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Modifying an individual TreeViewItem on a databound WPF TreeView without modifying the data source
by Dandor in Programming Languages

I've got a MVVM WPF app with the TreeView databound to a viewmodel class. It is essentially a file explorer. I want to add the ability to "Add a new folder" to the hierarchy. To achieve the desired functionality what I am trying to do is simply switch the Textblock out for an editable TextBox in my datatemplate. This is what my datatemplate looks like:


Modifying CSS for GWT App
by rodvand in Web Design

Using a GWT web app, Firebug says that the following HTML

<table class="drop-zone drop-zone-column-66 multi-zone">

is using this CSS.

.maximized-gadget .drop-zone.multi-zone, .configure-tab a {
display: block;

What CSS do I need to write so that this <table>

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PHP: modifying an array
by Matt Corr in Programming Languages

Just need some help taking this hierarchical array...

Array (
[root] => Array ([attr] => Array ([id] => 1) [label] => Array ([value] => My Root)
[node] => Array (
[0] => Array ([attr] => Array([id] => 2) [label] => Array([value] => Category 1)
[node] => Array(
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Modifying C# dictionary value
by Jesse McDowell in C & C++ & C#

I'm a C++ expert, but not at all for C#. I created a Dictionary<string, STATS>, where STATS is a simple struct. Once I built the dictionary with initial string and STATS pairs, I want to modify the dictionary's STATS value. In C++, it's very clear:

Dictionary<string, STATS*> benchmarks;

Modifying Colors in rst.el
by bigben2wardpitt in Development Tools & Services

In Emacs, I'm using a color scheme with a dark background and light text. When working with .rst files, I have a mode for that which uses rst.el. However, rst.el highlights headings with a light background color, which makes reading light text on it impossible!

I think that this is the section of code in rst.el that is responsible for the background colors:

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Modifying given variables in ASM
by domis in Development Tools & Services

This is the ASM code:

__declspec(naked) void foo(something* t)
__asm {
push ebp
mov ebp, esp
mov eax, dword ptr [t]
mov dword ptr [eax], 0
mov dword ptr [eax+4], 0
mov esp, ebp
pop ebp

This would be the C version of the code:

struct something {
_int64 a;
_int64 b;
_int64 c;

Modifying Duplicates
by hunaid mushtaq in Databases

I'm trying to figure out the means to do two things:

Locate duplicate records in a table.

These are typically duplicate names in the 'Name' column but
specifically those where the ParentID is the same. It's fine if I
have identical names where the ParentID is different because these
names (or Children) belong to different parents.

Modify the

Modifying svg:path using d3
by swassbac in Web Design

I've been working on this problem for a while, and i'm stumped :(

I have one svg which contains some buttons i've made. Then in another svg I have a chart with various lines or svg:path's. When I click a button, I want a specific line to change color. I have the following code:


Modifying text using awk
by Bulk Beef in Operating Systems

I am trying to modify text files using awk. There are three columns and I want to delete part of the text in the first column:

range=chr1 20802865 20802871
range=chr1 23866528 23866534


chr1 20802865 20802871
chr1 23866528 23866534

How can I do this

Modifying viewWithTag
by StereoPixel in Operating Systems

In my iPad application I have an UIView with multiple subviews, each one with a different tag value.
I want to search for a subview with specific tag value. Currently I am using the for() loop for looping through to find a specific UIView with the required tag.

for (int i=0; i<[[myView subviews] count]; i++) {
if ([[[myView subviews] o


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