.dll_subtract_ptr)
#define dll_do_stuff (functions.by_type.dll_do_stuff_ptr)

And voilà, you can now use the function names, with the correct type and parameters, as if they were statically linked to your project:

int result = dll_add(1, 1);

Disclaimer: Strictly speaking, conversions between different function pointers are not defined by the C standard and not safe. So formally, what I'm doing here is undefined behavior. However, in the Windows world, function pointers are always of the same size no matter their type and the conversions between them are predictable on any version of Windows I've used.

Also, there might in theory be padding inserted in the union/struct, which would cause everything to fail. However, pointers happen to be of the same size as the alignment requirement in Windows. A static_assert to ensure that the struct/union has no padding might be in order still.

Change bar plot colour in geom_bar with ggplot2 in r

If you want all the bars to get the same color (fill), you can easily add it inside geom_bar.

ggplot(data=df, aes(x=c1+c2/2, y=c3)) + 
geom_bar(stat="identity", width=c2, fill = "#FF6666")

enter image description here

Add fill = the_name_of_your_var inside aes to change the colors depending of the variable :

c4 = c("A", "B", "C")
df = cbind(df, c4)
ggplot(data=df, aes(x=c1+c2/2, y=c3, fill = c4)) + 
geom_bar(stat="identity", width=c2)

enter image description here

Use scale_fill_manual() if you want to manually the change of colors.

ggplot(data=df, aes(x=c1+c2/2, y=c3, fill = c4)) + 
geom_bar(stat="identity", width=c2) + 
scale_fill_manual("legend", values = c("A" = "black", "B" = "orange", "C" = "blue"))

enter image description here

Unsetting array values in a foreach loop

You can use the index of the array element to remove it from the array, the next time you use the $list variable, you will see that the array is changed.

Try something like this

foreach($list as $itemIndex => &$item) {

   if($item['status'] === false) {
      unset($list[$itemIndex]);
   }

}

How do you convert a JavaScript date to UTC?

Looking at your question its clear that you just want to send the date range to your backend for further post processing.

I am assuming you are conforming to the standard data guidelines which expect the data to be in a particular format. For example, I use ODATA which is a RESTfull API which expects date time objects to be in the format:-

YYYY-MM-DDT00:00:00.

That can be easily achieved via the snippet posted below(Please change the format as per your requirement).

var mydate;//assuming this is my date object which I want to expose var UTCDateStr = mydate.getUTCFullYear() + "-" + mydate.getUTCMonth() + "-" + mydate.getUTCDate() + "T00:00:00";

If on the other hand, you are in my situation wherein you have received a date from your backend, and the browser converts that to your local date. You on the other hand are interested in the UTC date then you can perform the following:-

var mydate;//assuming this is my date object which I want to expose var UTCDate = new Date(mydate);/*create a copy of your date object. Only needed if you for some reason need the original local date*/ UTCDate.setTime(UTCDate.getTime() + UTCDate.getTimezoneOffset() * 60 * 1000);

The code snippet above basically adds/subtracts the time added/subtracted by the browser based on the timezone.

For example if I am in EST(GMT-5) and my Service returns a date time object = Wed Aug 17 2016 00:00:00 GMT-0500 my browser automatically subtracts the timezone offset(5hrs) to get my local time. So if I try to fetch the time I get Wed Aug 16 2016 19:00:00 GMT-0500. This causes a lot of problems. There are a lot of libraries out there which will definitely make this easier but I wanted to share the pure JS approach.

For more info please have a look at: http://praveenlobo.com/blog/how-to-convert-javascript-local-date-to-utc-and-utc-to-local-date/ where in I got my inspiration.

Hope this helps!

C++ Convert string (or char*) to wstring (or wchar_t*)

method s2ws works well. Hope helps.

std::wstring s2ws(const std::string& s) {
    std::string curLocale = setlocale(LC_ALL, ""); 
    const char* _Source = s.c_str();
    size_t _Dsize = mbstowcs(NULL, _Source, 0) + 1;
    wchar_t *_Dest = new wchar_t[_Dsize];
    wmemset(_Dest, 0, _Dsize);
    mbstowcs(_Dest,_Source,_Dsize);
    std::wstring result = _Dest;
    delete []_Dest;
    setlocale(LC_ALL, curLocale.c_str());
    return result;
}

CSS Input with width: 100% goes outside parent's bound

Padding is added to the overall width. Because your container has a pixel width, you are better off giving the inputs a pixel width too, but remember to remove the padding and border from the width you set to avoid the same issue.

Select default option value from typescript angular 6

I had similar issues with Angular6 . After going through many posts. I had to import FormsModule as below in app.module.ts .

import {FormsModule} from '@angular/forms';

Then my ngModel tag worked . Please try this.

<select [(ngModel)]='nrSelect' class='form-control'>                                                                
                                <option [ngValue]='47'>47</option>
                                    <option [ngValue]='46'>46</option>
                                    <option [ngValue]='45'>45</option>
</select>

How to Parse a JSON Object In Android

In your JSON format, it do not have starting JSON object

Like :

{
    "info" :       <!-- this is starting JSON object -->
        {
        "caller":"getPoiById",
        "results":
        {
            "indexForPhone":0,
            "indexForEmail":"NULL",
            .
            .
         }
    }
}

Above Json starts with info as JSON object. So while executing :

JSONObject json = new JSONObject(result);    // create JSON obj from string
JSONObject json2 = json.getJSONObject("info");    // this will return correct

Now, we can access result field :

JSONObject jsonResult = json2.getJSONObject("results");
test = json2.getString("name"); // returns "Marina Rasche Werft GmbH & Co. KG"

I think this was missing and so the problem was solved while we use JSONTokener like answer of yours.

Your answer is very fine. Just i think i add this information so i answered

Thank you

What is trunk, branch and tag in Subversion?

The "trunk", "branches", and "tags" directories are conventions in Subversion. Subversion does not require you to have these directories nor assign special meaning to them. However, this convention is very common and, unless you have a really good reason, you should follow the convention. The book links that other readers have given describe the convention and how to use it.

Adjusting the Xcode iPhone simulator scale and size

You can set any scale you wish. It`s became actual after 6+ simulator been presented

To obtain it follow next easy steps:

  1. quit simulator if open
  2. open terminal (from spotlight for example)
  3. paste next text to terminal and press enter

defaults write ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.iphonesimulator SimulatorWindowLastScale "0.4"

You can try any scales changing 0.4 to desired value.

To reset this custom scale, just apply any standard scale from simulator menu in way described above.

Create a branch in Git from another branch

Create a Branch

  • Create branch when master branch is checked out. Here commits in master will be synced to the branch you created.

    $ git branch branch1

  • Create branch when branch1 is checked out . Here commits in branch1 will be synced to branch2

    $ git branch branch2


Checkout a Branch

git checkout command switch branches or restore working tree files

  • $ git checkout branchname

Renaming a Branch

  • $ git branch -m branch1 newbranchname

Delete a Branch

  • $ git branch -d branch-to-delete
  • $ git branch -D branch-to-delete ( force deletion without checking the merged status )

Create and Switch Branch

  • $ git checkout -b branchname

Branches that are completely included

  • $ git branch --merged


************************** Branch Differences [ git diff branch1..branch2 ] ************************

Multiline difference
  • $ git diff master..branch1
Singleline difference
  • $ git diff --color-words branch1..branch2

Spring Boot yaml configuration for a list of strings

My guess is, that the @Value can not cope with "complex" types. You can go with a prop class like this:

@Component
@ConfigurationProperties('ignore')
class IgnoreSettings {
    List<String> filenames
}

Please note: This code is Groovy - not Java - to keep the example short! See the comments for tips how to adopt.

See the complete example https://github.com/christoph-frick/so-springboot-yaml-string-list

Unable to add window -- token android.os.BinderProxy is not valid; is your activity running?

one simple workaround is to catch the exception :

try {
        alertDialog.show()
    }
catch (WindowManager.BadTokenException e) {
        //use a log message
    }

It's not elegant but sometimes easy when you have to manage async operations and you are not sure wether activity is up or not when you want to show the dialog.

Float a div above page content

give z-index:-1 to flash and give z-index:100 to div..

Align button to the right

Bootstrap 4 uses .float-right as opposed to .pull-right in Bootstrap 3. Also, don't forget to properly nest your rows with columns.

<div class="row">
    <div class="col-lg-12">
        <h3 class="one">Text</h3>
        <button class="btn btn-secondary float-right">Button</button>
    </div>
</div>

How to get the current location in Google Maps Android API v2?

Ensure that you have turned ON the location services on the device. Else you won't get any location related info.

This works for me,

    map = ((MapFragment)getFragmentManager().findFragmentById(R.id.map)).getMap();
    map.setMyLocationEnabled(true);
    GoogleMap.OnMyLocationChangeListener myLocationChangeListener = new GoogleMap.OnMyLocationChangeListener() {
        @Override
        public void onMyLocationChange (Location location) {
           LatLng loc = new LatLng (location.getLatitude(), location.getLongitude());
           map.animateCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.newLatLngZoom(loc, 16.0f));
        }
    };
    map.setOnMyLocationChangeListener(myLocationChangeListener);

}

Comparing strings, c++

Regarding the question,

can someone explain why the compare() function exists if a comparison can be made using simple operands?

Relative to < and ==, the compare function is conceptually simpler and in practice it can be more efficient since it avoids two comparisons per item for ordinary ordering of items.


As an example of simplicity, for small integer values you can write a compare function like this:

auto compare( int a, int b ) -> int { return a - b; }

which is highly efficient.

Now for a structure

struct Foo
{
    int a;
    int b;
    int c;
};

auto compare( Foo const& x, Foo const& y )
    -> int
{
    if( int const r = compare( x.a, y.a ) ) { return r; }
    if( int const r = compare( x.b, y.b ) ) { return r; }
    return compare( x.c, y.c );
}

Trying to express this lexicographic compare directly in terms of < you wind up with horrendous complexity and inefficiency, relatively speaking.


With C++11, for the simplicity alone ordinary less-than comparison based lexicographic compare can be very simply implemented in terms of tuple comparison.

CONVERT Image url to Base64

You Can Used This :

function ViewImage(){
 function getBase64(file) {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    const reader = new FileReader();
    reader.readAsDataURL(file);
    reader.onload = () => resolve(reader.result);
    reader.onerror = error => reject(error);
  });
}
var file = document.querySelector('input[type="file"]').files[0];
getBase64(file).then(data =>$("#ImageBase46").val(data));
}

Add To Your Input onchange=ViewImage();

How do I drop a function if it already exists?

This works for any object, not just functions:

IF OBJECT_ID('YourObjectName') IS NOT NULL 

then just add your flavor of object, as in:

IF OBJECT_ID('YourFunction') IS NOT NULL
   DROP FUNCTION YourFunction

How to Refresh a Component in Angular

After some research and modifying my code as below, the script worked for me. I just added the condition:

this.router.navigateByUrl('/RefreshComponent', { skipLocationChange: true }).then(() => {
    this.router.navigate(['Your actualComponent']);
}); 

convert string to date in sql server

I think style no. 111 (Japan) should work:

SELECT CONVERT(DATETIME, '2012-08-17', 111)

And if that doesn't work for some reason - you could always just strip out the dashes and then you have the totally reliable ISO-8601 format (YYYYMMDD) which works for any language and date format setting in SQL Server:

SELECT CAST(REPLACE('2012-08-17', '-', '') AS DATETIME)

How to pass a value from Vue data to href?

