How to Use I, Me and Myself Correctly

The proper use of first-person pronouns is something even grammarians puzzle over from time to time. The most common mistake is using "I" or "myself" for the sake of formality when the more casual-sounding "me" is actually correct. Although there will always be sentences that trip you up, here are a few pointers that will help you pick the right pronoun.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Understand when to use "myself." There are really only two scenarios in which you should use this reflexive pronoun: when referring to a subject (you) that's already been named or for emphasis.Examples:
I reward myself when I complete a grueling task.
I bought my

Related to : How to Use I, Me and Myself Correctly
How to correctly concatenate messages correctly in an alert

I want to concatenate messages in my alert so that it show all error messages for the first question it encounters errors on. For example if I have 3 questions and there are errors in question 1 and question 3, when I click on the submit button, the validation alert should display an example alert like so:

You have errors on Question Number: 1

• You have not entered in a value in all the Indivdiaul Marks textbox

• You have not entered in a value in all the Indivdiaul Marks textbox
Your Total Marks Remaining does not equal 0

It is only after I have solved errors in question 1 tha

ActiveRecord how to correctly exclude records with conditions correctly?

Why does below not work?
Try to exclude all the is_reply = 1 values from the query but can't figure out how to.
I tried several combinations but all fail.

All records with is_reply = 1 still get returned with this below query, I think need to sub the or part but how?

@messages = Message.all(:conditions => ['is_reply = ? AND recipient_id
= ? OR user_id = ?', 0,,] )

WPF Datagrid not showing data correctly but shows correctly when columnheader clicked

I have a DataGrid in my wpf app

<DataGrid Name="datagrid2" ItemSource="{Binding}" CanUserReorderColumns="False"
IsReadOnly="True" SelectionMode="Single" CanUserResizeColumns="False"
CanUserResizeRows="False" LoadingRow="datagrid2_LoadingRow" />

and I am providing its ItemSource as

datagrid2.ItemSource = mydatatable.DefaultView;

and its rowheader as

private void datagrid2_LoadingRow(object sender, DataGridRowEventArgs e)
e.Row.Header = Some_string_araay[e.Row.GetIndex()];

x3dom rotation not working when using toAxisAngle(). Element follows mouse correctly, but does not rotate correctly

I have a page that I am creating that is similar to a game with a bird's eye view. I am trying to move a x3dom element on the x and z axis based on a mouse move event. It works except it isn't rotated correctly. The element called placeholder is the one that I am moving based on the mouse coordinates. Under the function squaremousemove(), you'll notice the rotation of rot[1]. I tried replacing this with rotateIncrement which is how I rotate all the other elements, but this didn't work. The place holder is suppose to have the same rotation as the square. Any ideas?

<link rel="stylesheet" href="style
Why is this IF code not correctly displaying posts correctly?
Education (this code is in the wordpress theme index.php)
the homepage is meant to display the latest posts - 3 rows each of 3 posts, in chronological order.
it works fine if I display up to 6 posts. But after that it starts putting the next post in random positions... why is this?
here is the code in question:
$args = array(
category_name => blog,
post_type => post,
posts_per_page => 9
//paged => ( get_query_var(paged) ? get_query_var(paged) : 1),
$x = 0;
while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>
code works correctly in IE7 but will not work correctly in IE9
I have the attached code, named timer.txt (rename it timer.htm) which the user opens from a PC hard drive, not from a server. The user selects a "start time" then clicks on the button labeled "go" and the two inputs show an 8 1/2 hour block of time with the time from the start time on the left and the remaining time on the right side. The use can click either of the inputs to select a background color for the input. The onchange events for each input saves the input background colors and the Start Time. I am using "PersistJS: Cross Browser Client-Side Persistent Storage Without Cookies" from to save the user preferences to the lo
Correctly vs Not Correctly Installed Heatsink
Hi ,I just wanted to show you , my personal experience with a not correctly installed CPU Fan, Both test were made using the CPU test suite of PCMark05 and I read the temperatures with SpeedFan 4.32 , My processor is a Core 2 Duo E6600 with stock heat sink in a Gigabyte 965P-DS3 board.
I didn't use a more reliable stress test because probably I'd had fried my CPU :S
With the heat sink incorrectly installed:
1 hour after with the heat sink correctly installed:
Learn from my experience if you are going to build your PC for first time ,make sure you install properly your heat sink or you can degrade your CPU fo

Privacy Policy - Copyrights Notice - Feedback - Report Violation - RSS 2017 © All Rights Reserved .