Suppose I have input[type=file] element and I want to intercept onclick event and prevent file dialog from appearing if conditions are not met. Is it possible? And why, if - not?
I have a thread in which I am reading a zip file with zipfile.ZipFile().read(), where I am getting a memory error. I am aware that read() loads the entire file into memory. The size of file after unzipping is more than 100MB. I also tried with zipfile.ZipFile().open().readlines(), but it takes too much time. Is there any way that I can read the file with speed without getting memory error?
I want to populate dropdownlist with values stored in a resource file. What's the best approach for this? I can create a SelectList and push it in Model in which case dropdown would be populated automatically. But can I access resource file from a View ? If yes, should I?
I want to save a mp4 video in my folder but when I open again the app, this file is nil. But when I save the file, I can open it, so it seems that it disappears from the folder. Save: NSData *videoData = [NSData dataWithContentsOfURL:exportUrl]; NSArray *paths = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES); NSString *documentsDirectory = [paths objectAtIndex:0]; NSString *tempPath = [documentsDirectory stringByAppendingFormat:@"/%@",videoName]; self.path_video_to_save = tempPath; BOOL success = [videoData writeToFile:tempPath atomically:YES]; if (success)
Is there a way to rename all files in a specific folder to uppercase with batch file? I found this code. But it renames files to lowercase. How to modify it to rename to uppercase instead? for /f "Tokens=*" %f in ('dir /l/b/a-d') do (rename "%f" "%f")
How can I find both file types *.gif and *.jpg using DirectoryInfo.GetFiles function in C# ? When I try this code: string pattern = "*.gif|*.jpg"; FileInfo files = dir.GetFiles(pattern); The exception "Illegal characters in path." is thrown.
I need to delete the last n characters from a file using C code. At fist I was trying to use '\b', but it returns a Segmentation Fault. I have seen interesting answers to similar questions here and here, but I would prefer to use mmap function to do this, if it's possible. I know it could be simpler to truncate the file by creating a temp file, and writing chars to temp until some offset of the original file. The problem is I don't seem to understand how to use mmap function to do this, can't see what parameters I need to pass to that function, specially address, length and offset. From what I
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I've got a text file that displays an alarm printer. I would like to set up a batch file, under Windows XP, to change the default name of the alarm printer to include the date, which would make searching for errors much easier. The alarm printer is captured to a text file. I've been able to change the name, but every time I try to set the name to the date either nothing happens or the name is changed to the code instead. So far I've tried for /f "tokens=1-5 delims=/ "%d in (%date%) do rename "C:\TPM 4 Alarm Printer\test.txt" %%e-%%f-%%g.txt and for /F "tokens=2,3,4 delims=/ " %%i in ('date/t')
Scenario: When I photograph an object, I take multiple images, from several angles. Multiplied by the number of objects I "shoot", I can generate a large number of images. Problem: Camera generates images identified as, 'DSCN100001', 'DSCN100002", etc. Cryptic. I put together a script that will prompt for directory specification (Windows), as well as a "Prefix". The script reads the file's creation date and time, and rename the file accordingly. The prefix will be added to the front of the file name. So, 'DSCN100002.jpg' can become "FatMonkey 20110721 17:51:02". The time detail is important to