You need to use v-bind: or its alias :. For example,

<a v-bind:href="'/job/'+ r.id">

or

<a :href="'/job/' + r.id">

What does "pending" mean for request in Chrome Developer Window?

I also get this when using the HTTPS everywhere plugin. This plugin has a list of sites that also have https instead of http. So I assume before the actual request is made it is already being cancelled somehow.

So for example when I go to http://stackexchange.com, in Developer I first see a request with status (terminated). This request has some headers, but only the GET, User-Agent, and Accept. No response as well.

Then there is request to https://stackexchange.com with full headers etc.

So I assume it is used for requests that aren't sent.

Android Fatal signal 11 (SIGSEGV) at 0x636f7d89 (code=1). How can it be tracked down?

First, get your tombstone stack trace, it will be printed every time your app crashes. Something like this:

*** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Build fingerprint: 'XXXXXXXXX'
pid: 1658, tid: 13086  >>> system_server <<<
signal 11 (SIGSEGV), code 1 (SEGV_MAPERR), fault addr 64696f7e
 r0 00000000  r1 00000001  r2 ad12d1e8  r3 7373654d
 r4 64696f72  r5 00000406  r6 00974130  r7 40d14008
 r8 4b857b88  r9 4685adb4  10 00974130  fp 4b857ed8
 ip 00000000  sp 4b857b50  lr afd11108  pc ad115ebc  cpsr 20000030
 d0  4040000040000000  d1  0000004200000003
 d2  4e72cd924285e370  d3  00e81fe04b1b64d8
 d4  3fbc71c7009b64d8  d5  3fe999999999999a
 d6  4010000000000000  d7  4000000000000000
 d8  4000000000000000  d9  0000000000000000
 d10 0000000000000000  d11 0000000000000000
 d12 0000000000000000  d13 0000000000000000
 d14 0000000000000000  d15 0000000000000000
 scr 80000012

         #00  pc 000108d8  /system/lib/libc.so
         #01  pc 0003724c  /system/lib/libxvi020.so
         #02  pc 0000ce02  /system/lib/libxvi020.so
         #03  pc 0000d672  /system/lib/libxvi020.so
         #04  pc 00010cce  /system/lib/libxvi020.so
         #05  pc 00004432  /system/lib/libwimax_jni.so
         #06  pc 00011e74  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #07  pc 0004354a  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #08  pc 00017088  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #09  pc 0001c210  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #10  pc 0001b0f8  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #11  pc 00059c24  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #12  pc 00059e3c  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #13  pc 0004e19e  /system/lib/libdvm.so
         #14  pc 00011b94  /system/lib/libc.so
         #15  pc 0001173c  /system/lib/libc.so

code around pc:
ad115e9c 4620eddc bf00bd70 0001736e 0001734e 
ad115eac 4605b570 447c4c0a f7f44620 e006edc8 
ad115ebc 42ab68e3 68a0d103 f7f42122 6864edd2 
ad115ecc d1f52c00 44784803 edbef7f4 bf00bd70 
ad115edc 00017332 00017312 2100b51f 46682210 

code around lr:
afd110e8 e2166903 1a000018 e5945000 e1a02004 
afd110f8 e2055a02 e1a00005 e3851001 ebffed92 
afd11108 e3500000 13856002 1a000001 ea000009 
afd11118 ebfffe50 e1a01004 e1a00006 ebffed92 
afd11128 e1a01005 e1550000 e1a02006 e3a03000 

stack:
    4b857b10  40e43be8  
    4b857b14  00857280  
    4b857b18  00000000  
    4b857b1c  034e8968  
    4b857b20  ad118ce9  /system/lib/libnativehelper.so
    4b857b24  00000002  
    4b857b28  00000406

Then, use the addr2line utility (find it in your NDK tool-chain) to find the function that crashes. In this sample, you do

addr2line -e -f libc.so 0001173c

And you will see where you got the problem. Of course this wont help you since it is in libc.

So you might combine the utilities of arm-eabi-objdump to find the final target.

Believe me, it is a tough task.




Just for an update. I think I was doing Android native build from the whole-source-tree for quite a long time, until today I have myself carefully read the NDK documents. Ever since the release NDK-r6, it has provided a utility called ndk-stack.

Following is the content from official NDK documents with the NDK-r9 tar ball.

Overview:

ndk-stack is a simple tool that allows you to filter stack traces as they appear in the output of 'adb logcat' and replace any address inside a shared library with the corresponding : values.

In a nutshell, it will translate something like:

  I/DEBUG   (   31): *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
  I/DEBUG   (   31): Build fingerprint: 'generic/google_sdk/generic/:2.2/FRF91/43546:eng/test-keys'
  I/DEBUG   (   31): pid: 351, tid: 351  %gt;%gt;%gt; /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher <<<
  I/DEBUG   (   31): signal 11 (SIGSEGV), fault addr 0d9f00d8
  I/DEBUG   (   31):  r0 0000af88  r1 0000a008  r2 baadf00d  r3 0d9f00d8
  I/DEBUG   (   31):  r4 00000004  r5 0000a008  r6 0000af88  r7 00013c44
  I/DEBUG   (   31):  r8 00000000  r9 00000000  10 00000000  fp 00000000
  I/DEBUG   (   31):  ip 0000959c  sp be956cc8  lr 00008403  pc 0000841e  cpsr 60000030
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #00  pc 0000841e  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #01  pc 000083fe  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #02  pc 000083f6  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #03  pc 000191ac  /system/lib/libc.so
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #04  pc 000083ea  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #05  pc 00008458  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher
  I/DEBUG   (   31):          #06  pc 0000d362  /system/lib/libc.so
  I/DEBUG   (   31):

Into the more readable output:

  ********** Crash dump: **********
  Build fingerprint: 'generic/google_sdk/generic/:2.2/FRF91/43546:eng/test-keys'
  pid: 351, tid: 351  >>> /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher <<<
  signal 11 (SIGSEGV), fault addr 0d9f00d8
  Stack frame #00  pc 0000841e  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher : Routine zoo in /tmp/foo/crasher/jni/zoo.c:13
  Stack frame #01  pc 000083fe  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher : Routine bar in /tmp/foo/crasher/jni/bar.c:5
  Stack frame #02  pc 000083f6  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher : Routine my_comparison in /tmp/foo/crasher/jni/foo.c:9
  Stack frame #03  pc 000191ac  /system/lib/libc.so
  Stack frame #04  pc 000083ea  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher : Routine foo in /tmp/foo/crasher/jni/foo.c:14
  Stack frame #05  pc 00008458  /data/local/ndk-tests/crasher : Routine main in /tmp/foo/crasher/jni/main.c:19
  Stack frame #06  pc 0000d362  /system/lib/libc.so

Usage:

To do this, you will first need a directory containing symbolic versions of your application's shared libraries. If you use the NDK build system (i.e. ndk-build), then these are always located under $PROJECT_PATH/obj/local/, where stands for your device's ABI (i.e. armeabi by default).

You can feed the logcat text either as direct input to the program, e.g.:

adb logcat | $NDK/ndk-stack -sym $PROJECT_PATH/obj/local/armeabi

Or you can use the -dump option to specify the logcat as an input file, e.g.:

adb logcat > /tmp/foo.txt
$NDK/ndk-stack -sym $PROJECT_PATH/obj/local/armeabi -dump foo.txt

IMPORTANT :

The tool looks for the initial line containing starts in the logcat output, i.e. something that looks like:

 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***

When copy/pasting traces, don't forget this line from the traces, or ndk-stack won't work correctly.

TODO:

A future version of ndk-stack will try to launch adb logcat and select the library path automatically. For now, you'll have to do these steps manually.

As of now, ndk-stack doesn't handle libraries that don't have debug information in them. It may be useful to try to detect the nearest function entry point to a given PC address (e.g. as in the libc.so example above).

JSONP call showing "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token : "

You're trying to access a JSON, not JSONP.

Notice the difference between your source:

https://api.flightstats.com/flex/schedules/rest/v1/json/flight/AA/100/departing/2013/10/4?appId=19d57e69&appKey=e0ea60854c1205af43fd7b1203005d59&callback=?

And actual JSONP (a wrapping function):

http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?jsoncallback=processJSON&tags=monkey&tagmode=any&format=json

Search for JSON + CORS/Cross-domain policy and you will find hundreds of SO threads on this very topic.

How to use delimiter for csv in python

ok, here is what i understood from your question. You are writing a csv file from python but when you are opening that file into some other application like excel or open office they are showing the complete row in one cell rather than each word in individual cell. I am right??

if i am then please try this,

import csv

with open(r"C:\\test.csv", "wb") as csv_file:
    writer = csv.writer(csv_file, delimiter =",",quoting=csv.QUOTE_MINIMAL)
    writer.writerow(["a","b"])

you have to set the delimiter = ","

How to add scroll bar to the Relative Layout?

Just put yourRelativeLayout inside ScrollView

<ScrollView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@+id/ScrollView01"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent">
  ------- here RelativeLayout ------
</ScrollView>

iterating over and removing from a map

You have to use Iterator to safely remove element while traversing a map.

Get first key in a (possibly) associative array?

2019 Update

Starting from PHP 7.3, there is a new built in function called array_key_first() which will retrieve the first key from the given array without resetting the internal pointer. Check out the documentation for more info.


You can use reset and key:

reset($array);
$first_key = key($array);

It's essentially the same as your initial code, but with a little less overhead, and it's more obvious what is happening.

Just remember to call reset, or you may get any of the keys in the array. You can also use end instead of reset to get the last key.

If you wanted the key to get the first value, reset actually returns it:

$first_value = reset($array);

There is one special case to watch out for though (so check the length of the array first):

$arr1 = array(false);
$arr2 = array();
var_dump(reset($arr1) === reset($arr2)); // bool(true)

UIWebView open links in Safari

Here's the Xamarin iOS equivalent of drawnonward's answer.

class WebviewDelegate : UIWebViewDelegate {
    public override bool ShouldStartLoad (UIWebView webView, NSUrlRequest request, UIWebViewNavigationType navigationType) {
        if (navigationType == UIWebViewNavigationType.LinkClicked) {
            UIApplication.SharedApplication.OpenUrl (request.Url);
            return false;
        }
        return true;
    }
}

WebSockets and Apache proxy : how to configure mod_proxy_wstunnel?

TODO:

  1. Have Apache 2.4 installed (doesn't work with 2.2), a2enmod proxy and a2enmod proxy_wstunnel.load

  2. Do this in the Apache config
    just add two line in your file where 8080 is your tomcat running port

    <VirtualHost *:80>
    ProxyPass "/ws2/" "ws://localhost:8080/" 
    ProxyPass "/wss2/" "wss://localhost:8080/"
    
    </VirtualHost *:80>
    

Find the min/max element of an array in JavaScript

let arr=[20,8,29,76,7,21,9]
Math.max.apply( Math, arr ); // 76

Checking if a string can be converted to float in Python

I would just use..

try:
    float(element)
except ValueError:
    print "Not a float"

..it's simple, and it works. Note that it will still throw OverflowError if element is e.g. 1<<1024.

