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How to read and store data from a text file in which the first line are titles, and the other lines are related data
You can read the file using opencsv. CSVReader reader = new CSVReader(new FileReader("yourfile.txt"), ' '); List<String[]> lines = reader.readAll(); The fist line contains the headers.

Categories : Java

Android studio file explorer not showing files in data folder
I found a solution based on the answer in stack overflow . How to access data/data folder in Android device? First i rooted the device .Then i modify the access permission of data folder using adb shell. the code is $ adb shell $ su # mount -o rw 1|root@android:/ # chmod -R 777 data/ Now i can access the files.Thank you @param for your valuable comment.

Categories : Android

how to write a batch file which can identify value from a text file and store that value in some other text file
This example will work for integer numbers between spaces. Special caution must be put in text file, as behaviour for ", <, |, > and & may be unpredictable. Some optimizations may be made having more information about text file. For /F "Tokens=*" %%i In (TextFile.txt) Do Call :GetNumber %%i GoTo :EOF :GetNumber If "%~1"=="" GoTo :EOF Set Number= Set /A "Number=1*%~1" If "%Number%" == "%~1" Call :StoreNumber %Number% Shift GoTo :GetNumber :StoreNumber Echo %Number%>Number.txt

Categories : Batch File

Android eclipse create text file in /data/data
you can not write in data/data because you have not the permission to do it . You can write a file inside data/data/yourapplication this way using openFileOutput FileOutputStream fOut = openFileOutput(myFile, Context.MODE_PRIVATE); OutputStreamWriter myOutWriter = new OutputStreamWriter(fOut); myOutWriter.append("test"); myOutWriter.close();

Categories : Android

how to add data from text file and Sort this data data received from text file using fileInputStream
What exactly is your question? The code works fine although you should close your BufferedReader after the while loop with: br.close(); Your list isn't printed alphabetically because you print it out before you sort it. Changing the following two lines should solve your problem: Collections.sort(list); System.out.print(list);

Categories : Java

How to read local text file and put data in an array to prepare playlist in android
Use this code Scanner s = new Scanner(new File("filepath")); ArrayList<String> list = new ArrayList<String>(); while (s.hasNext()){ list.add(s.next()); } s.close();

Categories : Java

Extracting the coordinates associated with voxels from a text file and store in a .mat file
Have a look at the textread function in the Matlab documentation. It is possible to read the text file in a formatted way, e.g. if you set the format to '%u %u %u', the values that you need will be read. You can even store them in vectors if you want.

Categories : Matlab

how to store data in NS-Mutable-data in did-receive-data and than write to file
It's better to use asynchronous requests for the task like this. You can use the same ASIHTTPRequest class, but with block approach. Try to write the code similar to this: -(void) verifyReceipt { NSURL *theURL = [NSURL URLWithString:@"http://testing.io/dev.php/video/verifyReceipt"]; NSMutableURLRequest *theRequest = [NSMutableURLRequest requestWithURL:theURL cachePolicy:NSURLRequestReloadIgnoringCacheData timeoutInterval:10.0f]; [theRequest setHTTPMethod:@"POST"]; NSString *param1 = [self getParam1]; // getParam1 - some method to get useful data for request's body NSNumber *param2 = [self getParam2]; NSString *postString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"param1=%@&param2=%@", param1, param2]; [theRequest setHTTPBody:[postString dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEnco

Categories : Iphone

How to set text formatted in Android Studio in ubuntu
Hey Now I have your answer. You need to change Ubuntu key shortcuts for Lock Screen For this. Go to System Tools -> System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts Tab -> System -> Lock Screen Select the row New Accelerator... will be visible then press any Special key with Alpha key (like Shift + L). You changed the key shortcuts. Now check format key in Studio.

