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Algorithm for converting hierarchical flat data (w/ ParentID) into sorted flat list w/ indentation levels
by Floubadour in Development Tools & Services

I have the following structure:

MyClass {
guid ID
guid ParentID
string Name

I'd like to create an array which contains the elements in the order they should be displayed in a hierarchy (e.g. according to their "left" values), as well as a hash which maps the guid to the indentation level.

For example:


Django L10N: Making the Flat Model of 'po' File Not Flat
by PenguinPower in Development Tools & Services

The problem is: .po files are flat. So, we don't have a convenient hierarchy.


msgid "SITE_TITLE"
msgstr "This is a title of my site"
msgstr "And now... about the site"

Problem occurs when we have a lot of messages in our .po file. It's difficult to find a specific message we want to change.

How to Play E Flat Major and E Flat Minor on the Piano
by Saurabh in Arts & Entertainment
Learning major and minor chords on the piano is a great way to figure out how to accompany other instruments. You use these simple chords to play along to a band or to your own vocals. Piano players should pay attention to how to find the notes of a chord on the board for easy reference while practicing. Here's how to find E flat major and E flat minor.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Find middl

How Does a Flat Screen TV Differ From a Flat Panel TV?
by Marcos de Carvalho in Electronics
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Difference Between Flat-Tube & Flat-Screen TVs
by rodvand in Home & Garden
A flat-tube TV is an older type of flat-screen TV that is similar to standard television sets of the past. While some flat-tube TVs are HDTVs, they are not very common and are rarely seen today. DefinitionFlat-tube TVs are standard CRT (cathode ray tube) television sets. However, while most standard-definition sets have a curved display surface, flat-tube sets have, as their name suggests, a fl

How to Compare a Flat Panel TV with a Flat Screen TV
by Ari in Electronics
With so many types of television sets flooding the market it can be easy to get confused. When you go searching for a new set, you will notice that some are known as flat screen TVs and some are flat panel TVs. Use the tips below when you're ready to hit the shopping trail.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Look at the dimensions of the TV. Flat screen TVs are normal tube sets where the scr

Flat-Screen vs. Flat-Tube TV
by Kaveh in Electronics
As high-definition television has grown ever more popular, the technology people have adopted in their pursuit of better picture quality has changed. Sleek flat-panel (or flat-screen) sets, such as plasma and liquid crystal diode (LCD), have become the norm, while bulky cathode ray tube (CRT) sets have all but disappeared, tossed on the technology scrap heap with cassettes and eight-track tape. Ho
TAGS : Flat Screen Flat Tube

processing text from a non-flat file (to extract information as if it *were* a flat file)
by Tom Berthon in Programming Languages

I have a longitudinal data set generated by a computer simulation that can be represented by the following tables ('var' are variables):

time subject var1 var2 var3
t1 subjectA ...
t2 subjectB ...


subject name
subjectA nameA
subjectB nameB

However, the file generated writes a data file in a

How to Hook a Four Flat Trailer Harness to a Five Flat Wire Harness
by Techhog in Cars
Small, light-weight trailers with no brakes typically have wiring harnesses which terminate in a 4-flat trailer harness, properly called a flat four-pin hitch. This style hitch supplies electrical signals to the legally mandated minimum functions, being tail lights, brake lights and both turn signals. A 5-flat harness, properly called a flat five-pin hitch, fitted on a tow vehicle provides those b

BizTalk flat file schema - produce XML file even if blank flat file received
by frogger9 in Programming Languages

I am using the BizTalk flat file schema to process CSV files. My schema essentially looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>
<xs:schema xmlns="http://My.Namespace.For.Schema" xmlns:b="http://schemas.microsoft.com/BizTalk/2003" targetNamespace="http://My.Namespace.For.Schema" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">

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