Another option would be a regular expression:

import re
if re.match(r'^-?\d+(?:\.\d+)$', element) is None:
    print "Not float"

Is there a sleep function in JavaScript?

function sleep(delay) {
    var start = new Date().getTime();
    while (new Date().getTime() < start + delay);
}

This code blocks for the specified duration. This is CPU hogging code. This is different from a thread blocking itself and releasing CPU cycles to be utilized by another thread. No such thing is going on here. Do not use this code, it's a very bad idea.

JavaFX Panel inside Panel auto resizing

If you are using Scene Builder, you will see at the right an accordion panel which normally has got three options ("Properties", "Layout" and "Code"). In the second one ("Layout"), you will see an option called "[parent layout] Constraints" (in your case "AnchorPane Constrainsts").

You should put "0" in the four sides of the element wich represents the parent layout.

How to get the value of an input field using ReactJS?

In react 16, I use

<Input id="number" 
       type="time" 
       onChange={(evt) => { console.log(evt.target.value); }} />

What is middleware exactly?

Middleware is a terribly nebulous term. What is "middleware" in one case won't be in another. In general, you can expect something classed as middleware to have the following characteristics:

  • Primarily (usually exclusively) software; usually doesn't need any specialized hardware.

  • If it weren't there, applications that depend on it would have to incorporate it as part of their application and would experience a lot of duplication.

  • Almost certainly connects two applications and passes data between them.

You'll notice that this is pretty much the same definition as an operating system. So, for instance, a TCP/IP stack or caching could be considered middleware. But your OS could provide the same features, too. Indeed, middleware can be thought of like a special extension to an operating system, specific to a set of applications that depend on it. It just provides a higher-level service.

Some examples of middleware:

  • distributed cache
  • message queue
  • transaction monitor
  • packet rewriter
  • automated backup system

What's the proper way to "go get" a private repository?

For people using private GitLabs, here's a snippet that may help: https://gist.github.com/MicahParks/1ba2b19c39d1e5fccc3e892837b10e21

Also pasted below:

Problem

The go command line tool needs to be able to fetch dependencies from your private GitLab, but authenticaiton is required.

This assumes your private GitLab is hosted at privategitlab.company.com.

Environment variables

The following environment variables are recommended:

export GO111MODULE=on
export GOPRIVATE=privategitlab.company.com

The above lines might fit best in your shell startup, like a ~/.bashrc.

Explanation

GO111MODULE=on tells Golang command line tools you are using modules. I have not tested this with projects not using Golang modules on a private GitLab.

GOPRIVATE=privategitlab.company.com tells Golang command line tools to not use public internet resources for the hostnames listed (like the public module proxy).

Get a personal access token from your private GitLab

To future proof these instructions, please follow this guide from the GitLab docs. I know that the read_api scope is required for Golang command line tools to work, and I may suspect read_repository as well, but have not confirmed this.

Set up the ~/.netrc

In order for the Golang command line tools to authenticate to GitLab, a ~/.netrc file is best to use.

To create the file if it does not exist, run the following commands:

touch ~/.netrc
chmod 600 ~/.netrc

Now edit the contents of the file to match the following:

machine privategitlab.company.com login USERNAME_HERE password TOKEN_HERE

Where USERNAME_HERE is replaced with your GitLab username and TOKEN_HERE is replaced with the access token aquired in the previous section.

Common mistakes

Do not set up a global git configuration with something along the lines of this:

git config --global url."[email protected]:".insteadOf "https://privategitlab.company.com"

I beleive at the time of writing this, the SSH git is not fully supported by Golang command line tools and this may cause conflicts with the ~/.netrc.

Bonus: SSH config file

For regular use of the git tool, not the Golang command line tools, it's convient to have a ~/.ssh/config file set up. In order to do this, run the following commands:

mkdir ~/.ssh
chmod 700 ~/.ssh
touch ~/.ssh/config
chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config

Please note the permissions on the files and directory above are essentail for SSH to work in it's default configuration on most Linux systems.

Then, edit the ~/.ssh/config file to match the following:

Host privategitlab.company.com
  Hostname privategitlab.company.com
  User USERNAME_HERE
  IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa

Please note the spacing in the above file matters and will invalidate the file if it is incorrect.

Where USERNAME_HERE is your GitLab username and ~/.ssh/id_rsa is the path to your SSH private key in your file system. You've already uploaded its public key to GitLab. Here are some instructions.

Adding a 'share by email' link to website

Something like this might be the easiest way.

<a href="mailto:?subject=I wanted you to see this site&amp;body=Check out this site http://www.website.com."
   title="Share by Email">
  <img src="http://png-2.findicons.com/files/icons/573/must_have/48/mail.png">
</a>

You could find another email image and add that if you wanted.

Way to *ngFor loop defined number of times instead of repeating over array?

Within your component, you can define an array of number (ES6) as described below:

export class SampleComponent {
  constructor() {
    this.numbers = Array(5).fill(0).map((x,i)=>i);
  }
}

See this link for the array creation: Tersest way to create an array of integers from 1..20 in JavaScript.

You can then iterate over this array with ngFor:

@View({
  template: `
    <ul>
      <li *ngFor="let number of numbers">{{number}}</li>
    </ul>
  `
})
export class SampleComponent {
  (...)
}

Or shortly:

@View({
  template: `
    <ul>
      <li *ngFor="let number of [0,1,2,3,4]">{{number}}</li>
    </ul>
  `
})
export class SampleComponent {
  (...)
}

Hope it helps you, Thierry

Edit: Fixed the fill statement and template syntax.

Extract regression coefficient values

A summary.lm object stores these values in a matrix called 'coefficients'. So the value you are after can be accessed with:

a2Pval <- summary(mg)$coefficients[2, 4]

Or, more generally/readably, coef(summary(mg))["a2","Pr(>|t|)"]. See here for why this method is preferred.

Create autoincrement key in Java DB using NetBeans IDE

If you want to use Netbeans to define tables read this https://codezone4.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/java-database-application-using-javadb-part-1/ Simply define column as integer and create database, then grab structure to a temporary file, then delete table. Right clik to tables folder and select recreate table, select saved file and edit script for auto increment.

What are the differences between the urllib, urllib2, urllib3 and requests module?

urllib2 provides some extra functionality, namely the urlopen() function can allow you to specify headers (normally you'd have had to use httplib in the past, which is far more verbose.) More importantly though, urllib2 provides the Request class, which allows for a more declarative approach to doing a request:

r = Request(url='http://www.mysite.com')
r.add_header('User-Agent', 'awesome fetcher')
r.add_data(urllib.urlencode({'foo': 'bar'})
response = urlopen(r)

Note that urlencode() is only in urllib, not urllib2.

There are also handlers for implementing more advanced URL support in urllib2. The short answer is, unless you're working with legacy code, you probably want to use the URL opener from urllib2, but you still need to import into urllib for some of the utility functions.

Bonus answer With Google App Engine, you can use any of httplib, urllib or urllib2, but all of them are just wrappers for Google's URL Fetch API. That is, you are still subject to the same limitations such as ports, protocols, and the length of the response allowed. You can use the core of the libraries as you would expect for retrieving HTTP URLs, though.

How does strtok() split the string into tokens in C?

strtok() divides the string into tokens. i.e. starting from any one of the delimiter to next one would be your one token. In your case, the starting token will be from "-" and end with next space " ". Then next token will start from " " and end with ",". Here you get "This" as output. Similarly the rest of the string gets split into tokens from space to space and finally ending the last token on "."

What's the difference between Instant and LocalDateTime?

You are wrong about LocalDateTime: it does not store any time-zone information and it has nanosecond precision. Quoting the Javadoc (emphasis mine):

A date-time without a time-zone in the ISO-8601 calendar system, such as 2007-12-03T10:15:30.

LocalDateTime is an immutable date-time object that represents a date-time, often viewed as year-month-day-hour-minute-second. Other date and time fields, such as day-of-year, day-of-week and week-of-year, can also be accessed. Time is represented to nanosecond precision. For example, the value "2nd October 2007 at 13:45.30.123456789" can be stored in a LocalDateTime.

The difference between the two is that Instant represents an offset from the Epoch (01-01-1970) and, as such, represents a particular instant on the time-line. Two Instant objects created at the same moment in two different places of the Earth will have exactly the same value.

Node.js fs.readdir recursive directory search

Using async/await, this should work:

const FS = require('fs');
const readDir = promisify(FS.readdir);
const fileStat = promisify(FS.stat);

async function getFiles(dir) {
    let files = await readDir(dir);

    let result = files.map(file => {
        let path = Path.join(dir,file);
        return fileStat(path).then(stat => stat.isDirectory() ? getFiles(path) : path);
    });

    return flatten(await Promise.all(result));
}

function flatten(arr) {
    return Array.prototype.concat(...arr);
}

You can use bluebird.Promisify or this:

/**
 * Returns a function that will wrap the given `nodeFunction`. Instead of taking a callback, the returned function will return a promise whose fate is decided by the callback behavior of the given node function. The node function should conform to node.js convention of accepting a callback as last argument and calling that callback with error as the first argument and success value on the second argument.
 *
 * @param {Function} nodeFunction
 * @returns {Function}
 */
module.exports = function promisify(nodeFunction) {
    return function(...args) {
        return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
            nodeFunction.call(this, ...args, (err, data) => {
                if(err) {
                    reject(err);
                } else {
                    resolve(data);
                }
            })
        });
    };
};

Node 8+ has Promisify built-in

See my other answer for a generator approach that can give results even faster.

pandas: filter rows of DataFrame with operator chaining

The answer from @lodagro is great. I would extend it by generalizing the mask function as:

def mask(df, f):
  return df[f(df)]

Then you can do stuff like:

df.mask(lambda x: x[0] < 0).mask(lambda x: x[1] > 0)

Changing capitalization of filenames in Git

Working example:

git mv ./src/images/poster_video.PNG ./src/images/poster_video.png

:: (double colon) operator in Java 8

This is a method reference in Java 8. The oracle documentation is here.

As stated in the documentation...

The method reference Person::compareByAge is a reference to a static method.

The following is an example of a reference to an instance method of a particular object:

class ComparisonProvider {
    public int compareByName(Person a, Person b) {
        return a.getName().compareTo(b.getName());
    }

    public int compareByAge(Person a, Person b) {
        return a.getBirthday().compareTo(b.getBirthday());
    }
}

ComparisonProvider myComparisonProvider = new ComparisonProvider();
Arrays.sort(rosterAsArray, myComparisonProvider::compareByName); 

The method reference myComparisonProvider::compareByName invokes the method compareByName that is part of the object myComparisonProvider. The JRE infers the method type arguments, which in this case are (Person, Person).

Use of Java's Collections.singletonList()?

The javadoc says this:

"Returns an immutable list containing only the specified object. The returned list is serializable."