Categories : Android

Store JSON data as Text in MySQL
MySQL, as you probably know, is a relational database manager. It is designed for being used in a way where data is related to each other through keys, forming relations which can then be used to yield complex retrieval of data. Your method will technically work (and be quite fast), but will probably (based on what I've seen so far) considerably impair your possibility of leveraging the technology you're using, should you expand the complexity of your scope! I would recommend you use a database like Redis or MongoDB as they are designed for document storage rather than relational architectures. That said, if you find the approach works fine for what you're building, just go ahead. You might face some blockers up ahead if you want to add complexity to your solution but either way, you'll

Categories : Mysql

Android Studio: access a listview element in the xml file from the java file.
Assuming you have a layout file mylayout.xml with this <ListView ... android:id="@+id/listView"/> In the onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) : public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.mylayout); ... ListAdapter myAdapter = new MyListAdapter(...); ListView listView = (ListView)findViewById(R.id.listView); //use the id specified in the layout file listView.setAdapter(myAdapter);

Categories : Android

To retrieve data from a CSV file, split it and store data of one column in a string array without duplicates
String.split() is not appropriate for your conditions. Ditch it. It isn't going to be that hard to search for the next occurrence of a delimiter starting from a position in the string; do that repeatedly (using String.indexOf(delimiter, start)) to find each field and load up your own list (I would use ArrayList, convert to array at the end if I have to have an array). There is a bit of futzing to make sure you have the starting and ending positions correct, but that's part of what programming is about. It will allow you to detect the ^^ cases and enter an empty or null string at your preference. Sorry, brute force is going to be easier to do than manhandling something that does not handle your cases so that it does.

Categories : Java

Android Studio: How to increase the size of logcat text?
Go to file-> Settings-> Editor-> Colors & Font -> Console Font Though to change the saved settings, you will have to create a new scheme or save the existing scheme with a new name(see the top of the screenshot.)

Categories : Android

How to access a js file from another js file in titanium studio android project
You have to use Alloy to do this, to open the Home controller view just do this: function login_Click(e){ var homeController = Alloy.createController('home'); // If home.xml's container is a Window this will work homeController.getView().open(); }

Categories : Android

Where do I need to store a text file for AJAX to be able to retrieve it?
In XAMPP, you would most likely put the document in your htdocs folder... ...unless you created a subfolder under htdocs for your application, then you would put it in there. In most cases, just put it where your index.php file is. Here is an SO post with some really simple examples for getting started with AJAX. Also, I don't know how you learn (some learn best reading, others - like me - by watching) but have you heard of phpAcademy? Tons of FREE videos to get you going (only pay for source code if too busy to type it all in while watching video). I recommend the Registration and Login one for what you are doing, but the above SO post on AJAX examples is all you need there.

Categories : PHP

C# read from text file and store in variables
I would need to see more of your input data to determine the most reliable method. But one approach would be to split each address into words. You can then loop through the words and find each word that contains only digits. This will be your street number. You could look after the street number and look for S, So, or South but as your example illustrates, there might be no such indicator. Also, you haven't provided what you want to happen if more than one number is found. As far as removing the quotes, just remove the first and last characters. I'd recommend checking that they are in fact quotes before removing them.

Categories : C#

Windows Store App reading from text file
You can read the file into a string collection using ReadLinesAsync: try { var file = await folder.GetFileAsync(path); var lines = await FileIO.ReadLinesAsync(file); foreach (string line in lines) { // "line" variable should contain "account(x) string(x)" // You can then parse it here.. } } ...

Categories : C#

cutting particular value in a text file and store it in a variable
If you have GNU grep: grep -oP '(?<=}+)[^s"]+' <<'END' area1mood1="${Script_3}+IR_D01+AC_OFF_ ${Script_2}+CR_D601+C1_OPN ${Script_1}+SR_D301+LT_1ON ${Script_1}+SR_D301+LT_2TG ${Script_1}+ SR_D301+LT_3ON ${Script_1}+SD_D405+DM_1L0 ${Script_1}+SD_D405+DM_2L0 ${Script_1}+SD_D405+DM_3LC" END IR_D01+AC_OFF_ CR_D601+C1_OPN SR_D301+LT_1ON SR_D301+LT_2TG SD_D405+DM_1L0 SD_D405+DM_2L0 SD_D405+DM_3LC That misses "SR_D301+LT_3ON" because of the whitespace before it -- you can't have a variable length look-behind. This works though: perl -nle 'print for /}+s*([^s"]+)/g' <<'END' area1mood1="${Script_3}+IR_D01+AC_OFF_ ${Script_2}+CR_D601+C1_OPN ${Script_1}+SR_D301+LT_1ON ${Script_1}+SR_D301+LT_2TG ${Script_1}+ SR_D301+LT_3ON ${Script_1}+SD_D405+DM_1L0 ${Script_1}+S

