|How to encode a number as a string such that the lexicographic order of the generated string is in the same order as the numeric order|
| by FrankSaucedo in Development Tools & Services|
For eg. if we have two strings 2 and 10, 10 will come first if we order
The very trivial sol will be to repeat a
character n number of time.
eg. 2 can be encoded as aa
10 as aaaaaaaaaa
This way the lex order is same as the numeric
But, is there a more elegant way to do this?
|Order results from one MySQL table by another, which is saving multiple values into the order field|
| by KingGuppy in Programming Languages|
I'm trying to solve a MySQL problem, I have two tables:
(COLUMNS: _id, _name)
(COLUMNS: _id, _category, _title, _text)
_category field in
LONGTEXT and can have multiple
CATEGORIES _ID's separated only by , using implode(",") PHP
I try to list with PHP the 10 mos
|magento - display a custom attribute in sales order screen and new order mail|
| by Thomas Gueze in Programming Languages|
In my sales order screen and new order mail, I would like to show a
custom attribute (
kledingmaat) (this is a dropdown
I use the following code (found on another page on
stackoverflow; I am not a programmer):
|magento auto order creation using credit card payment not saving order|
| by William Burke in Programming Languages|
I created a Magento auto create order script, and it works fine when i
set the payment method to purchase order, when i try to use credit card it
don't create the order.
i use cc info as below but it now
|Can I specify the order of how changes happen in an single App Engine transaction ? Is it equal to the order of the list of arguments?|
| by DeadFred in Web Design|
If I passed a list of key ids as an argument in a transaction, would the
change associated with the first key in the list happen first? And if not,
how do I specify the order that I want the changes to happen in?
As a concrete example, consider this code below from Google Docs
Transactions--would changes to the first item in acc.key() happen
|Order a data frame's rows according to a target vector that specifies the desired order|
| by Christian Seitzer in Programming Languages|
I think I'm missing something really obvious here, but I just can't put
my finger on it ;-)
Is there an easier way to ensure that a
data frame's rows are ordered according to a "target" vector as the one I
implemented in the short example below?
data.frame(name=letters[1:4], value=c(rep(TRUE, 2), rep(FALSE, 2)))
1 a TRU
|Magento - Where are Order Item details for Order, Invoice, Creditmemo and Shipment Pdfs|
| by showb1z in Development Tools & Services|
I need to access Order Item Details (eg SKU) for Order, Invoice,
Creditmemo and Shipment Pdfs. I cant locate where to access it. Any help
would be appreciated.
|Order <form:error path=“*”/> messages so their order isn't random|
| by Vick Aita in Web Design|
When I do a
<form:errors path="*"/> my errors are
always shown in a random order.
Now I was wondering how I could
display them in a set order.
What I mean with random is:
fields: field1, field2, field3
output 1: field2, field1, field3
output 2: field 3, field 2, field 1
|How to validate Xades-t message when the order of the attributes in the x509SubjectName differ from the order in the certificate|
| by kpkp in Web Design|
At the moment I'm trying to validate messages from a third party.
The problem I'm having is that the chain of trust can't be created.
The reason is that order of the items in the subject name
(X509SubjectName) are different in the certificate as they are when you
extract them from included certificate.
the xades-t message the x509SubjectName tag has:<
|preg_match to get mp3 and mp4 filenames in file extension order then in filename order from an external webpage?|
| by rbrewer in Programming Languages|
I am new to PHP. I have tried many times and cannot come up with the
search pattern to get all the mp3 and mp4 files name from an external HTML.
The list of files is in file extension order than the file name order. I
would appreciate if any help.
$searchfor = '<a herf';
// the following line prevents th