Why was Wall'E the only remaining Wall-E unit?


In the movie WALL-E the Buy n Large company intiates the five year
plan "Operation Clean-Up" to clean Earth and make it habitable again.
Eventually the plan is deemed a failure and directive A113 is issued,
declaring Earth a lost cause and setting the stage for the approximate
700 year time lapse. During this time the Waste Allocation Load Lifter
- Earth class robots continue to do their job, that is, they continue
to compress the trash into cubes and stack it in nice neat piles. By
the time o

I cannot run/debug only a single unit test using Ctrl + R, T after
installing Resharper 5 (used to be able to do that before). It now
runs all of my unit tests. Any idea what is going on?

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Dosto I need a facebook user total wall comment count, wall count,
wall like count.


Your suggestions will helpful for me.

Development Tools & Services

We're asked to move from NUnit to MSTest and now have to convert
all the existing tests to the new platform. Most of it converted fine
but we have an issue with parameterised tests. We found the following
web site showing how to write an extension and downloaded the code for
it.

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http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vstsqualitytools/archive/2009/09/04/extending-the-visual-studio-unit-test-type-part-2.aspx

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However, although it compiles fine, the RowTestClass test all
fail to run with the following error message:


"Failed to
initialize the unit test extension 'urn:RunAsTestClassAttribute': A
unit test extension is not registered for the followi

Programming Languages

I have a unit test called TestMakeAValidCall(). It
tests my phone app making a valid call.


I am about to
write another test called TestShowCallMessage() that
needs to have a valid call made for the test. Is it bad form to just
call TestMakeAValidCall() in that test?


For
reference this is my TestMakeAValidCall() test.

/> [TestMethod]
public void TestMakeAValidCall() /> {
//Arrange
phone.InCall = false;

phone.CurrentNumber = "";
// Stub the call to the
database
data.Expect(x => x.GetWhit
Programming Languages

I have a webpage with a sidebar that has navigation options for the
site. The sidebar is a width of 6em (right: 0px, height: 100%,
position: fixed).


I want the rest of the content to
utilize most of the remainder of the page (100% of total width, minus
7em).


Right now, I'm using percent on the main content -
is there a smarter/better way?


Thanks

Web Design
In the movie WALL-E the Buy n Large company intiates the five year
plan "Operation Clean-Up" to clean Earth and make it habitable again.
Eventually the plan is deemed a failure and directive A113 is issued,
declaring Earth a lost cause and setting the stage for the approximate
700 year time lapse. During this time the Waste Allocation Load Lifter
- Earth class robots continue to do their job, that is, they continue
to compress the trash into cubes and stack it in nice neat piles. By
the time o
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