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Manipulating XML with PHP
by J.W. Mosley in PHP

I have an XML file that looks like this


<library>
<book>
<title>Title</title>
<author>author</author>
<price>20</price>
<book>
<library>

I want to be able to add a book and be able to change the price.


Does anybody have any incite on h


Manipulating a CSV with SQL
by DeadFred in Programming Languages

This line of VBA code downloads a CSV file from the web and dumps the data into a spreadsheet. Can someone please help me figure out how to tweak the SQL in this code in order to select the "Close" column in the CSV table and insert that column into the spreadsheet? Thank you!


Sub test()
Dim sqldata As QueryTable
Set sqldata = ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add( _
Conn

Manipulating URL bar with BHO
by Mike in Programming Languages

I want to block some URLs using BHO. To check what URL the browser is going to, I'm using BeforeNavigate2 event. Then, inside this event, if the URL is prohibited, I do a Navigate2 event for my URL. But I wanted to manipulate what URL will appear in the bar. I don't wanted to show the URL that Navigate2 goes to. How could I do that using BHO?


Manipulating SVG files with C#
by Murali Ravipudi in C & C++ & C#

I need to be able to edit the text and images of an SVG file that has been rendered in Adobe Illustrator.


How can I iterate through the elements of an SVG file, check for type = text, change the value, and save the file to disk? Is there any library available that could help me?


So far I've tried this basic library but it doesn't do well with complex SVG structures.


Manipulating the DOM tree
by knockout-2.0 in Web Design

If I load a page in an iframe, run doc.querySelect to retrieve a node N, append N to doc.body by doc.body.appendChild(N), and then remove all children from doc.body until it reaches N, would N be guaranteed to be rendered the same way as pristine in Firefox or IE? So far in the example that I have tried, it's alright, but I was wondering if it'd fail in other settings.


Thanks


Manipulating other Windows on Mac OS X
by dfrolov in Development Tools & Services

I was able to get List of All Open Windows on Mac OS X using "CGSGetOnScreenWindowList", now i have the title and Id, is there anyway to manipulate those windows? i mean, close them, change their title? even if they aren't owned by my application?


ps: i'm not using Object-C, just GCC without Xcode


thanks.


Manipulating pointers using C
by krs in Network & Servers

While working with pointers in C, I have been experiencing a very incosistent result, I am working with a token which is a byte string which i need to make a directory path.
a token consists of the date as a prefix in the format of 20101129(2010-oct-29) and then a 20byte string follows, thus a token would look like 20101102A2D8B328CX9RDTBDE373, the method is supposed to return a path that


manipulating nsmutabledata
by Hugo in Mobile Programming

Hi I am trying to create a packet that I want to send over the network to a server, I have pretty much got the packet sorted however its missing a length identifier which I need to calculate at the end of my method and add into the packet.


The packet structure is like this


leading value identifier (UInt16)
content size (UInt32)
packet Content (string)

curr


Manipulating Lua variables from C
by Rob B in Web Design

I am trying to modify a Lua variable in C. I pass Lua userdata to a C function and the C function uses them and changes them. I want these values changed in Lua as well. Here's my code -


Lua -


t = require 'coroutines'
function foo()
bar = 0
foo1 = t.colorHistogram(bar)
print(bar)
end

C -



Manipulating maps
by Vietnam in Programming Languages

Given a set of floorplans (in Autocad, svg, or whatever format need be...), I would like to programatically generate directions from point A to point B. Basically I would like to say: "How do I get from room 101 to room 143?" (or for triple bonus points, from room 101 to room 323). Anyone have any ideas how to go about this? I am pretty language agnostic at this point, although I know C(++)


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