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Efficiency of creating an event handler in a nested loop: am I creating 1440 functions here?
by nsavop in Web Design

I just developed a little code to create a 24x60 table. I want to print the id of each <td> on mouseover:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" con

Creating A Script For Dropping and Creating Views of a Database With Dependency Order, Programatically
by Tom Arleth in Databases

I just see this topic.
it's very similar to my question.
but i don't want to use any third party for creating the script.
i want to create the script of dropping and creating the views of a database in dependency order and programmatically.
how i can do such a thing ?

Creating a Simple Dependency Injection Container in Java, Dynamically creating objects
by Taylon Silmer in Java

I want to create a simple dependency injection container in java. Something I can use in the following way:

DI.register(ITheInterface, ClassImplementingInterface);
obj = DI.create(ITheInterface);

How might the actual code implementing register & create look like?


Why I try to understand the l

“Error creating bean with name” When creating a Transaction Manager
by James Lupiani in Programming Languages

Here is my hibernate.cfg.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE hibernate-configuration PUBLIC
"-//Hibernate/Hibernate Configuration DTD 3.0//EN"
<!-- Database connect

Creating a variable which is not accessible from a child class, and creating methods which cannot be overridden
by Mossy B in Programming Languages

I am making a plug-in system for my application. It uses a framework with a class called vertCon, which currently looks like this:

@interface vertCon : NSObject {
NSProgressIndicator *progressBar;
/* May not be accessible by child classes */
@property (nonatomic, retain) IBOutlet NSProgressIndicator *progressBar;
/* These two are used b

intellij IDEA creating a web client from a wsdl not correctly creating namespaces
by Alex Bartzas in Web Design

When I create a WebClient via wsdl in IntelliJ, it doesn't seem to properly read the namespace tags and instead creates all the classes in a flattened package.

what I've done is this:
Create a new java project.
Enable webservices.
Right click and go to webservices and select create java code from wsdl or wadl.

Then I select my wsdl location and apache axis

Difference between creating a duplicate file descriptor using dup() and creating a hard link?
by mikko in Programming Languages

I just tried out this program where I use dup to duplicate the file desciptor of an opened file.

I had made a hard link to this same file and I opened the same file to read the contents of the file in the program.

My question is what is the difference?

I understand that dup gives me a run time abstraction to the file and that hard link refers more to the f

Facebook Like Button creating divs with CSS styles of -2000px, creating white boxes on site
by mhedberg in Web Design

I'm using the standard HTML5 FB Like plugin, and all seemed to be well - until I viewed a page on my site that is lengthy, and I noticed two boxes in the middle of my content, well away from the Facebook Like button. I've had the same issue with the XFBML version.

By looking at the code of the button that is generated, I can see that a div is created inside of di

Creating a SelectCommand in code behind which works identically to creating one in the SQLDataSource
by Ferzerp in Programming Languages

I'm using asp.nets webforms and gridview to create large data tables on my website. I also have a very simple method in code behind which allows the entire gridview to download to an excel file. This all works perfectly when I create the selectCommand in the sqlDataSource. My problem is I want to create a SelectCommand in code behind so I can add a lot of parameters and make it much more dynami

In a Python class, what is the difference between creating a variable with the self syntax, and creating one without ?
by Timo in Programming Languages

What is the difference between creating a variable using the self.variable syntax and creating one without?

I was testing it out and I can still access both from an instance:

class TestClass(object):
j = 10
def __init__(self):
self.i = 20
if __name__ == '__main__':
testInstance = TestClass()
print testInstance.i<


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