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  1. PHP Re: Looking for honest helpful person to critique my CMS (Content Management System)

    Agreeing with PeejAvery - I cringe everytime I read that somebody wants to create a CMS. For some things I feel there isn't really a solution ready-made, i.e. the file upload feature might work with...
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    Re: Assignment question

    WOW that's sad!!! :D
  3. Re: What's your preference on writing functions: ByRef manipulation or returning valu

    Hi olivthill2,

    I like your view on this as it cover both business and error cases. However I think that for error management we should re-use an existing mechanism, such as exceptions? It would...
  4. Thread: Binary Files

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    Re: Binary Files

    Hi,

    I have no experience with this kind of format of file but this appears to be a text file?

    What kind of information is it you want to extract/write to that file? Also what do the information...
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    Re: My first BIG project.

    I agree! Any web provider will allow you to automatically install wordpress associated to a domain and everything. I've been working under Wordpress for a while and the possibilities are endless, so...
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    Re: Design patterns

    Experience comes with time I guess...

    If you have a given problem just attack it the way you would attack any other problem. If afterwards you see patterns in what you have coded you should then...
  7. What's your preference on writing functions: ByRef manipulation or returning values?

    Hi guys,

    I was wondering about this and thought I'd ask this here.

    Personally I find that code readability is really important, if not the most important part of software development.

    So...
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    Re: Reverse words in sentence as Ajax request

    I'm not sure why you need an iframe?

    I assume all you want it to do is reverse the words of the sentences right?

    So why not just go with a html form



    <html>
    <body>
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    Re: Anyone can help me with my code pleasee?

    @kyonaya Just FYI, it makes people's job much easier to help you when you format the code properly. Just embed the Java code in the [ code ] ... [ /code ] tags...Thanks ;)
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    Re: Noob Question - Basic Program!!!

    I'd agree with Mur16 assuming that you're trying to learn the language. If you really need to solve this issue is there any particular reason for .NET?
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    Re: Reverse words in sentence as Ajax request

    What kind of script are you using server-side?

    For PHP you have a neat little function called explode() which will create an array based on a string and a separator.
    So given your example:


    ...
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    Re: Question about using php object oriented

    I agree with PeejAvery. The sheer amount of CMSes out there is incredible and you should sure as hell find at least one that suits your needs (Unless this is a school project ;) )
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    Re: Understanding of Unit Testing

    I believe that even without TDD we (developers) should strive for the 90&#37; mark for sure (unit tests).

    Integration tests should in my opinion also cover at least 70% of code (assuming that 30% of...
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    Re: Integration test

    That's what we did in my previous company. JUnit for both unit, integration and modular testing.
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    TDD and database concept

    Hi guys,

    I've read a lot about TDD but have never thorougly stuck to it. I think that the biggest problem to me is the set up of the project. The architecture.

    Assume you want to build a site...
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    Re: Streaming video to several clients

    Thanks for pointing that out! I also had something similar in mind.
    Instead of loading a big file of say 2hrs to the server load chunks of the movie (of say 1 minute each -> 120 files) to the...
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    Re: Streaming video to several clients

    Hiya

    @BioPhysEngr Thanks for the research - I'd already found JWPlayer and actually read that it supported seeking to a timestamp within the video which is actually one of the solutions to the...
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    Re: Streaming video to several clients

    Yes you're right, TV works the way it works because at the time it was the best they could do. A stream per file was simply not feasible.

    I had another solution in mind which would basically be a...
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    Re: Streaming video to several clients

    Hello,

    The main goal was to have a constant flow of video recorded "live" and streamed to whomever is connected to a given page. From an architectural POV this is most definitely feasible but I...
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    Re: Streaming video to several clients

    Hey guys -

    I'm really just looking for a hunch here. Don't be afraid to throw me a bone because as of right know I cannot see any way of doing this - even though it has already been done (see...
  21. Re: Was wondering why am I seeing white line in this simple example?

    By default the table rows have a border. Try setting the border of the table to none in your css.

    also try viewing the page in a browser other then IE.
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    Streaming video to several clients

    Hello folks!

    I am planning on building a site which streams video to clients. Imagine a simple HTML page with a flash video embedded on it. So far so good, appears to be just some flash movie...
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    Re: java code review?

    Love the quote!

    But yes, it appears to be a homework assignment. Why don't you just run it and see what it does. Then read through the code and try to understand how these results were produced?...
  24. Re: Java METHOD to return date instead of Calendar field

    Can't you just use System.currentTimeMillis and simply substract 1000*60*60*24 from it? then create a calendar instance and retrieve the Date:




    private static final long...
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    Re: is it the best solution?

    Ah yes of course! You're right.

    Thanks for the explanation.
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