You ask:

Why would I want to have a separate method to do that?

Primarily as a convenience ... to save you having to write a sequence of statements to:

  • create an empty list object
  • add an element to it, and
  • wrap it with an immutable wrapper.

It may also be a bit faster and/or save a bit of memory, but it is unlikely that these small savings will be significant. (An application that creates vast numbers of singleton lists is unusual to say the least.)

How does immutability play a role here?

It is part of the specification of the method; see above.

Are there any special useful use-cases for this method, rather than just being a convenience method?

Clearly, there are use-cases where it is convenient to use the singletonList method. But I don't know how you would (objectively) distinguish between an ordinary use-case and a "specially useful" one ...

How can I retrieve Id of inserted entity using Entity framework?

All answers are very well suited for their own scenarios, what i did different is that i assigned the int PK directly from object (TEntity) that Add() returned to an int variable like this;

using (Entities entities = new Entities())
{
      int employeeId = entities.Employee.Add(new Employee
                        {
                            EmployeeName = employeeComplexModel.EmployeeName,
                            EmployeeCreatedDate = DateTime.Now,
                            EmployeeUpdatedDate = DateTime.Now,
                            EmployeeStatus = true
                        }).EmployeeId;

      //...use id for other work
}

so instead of creating an entire new object, you just take what you want :)

EDIT For Mr. @GertArnold :

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How do I find an array item with TypeScript? (a modern, easier way)

You could just use underscore library.

Install it:

   npm install underscore --save
   npm install @types/underscore --save-dev

Import it

   import _ = require('underscore');

Use it

    var x = _.filter(
      [{ "id": 1 }, { "id": -2 }, { "id": 3 }],
      myObj => myObj.id < 0)
    );

Circular gradient in android

I always find images helpful when learning a new concept, so this is a supplemental answer.

enter image description here

The %p means a percentage of the parent, that is, a percentage of the narrowest dimension of whatever view we set our drawable on. The images above were generated by changing the gradientRadius in this code

my_gradient_drawable

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <gradient
        android:type="radial"
        android:gradientRadius="10%p"
        android:startColor="#f6ee19"
        android:endColor="#115ede" />
</shape>

Which can be set on a view's background attribute like this

<View
    android:layout_width="200dp"
    android:layout_height="100dp"
    android:background="@drawable/my_gradient_drawable"/>

Center

You can change the center of the radius with

android:centerX="0.2"
android:centerY="0.7"

where the decimals are fractions of the width and height for x and y respectively.

enter image description here

Documentation

Here are some notes from the documentation explaining things a little more.

android:gradientRadius

Radius of the gradient, used only with radial gradient. May be an explicit dimension or a fractional value relative to the shape's minimum dimension.

May be a floating point value, such as "1.2".

May be a dimension value, which is a floating point number appended with a unit such as "14.5sp". Available units are: px (pixels), dp (density-independent pixels), sp (scaled pixels based on preferred font size), in (inches), and mm (millimeters).

May be a fractional value, which is a floating point number appended with either % or %p, such as "14.5%". The % suffix always means a percentage of the base size; the optional %p suffix provides a size relative to some parent container.

Oracle SQL query for Date format

if you are using same date format and have select query where date in oracle :

   select count(id) from Table_name where TO_DATE(Column_date)='07-OCT-2015';

To_DATE provided by oracle

Understanding unique keys for array children in React.js

Check: key = undef !!!

You got also the warn message:

Each child in a list should have a unique "key" prop.

if your code is complete right, but if on

<ObjectRow key={someValue} />

someValue is undefined!!! Please check this first. You can save hours.

How can I get this ASP.NET MVC SelectList to work?

All these answers look great, but seems to be that the controller is preparing data for a View in a well-known structured format vs. letting the view simply iterate an IEnumerable<> delivered via the model and build a standard select list then let DefaultModelBinder deliver the selected item back to you via an action parameter. Yes, no, why not? Separation of concerns, yes? Seems odd to have the controller to build something so UI and View specific.

How to pass password automatically for rsync SSH command?

The following works for me:

SSHPASS='myPassword'
/usr/bin/rsync -a -r -p -o -g --progress --modify-window=1 --exclude /folderOne -s -u --rsh="/usr/bin/sshpass -p $SSHPASS ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -l root"  source-path  myDomain:dest-path  >&2

I had to install sshpass

Why does 'git commit' not save my changes?

As the message says:

no changes added to commit (use "git add" and/or "git commit -a")

Git has a "staging area" where files need to be added before being committed, you can read an explanation of it here.


For your specific example, you can use:

git commit -am "save arezzo files"

(note the extra a in the flags, can also be written as git commit -a -m "message" - both do the same thing)

Alternatively, if you want to be more selective about what you add to the commit, you use the git add command to add the appropriate files to the staging area, and git status to preview what is about to be added (remembering to pay attention to the wording used).

You can also find general documentation and tutorials for how to use git on the git documentation page which will give more detail about the concept of staging/adding files.


One other thing worth knowing about is interactive staging - this allows you to add parts of a file to the staging area, so if you've made three distinct code changes (for related but different functionality), you can use interactive mode to split the changes and add/commit each part in turn. Having smaller specific commits like this can be helpful.

Get the full URL in PHP

My favorite cross platform method for finding the current URL is:

$url = (isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) ? "https" : "http") . "://$_SERVER[HTTP_HOST]$_SERVER[REQUEST_URI]";

nodemon not working: -bash: nodemon: command not found

In Windows git bash, I fixed it by restarting git bash

Get difference between 2 dates in JavaScript?

I tried lots of ways, and found that using datepicker was the best, but the date format causes problems with JavaScript....

So here's my answer and can be run out of the box.

<input type="text" id="startdate">
<input type="text" id="enddate">
<input type="text" id="days">

<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.8.3.js"></script>
<script src="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.0/jquery-ui.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.10.3/themes/redmond/jquery-ui.css" />
<script>
$(document).ready(function() {

$( "#startdate,#enddate" ).datepicker({
changeMonth: true,
changeYear: true,
firstDay: 1,
dateFormat: 'dd/mm/yy',
})

$( "#startdate" ).datepicker({ dateFormat: 'dd-mm-yy' });
$( "#enddate" ).datepicker({ dateFormat: 'dd-mm-yy' });

$('#enddate').change(function() {
var start = $('#startdate').datepicker('getDate');
var end   = $('#enddate').datepicker('getDate');

if (start<end) {
var days   = (end - start)/1000/60/60/24;
$('#days').val(days);
}
else {
alert ("You cant come back before you have been!");
$('#startdate').val("");
$('#enddate').val("");
$('#days').val("");
}
}); //end change function
}); //end ready
</script>

a Fiddle can be seen here DEMO

html5 input for money/currency

Well in the end I had to compromise by implementing a HTML5/CSS solution, forgoing increment buttons in IE (they're a bit broke in FF anyway!), but gaining number validation that the JQuery spinner doesn't provide. Though I have had to go with a step of whole numbers.

_x000D_
_x000D_
span.gbp {_x000D_
    float: left;_x000D_
    text-align: left;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
span.gbp::before {_x000D_
    float: left;_x000D_
    content: "\00a3"; /* £ */_x000D_
    padding: 3px 4px 3px 3px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
span.gbp input {_x000D_
     width: 280px !important;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<label for="broker_fees">Broker Fees</label>_x000D_
<span class="gbp">_x000D_
    <input type="number" placeholder="Enter whole GBP (&pound;) or zero for none" min="0" max="10000" step="1" value="" name="Broker_Fees" id="broker_fees" required="required" />_x000D_
</span>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

The validation is a bit flaky across browsers, where IE/FF allow commas and decimal places (as long as it's .00), where as Chrome/Opera don't and want just numbers.

I guess it's a shame that the JQuery spinner won't work with a number type input, but the docs explicitly state not to do that :-( and I'm puzzled as to why a number spinner widget allows input of any ascii char?

How to delete only the content of file in python

You can do this:

def deleteContent(pfile):
    fn=pfile.name 
    pfile.close()
    return open(fn,'w')

Cycles in family tree software

It seems you (and/or your company) have a fundamental misunderstanding of what a family tree is supposed to be.

Let me clarify, I also work for a company that has (as one of its products) a family tree in its portfolio, and we have been struggling with similar problems.

The problem, in our case, and I assume your case as well, comes from the GEDCOM format that is extremely opinionated about what a family should be. However this format contains some severe misconceptions about what a family tree really looks like.

GEDCOM has many issues, such as incompatibility with same sex relations, incest, etc... Which in real life happens more often than you'd imagine (especially when going back in time to the 1700-1800).

We have modeled our family tree to what happens in the real world: Events (for example, births, weddings, engagement, unions, deaths, adoptions, etc.). We do not put any restrictions on these, except for logically impossible ones (for example, one can't be one's own parent, relations need two individuals, etc...)

The lack of validations gives us a more "real world", simpler and more flexible solution.

As for this specific case, I would suggest removing the assertions as they do not hold universally.

For displaying issues (that will arise) I would suggest drawing the same node as many times as needed, hinting at the duplication by lighting up all the copies on selecting one of them.

How to modify existing XML file with XmlDocument and XmlNode in C#

You need to do something like this:

// instantiate XmlDocument and load XML from file
XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
doc.Load(@"D:\test.xml");

// get a list of nodes - in this case, I'm selecting all <AID> nodes under
// the <GroupAIDs> node - change to suit your needs
XmlNodeList aNodes = doc.SelectNodes("/Equipment/DataCollections/GroupAIDs/AID");

// loop through all AID nodes
foreach (XmlNode aNode in aNodes)
{
   // grab the "id" attribute
   XmlAttribute idAttribute = aNode.Attributes["id"];

   // check if that attribute even exists...
   if (idAttribute != null)
   {
      // if yes - read its current value
      string currentValue = idAttribute.Value;

      // here, you can now decide what to do - for demo purposes,
      // I just set the ID value to a fixed value if it was empty before
      if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(currentValue))
      {
         idAttribute.Value = "515";
      }
   }
}

// save the XmlDocument back to disk
doc.Save(@"D:\test2.xml");

How to run Unix shell script from Java code?

Yes it is possible to do so. This worked out for me.

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;

import org.omg.CORBA.portable.InputStream;

public static void readBashScript() {
        try {
            Process proc = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("/home/destino/workspace/JavaProject/listing.sh /"); //Whatever you want to execute
            BufferedReader read = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(
                    proc.getInputStream()));
            try {
                proc.waitFor();
            } catch (InterruptedException e) {
                System.out.println(e.getMessage());
            }
            while (read.ready()) {
                System.out.println(read.readLine());
            }
        } catch (IOException e) {
            System.out.println(e.getMessage());
        }
    }

SQL Connection Error: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904)

Check you routes, the update on 9/28/2014 impacted us. We had to adjust our older servers and add new routes. Here is the article http://www.rackspace.com/knowledge_center/article/updating-servicenet-routes-on-cloud-servers-created-before-june-3-2013

Quotation marks inside a string

You need to escape the quotation marks:

String name = "\"john\"";

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Can not perform this action after onSaveInstanceState

This solved my problem: Kotlin Code:

val fragmentTransaction = activity.supportFragmentManager.beginTransaction()
fragmentTransaction.add(dialogFragment, tag)
fragmentTransaction.commitAllowingStateLoss()

How is commitAllowingStateLoss() is different than commit() ?

