Concat all column values in sql

In SQL Server: SELECT col1 AS [text()] FROM foo FOR XML PATH (”) In MySQL: SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(col1 SEPARATOR ”) FROM foo In PostgreSQL: SELECT array_to_string ( ARRAY ( SELECT col1 FROM foo ), ” ) In Oracle: SELECT * FROM ( SELECT col1, ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY 1) AS rn FROM foo MODEL DIMENSION BY (rn) … Read more

Gulp.js event stream merge order

Try streamqueue. var streamqueue = require(‘streamqueue’); gulp.task(‘css’, function () { return streamqueue({ objectMode: true }, gulp.src([‘dev/css/reset.css’, ‘dev/css/style.css’, ‘dev/css/typography.css’, ‘dev/css/sizes.css’]), gulp.src([‘dev/css/*.scss’]).pipe(sass()) ) .pipe(concat(‘main.css’)) .pipe(minifyCSS()) .pipe(gulp.dest(‘build/css’)) }); This cheatsheet will help you. PDF is here.

Python – How to concatenate to a string in a for loop? [duplicate]

That’s not how you do it. >>> ”.join([‘first’, ‘second’, ‘other’]) ‘firstsecondother’ is what you want. If you do it in a for loop, it’s going to be inefficient as string “addition”/concatenation doesn’t scale well (but of course it’s possible): >>> mylist = [‘first’, ‘second’, ‘other’] >>> s = “” >>> for item in mylist: … … Read more

Concatenate in jQuery Selector

There is nothing wrong with syntax of $(‘#part’ + number).html(text); jQuery accepts a String (usually a CSS Selector) or a DOM Node as parameter to create a jQuery Object. In your case you should pass a String to $() that is $(<a string>) Make sure you have access to the variables number and text. To … Read more