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    htaccess rewritecond

    I have a url www.example.com/images/thumbnail.php/?src=somequerystyring etc. that I want to exclude from a rewrite because it contans thumbnail.php

    This works:
    RewriteCond ${REQUEST_URI}...
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    solved!

    It took a day to figure this out. For some reason, when there's a problem with the dll, the computer won't complain, it will just ignore the dll. I finally gave up on xampp, installed zend server...
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    xampp 1.7.7 xdebug

    I've tried the xampp forum, but since I"m not German, I get no love. Has anyone gotten xampp 1.7.7 and xdebug on winxp to work? I've looked at a million tutorials, mostly from 2008 and it simply...
  4. Thread: max date

    by martingaleh
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    timestamp

    I usually use timestamps and I figure a 32 bit number and its usual limitations. I don't use php enough to know if time()<inf will work or not
  5. Thread: max date

    by martingaleh
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    max date

    I want to default an expiration date to a infinity if one isn't provided. What's the easiest way? Is it to just pick a date in 2038?
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    Thanks

    I guess that means nothing is already made and I have to set about parsing 26:23:54 for example, myself. Oh well. Oh and, I can never get setInterval to work. I know why its better than...
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    time format

    I'm trying to create a timer that exceeds 24 hours. So far I've used

    var time = new Date (new Date().toDateString() + ' ' + t);

    to take advantage of the formatting with time.toLocaleTimeString...
  8. Thread: top n

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    top n

    I'm sure this was answered many times before, but there's no search feature:

    I have two tables

    One table (a) had fields id and others, the other one has (b) id, data, date where date is current...
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    arguments and javascript

    I know there's wonkiness in browsers with the arguments object. Can I do this with all browsers?:

    var e = function(a,b,c){
    return a+b+c;
    }

    var a = function(b,c){
    arguments.push(4);...
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    too flip

    I was probably too flippant in the example. This is what I was really trying to do.

    function harry1(){
    some code
    }

    function harry2(){
    some more code
    }
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    functions like php

    in php I can do this

    function harry(){
    echo 2+2;
    }

    $g="harry";
    $g();

    will echo 4.
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    object converting html tags

    I have a bunch of <font size="z"> type tags that get killed with my css since the font tag is deprecated. Is there a php thingy of some sort that already lets you convert from one tag to another. ...
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    solved!!

    Well it turned out not to be css. Since css has a display:table property, any google query on ie7 table doesn't display or table javascript display doesn't work or whatever fails. However, -display...
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    Now with firebuglite info

    I looked at the table which does not appear in ie7 only. Incidentally, in case you're interested, it's at
    www.scrapbookscene.com/crate/bom/?crate_quotes_id=10

    display: block
    hasLayout: true...
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    Sadly not solved

    It's has not been solved. I don't even have a work around. I think it might be the browser creating two nodes with the same exact name and the first one is being clobbered by the second one.
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    hasLayout ie7 terrible terrible!

    I created a table using javascript that works in ie8,ff3.6 and chrome 1.? But in ie7, the javascript runs and when I use the web developer toolbar, the elements are there. However, the table is not...
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    how if it gets harder

    we can have

    a={1:a, 2:b} whatever
    b=a
    b=b[2]
    c={a:4}
    b=c

    alert(a[2]['a']) //woudlnt' this show undefined because we would have liked to do
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    I misunderstood

    Yes, the var_dump gets echoed back into the browser and I can see it through firebug or something similar
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    the latter

    I went right to the php
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    That's not it

    That's just me carelessly typing. I actually did:
    var_dump($_FILES);

    To see what the global had. It had the name correct, but no values in the name, as if it got clobbered
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    $_FILES missing metadata

    I tried to upload a picture with dojo and it send teh following to the server


    uploadedfile *A bunch of binary*‚
    uploadedfile
    Source
    Content-Type: multipart/form-data;...
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    wow that's tricky

    So much for * being greedy
    That regexpal is so much easier to get the match than match() I can't believe its done with javascript because the regex engine seems different than the one match is using
  23. This loops forever

    There's something wrong here, when I tried it i tloops forever
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    string.match

    I wanted to only match in the middle of a string

    I have a string = " sdfasf 23234"
    I wanted to get the numbers like /([0-9]*)/
    But this fails and returns nothing because the string begins with...
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    too bad

    I was hoping to avoid try blocks everywhere. They're really wordy.
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