As per documentation:

Like commit() but allows the commit to be executed after an activity's state is saved. https://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/FragmentTransaction#commitAllowingStateLoss()

P.S: you can show Fragment Dialogs or can load fragments by this method. Applicable for both.

Get push notification while App in foreground iOS

Here is the code to receive Push Notification when app in active state (foreground or open). UNUserNotificationCenter documentation

@available(iOS 10.0, *)
func userNotificationCenter(center: UNUserNotificationCenter, willPresentNotification notification: UNNotification, withCompletionHandler completionHandler: (UNNotificationPresentationOptions) -> Void)
{
     completionHandler([UNNotificationPresentationOptions.Alert,UNNotificationPresentationOptions.Sound,UNNotificationPresentationOptions.Badge])
}

If you need to access userInfo of notification use code: notification.request.content.userInfo

MySQL direct INSERT INTO with WHERE clause

Example of how to perform a INSERT INTO SELECT with a WHERE clause.

INSERT INTO #test2 (id) SELECT id FROM #test1 WHERE id > 2

What is the best method of handling currency/money?

Using Virtual Attributes (Link to revised(paid) Railscast) you can store your price_in_cents in an integer column and add a virtual attribute price_in_dollars in your product model as a getter and setter.

# Add a price_in_cents integer column
$ rails g migration add_price_in_cents_to_products price_in_cents:integer

# Use virtual attributes in your Product model
# app/models/product.rb

def price_in_dollars
  price_in_cents.to_d/100 if price_in_cents
end

def price_in_dollars=(dollars)
  self.price_in_cents = dollars.to_d*100 if dollars.present?
end

Source: RailsCasts #016: Virtual Attributes: Virtual attributes are a clean way to add form fields that do not map directly to the database. Here I show how to handle validations, associations, and more.

How to import Maven dependency in Android Studio/IntelliJ?

Android Studio 3

The answers that talk about Maven Central are dated since Android Studio uses JCenter as the default repository center now. Your project's build.gradle file should have something like this:

repositories {
    google()
    jcenter()
}

So as long as the developer has their Maven repository there (which Picasso does), then all you would have to do is add a single line to the dependencies section of your app's build.gradle file.

dependencies {
    // ...
    implementation 'com.squareup.picasso:picasso:2.5.2'
}

How do I create a crontab through a script

Even more simple answer to you question would be:

echo "0 1 * * * /root/test.sh" | tee -a /var/spool/cron/root

You can setup cronjobs on remote servers as below:

#!/bin/bash
servers="srv1 srv2 srv3 srv4 srv5"
for i in $servers
  do
  echo "0 1 * * * /root/test.sh" | ssh $i " tee -a /var/spool/cron/root"
done

In Linux, the default location of the crontab file is /var/spool/cron/. Here you can find the crontab files of all users. You just need to append your cronjob entry to the respective user's file. In the above example, the root user's crontab file is getting appended with a cronjob to run /root/test.sh every day at 1 AM.

How to add Python to Windows registry

When installing Python 3.4 the "Add python.exe to Path" came up unselected. Re-installed with this selected and problem resolved.

Convert ASCII number to ASCII Character in C

If i is the int, then

char c = i;

makes it a char. You might want to add a check that the value is <128 if it comes from an untrusted source. This is best done with isascii from <ctype.h>, if available on your system (see @Steve Jessop's comment to this answer).

Set NOW() as Default Value for datetime datatype?

ALTER TABLE table_name
  CHANGE COLUMN date_column_name date_column_name DATETIME NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP;

Finally, This worked for me!

Scripting Language vs Programming Language

To understand the difference between a scripting language and a programming language, one has to understand why scripting languages were born.

Initially, there were programming languages that was written to build programs like excel, word, browsers, games and etc. These programs were built with languages like c and java. Overtime, these programs needed a way for users to create new functionality, so they had to provide an interface to their bytecode and hence scripting languages were born.

A scripting language usually isnt compiled so can run as soon as you write something meaningful. Hence excel may be built using C++ but it exposes a scripting language called VBA for users to define functionality. Similarly browsers may be built with C++/Java but they expose a scripting language called javascript (not related to java in any way). Games, are usually built with C++ but expose a language called Lua for users to define custom functionality.

A scripting language usually sits behind some programming language. Scripting languages usually have less access to the computers native abilities since they run on a subset of the original programming language. An example here is that Javascript will not be able to access your file system. Scripting languages are usually slower than programming languages.

Although scripting languages may have less access and are slower, they can be very powerful tools. One factor attributing to a scripting languages success is the ease of updating. Do you remember the days of java applets on the web, this is an example of running a programming language (java) vs running a scripting language (javascript). At the time, computers were not as powerful and javascript wasn't as mature so Java applets dominated the scenes. But Java applets were annoying, they required the user to sort of load and compile the language. Fast forward to today, Java applets are almost extinct and Javascript dominates the scene. Javascript is extremely fast to load since most of the browser components have been installed already.

Lastly, scripting languages are also considered programming languages (although some people refuse to accept this) - the term we should be using here is scripting languages vs compiled languages.

Unable to connect to SQL Server instance remotely

In addition to configuring the SQL Server Browser service in Services.msc to Automatic, and starting the service, I had to enable TCP/IP in: SQL Server Configuration Manager | SQL Server Network Configuration | Protocols for [INSTANCE NAME] | TCP/IP

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How to get current language code with Swift?

In Swift 3

let langStr = Locale.current.languageCode

Codeigniter LIKE with wildcard(%)

Searching multiple fields at once can be done like so...

function search($search)
{
    $sql = "SELECT * FROM some_table
    WHERE UPPER(a_name) LIKE ?
    OR
    UPPER(a_full_name) LIKE ?
    OR
    UPPER(a_city) LIKE ?
    OR
    UPPER(a_code) LIKE ?
    ";
    $arr = array_map(array($this,"wrapLIKE"),array($search, $search, $search, $search));
    $r = $this->db->query($sql, $arr);
    return $r;
}

function wrapLIKE($string)
{
    return strtoupper("%$string%");
}

Django MEDIA_URL and MEDIA_ROOT

This if for Django 1.10:

 if settings.DEBUG:
    urlpatterns += staticfiles_urlpatterns()
    urlpatterns += static(settings.MEDIA_URL, document_root=settings.MEDIA_ROOT)

List comprehension vs. lambda + filter

Curiously on Python 3, I see filter performing faster than list comprehensions.

I always thought that the list comprehensions would be more performant. Something like: [name for name in brand_names_db if name is not None] The bytecode generated is a bit better.

>>> def f1(seq):
...     return list(filter(None, seq))
>>> def f2(seq):
...     return [i for i in seq if i is not None]
>>> disassemble(f1.__code__)
2         0 LOAD_GLOBAL              0 (list)
          2 LOAD_GLOBAL              1 (filter)
          4 LOAD_CONST               0 (None)
          6 LOAD_FAST                0 (seq)
          8 CALL_FUNCTION            2
         10 CALL_FUNCTION            1
         12 RETURN_VALUE
>>> disassemble(f2.__code__)
2           0 LOAD_CONST               1 (<code object <listcomp> at 0x10cfcaa50, file "<stdin>", line 2>)
          2 LOAD_CONST               2 ('f2.<locals>.<listcomp>')
          4 MAKE_FUNCTION            0
          6 LOAD_FAST                0 (seq)
          8 GET_ITER
         10 CALL_FUNCTION            1
         12 RETURN_VALUE

But they are actually slower:

   >>> timeit(stmt="f1(range(1000))", setup="from __main__ import f1,f2")
   21.177661532000116
   >>> timeit(stmt="f2(range(1000))", setup="from __main__ import f1,f2")
   42.233950221000214

How to split a comma-separated value to columns

I found that using PARSENAME as above caused any name with a period to get nulled.

So if there was an initial or a title in the name followed by a dot they return NULL.

I found this worked for me:

SELECT 
REPLACE(SUBSTRING(FullName, 1,CHARINDEX(',', FullName)), ',','') as Name,
REPLACE(SUBSTRING(FullName, CHARINDEX(',', FullName), LEN(FullName)), ',', '') as Surname
FROM Table1

How do I search for names with apostrophe in SQL Server?

That's:

SELECT * FROM Header 
WHERE (userID LIKE '%''%')

ini_set("memory_limit") in PHP 5.3.3 is not working at all

Works for me, has nothing to do with PHP 5.3. Just like many such options it cannot be overriden via ini_set() when safe_mode is enabled. Check your updated php.ini (and better yet: change the memory_limit there too).

How to convert a String to CharSequence?

Attempting to provide some (possible) context for OP's question by posting my own trouble. I'm working in Scala, but the error messages I'm getting all reference Java types, and the error message reads a lot like the compiler complaining that CharSequence is not a String. I confirmed in the source code that String implements the CharSequence interface, but the error message draws attention to the difference between String and CharSequence while hiding the real source of the trouble:

scala> cols
res8: Iterable[String] = List(Item, a, b)

scala> val header = String.join(",", cols)
<console>:13: error: overloaded method value join with alternatives:
  (x$1: CharSequence,x$2: java.lang.Iterable[_ <: CharSequence])String <and>
  (x$1: CharSequence,x$2: CharSequence*)String
 cannot be applied to (String, Iterable[String])
       val header = String.join(",", cols)

I was able to fix this problem with the realization that the problem wasn't String / CharSequence, but rather a mismatch between java.lang.Iterable and Scala's built-in Iterable.

scala> val header = String.join(",", coll: _*)
header: String = Item,a,b

My particular problem can also be solved via the answers at Scala: join an iterable of strings

In summary, OP and others who come across similar problems should parse the error messages very closely and see what other type conversions might be involved.

Changing background color of ListView items on Android

Following way very slowly in the running

mAgendaListView.setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener() {
public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {
//view.setBackgroundColor(Color.RED);

for(int i=0; i<parent.getChildCount(); i++)
{
     if(i == position)
     {
               parent.getChildAt(i).setBackgroundColor(Color.BLUE);
     }
     else
     {
               parent.getChildAt(i).setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);
     }

 }

Replaced by the following

int pos = 0;
int save = -1;
    @Override
    public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position,
            long id) {
            //Always set the item clicked blue background
            view.setBackgroundColor(Color.BLUE);

            if (pos == 0) {
                if (save != -1) {
                    parent.getChildAt(save).setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);
                }
                save = position;
                pos++;
                Log.d("Pos = 0", "Running");

            } else {
                parent.getChildAt(save).setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);
                save = position;
                pos = 0;
                Log.d("Pos # 0", "Running");
            }

Return string Input with parse.string

As you see in an error UseCalls.java:27: error: cannot find symbol return String.parseString(input); there is no method parseString in String class. There is no need to parse it as long as JOptionPane.showInputDialog(prompt); already returns a string.

