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Author: Neosoft Support
Posted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:45 pm (GMT -7)
Topic Replies: 1
How large is your database and where is it located? If your database contains thousands or millions of records, dbpShowAll will cause database engine to send all of those records to the client. The app has probably not crashed but is simply waiting for the database engine to finish its work.
One of the most challenging parts of learning web design is all the jargon there is. while you can read through a glossary of terms, that can be boring and doesn’t fully explain how the words work. One of the first groups of jargon terms you should learn is the different types of files you can have on a website. These are defined both by name and by file extension, so you have two ways to identify them.
Read the article: Types of Web Files and File Extensions
Understand All different Types of Web Files
The fourth IE10 platform preview includes enhanced HTML5 support by using an interoperable quirks mode based on the behavior defined in HTML5. This HTML5-based quirks mode is the default quirks mode in IE10.
IE10’s HTML5 quirks mode is used for pages without a DOCTYPE or with a legacy DOCTYPE as defined in HTML5. Like HTML5 and other browsers, the behavior of IE10’s quirks mode is the same as standards mode with select quirks applied. This means features like <canvas>, <audio>, and <video> remain available. Most importantly this aligns IE10′s quirks mode with the behavior of other browsers, so pages missing a DOCTYPE run consistently across implementations.
Developers can quickly identify which mode a page uses via the F12 developer tools. The latest HTML5 standards and quirks modes are now listed as Standards and Quirks. Legacy modes are still listed by the version of IE that introduced them. IE’s legacy quirks mode is now referred to as Internet Explorer 5 quirks.
F12 Developer Tools’ Document Mode menu
IE10 continues to use Internet Explorer 5 quirks in Compatibility View for pages without a DOCTYPE, and for pages that opt-in via X-UA-Compatible.
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=5">
Call to Action
HTML5 defines quirks mode for compatibility and interoperability, but you should continue to author new sites for standards mode by using <!DOCTYPE html> at the top of your pages. Please help ensure IE10′s HTML5 quirks mode works correctly by reporting issues via Connect.
—Tony Ross, Program Manager, Internet Explorer
California Sen. Alex Padilla welcomes our robotic overlords with legislation directing the CHP to outline regulations for the use of autonomous vehicles on California roads.
San Francisco?s Moscone Center is packed with wild and extravagant displays this week thanks to the RSA Security Conference. You can fight a sumo wrestler, get your picture taken with a giant robot, ogle Ferraris and other race cars, win game shows and take home a wealth of prizes. It?s a carnival for nerds, punctuated by the calls of carnival barkers endorsing their particular flavor of digital security. To believe their marketing is to believe in a state of perpetual war with unknown enemies on an ever-shifting battleground. And now that war is moving to the cloud.
Posted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:51 pm (GMT -7)
Topic Replies: 2
|In most cases, NeoBook should be able to handle numbers with approximately 19 digits of precision in a range from 3.37 x 10-4932 to 1.18 x 104932.|
Uhhhh … hmmmmm … My experience is different. It may hold such a large number, but if I try to increment 999999 with a Math "[iter]+1" "0" "[iter]" action, then the result is 999998 instead of 1000000. It begins to decrement beyond 999999 when you add 1.
Why would that be?
Subject: Re: Retrieve all words/phrases
Posted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:49 pm (GMT -7)
Topic Replies: 3
I have a Neobook pub with about 300 files in the functions folder, I don’t want to open each files and to search all texts words/phrases and to put them in a TEXT.txt file that contains all the software sentences (the sentences are to going to be translated). I think the total is 3000 phrases. Is there a way to make a script that detect words/phrases between " and " and to automatically put them in TEXT.txt and that replace the phrase by a variable like [TEXT1]; [TEXT2]…
Alex, Microsoft has a free utility called qgrep.exe found in the 2003 server resource kit (free download).
Here is a quick reference someone made for it: http://ss64.com/nt/qgrep.html
You can have it look for phrases in a big file and it will tell you the line number in that file that contains the phrase (you can port the results to a text file). So you don’t need to open each file in NB and search, you could use a batch program to search multiple files and then import the results.
I have used it to search massive log files for specific entries and it was very helpful.
In any case, 300 files is a lot of files to look through.