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    Nameserver name format?

    Hi,

    I have trouble finding an exact answer to this; what is the exact name format of a nameserver? Does it always have to be in the format ns.domain.com, or can it be just domain.com?
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    Yeah, that would probably work chazzy. I threw...

    Yeah, that would probably work chazzy. I threw away the avg part from sql and will calculate it off-line in java. I did similar syntax yesterday as to what you proposed here. I recall having some...
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    hsql to mysql, avg subquery workaround

    Hi,

    I am transforming my query from hsql syntax to mysql syntax. In mysql, the average can not be calculated with a subquery as in hsql.

    query:

    avg(select count(distinct id)
    from...
  4. Hey, I think I solved it now, by grouping the...

    Hey,

    I think I solved it now, by grouping the table according to products, and every sum per company is a subselect, where the particular product_id in each subselect is the same as the grouped...
  5. Every column will most probably have a #, not...

    Every column will most probably have a #, not only one... otherwise a product could only be produced in one company, which is not the case here.

    The problem is not getting the sum of each product...
  6. the table could include columns such as: ...

    the table could include columns such as:

    product_id, product_name, company_belonged_to, process_event

    Forget the count(distinct product_amount)... replace it with count(distinct process_event)...
  7. Yes, in the same table.

    Yes, in the same table.
  8. Creating a result matrix with only one table

    Hi,

    From only one sql table, I need to create a matrix result shown below:


    <table>
    <tr><td>&nbsp</td><td>company1</td><td>company2</td><td>company3</td><td>company4</td></tr>...
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    felgall, your points are valid and I have decided...

    felgall, your points are valid and I have decided to merge my files into one or a few. However, the problem is still the same. How can I spot unused functions, loops, etc. in my webpage?
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    No tools for this? I actually found a tool by...

    No tools for this? I actually found a tool by Software Verification. It will go through your website and check for unused code. I have a hard time getting it to work though, and it isn't free. Surely...
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    Javascript functions validator?

    Hi,

    Is there a tool for validating my whole javascript code, spread in several files? I would like to automatically remove variables, loops, and functions that are not used, that are merey...
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    After some research, I found out that what I am...

    After some research, I found out that what I am looking for is a javascript compressor. I'm searching for one that can be run using a script in cygwin. I found a Perl written compressor, just haven't...
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    I am relatively new to coding, as you can see :)...

    I am relatively new to coding, as you can see :) my aim is to minimize the file size of my javascript and html files, in any way possible. This could mean creating a script that loads a...
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    Clean-up utility

    Hi,

    Is there a tool that could be run in a shell e.g. cygwin, that would clean-up code files prior uploading to a server?

    Thanks
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