SELECT DISTINCT on one column

Assuming that you're on SQL Server 2005 or greater, you can use a CTE with ROW_NUMBER():

SELECT  *
FROM    (SELECT ID, SKU, Product,
                ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY PRODUCT ORDER BY ID) AS RowNumber
         FROM   MyTable
         WHERE  SKU LIKE 'FOO%') AS a
WHERE   a.RowNumber = 1

Auto increment in phpmyadmin

In phpMyAdmin, if you set up a field in your table to auto increment, and then insert a row and set that field's value to 10000, it will continue from there.

Correct way to quit a Qt program?

You can call qApp.exit();. I always use that and never had a problem with it.

If you application is a command line application, you might indeed want to return an exit code. It's completely up to you what the code is.

How to make 'submit' button disabled?

It is important that you include the "required" keyword inside each one of your mandatory input tags for it to work.

 <form (ngSubmit)="login(loginForm.value)" #loginForm="ngForm">
    ...
    <input ngModel required name="username" id="userName" type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="User Name..." />
    <button type="submit" [disabled]="loginForm.invalid" class="btn btn-primary">Login</button>

ASP.NET / C#: DropDownList SelectedIndexChanged in server control not firing

You need to set AutoPostBack to true for the Country DropDownList.

protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e)
{
    // base stuff

    ddlCountries.AutoPostBack = true;

    // other stuff
}

Edit

I missed that you had done this. In that case you need to check that ViewState is enabled.

Connection refused on docker container

In Docker Quickstart Terminal run following command: $ docker-machine ip 192.168.99.100

Add missing dates to pandas dataframe

Here's a nice method to fill in missing dates into a dataframe, with your choice of fill_value, days_back to fill in, and sort order (date_order) by which to sort the dataframe:

def fill_in_missing_dates(df, date_col_name = 'date',date_order = 'asc', fill_value = 0, days_back = 30):

    df.set_index(date_col_name,drop=True,inplace=True)
    df.index = pd.DatetimeIndex(df.index)
    d = datetime.now().date()
    d2 = d - timedelta(days = days_back)
    idx = pd.date_range(d2, d, freq = "D")
    df = df.reindex(idx,fill_value=fill_value)
    df[date_col_name] = pd.DatetimeIndex(df.index)

    return df

Get a list of dates between two dates

select * from table_name where col_Date between '2011/02/25' AND DATEADD(s,-1,DATEADD(d,1,'2011/02/27'))

Here, first add a day to the current endDate, it will be 2011-02-28 00:00:00, then you subtract one second to make the end date 2011-02-27 23:59:59. By doing this, you can get all the dates between the given intervals.

output:
2011/02/25
2011/02/26
2011/02/27

How can I delete a file from a Git repository?

According to the documentation.

git rm --cached file1.txt

When it comes to sensitive data—better not say that you removed the file but rather just include it in the last known commit:

0. Amend last commit

git commit --amend -CHEAD

If you want to delete the file from all git history, according to the documentation you should do the following:

1. Remove it from your local history

git filter-branch --force --index-filter \ "git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch PATH-TO-YOUR-FILE-WITH-SENSITIVE-DATA" \  --prune-empty --tag-name-filter cat -- --all
# Replace PATH-TO-YOUR-FILE-WITH-SENSITIVE-DATA with the path to the file you want to remove, not just its filename
  1. Don't forget to include this file in .gitignore (If it's a file you never want to share (such as passwords...):
echo "YOUR-FILE-WITH-SENSITIVE-DATA" >> .gitignore
git add .gitignore
git commit -m "Add YOUR-FILE-WITH-SENSITIVE-DATA to .gitignore"

3. If you need to remove from the remote

git push origin --force --all

4. If you also need to remove it from tag releases:

git push origin --force --tags

SQL Server : export query as a .txt file

The BCP Utility can also be used in the form of a .bat file, but be cautious of escape sequences (ie quotes "" must be used in conjunction with ) and the appropriate tags.

.bat Example:

C:
bcp "\"YOUR_SERVER\".dbo.Proc" queryout C:\FilePath.txt -T -c -q
-- Add PAUSE here if you'd like to see the completed batch

-q MUST be used in the presence of quotations within the query itself.

BCP can also run Stored Procedures if necessary. Again, be cautious: Temporary Tables must be created prior to execution or else you should consider using Table Variables.

How do I add an element to a list in Groovy?

From the documentation:

We can add to a list in many ways:

assert [1,2] + 3 + [4,5] + 6 == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
assert [1,2].plus(3).plus([4,5]).plus(6) == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
    //equivalent method for +
def a= [1,2,3]; a += 4; a += [5,6]; assert a == [1,2,3,4,5,6]
assert [1, *[222, 333], 456] == [1, 222, 333, 456]
assert [ *[1,2,3] ] == [1,2,3]
assert [ 1, [2,3,[4,5],6], 7, [8,9] ].flatten() == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

def list= [1,2]
list.add(3) //alternative method name
list.addAll([5,4]) //alternative method name
assert list == [1,2,3,5,4]

list= [1,2]
list.add(1,3) //add 3 just before index 1
assert list == [1,3,2]
list.addAll(2,[5,4]) //add [5,4] just before index 2
assert list == [1,3,5,4,2]

list = ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g']
list[8] = 'x'
assert list == ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g', null, 'x']

You can also do:

def myNewList = myList << "fifth"

Variable not accessible when initialized outside function

My guess is that the system-status element is declared after the variable declaration is run. Thus, at the time the variable is declared, it is actually being set to null?

You should declare it only, then assign its value from an onLoad handler instead, because then you will be sure that it has properly initialized (loaded) the element in question.

You could also try putting the script at the bottom of the page (or at least somewhere after the system-status element is declared) but it's not guaranteed to always work.

How to customize the background color of a UITableViewCell?

After trying out all different solutions, the following method is the most elegant one. Change the color in the following delegate method:

- (void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath {
    if (...){
        cell.backgroundColor = [UIColor blueColor];
    } else {
        cell.backgroundColor = [UIColor whiteColor];
    }
}

Angular.js: set element height on page load

$(document).ready(function() {
       scope.$apply(function() {
                applyHeight();
            });
});

This also ensures that all the scripts have been loaded before the execution of the statements. If you dont need that you can use

$(window).load(function() {
       scope.$apply(function() {
                applyHeight();
            });
});

Shell - Write variable contents to a file

All of the above work, but also have to work around a problem (escapes and special characters) that doesn't need to occur in the first place: Special characters when the variable is expanded by the shell. Just don't do that (variable expansion) in the first place. Use the variable directly, without expansion.

Also, if your variable contains a secret and you want to copy that secret into a file, you might want to not have expansion in the command line as tracing/command echo of the shell commands might reveal the secret. Means, all answers which use $var in the command line may have a potential security risk by exposing the variable contents to tracing and logging of the shell.

Use this:

printenv var >file

That means, in case of the OP question:

printenv var >"$destfile"

Note: variable names are case sensitive.

Tab space instead of multiple non-breaking spaces ("nbsp")?

we can use style="white-space:pre" like this:

<p>Text<tab style="white-space:pre">        </tab>: value</p>
<p>Text2<tab style="white-space:pre">   </tab>: value2</p>
<p>Text32<tab style="white-space:pre">  </tab>: value32</p>

the blank space inside is filled with tabs, the amount of tabs is depend on the text.

it will looks like this:

Text    : value
Text2   : value2
Text32  : value32

Why can't decimal numbers be represented exactly in binary?

The root (mathematical) reason is that when you are dealing with integers, they are countably infinite.

Which means, even though there are an infinite amount of them, we could "count out" all of the items in the sequence, without skipping any. That means if we want to get the item in the 610000000000000th position in the list, we can figure it out via a formula.

However, real numbers are uncountably infinite. You can't say "give me the real number at position 610000000000000" and get back an answer. The reason is because, even between 0 and 1, there are an infinite number of values, when you are considering floating-point values. The same holds true for any two floating point numbers.

More info:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countable_set

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncountable_set

Update: My apologies, I appear to have misinterpreted the question. My response is about why we cannot represent every real value, I hadn't realized that floating point was automatically classified as rational.

UIView touch event in controller

Swift 4 / 5:

let gesture = UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self, action:  #selector(self.checkAction))
self.myView.addGestureRecognizer(gesture)

@objc func checkAction(sender : UITapGestureRecognizer) {
    // Do what you want
}

Swift 3:

let gesture = UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self, action:  #selector(self.checkAction(sender:)))
self.myView.addGestureRecognizer(gesture)

func checkAction(sender : UITapGestureRecognizer) {
    // Do what you want
}

Can I fade in a background image (CSS: background-image) with jQuery?

You can give opacity value as

div {opacity: 0.4;}

For IE, you can specify as

div { filter:alpha(opacity=10));}

Lower the value - Higher the transparency.

Making a request to a RESTful API using python

Using requests:

import requests
url = 'http://ES_search_demo.com/document/record/_search?pretty=true'
data = '''{
  "query": {
    "bool": {
      "must": [
        {
          "text": {
            "record.document": "SOME_JOURNAL"
          }
        },
        {
          "text": {
            "record.articleTitle": "farmers"
          }
        }
      ],
      "must_not": [],
      "should": []
    }
  },
  "from": 0,
  "size": 50,
  "sort": [],
  "facets": {}
}'''
response = requests.post(url, data=data)

Depending on what kind of response your API returns, you will then probably want to look at response.text or response.json() (or possibly inspect response.status_code first). See the quickstart docs here, especially this section.

How can I write a heredoc to a file in Bash script?

If you want to keep the heredoc indented for readability:

$ perl -pe 's/^\s*//' << EOF
     line 1
     line 2
EOF

The built-in method for supporting indented heredoc in Bash only supports leading tabs, not spaces.

Perl can be replaced with awk to save a few characters, but the Perl one is probably easier to remember if you know basic regular expressions.

Using Javascript in CSS

Not in any conventional sense of the phrase "inside CSS."

ASP.NET MVC Yes/No Radio Buttons with Strongly Bound Model MVC

Here is a more complete example using a fieldset for accessibility reasons and specifying the first button as the default. Without a fieldset, what the radio buttons are for as a whole can not be programmatically determined.

Model

public class MyModel
{
    public bool IsMarried { get; set; }
}

View

<fieldset>
    <legend>Married</legend>

    @Html.RadioButtonFor(e => e.IsMarried, true, new { id = "married-true" })
    @Html.Label("married-true", "Yes")

    @Html.RadioButtonFor(e => e.IsMarried, false, new { id = "married-false" })
    @Html.Label("married-false", "No")
</fieldset>

You can add a @checked argument to the anonymous object to set the radio button as the default:

new { id = "married-true", @checked = 'checked' }

Note that you can bind to a string by replacing true and false with the string values.

