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Find a C# HTML parser find all <script> and give me the line and position info
Category : C & C++ & C#
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
<head>
<title>title</title>
</head>
<body>
<a href="aaa.asp?id=1"> I want to get this text </a>
<script>
var test=function()
{}
</script>
</body>
</html>


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CakePHP find command warnings when calling find despite return data correctly
Category : Programming Languages

I'm getting the following errors:


Warning (2): array_keys() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given [CORECakeModelDatasourceDboSource.php, line 2181]


Warning (2): array_filter() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given [CORECakeModelDatasourceDboSource.php, line 2185]


Warning (2): array_values() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given [CORECakeMode


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Avoiding making multiple calls to Find.find(“./”) in Ruby
Category : Programming Languages

I am not sure what is the best strategy for this. I have a class, where I can search the filesystem for a certain pattern of files. I want to execute Find.find("./") only once. how would I approach this:


def files_pattern(pattern)
Find.find("./") do |f|
if f.include? pattern
@fs << f
end
end
end

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linux + find mechanism with Irregular Expression (find command) or perl
Category : Programming Languages

hi dear friends and good morning


The following question may be complicated and critical for my systems


I have 4 Linux machines with cluster


My target is to find all kind of IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) in every file in the linux system


remark: need to scan each file in the linux system and verify if the file include IP address if yes need to prin


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CakePHP find all generates SQL that returns duplicate records (with same ID). Find list does not
Category : Databases

So, this code below:


$friends = $this->find('all',
array(
'conditions' => array(
'User.id' => 102
),
'contain' => 'Profile'
)
);

Generates this SQL:


SELECT `User`.`id`, `User`.`sForceId`, `User`.`householdId`,
`User`.

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Excel Range.Find and maintaining user selected find options
Category : Programming Languages

When automating excel using the Excel Interop API, I can easily do a range search using the method Range.Find. I am passing through the LookIn, LookAt, SearchOrder, SearchDirection, and MatchCase options for the Find. This as noted by the MSDN documentation, persists the values passed into this method into the user settings, so the next time that the user opens the find form, the options will b


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How to Create HTML jQuery Find Tool Similar to MS-Word Find
Category : Programming Languages

Someone wants me to create a find tool with jQuery similar to Microsoft Word's find tool -- with Next and Previous buttons. Luckily the HTML content being search should just be a single, small static HTML page. So i doubt there would be server-side involvement.


Are there any jQuery widgets out there that do this kind of thing? Or does someone have examples (or high level descriptio


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Find number of distinct values in a specific column in a Rails find
Category : Programming Languages

I am doing a find in Rails model as follows:


@jobs = Job.find(:all, :conditions => ["job_id = ?", params[:id]])

The result of this query also brings back data from an associated model JobResponses (there are multiple JobResponses for each Job record). Once I have the JobResponse results I am calculating a number of different averages/medians etc for each set of Job results.

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Rails: Converting from MongoMapper to Mongoid: Why can't I find models by :_id using Model.find?
Category : Development Tools & Services

On Rails 3.1 with Mongoid 2.4, BSON 1.5


I am having trouble finding a model by :_id using Mongoid's Model.find


Using where:


>> Athlete.where(:_id => BSON::ObjectId.from_string('4f2b22d70f67e90001001edd')).first
=> #<Athlete _id: 4f2b22d70f67e90001001edd, ...>

Using find:


>> Athlete.find('4f2b

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In jQuery, using the “find' function, what does this expression mean: $(”.divName").find('> div')
Category : Programming Languages

I understand the "find" function, I'm just not familiar with what '> div' means. Can anyone help?


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