Categories : Bash

how to read from text file and store in matrix in c
You have a couple of things wrong with your code here. First off you create a matrix of int yet you are reading in float values it looks like. You probably want to use double Second, when you are reading a double you should use fscanf(file, "%lf", &some_double); // fscanf(file, "%d", &some_int); for integers Also when you are allocating your matrix, your first malloc you should pass sizeof(double *) // or int * if you are really trying to use integers Finally your line that does: mat[i][j] -= '0' What are you trying to accomplish here? You're taking the int that you (tried) to read in and subtracting off '0'... Edit I also notice that you are hard coding the number of lines you are reading, I wouldn't do that unless you know the format of the file.

Categories : C

how can i read data from csv file and store in binary tree and write multiple file in perl
I believe the performance bottleneck in your script is not memory usage at all, but rather that you open and close a file for every record. If I understood the units correctly, 10lakh is 1,000,000, so that's quite a lot of opens and closes. One solution would be to process the data in batches, particularly if you have many repeated keys in the "first 5" that you extract as the key. I benchmarked your program against the one below on a synthetic file containing 100 unique 5-digit keys in that second field, but 10,000,000 records (10x the size of your file). The rows looked like this: 1,9990001,---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,9990002,------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Categories : Perl

streamwriter in windows store app - write text to file in VB
Possibly the simplest approach would be to use a MemoryStream if you like StreamWriter, so something like: Dim sessionData As New MemoryStream() ' TODO: stage data in sessionData Dim swExport As StreamWriter = New StreamWriter(sessionData) swExport.Flush() For x = 0 To intCount - 1 strLine = "WriteSomeText" swExport.WriteLine(strLine) Next x Dim file As StorageFile = await ApplicationData.Current.RoamingFolder.CreateFileAsync("towns.json", CreationCollisionOption.ReplaceExisting) Using (fileStream As Stream = await file.OpenStreamForWriteAsync()) sessionData.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.Begin) await sessionData.CopyToAsync(fileStream) await fileStream.FlushAsync() End Using

Categories : Vb.Net

Error when trying to store multiple information into text file
well, you have the whole string, you just need to put a null terminator on the end of the string or pass it to a new string: int i = 0; int lastPlace = 0; for(i=0 ; i < 100 ; i++) { if(name[i] == ' ') name[i] = ''; } as zubergu said: fgets Reads characters from stream and stores them as a C string into str until (num-1) characters have been read or either a newline or the end-of-file is reached, whichever happens first. A newline character makes fgets stop reading, but it is considered a valid character by the function and included in the string copied to str. A terminating null character is automatically appended after the characters copied to str. this means the problem in your code is that you write the newline charecter to the file. just remove it! full code: #i

Categories : C

Read fields from text file and store them in a structure
I find it the easiest to read the lines into a cell array first using textscan: %// Read lines as strings fid = fopen('input.txt', 'r'); C = textscan(fid, '%s', 'Delimiter', ' '); fclose(fid); and then apply regexp on it to do the rest of the manipulations: %// Parse field names and values C = regexp(C{:}, '^s*([^:]+)s*:s*(.+)s*', 'tokens'); C = [C{:}]; %// Flatten the cell array C = reshape([C{:}], 2, []); %// Reshape into name-value pairs Now you have a cell array C of field names and their corresponding (string) values, and all you have to do is plug it into struct in the correct syntax (using a comma-separated list in this case). Note that the field names have spaces in them, so this needs to be taken care of before they can be used (e.g replace

Categories : Regex

Python: How to store user text input in a file?
The reason is that in your while loop, you loop until textInput is equal to EOF, so you only print EOF You can try something like this (by using a nextInput variable to "preview" the next input): #Prompt the user to enter a block of text. done = False nextInput = "" while(done == False): nextInput= input() if nextInput== "EOF": break else: textInput += nextInput

