"Rocks" is beating out "sucks" 189 to 119, but the fact that it seems like nobody cares about InfoPath is the really interesting fact(oid).
Yes, a bit specific, but I need to store some links!
Often, when you have MS Access in a small office, and have done the right thing and split the database into a backend of tables and frontend of queries, reports, and forms, you end up with changes to the objects in multiple files. The trickiest is comparing queries, because the query object is modified if even a column width is changed. You need to dig deeper and compare queries.
Not sure where this goes, but it's a page that will generate MySQL code from the header line from a CSV file.
I was thinking about how facebook updates parse out the url, then construct a nice looking preview. I think what it takes is scanning the textarea for a url, and then using ajax to tell the server to fetch a summary of the page at the url. get the data back, and insert it into a template, and reveal it.
I created a PNG that was bright red, but in Firefox, it is a duller red. The fix was to remove the color profile from the PNG by using the tool TweakPNG.
Main> nameGame "alonzo" "alonzo, alonzo bo blonzo bonana fanna fo flonzo fee fy mo mlonzo, alonzo" Main> nameGame "haskell" "haskell, haskell bo baskell bonana fanna fo faskell fee fy mo maskell, haskell"LOLz. Here's some real beginner-level source code for a version of the "Name Game". The Name Game was a song from way back. It's silly.
Sources after the jump.
While writing a template for spam, I learned the following about mobile email formatting.
I accidentally reused the variable name $count twice in a function.
This is an example template file that will export articles from your bespoke CMS to and XML file that WordPress version 3.5 will import.
I found a good tutorial at Wikibooks, Haskell. It's beginner level like these notes, but is way more organized.
A couple years ago I tried to learn Haskell and dropped the study. I'm not sure what happened, but it's really hard to find a solid block of time to study it.
I'm publishing this to help other software developers who write applications to support community actions. The article was originally written on November 2, 2011.
I swiped this code from php.net.
So I'm working on a small "speech bubble" library, and needed to delay hiding of the bubble. It's not that it was required, but it was a pain in the butt figuring out how to arrange the event handlers on the different elements so that you don't end up with a situation where you get a flickering bubble because you hide the bubble, and that fires a mouseover event that, in turn, displays the bubble again. That fires a mouseout event that causes the bubble to be hidden.
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