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    Good morning,

    Being more of a C# developer for local apps and PHP on serverside, I wanted to ask if the following is doable in Java, please advise on which technology to use (JavaEE, etc.) to use....
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    Stop whining please... 1.) How many traffic...

    Stop whining please...

    1.) How many traffic does Google actually generate for you in the First place? Before complaining about them taking something, actually think of the benefits.

    2.) There...
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    Assign stdin to other thread

    Hey,

    following scenario:

    java myServer 1337 will start a server on port 1337, the setup is done, I'm in the while(true) loop
    and for each incoming connection new threads are created with the...
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    I suppose what you need are: -) $_REQUEST...

    I suppose what you need are:

    -) $_REQUEST parameters (e.g. /index.php?site=news or /index.php?site=guestbook), google how to use them.

    -) switch - case constructs (again use google)

    -) and...
  5. What you get back from the ajax call, is...

    What you get back from the ajax call, is basically the plain text output of "check_last_timer.php", that value is stored within "end_time" variable.

    Modify your php script to echo the product id...
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    echoing javascript code instead of text will...

    echoing javascript code instead of text will allow you to launch popups.

    The proper way this is done is submitting the form using ajax and checking the callback in background.
  7. Write a PHP script that does what you want, and...

    Write a PHP script that does what you want, and then use a cronjob

    http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-do-i-add-jobs-to-cron-under-linux-or-unix-oses/

    You'll need to call linux' GET command and...
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    Your function is working: => Does not find...

    Your function is working:



    => Does not find an id with "test".



    Function runs through without errors..
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    Ok, so here is how your link is interpreted: ...

    Ok, so here is how your link is interpreted:

    <a b31");"="" onclick="change(" href="javascript:void(0)">

    That's the content of one of your table cells, which basically means you screwed the...
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    sure thing u can :)

    sure thing u can :)
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    Is the thing on a webserver somewhere? If yes...

    Is the thing on a webserver somewhere? If yes link please, I'd like to take a look at it with firebug :)
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    What the heck are you doing with all those...

    What the heck are you doing with all those quotes?

    Try calling the func like this:

    onclick='ichange("b11");'

    Also, why use letters AND integers for cell id's, since a - z can be replaced by...
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    If you don't have that many categories, you can...

    If you don't have that many categories, you can add the combinations as a rewrite rule..

    Otherwise you'll have to think of a regex that does the trick, but with a huge amount of categories that...
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    I did not get your point, but I guess what you...

    I did not get your point, but I guess what you want to do: a 2-d array..

    you can make array(date=>date, names=>array(0=>temp1, 1=>temp2))

    That way your array:names[0] and array:names[1] will...
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    Stick to 7, as I have the feeling that 8 will be...

    Stick to 7, as I have the feeling that 8 will be like Vista and 7 will play the XP part :)
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    1.) Where and how do you call the function. ...

    1.) Where and how do you call the function.

    2.) Is this everything? When you comment function "change(a)" without making changes to the HTML / XML, you should still see an error with "function...
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    Hey, Don't add it ;)

    Hey,

    Don't add it ;)
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    Data that should be available while the user is...

    Data that should be available while the user is offline, must be stored somehow.. the most common option indeed is a mySQL - PHP combination :)

    Load the value from the DB, write the hidden time...
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    echo ""; echo...

    echo "<Script language='javascript'>";
    echo "youwin(".count.");";
    echo "</Script>";

    You're missing PHP's dollar sign for the variable? $count

    And have you included the javascript file or...
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    Let it be, 1.) I see that many people do not...

    Let it be,

    1.) I see that many people do not even dare to enter their credentials on another page THAN fb or twitter.

    2.) YOu don't want FB and co to let them collect even more data for free,...
  21. 1.) Please think a tiny bit before posting: Since...

    1.) Please think a tiny bit before posting: Since you need PUT, you will not use the _POST, but the _PUT option.

    2.) How authentication is done depends on the REST-API you are trying to use.....
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    A cms (content management system) is, as the name...

    A cms (content management system) is, as the name states, a system for managing content.. basically this is a lot of already written html / css / php / mysql that you can setup easily, and write...
  23. jQuery My guess is that the two scripts are not...

    My guess is that the two scripts are not compatible with each other, because they maybe share some global variables, and the second script overwrites the globals of the first one, which results in...
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    x86 = 32bit, x64 = 64 bit :)

    x86 = 32bit, x64 = 64 bit :)
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    jQuery Using jquery, the action attribute can be set...

    Using jquery, the action attribute can be set this way I think:


    var myaction = whateveractionyouwishtodo;

    $("#myformid").attr("action", myaction);

    Where myformid is the ID of your form.....
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