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    Thanks for the response! Nice in theory, but with...

    Thanks for the response! Nice in theory, but with the variety of different zoom levels, coupled with the fact the radius of the circle varies (they can choose different distances), that wouldn't...
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    Circular "hole" in Google Maps overlay

    I've got a Google map that allows you to enter your postcode and shows results within a certain radius of that point - a very common application of the API.

    I have it plotting a circle to...
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    Is it the fact that you have a mixture of back...

    Is it the fact that you have a mixture of back and forward slashes in your "$DestinationDir" directory?
  4. Thread: Virtual Logo????

    by Geat
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    Another way would be via shell commands, using...

    Another way would be via shell commands, using ImageMagick's tools. There's one called "Composite" which is ideal for this, and supports alpha blending and all that jazz.
    ...
  5. Hy Cysin Perhaps if you pop in some pseudo...

    Hy Cysin

    Perhaps if you pop in some pseudo code here, kind of a step-by-step example of what you're trying to achieve, it may give people something more to work with.
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    PERL File Uploads: Temporary File Names

    Is there a way of telling PERL where to store the temporary file that is used whilst uploading a file via the browser, rather than being at the mercy of its arbitrary temporary file name?
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    Thanks for the suggestion - I tried out CGI and...

    Thanks for the suggestion - I tried out CGI and it "worked" in the same way as the existing code, but didn't solve the Internet Explorer problem.

    The reason I'm using Perl for this one little...
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    I'll say again that this works absolutely fine in...

    I'll say again that this works absolutely fine in Firefox, and in Google Chrome, but in Internet Explorer the HTML at the bottom is rendered some 50 seconds before the next page is reached.

    I...
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    Thanks for the reply. The actual upload takes the...

    Thanks for the reply. The actual upload takes the same amount of time in both browsers, as the form which is automatically submitted is only rendered once the upload has finished. It's this second...
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    Perl script faster in FF than IE!?

    I have a very frustrating issue with a perl script which I hope someone has identified before.

    The Perl script accepts a file upload from a standard HTML form, and correctly isolates the file from...
  11. Thread: Code Efficiency

    by Geat
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    Code Efficiency

    We have developed a product catalogue where a single product can be listed in multiple categories, the catalogue being stored in a MySQL database. Is it more efficient to use a lookup table (that...
  12. Thread: PHP Currency Woes

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    Thanks for the reply, but that's not really...

    Thanks for the reply, but that's not really relevant, as in order to establish if I need to use ceil or floor I have to work out the value at the 3rd decimal place, and that's part of my problem....
  13. Thread: PHP Currency Woes

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    PHP Currency Woes

    Hi guys

    I have a simple task I need to do - work with monetary values, and wherever rounding is required, round up if the decimal is 5 or greater (e.g. 1.515 would become 1.52, 1.514 would be...
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    That's what I've ended up going for - they're not...

    That's what I've ended up going for - they're not the same content channels unfortunately, but they're still pretty relevant. And with these you can parse them fully in PHP prior to display, which is...
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    Ah well, no worries mate - thanks very much for...

    Ah well, no worries mate - thanks very much for your help nonetheless.
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    I want to convert javascript feeds on the fly,...

    I want to convert javascript feeds on the fly, yeah... The result will simply be HTML, no fancy stuff.
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    That's the problem - I'm asking this cos there's...

    That's the problem - I'm asking this cos there's a load of free content sources out there that use javscript, and so far they're just done with writeln("content"), which I'm fully aware I could strip...
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    Yeah, basically remove everything except the HTML...

    Yeah, basically remove everything except the HTML that the javascript is trying to output (so that would be all document.writes, var x = ys, function name {}s) - basically the javascript has to be...
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    Parsing Simple Javascript Server-Side

    Is there a parser out there for doing simple Javascript -> HTML conversion? E.g. the .js file could contain:

    var content;
    content = "Hello World";
    document.writeln(content);

    And obviously I'd...
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    Because I'm a dumbass by the looks of things. ...

    Because I'm a dumbass by the looks of things.

    Touché
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    MySQL: Identifying broken lookups

    If I've got a table that contains an ID of a record in another table, is there a single SQL statement that can identify if that record exists? E.g.

    Table Venue
    ID
    Name
    Description
    City_id-->
    ...
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    RegEx - Literal Strings in Character Classes

    I know what I want to do must be possible, but can't for the like figure it out...

    Basically I want to get all <a> tags within my source and strip out all of their attributes except the "class"...
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    Online Purchase System - Locking Items

    I'm creating an online ticket booking system where there is a limited number of each ticket available. Obviously, when a user makes a purchase the number of tickets of that type left goes down.

    If...
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    PHP Apache Web Log Analyser

    Hi there,

    We've got a bunch of sites that are all powered by a central script that is passed a "page_id" so it knows what content to drag out of the database.

    The problem with this is that most...
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    I haven't tried it, but apparently sticking...

    I haven't tried it, but apparently sticking scroll="no" in the body tag of the page you load into the dialog should do the trick...
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