Categories : Python

writing in a text file OpenCV visual studio
std::ofstream f("C:/file_to_write_to.txt"); // writing element my_matrix[10, 10] to file. assuming it's a float. f << my_matrix.at<float>(10, 10) << std::endl; f.close();

Categories : Opencv

How to read and store values from a text file into a dictionary. [python]
You should store the values as a list or a tuple. Something like this: textname = input("ENter a file") thetextfile = open(textname,'r') print("The file has been successfully opened!") thetextfile = thetextfile.read() file_s = thetextfile.split() holder = [] wordlist = {} for c in file_s: wordlist[c.split()[0]] = c.split()[1:]

Categories : Python

Store Procedure Result to Text file using SSIS package
This is very hard to do without putting pictures in on each step. I do not seem to be able to put pictures in so I will try to describe in is much detail as I can. You have to first set up a connection to the database where you are going to run the stored procedures from. This means creating a connection manager for "New OLE DB Connection". You will need vaild login to the database information to create this connection. In the control area I would set up a "Execute SQL Task". I would set the result set to full result set and set the connection to the one you named in the prior step. To call a stored procedure from a SQL task use something like "exec ? = dbo.usp_check_load_table_all @JobCode = ?, @TransId = ? , @Status = ?, @TurnStatusOff = ?" The first ? is the return code from the

Categories : Sql Server

Open text file in SSIS and store the first line in a variable
Refer to the link @Ozren gave you, to create a proper flat file connection e.g myfile and variable e.g.HeaderLine. Then create a script task, put HeaderLine var in read/write variables and code it with: System.IO.StreamReader file = new System.IO.StreamReader(Dts.Connections["myfile"].ConnectionString); Dts.Variables["HeaderLine"].Value = file.ReadLine(); file.Close(); That's pretty much it, then you can put a standard DataFlow to read filedata from file to DB or resultset. You'll have the first line in HeaderLine variable, which you can use anywhere you want in the SSIS package.

Categories : SQL

Android App Store data
You could use a singleton (e.g. a Credentials object which you create) to store the data. Alternatively you could just declare the Strings as static which will allow you to access those Strings anywhere. The data will be wiped when your process is killed/terminated by Android (leaving the app and coming back most of the time will not kill your app). public class Credentials { public static String username; public static String password; } // write (assuming 'uname' is the user's name you want to save) Credentials.username = uname; // read String user = Credentials.username; If you wish to store the data persistently then you should use SharedPreferences. You can obtain this from any valid Context (e.g. your Activity). // write (assuming 'uname' is the string you want to save) /

Categories : Java

Parse text file and store fields in hash table in Perl
This simple (moderately simple) adaptation of your code: #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my %hash = (); my $file = "tst"; open (my $fh, "<", $file) or die "Can't open the file $file: "; while (my $line =<$fh>) { chomp ($line); my($key, $count, $number) = split(" ", $line); $hash{$key} = [ $count, $number ]; } while (my($key, $val) = each(%hash)) { print "$key => @{$val} "; } given the input file: @ ries bibliothèques électroniques à travers tout le 1 0.000012706627117 a a pour les ressortissants des nouveaux états 1 0.000006796917515 a abandonné dès l abord avec dilettantisme l 1 0.000009584625169 a abandonné la culture du lin à fibres 1 0.000009718010335 a abandonné le secteur de la pêche aux 1

Categories : Perl

Visual Studio 2012 how to access text-file resources for user?
From what I can gather from your question, you are trying to access a file that you've imported in your project's Resources folder. If I understood you correctly, the string returned by accessing the file resource FantasyFootball is actually the content of the text file, rather than the path leading to it. Therefore, you can use its content directly! No need for a file reader. When you will publish your application, it will be distributed along with it. The contents of the resource were loaded into the string when you did: string masterRosterPath = Properties.Resources.FantasyFootball; You can then start parsing masterRosterPath directly. Expanding on the question If you do decide to use resources to contain your user's data, you should note that resource files like these will not

