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Rubberized Cases Vs. Hard Cell Phone Cases
by Stuka in Electronics
When making a decision as to which type of cell phone case to buy, the large number of different cases on the market can be intimidating for some consumers. This is especially true when it comes to deciding between a rubberized case or a hard shell plastic case, as some users do not understand the differences between the two. Throw in factors like available colors, textures, shock absorption, tran

How to Convert Guitar Cases to Gun Cases
by Shailja in Hobbies, Games & Toys
There are plenty of commercially produced gun cases on the market. But if you are a gun collector who also happens to be a big music fan, you can get in tune with your creative side by building a custom gun case out of an old guitar case. Build one of these cases for your favorite shotgun or rifle, and you are certain to trigger some interesting comments on your next visit to the shooting range or

Rubberized Hard Phone Cases Vs. Silicone Phone Cases
by jald in Electronics
When choosing a cellular phone case, there are many factors to take into account. The two most important factors to analyze are the features of the phone and the way the owner is using the phone. Rubberized hard cases and silicone cases are two low-impact choices for cellular phone protection. Each is appropriate in certain instances. CostBudgeting is important when thinking about cellular phon

Manual test cases mapping with Selenium test cases
by bigben2wardpitt in Web Design

I have manual test cases written in Excel file with an unique Id associated with each test case.
I have test methods written for these test cases using Selenium Webdriver+TestNG.


I need help on following:
1.How should I map the manual test case Id with automated test cases?
2.I need to run the automated test cases in the order of occurrence of manual test cases.


remove cases, all id's, for cases where NO changes have occured between time 1 and time 2
by PrinceMyshkin in Programming Languages

I have two data frames with a range of cases. One from time 1 and one from time 2. I am looking for a way to quickly identify cases where changes have occurred between time1 and time 2 and I am kinda stuck.


Here is an example. So, I have a data frame from time 1,


df.t1 <- data.frame(id = c(1,1,1,2,2,3,3,5,5,6), ABC = LETTERS[1:10], Num = 101:110)


How to Brief Law Cases
by ERaubenheimer in Legal
One of a lawyers' fundamental skills is having the ability to brief a law case. The purpose of briefing a law case is to summarize the main points and decision of a case in a manner that is easy to recall. Lawyers will often need to brief cases orally when arguing a point in front of a judge or in written form for clients or hearings and appeals.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Read the case th
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Uses for Old CD Cases
by damomurf in Hobbies, Games & Toys
If you have a stash of old CD cases, don’t toss them in the trash. There are creative ways to recycle CD cases into useful and attractive items that you can keep for your own use or give away to friends and family. Some of the ideas for CD cases make great crafting projects for children or can be incorporated into a project for Scout troops, Vacation Bible Schools or other youth organization
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How to Mod Cases for the 360
by CRaul87 in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Once you purchase an Xbox 360, it appears to be one of the most attractive consoles available. But over time, after you see the consoles of friends and family, it might seem as attractive. There are numerous ways you can modify the case to the Xbox 360 to achieve a personalized and attractive appearance instantly.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Purchase a clear case for the Xbox 360 and add flu
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DIY: Wig Cases
by CurrentlyPissed in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Wigs are an expensive investment and a wig case ensures they are not damaged while storing or transporting. Take proper care of your wigs by not leaving them out in the open, subjecting them to sun damage and dust. If you frequently transport your wigs, it is important to keep the shape of the wig intact, instead of just tossing it in a bag where it will lose it's shape and become tangled. Save mo
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DIY CD Cases
by sub-80 in Hobbies, Games & Toys
You can protect your music and data CDs from scratches and cracks without spending a dime by making your own CD cases using a simple piece of paper. Get creative with paper styles to design the cases and then decorate them using scrapbook supplies, or your computer and printer. Supplies NeededThe only materials you need to make your own CD cases are sheets of regular, letter-sized paper and a C
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