|How does Stackoverflow's “Post Your Question” button stay disabled until question gets submitted?|
| by Elcs in Programming Languages|
I am using asp.net webforms; I want to submit a form and keep the button
disabled until it gets saved to my database, exactly like Stackoverflow.
protected void Lb_Save_Click(object sender,
//disable my button
//Do a DB insert
//enable my button
I'll do a client-side val
|A question on classifying question categories on Yahoo! Answer|
| by NeoTubNinja in Development Tools & Services|
now I have a seemingly easy but challenging task.I need to develop a
data set of questions,and I classify the questions into two
Factoid questions: "who is the current president of
Free questions: "Can you rate the cameras below for
now I need to know the percentage of both categories on
Yahoo! answer so that I could maintain my data set ac
|Question about combating contravariance. Callback-related question|
| by neosephiroth86 in Programming Languages|
I have the following piece of code which doesn't compile when I try to
instance something like
CommandGlobal<int> because it
tries to override
virtual void Execute() const =0; with a
function which returns
int. It gives a non-covariance
virtual void Execute() const =0;
|MySQL table question. [MULTI PART QUESTION]|
| by odunthorne in Databases|
I was wondering if I allowed my users to pick which categories their
post will be displayed in and they can pick multiple categories from one to
How would I store the categories id value or values in the
Should I group each value together for example, 45,12,45,78
or should I store one value at a time?
And how would my table
structure look like?
|.htaccess question : Can I strip out a leading question mark?|
| by dbrews in Development Tools & Services|
I have a page that already has the $_GET array initialized, and when a
page redirects there (with an oAuth token) it appends the
?token=36264747 to the end.
Is there a way to
write an .htaccess file for an Apache server that would either strip that
question mark or (better) replace it with an ampersand?
|asp.net mvc nerddinner question linq to entities join question|
| by YBS1 in Programming Languages|
I am working on a website similar to nerddinner. Is it possible to
perform similar join
using Linq to entities what is done with linq to
sql in nerddinner.
I am posting the codes below.
IQueryable<Dinner> FindByLocation(float latitude, float longitude)
var dinners = from dinner in FindUpcomingDinners()
join i in db.
|Question regarding iPhone core data and how to duplicate features for multiple users…that doesn't make sense, just read my question :)|
| by redha in Programming Languages|
So I am working on a simple iPhone app, that uses core data to manage
objects. My code is similar in function to Apple's CoreDataBooks app, found
here. There is a blank UITableViewCell, and you have the ability to add
objects to this blank list. If you hit the add button, a
DetailViewController pops up that manages the attribute of each object. In
the coredatabooks example, the app is like a li
|ASP.Net MVC requirements vs ASP.Net? (hosting question, plus LINQ-to-SQL question)|
| by vyazkov in Programming Languages|
I'm jumping into ASP.Net MVC and wanted to know how tough it's been for
hosting providers to support it.
One thing that I'd like to
know is how I can port my local MVC app to a hosted provider if I'm using
LINQ to SQL. I assume I have to move the dbml files over in some way?
What else that's special in contrast to a regular ASP.Net app? (Sorry if
this is a complete newbie questio
|I have a string 'Question', how to get an instance of class Question|
| by FriendL in Programming Languages|
class_name = 'Question'
instance = which_method(class_name)
Which method I should use?
|K&R exercise question to an answer about the original question|
| by Hubb1e in Programming Languages|
I kept trying to wrap my head around a solution to K&R problem 7-8,
until I found this solution (with the original problem) right on this site.
I am unable to comment on the answer (probably due to its age); the only
way I could actually have input in that question is to post an answer to
it, which I felt was inappropriate. So i've decided to create this heavily
related question based off t