SimpleDateFormat parse loses timezone

OP's solution to his problem, as he says, has dubious output. That code still shows confusion about representations of time. To clear up this confusion, and make code that won't lead to wrong times, consider this extension of what he did:

public static void _testDateFormatting() {
    SimpleDateFormat sdfGMT1 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss");
    sdfGMT1.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT"));
    SimpleDateFormat sdfGMT2 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss z");
    sdfGMT2.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT"));

    SimpleDateFormat sdfLocal1 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss");
    SimpleDateFormat sdfLocal2 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss z");

    try {
        Date d = new Date();
        String s1 = d.toString();
        String s2 = sdfLocal1.format(d);
        // Store s3 or s4 in database.
        String s3 = sdfGMT1.format(d);
        String s4 = sdfGMT2.format(d);
        // Retrieve s3 or s4 from database, using LOCAL sdf.
        String s5 = sdfLocal1.parse(s3).toString();
        //EXCEPTION String s6 = sdfLocal2.parse(s3).toString();
        String s7 = sdfLocal1.parse(s4).toString();
        String s8 = sdfLocal2.parse(s4).toString();
        // Retrieve s3 from database, using GMT sdf.
        // Note that this is the SAME sdf that created s3.
        Date d2 = sdfGMT1.parse(s3);
        String s9 = d2.toString();
        String s10 = sdfGMT1.format(d2);
        String s11 = sdfLocal2.format(d2);
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }       
}

examining values in a debugger:

s1  "Mon Sep 07 06:11:53 EDT 2015" (id=831698113128)    
s2  "2015.09.07 06:11:53" (id=831698114048) 
s3  "2015.09.07 10:11:53" (id=831698114968) 
s4  "2015.09.07 10:11:53 GMT+00:00" (id=831698116112)   
s5  "Mon Sep 07 10:11:53 EDT 2015" (id=831698116944)    
s6  -- omitted, gave parse exception    
s7  "Mon Sep 07 10:11:53 EDT 2015" (id=831698118680)    
s8  "Mon Sep 07 06:11:53 EDT 2015" (id=831698119584)    
s9  "Mon Sep 07 06:11:53 EDT 2015" (id=831698120392)    
s10 "2015.09.07 10:11:53" (id=831698121312) 
s11 "2015.09.07 06:11:53 EDT" (id=831698122256) 

sdf2 and sdfLocal2 include time zone, so we can see what is really going on. s1 & s2 are at 06:11:53 in zone EDT. s3 & s4 are at 10:11:53 in zone GMT -- equivalent to the original EDT time. Imagine we save s3 or s4 in a data base, where we are using GMT for consistency, so we can have times from anywhere in the world, without storing different time zones.

s5 parses the GMT time, but treats it as a local time. So it says "10:11:53" -- the GMT time -- but thinks it is 10:11:53 in local time. Not good.

s7 parses the GMT time, but ignores the GMT in the string, so still treats it as a local time.

s8 works, because now we include GMT in the string, and the local zone parser uses it to convert from one time zone to another.

Now suppose you don't want to store the zone, you want to be able to parse s3, but display it as a local time. The answer is to parse using the same time zone it was stored in -- so use the same sdf as it was created in, sdfGMT1. s9, s10, & s11 are all representations of the original time. They are all "correct". That is, d2 == d1. Then it is only a question of how you want to DISPLAY it. If you want to display what is stored in DB -- GMT time -- then you need to format it using a GMT sdf. Ths is s10.

So here is the final solution, if you don't want to explicitly store with " GMT" in the string, and want to display in GMT format:

public static void _testDateFormatting() {
    SimpleDateFormat sdfGMT1 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss");
    sdfGMT1.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT"));

    try {
        Date d = new Date();
        String s3 = sdfGMT1.format(d);
        // Store s3 in DB.
        // ...
        // Retrieve s3 from database, using GMT sdf.
        Date d2 = sdfGMT1.parse(s3);
        String s10 = sdfGMT1.format(d2);
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }       
}

How to set Java environment path in Ubuntu

Create/Open ~/.bashrc file $vim ~/.bashrc Add JAVA_HOME and PATH as refering to your JDK path

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/<your version of java>
export PATH=${PATH}:${JAVA_HOME}/bin

Save file

Now type java - version it should display what you set in .bashrc file. This will persisted over session as wel.

Example :

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What data type to use for hashed password field and what length?

for md5 vARCHAR(32) is appropriate. For those using AES better to use varbinary.

How to convert enum names to string in c

One way, making the preprocessor do the work. It also ensures your enums and strings are in sync.

#define FOREACH_FRUIT(FRUIT) \
        FRUIT(apple)   \
        FRUIT(orange)  \
        FRUIT(grape)   \
        FRUIT(banana)  \

#define GENERATE_ENUM(ENUM) ENUM,
#define GENERATE_STRING(STRING) #STRING,

enum FRUIT_ENUM {
    FOREACH_FRUIT(GENERATE_ENUM)
};

static const char *FRUIT_STRING[] = {
    FOREACH_FRUIT(GENERATE_STRING)
};

After the preprocessor gets done, you'll have:

enum FRUIT_ENUM {
    apple, orange, grape, banana,
};

static const char *FRUIT_STRING[] = {
    "apple", "orange", "grape", "banana",
};

Then you could do something like:

printf("enum apple as a string: %s\n",FRUIT_STRING[apple]);

If the use case is literally just printing the enum name, add the following macros:

#define str(x) #x
#define xstr(x) str(x)

Then do:

printf("enum apple as a string: %s\n", xstr(apple));

In this case, it may seem like the two-level macro is superfluous, however, due to how stringification works in C, it is necessary in some cases. For example, let's say we want to use a #define with an enum:

#define foo apple

int main() {
    printf("%s\n", str(foo));
    printf("%s\n", xstr(foo));
}

The output would be:

foo
apple

This is because str will stringify the input foo rather than expand it to be apple. By using xstr the macro expansion is done first, then that result is stringified.

See Stringification for more information.

How to store printStackTrace into a string

StackTraceElement[] stack = new Exception().getStackTrace();
String theTrace = "";
for(StackTraceElement line : stack)
{
   theTrace += line.toString();
}

Location of hibernate.cfg.xml in project?

Give the path relative to your project.

Create a folder called resources in your src and put your config file there.

   configuration.configure("/resources/hibernate.cfg.xml");

And If you check your code

Configuration  configuration = new Configuration().configure( "C:\\Users\\Nikolay_Tkachev\\workspace\\hiberTest\\src\\logic\\hibernate.cfg.xml");
return new Configuration().configure().buildSessionFactory();

In two lines you are creating two configuration objects.

That should work(haven't tested) if you write,

Configuration  configuration = new Configuration().configure( "C:\\Users\\Nikolay_Tkachev\\workspace\\hiberTest\\src\\logic\\hibernate.cfg.xml");
return  configuration.buildSessionFactory();

But It fails after you deploy on the server,Since you are using system path than project relative path.

Reading a single char in Java

Using nextline and System.in.read as often proposed requires the user to hit enter after typing a character. However, people searching for an answer to this question, may also be interested in directly respond to a key press in a console!

I found a solution to do so using jline3, wherein we first change the terminal into rawmode to directly respond to keys, and then wait for the next entered character:

var terminal = TerminalBuilder.terminal()
terminal.enterRawMode()
var reader = terminal.reader()

var c = reader.read()
<dependency>
    <groupId>org.jline</groupId>
    <artifactId>jline</artifactId>
    <version>3.12.3</version>
</dependency>

Extracting the last n characters from a string in R

str = 'This is an example'
n = 7
result = substr(str,(nchar(str)+1)-n,nchar(str))
print(result)

> [1] "example"
> 

Bootstrap $('#myModal').modal('show') is not working

This can happen for a few reasons:

  1. You forgot to include Jquery library in the document
  2. You included the Jquery library more than once in the document
  3. You forgot to include bootstrap.js library in the document
  4. The versions of your Javascript and Bootstrap does not match. Refer bootstrap documentation to make sure the versions are matching
  5. The modal <div> is missing the modal class
  6. The id of the modal <div> is incorrect. (eg: you wrongly prepended # in the id of the <div>)
  7. # sign is missing in the Jquery selector

How to support UTF-8 encoding in Eclipse

You can set an explicit Java default character encoding operating system-wide by setting the environment variable JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS with the value -Dfile.encoding="UTF-8". Next time you start Eclipse, it should adhere to UTF-8 as the default character set.

See https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/troubleshoot/envvars002.html

Is there a /dev/null on Windows?

You have to use start and $NUL for this in Windows PowerShell:

Type in this command assuming mySum is the name of your application and 5 10 are command line arguments you are sending.

start .\mySum  5 10 > $NUL 2>&1

The start command will start a detached process, a similar effect to &. The /B option prevents start from opening a new terminal window if the program you are running is a console application. and NUL is Windows' equivalent of /dev/null. The 2>&1 at the end will redirect stderr to stdout, which will all go to NUL.

What is the shortcut in IntelliJ IDEA to find method / functions?

Intellij v 13.1.4, OSX

The Open Symbol keyboard shortcut is command+shift+s

How to select the comparison of two columns as one column in Oracle

I stopped using DECODE several years ago because it is non-portable. Also, it is less flexible and less readable than a CASE/WHEN.

However, there is one neat "trick" you can do with decode because of how it deals with NULL. In decode, NULL is equal to NULL. That can be exploited to tell whether two columns are different as below.

select a, b, decode(a, b, 'true', 'false') as same
  from t;

     A       B  SAME
------  ------  -----
     1       1  true
     1       0  false
     1          false
  null    null  true  

How to convert a byte to its binary string representation

Integer.toBinaryString((byteValue & 0xFF) + 256).substring(1)

Why does the PHP json_encode function convert UTF-8 strings to hexadecimal entities?

Is this the expected behavior?

the json_encode() only works with UTF-8 encoded data.

maybe you can get an answer to convert it here: cyrillic-characters-in-phps-json-encode

Undo git update-index --assume-unchanged <file>

I assume (heh) you meant --assume-unchanged, since I don't see any --assume-changed option. The inverse of --assume-unchanged is --no-assume-unchanged.

Generate random colors (RGB)

Here:

def random_color():
    rgbl=[255,0,0]
    random.shuffle(rgbl)
    return tuple(rgbl)

The result is either red, green or blue. The method is not applicable to other sets of colors though, where you'd have to build a list of all the colors you want to choose from and then use random.choice to pick one at random.

Why doesn't C++ have a garbage collector?

One of the fundamental principles behind the original C language is that memory is composed of a sequence of bytes, and code need only care about what those bytes mean at the exact moment that they are being used. Modern C allows compilers to impose additional restrictions, but C includes--and C++ retains--the ability to decompose a pointer into a sequence of bytes, assemble any sequence of bytes containing the same values into a pointer, and then use that pointer to access the earlier object.

While that ability can be useful--or even indispensable--in some kinds of applications, a language that includes that ability will be very limited in its ability to support any kind of useful and reliable garbage collection. If a compiler doesn't know everything that has been done with the bits that made up a pointer, it will have no way of knowing whether information sufficient to reconstruct the pointer might exist somewhere in the universe. Since it would be possible for that information to be stored in ways that the computer wouldn't be able to access even if it knew about them (e.g. the bytes making up the pointer might have been shown on the screen long enough for someone to write them down on a piece of paper), it may be literally impossible for a computer to know whether a pointer could possibly be used in the future.

