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thread by: maliksleo | last post Sep 13 '10 by: austin white
Hi I am trying to convert my web application in different languages so that people from different regions can also get benifit from my application. But the problem is that i have to translate the variables of each and every page into different languages which is taking alot of time. Can any body suggest me a better and quick solution for it. Is...
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thread by: vnl | last post Jul 19 '05 by: vnl
I'm trying to run a SQL query but can't find any records when trying to select a certain date. Here's the sql: SELECT field 1, field2, date_and_time, FROM table1 WHERE date_and_time = '01-SEP-02' I'm getting no results. The date_and_time field is formatted like this: 2002-SEP-02 00:01:04
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thread by: Chi Tang | last post Nov 13 '05 by: Noah Coad [.NET/C# MVP]
Hi, Is there any function in C# to convert a string to a integer number like 'atoi()' function? Thanks, CT
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thread by: Anne | last post Oct 9 '16 by: Nevo
i Just wanted to know because I have so much trouble. plz help.
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thread by: Atli | last post Mar 4 '23 by: xeamcopz
You may be wondering why you would want to put your files “into” the database, rather than just onto the file-system. Well, most of the time, you wouldn’t. In situations where your PHP application needs to store entire files, the preferred method is to save the file onto the server’s file-system, and store the physical location of the file in...
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thread by: Ken Fettig | last post Jul 18 '05 by: John Roth
I have a quick simple question. How do you convert an integer to a string in Python? Thanks Ken Fettig
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thread by: Frances | last post Jan 20 '06 by: Randy Webb
is it document.getElementByName or document.getElementsByName? ^ reason I ask is that I have to change ref's in my code from document.all to sthg that works also in FF... so changed something like this docslide = document.all; docslide = document.getElementByName("slide"); but then looked in Danny G's DOM ref
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thread by: DTB | last post Jul 14 '06 by: umeshchander
I am trying to convert a complex function from Oracle to SQL Server and have come across Oracle's Instr() function. I see SQL Server has CHARINDEX() which is similar, however it does not provide some key functionality I need. Here is an example of the Oracle code: if Instr( sTg , cDelim, 1, 3 ) > 0 then sd := SubStr( sTg, Instr( sTg ,...
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thread by: alienmojo | last post Jan 25 '12 by: mnani
Both youtube and Limewire won't work for me anymore and I don't know why. I downloaded both recent Java and Flash downloads. What can the problem be?
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thread by: Bill | last post Jul 20 '05 by: John Bell
I have a table I'd like to copy so I can edit it and play around with the data. How do I create copy of a table in SQl Server? Thanks, Bill
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thread by: ZakRhino | last post Nov 11 '09 by: appuonline
Is there a way to turn this DHTML code into CSS code? If so what is the correct way it should be put in the code? onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#0061D7';" onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='#3D93FF';"
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thread by: pkumar | last post Nov 17 '05 by: Jon Skeet [C# MVP]
How to convert this byte array to string byte b=new byte; Is there any function or I need read one by one and build the string thanks
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thread by: Axel Dahmen | last post Jul 21 '05 by: Stephen Poley
Hi, I'd like to align a <div> within the center of the visual canvas. The text within the div should be left-aligned. How can I possibly achieve this? So far I can only align text blocks centrally by using <table align="center" .... . Is this also possible for vertical alignment? TIA, Axel Dahmen
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thread by: MMcCarthy | last post Mar 10 '12 by: Mihail
Normalisation is the term used to describe how you break a file down into tables to create a database. There are 3 or 4 major steps involved known as 1NF (First Normal Form), 2NF (Second Normal Form), 3NF (Third Normal Form) and BCNF (Boyce-Codd Normal Form). There are others but they are rarely if ever used. A database is said to be Normalised if...
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thread by: karthi0677 | last post Dec 7 '10 by: VarunMC
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <title>Untitled Document</title> </head> <body> <table width="777" border="0"...
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thread by: Noopur | last post Nov 30 '13 by: 010689
I want to fetch client's ip address as soon as he accesses my web-site built in asp.net.Then i want to store it in my database. Is there any method to achieve this target in asp.net application. If you could help me i will be very thankful to you.
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thread by: moondaddy | last post Jan 25 '06 by: TerryFei
How do I get the string representation of an int? for example int var1 = 2; string var2 = var1.ToString; I'm wanting var2 to be "2" I get the compile error: Error 1 Cannot convert method group 'ToString' to non-delegate type
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thread by: mart2006 | last post Feb 25 '09 by: kodosai
I've created a dynamic drop down menu that populates itself with data from a MySQL table. What I would like to do is create a non dynamic drop down menu that alters what is shown in the dynamic menu. For example, the first menu has three cities London, Paris, New York. If I choose London it populates the second menu with people from London. ...
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thread by: pentiumPunk | last post Jul 19 '05 by: Shane Beasley
Hi, I created an array of characters and want to convert that array to a string. I want to do something like this : char array1 ; //with letters already in it string string1; string1 = array1; That wont work will it? what would be the proper syntax? thanks in ahead!
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thread by: Atran | last post Nov 6 '08 by: kazuyabo
Hello: In this article: You will learn to Write or Read A Text File. Let's Begin: First Create a new project (ConsoleApp or WinApp). And Make sure your program uses these namespaces: using System; using System.IO; using System.Diagnostics;
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thread by: Dave | last post Jul 19 '05 by: AK
I have 2 tables, one with names, and another with addresses, joined by their CIVICID number (unique to the ADDRESSINFO table) in Oracle. I need to update a field in the NAMEINFO table for a particular surname in a particular town. I can select the records fine with this syntax (testing in Oracle SQL* Plus) SELECT NAMEINFO.LASTNAME,...
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thread by: Atli | last post Mar 27 '17 by: MerilFernando
Introduction At some point, all web developers will need to collect data from their users. In a dynamic web page, everything revolves around the users input, so knowing how to ask for and collect this data is essential to any developer. This article is a basic tutorial on how to user HTML Forms, the most common method of data collection. ...
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thread by: savyatha | last post Dec 7 '10 by: Oralloy
im using md5 to encrypt the password. then, how to get back the original string if i need it. is there any decryption possible? plz help me in this regard. thanks in advance
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thread by: kujahleague | last post Jan 2 '12 by: lspxy
Been bothering me so long, we can find the size of string array (array of char) but what is the way to find the size for integer array? I've tried using while loop until it find '\0' null character, it's stop whenever integer 0 is encountered, which is not what I want .. anyone please help me
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thread by: Manuel | last post Aug 13 '06 by: Frederick Gotham
hi, I have a problem, a stupid problem. I can't declare a variable of type byte. The g++ said that i have syntactic error in this line. The code is this: byte * variable; well, i think that the mistake is a stupidity but i don't find it. where is it?

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