|Accessing child nodes of xml by name in Groovy while accessing parent node iteratively|
| by Denmark in Programming Languages|
I have an XML like this:
|best practice for accessing data in a database while abstracting the accessing|
| by mii in Programming Languages|
I am attempting to learn the best practices for the following
I have a defined set of data objects that are subject
to change with updates. And some of these objects have arrays of other
objects within them.
sqlite I have the
database set up with the following pattern: Each object is its on table.
And if an object has a child object within it
|Accessing Dictionaries VS Accessing Shelves|
| by Anton Tupy in Programming Languages|
Currently, I have a dictionary that has a number as the key and a Class
as a value. I can access the attributes of that Class like so:
Due to memory issues, I want to use the
shelve module. I am wondering if doing so is plausible. Does a
shelve dictionary act the exact same as a standard di
|How to prevent the other threads from accessing a method when one thread is accessing a method?|
| by lockdown571 in Programming Languages|
I want to search for a string in 10 files and write the matching lines
to a single file. I wrote the matching lines from each file to 10 output
files(o/p file1,o/p file2...) and then copied those to a single file using
But the output single file has mixed output(one
line from o/p file1,another line from o/p file 2 etc...) because its
accessed simultaneously by many threa
I'm kind of curious about what the best practice is when referencing the
window object (or vice versia depending on how you look at
I want to know if:
var answer =
is better or worse than:
var answer = window.Math.floor(value);
|Accessing outside the memory allocated by the program. (Accessing other app's memory)|
| by Griff in Web Design|
Is there a way to access (read or free) memory chunks that are outside
the memory that is allocated for the program without getting access
Well what I actually would like to understand
apart from this, is how a memory cleaner (system garbage collector) works.
I've always wanted to write such a program. (The language isn't an
Thanks in advance :)
|Accessing <li> tag, ASP.Net|
| by dfrolov in Programming Languages|
I'm trying to access a
<li> tag in my first master
page file. I tried FindControl(..) but it allways returns null.
First Master Page (which contains
Second Master Page
Default.aspx (need to access here)
What do I need to do to access
the li element?
|accessing BIO via FQL|
| by findcontrol in Development Tools & Services|
When I examine a particular user (friend) via the Graph API, I can see
their bio. How do I access the BIO with FQL?
I seem to be able
to access the few items that the Graph API does return with FQL, but not
|Accessing SVN from LAN|
| by frogger9 in Databases|
I am running a subversion service on my localhost, I want users on the
LAN to be able to access this repository without being prompted for
username and password. Is there any way to do this.
|Accessing COM in SQL CLR|
| by Caveman in Programming Languages|
Hope you all having a good day!
I need your recommendations
for something I've been thinking about these last three days. I have a COM
component written in an unmanaged platform. The component has a method that
returns a sort of some sensitive data and I need to store the value as soon
as I get it.
What I need is to call a UDF to access the COM
object and get the value.