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Post Posted: January 14th, 2016, 9:14 pm

Bigwebmaster, I'm a software engineer now. Oh and did someone mention the Seahawks? Go Hawks! :D

Post Posted: January 5th, 2016, 9:07 pm

Ozzu suddenly popped into my head today and I decided to check it out, turns out it's been 6 years since I was here. I too joined when I was in college and I had time for Ozzu, Wikipedia and Stack Overflow. Now I have a job and not much time for any of the above. At least I still remember about half...

Post Posted: December 31st, 2009, 11:42 am

Haha I was just joking.

Post Posted: December 30th, 2009, 2:56 pm

Can you look for and post the code that defines F_OM and other functions?

Post Posted: December 30th, 2009, 12:32 pm

I'm referring to the "Are you sure you want to navigate away from this page?" message. It's meant to appear when you are moving away with unsaved changes, but here are a couple of places where I found the behaviour to be odd: 1. It appears when you click the "Preview" button on t...

Post Posted: December 30th, 2009, 12:20 pm

C++ has for long been and will continue to be one of my favourites. However, of late, I find myself using JavaScript a lot; it seems to me that you can do just about anything within the browser and you get platform-independence for free too.

Post Posted: December 27th, 2009, 4:01 pm

Glad you got it working. The Win32 API is purely C, nothing is C++-only. (of course, wrapper libraries like MFC are built using C++, but there's nothing you can't do using just the C API)

Post Posted: December 26th, 2009, 1:02 pm

Combining stdio functions with the Win32 API can be tricky and as in your case, cause problems. Try to eliminate scanf() and instead use the Win32 console functions (GetStdHandle, ReadConsole) to read user input.

Post Posted: December 26th, 2009, 11:14 am

A quick search brought up this page which describes how to get Windows to recognize your drive once again: Once you have your drive back (hopefully) you could try running CHKDSK from the command prompt to try and recover the files. The files...

Post Posted: December 20th, 2009, 11:02 am

Probably not. Most modern browsers cache all objects anyway, but compare the last modified time with the server to make sure cached objects are up to date. In my experience, I really haven't had problems with the browser automatically refreshing dynamic pages.

Post Posted: December 20th, 2009, 8:36 am

I think the browser will anyway cache scripts and images separately. Cache control is determined individually for each file as per the HTTP header. The META tag is just a substitute for the HTTP header for webpages alone.

Post Posted: December 20th, 2009, 8:32 am

C:\Program Files\Windows7\RunMe\RunMe.exe O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [KRun] C:\Program Files\Windows7\RunMe\RunMe.exe Unless you added them, you should probably remove these. The Explorer crashes seem to be a remnant of your virus attack. Check if removing the above entries helps, but it probably won't, as ...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2009, 6:45 pm

It depends on what amount of each activity you expect. For example, how many user registrations per day and how many posts per day? Also, how do you define "100s of users simultaneously"? If 100 users just open up your page and read through it for an hour, it's just 100 requests for that h...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2009, 6:37 pm

There you go foxyguy, joebert's version is a lot better. :)

Post Posted: December 19th, 2009, 3:39 pm

Assuming each user is just going to visit your homepage, here are some basic calculations: Homepage size = 50 KB = 400 Kbits Connection bandwidth = 4 Mbps 75000 hits per day = 0.868 hits per second Required bandwidth = 0.868 x 400 Kbps = 347 Kbps So you can easily sustain those many hits a day. As f...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2009, 11:41 am

If your theory were right, Bing wouldn't have even as many users as it has now. Companies can't afford to play such tricks anymore. As for your question, I don't think any sites do noticeably well in Bing since Bing's market share is so low. Further, look at your blog's target audience: how many of ...

Post Posted: December 19th, 2009, 11:31 am

I'm not an expert so this is what I could come up with. The borders still have a blue tinge to them, maybe someone else can do a better job.

Post Posted: December 18th, 2009, 7:21 pm

It generally takes a while for Google to identify links to your site. Even then, not all links show up in "link:..." queries. A better way is to sign up for Google Webmaster Tools; that will let you see almost everything about your site that Google's crawler itself can see.

Post Posted: December 18th, 2009, 7:16 pm

At the very least, you need o+r for Apache to be able to read your webpages. You need o+x in two cases: listing directory contents and executing scripts such as PHP. I assume you want to use PHP, so 775 seems reasonable. Additionally, if any script of yours will have to write to a directory, that di...

Post Posted: December 18th, 2009, 6:13 pm

The only way I can think of getting around the validation error is to set the attribute through JavaScript, like this:
JAVASCRIPT Code: [ Select ]
document.getElementById('your_textarea').setAttribute('spellcheck', false);

Post Posted: December 18th, 2009, 3:03 pm

I'm quite sure it's not your keyboard or OS that's causing the problem, but unfortunately I'm not sure what PuTTY setting, if any, might fix it.

Post Posted: December 17th, 2009, 11:15 pm

I too have this problem often but only on some servers. I believe it's something to do with the keyboard layout that the server expects. There's a setting for this in PuTTY but I haven't had time to try all combinations to see which works.

Post Posted: December 17th, 2009, 3:42 pm

Exactly what SpooF and joebert said. eval's evilness is comparable to goto in traditional languages - it's very easy to misuse but there's almost always another way to get things done. The only place where you must use eval is when you need to execute user input as code. In your case, since you alre...

Post Posted: December 17th, 2009, 2:11 pm

First, a word of caution: eval is evil, don't ever use it unless absolutely necessary. Do you have a good reason for using eval? Now, for the answer: eval is doing what it's supposed to do. If your code contains an echo, it will be echoed. According to the PHP manual, eval will only return NULL unle...

Post Posted: December 16th, 2009, 1:31 pm

Interesting. I always thought it would be worth indexing Flash, and there you are, they've already started doing it.

Post Posted: December 16th, 2009, 10:07 am

Right now, crawlers do index images, but using only the filename or related keywords in the page. True image crawling would require intelligent image processing, which isn't possible yet. I don't think any crawler indexes Flash at the moment, but it is very likely that in the near future crawlers wi...

Post Posted: December 16th, 2009, 9:52 am

Remove the hard drive from your computer, plug it into another and erase it.

Post Posted: December 15th, 2009, 7:58 pm

Yes, it's always "Aahhh..." especially with those hard-to-track bugs that you finally trace to a single line of code. (or in your case, a single character :D)

Post Posted: December 15th, 2009, 7:41 pm

The report seems to have all the information that a blue screen would. The BCCode: d1 indicates the error code, a quick search brings up the description here: Blue screens are almost always caused by driver problems. If you always have this problem w...

Post Posted: June 28th, 2009, 7:20 am

spork wrote:
Google doesn't, so why should you?

One, because we're not Google, and two, because those few extra bytes don't really matter today.
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