An interesting quirk of many garbage-collected frameworks is that an object reference not defined by the bit patterns contained therein, but by the relationship between the bits held in the object reference and other information held elsewhere. In C and C++, if the bit pattern stored in a pointer identifies an object, that bit pattern will identify that object until the object is explicitly destroyed. In a typical GC system, an object may be represented by a bit pattern 0x1234ABCD at one moment in time, but the next GC cycle might replace all references to 0x1234ABCD with references to 0x4321BABE, whereupon the object would be represented by the latter pattern. Even if one were to display the bit pattern associated with an object reference and then later read it back from the keyboard, there would be no expectation that the same bit pattern would be usable to identify the same object (or any object).

How do you get the string length in a batch file?

It's Much Simplier!

Pure batch solution. No temp files. No long scripts.

@echo off
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
set String=abcde12345

for /L %%x in (1,1,1000) do ( if "!String:~%%x!"=="" set Lenght=%%x & goto Result )

:Result 
echo Lenght: !Lenght!

1000 is the maximum estimated string lenght. Change it based on your needs.

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

Here is the code to check whether value is present or not.

If Trim(textbox1.text) <> "" Then
     'Your code goes here
Else
     'Nothing
End If

I think this will help.

Deep copy, shallow copy, clone

The terms "shallow copy" and "deep copy" are a bit vague; I would suggest using the terms "memberwise clone" and what I would call a "semantic clone". A "memberwise clone" of an object is a new object, of the same run-time type as the original, for every field, the system effectively performs "newObject.field = oldObject.field". The base Object.Clone() performs a memberwise clone; memberwise cloning is generally the right starting point for cloning an object, but in most cases some "fixup work" will be required following a memberwise clone. In many cases attempting to use an object produced via memberwise clone without first performing the necessary fixup will cause bad things to happen, including the corruption of the object that was cloned and possibly other objects as well. Some people use the term "shallow cloning" to refer to memberwise cloning, but that's not the only use of the term.

A "semantic clone" is an object which is contains the same data as the original, from the point of view of the type. For examine, consider a BigList which contains an Array> and a count. A semantic-level clone of such an object would perform a memberwise clone, then replace the Array> with a new array, create new nested arrays, and copy all of the T's from the original arrays to the new ones. It would not attempt any sort of deep-cloning of the T's themselves. Ironically, some people refer to the of cloning "shallow cloning", while others call it "deep cloning". Not exactly useful terminology.

While there are cases where truly deep cloning (recursively copying all mutable types) is useful, it should only be performed by types whose constituents are designed for such an architecture. In many cases, truly deep cloning is excessive, and it may interfere with situations where what's needed is in fact an object whose visible contents refer to the same objects as another (i.e. a semantic-level copy). In cases where the visible contents of an object are recursively derived from other objects, a semantic-level clone would imply a recursive deep clone, but in cases where the visible contents are just some generic type, code shouldn't blindly deep-clone everything that looks like it might possibly be deep-clone-able.

How to reset or change the passphrase for a GitHub SSH key?

  1. Log in to your github account.
  2. Go to the "Settings" page (the "wrench and screwdriver" icon in the top right corner of the page).
  3. Go to "SSH keys" page.
  4. Generate a new SSH key (probably studying the links provided by github on that page).
  5. Add your new key using the "Add SSH key" link.
  6. Verify your new key works.
  7. Make gitub forget your old key by using the "Delete" link next to it in the list of known keys.

How to manually trigger validation with jQuery validate?

As written in the documentation, the way to trigger form validation programmatically is to invoke validator.form()

var validator = $( "#myform" ).validate();
validator.form();

Save base64 string as PDF at client side with JavaScript

You can create an anchor like the one showed below to download the base64 pdf:

<a download=pdfTitle href=pdfData title='Download pdf document' />

where pdfData is your base64 encoded pdf like "data:application/pdf;base64,JVBERi0xLjQKJcOkw7zDtsOfCjIgMCBvYmoKPDwvTGVuZ3RoIDMgMCBSL0ZpbHRlci9GbGF0ZURlY29kZT4+CnN0cmVhbQp4nO1cyY4ktxG911fUWUC3kjsTaBTQ1Ytg32QN4IPgk23JMDQ2LB/0+2YsZAQzmZk1PSPIEB..."

HTML list-style-type dash

CSS:

li:before {
  content: '— ';
  margin-left: -20px;
}

li {
  margin-left: 20px;
  list-style: none;
}

HTML:

<ul>
  <li>foo</li>
  <li>bar</li>
</ul>

How can I execute Shell script in Jenkinsfile?

There's the Managed Script Plugin which provides an easy way of managing user scripts. It also adds a build step action which allows you to select which user script to execute.

Using FileUtils in eclipse

FileUtils is class from apache org.apache.commons.io package, you need to download org.apache.commons.io.jar and then configure that jar file in your class path.

No module named serial

  1. Firstly uninstall pyserial using the command pip uninstall pyserial
  2. Then go to https://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/
  3. download the suitable pyserial version and then go to the directory where the file is downloaded and open cmd there
  4. then type pip install "filename"(without quotes)

Getting "method not valid without suitable object" error when trying to make a HTTP request in VBA?

Check out this one:

https://github.com/VBA-tools/VBA-Web

It's a high level library for dealing with REST. It's OOP, works with JSON, but also works with any other format.

php function mail() isn't working

I think you are not configured properly,

if you are using XAMPP then you can easily send mail from localhost.

for example you can configure C:\xampp\php\php.ini and c:\xampp\sendmail\sendmail.ini for gmail to send mail.

in C:\xampp\php\php.ini find extension=php_openssl.dll and remove the semicolon from the beginning of that line to make SSL working for gmail for localhost.

in php.ini file find [mail function] and change

SMTP=smtp.gmail.com
smtp_port=587
sendmail_from = [email protected]
sendmail_path = "C:\xampp\sendmail\sendmail.exe -t"

(use the above send mail path only and it will work)

Now Open C:\xampp\sendmail\sendmail.ini. Replace all the existing code in sendmail.ini with following code

[sendmail]

smtp_server=smtp.gmail.com
smtp_port=587
error_logfile=error.log
debug_logfile=debug.log
[email protected]
auth_password=my-gmail-password
[email protected]

Now you have done!! create php file with mail function and send mail from localhost.

Update

First, make sure you PHP installation has SSL support (look for an "openssl" section in the output from phpinfo()).

You can set the following settings in your PHP.ini:

ini_set("SMTP","ssl://smtp.gmail.com");
ini_set("smtp_port","465");

PHP remove all characters before specific string

Considering

$string="We have www/audio path where the audio files are stored";  //Considering the string like this

Either you can use

strstr($string, 'www/audio');

Or

$expStr=explode("www/audio",$string);
$resultString="www/audio".$expStr[1];

Comparison of Android Web Service and Networking libraries: OKHTTP, Retrofit and Volley

I've recently found a lib called ion that brings a little extra to the table.

ion has built-in support for image download integrated with ImageView, JSON (with the help of GSON), files and a very handy UI threading support.

I'm using it on a new project and so far the results have been good. Its use is much simpler than Volley or Retrofit.

Using context in a fragment

Inside fragment for kotlin sample would help someone

textViewStatus.setTextColor(ContextCompat.getColor(context!!, R.color.red))

if you use databinding;

bindingView.textViewStatus.setTextColor(ContextCompat.getColor(context!!, R.color.red))

Where bindingView is initialized in onCreateView like this

private lateinit var bindingView: FragmentBookingHistoryDetailBinding

bindingView = DataBindingUtil.inflate(inflater, R.layout.your_layout_xml, container, false)

HTTP POST with Json on Body - Flutter/Dart

This works!

import 'dart:async';
import 'dart:convert';
import 'dart:io';
import 'package:http/http.dart' as http;

Future<http.Response> postRequest () async {
  var url ='https://pae.ipportalegre.pt/testes2/wsjson/api/app/ws-authenticate';

  Map data = {
    'apikey': '12345678901234567890'
  }
  //encode Map to JSON
  var body = json.encode(data);

  var response = await http.post(url,
      headers: {"Content-Type": "application/json"},
      body: body
  );
  print("${response.statusCode}");
  print("${response.body}");
  return response;
}

Alter table to modify default value of column

Following Justin's example, the command below works in Postgres:

alter table foo alter column col2 set default 'bar';

UL list style not applying

All I can think of is that something is over-riding this afterwards.

You are including the reset styles first, right?

Put quotes around a variable string in JavaScript

Lets assume you have a bunch of urls separated by spaces. In this case, you could do this:

function quote(text) {
  var urls = text.split(/ /)
  for (var i = 0; i < urls.length; i++) urls[i] = "'" + urls[i] + "'"
  return urls.join(" ")
}

This function takes a string like "http://example.com http://blarg.test" and returns a string like "'http://example.com' 'http://blarg.test'".

It works very simply: it takes your string of urls, splits it by spaces, surrounds each resulting url with quotes and finally combines all of them back with spaces.

Superscript in Python plots

You just need to have the full expression inside the $. Basically, you need "meters $10^1$". You don't need usetex=True to do this (or most any mathematical formula).

You may also want to use a raw string (e.g. r"\t", vs "\t") to avoid problems with things like \n, \a, \b, \t, \f, etc.

For example:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.set(title=r'This is an expression $e^{\sin(\omega\phi)}$',
       xlabel='meters $10^1$', ylabel=r'Hertz $(\frac{1}{s})$')
plt.show()

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If you don't want the superscripted text to be in a different font than the rest of the text, use \mathregular (or equivalently \mathdefault). Some symbols won't be available, but most will. This is especially useful for simple superscripts like yours, where you want the expression to blend in with the rest of the text.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.set(title=r'This is an expression $\mathregular{e^{\sin(\omega\phi)}}$',
       xlabel='meters $\mathregular{10^1}$',
       ylabel=r'Hertz $\mathregular{(\frac{1}{s})}$')
plt.show()

enter image description here

For more information (and a general overview of matplotlib's "mathtext"), see: http://matplotlib.org/users/mathtext.html

How to join entries in a set into one string?

I think you just have it backwards.

print ", ".join(set_3)

Shadow Effect for a Text in Android?

TextView textv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textview1);
textv.setShadowLayer(1, 0, 0, Color.BLACK);

How do I make a Docker container start automatically on system boot?

Yes, docker has restart policies such as docker run --restart=always that will handle this. This is also available in the compose.yml config file as restart: always.

How to subtract 30 days from the current date using SQL Server

TRY THIS:

Cast your VARCHAR value to DATETIME and add -30 for subtraction. Also, In sql-server the format Fri, 14 Nov 2014 23:03:35 GMT was not converted to DATETIME. Try substring for it:

SELECT DATEADD(dd, -30, 
       CAST(SUBSTRING ('Fri, 14 Nov 2014 23:03:35 GMT', 6, 21) 
       AS DATETIME))

Substring with reverse index

slice works just fine in IE and other browsers, it's part of the specification and it's the most efficient method too:

alert("xxx_456".slice(-3));
//-> 456

slice Method (String) - MSDN
slice - Mozilla Developer Center

Oracle: how to add minutes to a timestamp?

Based on what you're asking for, you want the HH24:MI format for to_char.