Categories : C#

Android, Best way to store lists of data
There are basically a few options: Use a SQlite Database and optionally hide it behind a ContentProvider Let your Classes implement Serializable and save things with ObjectStream to some file to persist them Implement some custom String serialization (eg. JSONObject / JSONArray / XML) to save your objects in SharedPreferences Pros/Cons: Quite an overhead but faster than the others when you got more than a couple of objects. Easy to implement, not that fast, OK for a couple objects Easy to implement, even slower, OK for a few objects, upgrading your data structure can break thinks. be prepared. So in the end, it depends on your use case. Further readings: https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html

Categories : Android

How to store file in Android which I want edit later?
First since you might want to load it via code, you may need to include the .vcf file in /assets folder just for loading. Then you can copy the .vcf file to the device's internal or external storage for doing overwrite/edit operation on the fly. For more information about the internal and external storage, please refer to Android Developers: Storage Options

Categories : Android

Android Studio issue with R file
Yes this is a known issue in the newest version of android studio. Google has suggested a temporary workaround until they can track down the problem and fix in next release. Turn off external builds in preferences > compiler. It might help. Source: cannot resolve R into variable after Android studio update and R.java not updated after update to 0.1.6 . Hope this helps.

Categories : Android

how to update android studio with .jar file?
Note: There is not a patch update available from 0.1.9 to 0.2. To update from Android Studio 0.1.x to 0.2.x, you must install a new Android Studio bundle from this page. The reason for that is that we have made changes to the bundled SDK such that it includes a pre-configured local Maven repository which can serve up the v4 support library and which is required for creating new projects. From http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/studio.html#Revisions So why not downloading a new version of Android Studio? Update: If you can't update by network. Try this: java -classpath /path/to/AI-130.687321-130.692269-patch-unix.jar com.intellij.updater.Runner install $PWD From https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=56068

Categories : Android

Android Studio File Structure
Look at the top toolbar of the Structure tool window, the first two buttons control the sort order. The first button sorts by visibility and the second sorts alphabetically. Ensure that BOTH are unchecked in order to view the structure in the order in which items appear.

Categories : Android

Where is android studio building my .apk file?
When Gradle builds your project, it puts all APKs in build/apk directory. You could also just do a simple recursive find command for *.apk in the top level directory of your project. Here is a better description... View full image at http://i.stack.imgur.com/XwjEZ.png

Categories : Android

Store line number of text file in table with bulk insert in tsql
The format of this file is really specific and you have to specify a feature called "format file" so SQL Server knows the mapping of your file (what part of the file belongs to what sql column) You could probably use something like this : C: est_format.fmt : 9.0 4 1 SQLCHAR 0 100 "(" 1 Text 2 SQLINT 0 12 ") " 2 Id Add this to your bulk insert : bulk insert MyDb.dbo.translation FROM 'd:IRVING.Arb' WITH ( codepage='1256', FORMATFILE = 'C: est_format.fmt' ) read more about format files here : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178129.aspx

Categories : Sql Server

Can I import text from a pdf file to display in HTML with the same styles using visual studio 2010?
Here I found converter from PDF to HTML online, so you won't need to download anything. I didn't used it yet, but maybe It's working http://www.pdfonline.com/convert-pdf-to-html/ But you can also use <iframe href="pdf_file.pdf" width="500" height="200"></iframe> And PDF file will be shown in frame in your browser using Adobe PDF reader.

Categories : HTML

The safest way to store sensitive data on Android
It totally depend on your data, which you want to store. SharedPreferences 1) Small data. 2) Unstructured. 3) Like login info, user prefs, etc. SharedPreferences is a key/value store where you can save a data under certain key. To read the data from the store you have to know the key of the data. This makes reading the data very easy. But as easy as it is to store a small amount of data as difficult it is to store and read large structured data as you need to define key for every single data, furthermore you cannot really search within the data except you have a certain concept for naming the keys. SQLite 1) Large data. 2) Structured. 3) Organized. Large amounts of same structured data should be stored in a SQLite database as databases are designed for th

Categories : Android



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