I have pretty much no experience with SQL Server's Enterprise Manager so I am not sure if this is even possible (or hopefully laughably simple!)
During an import into a database something has happened where each table has duplicated itself with two important differences.
The first is that the O...
Bah to "sorry, comments must contain at least 15 chars" followed by "you must wait 15 secs before submitting comments" when more chars are added. What is it with comments and the number 15? I smell an Illuminati/Stonemason/[your favorite shadow organization here] conspiracy.
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Sir i am not against Down Vote. I know Down Vote is encourages us to modify your self better but sir for that at least you should know what is the mistake we made. if we know that we have wrong on certain points than we should modify it better and avoid from making ...
@PopularDemand About using it when speaking w/ a police officer? It's not awkward itself, if you are using to using the term. Otherwise, it may come off as trying to butter him up. That wouldn't matter if it was just a normal conversation, but it may be wise to use "officer" instead if you've been pulled over or something of that nature.
@PopularDemand British English, so "there" being anywhere but the Americas. :)
Say user A posts a comment, B replies harsh to it. A deletes the comment and C decides from B's reply that A deserves better and replies @A. Will A be notified?
If this is an open question: I need two volunteers, one (A) to post a comment to which I (B) will reply which (s)he then will delete. T...
@LasseVKarlsen Ah, product ivy. Slowly creeps up the side of your software and eventually chokes the life right out of your system. That's why your computer always seems to get slower over time, you know.
I took a quick look through your questions and here are some things I saw, which may have contributed to some downvotes (as others have said, without comments one cannot know for sure what the exact reason was in each circumstance):
poor grammar and spelling. This is not Twitter or Facebook; we...
> to learn better english it will take a long time and which i don't have that means this meta stackoverflow is not for me. in my world every person is respectful and i am not going to leave this good habbit to address someone as sir so it's better to leave this meta stackoverflow.
How do you know they aren't participating? A huge number of SO users don't use their real names, so you actually have no idea.
Why don't we see more women on SO? I think mostly because there are so few programmers. In my university computer science classes, I think they were about 10% female.
Aether (also Æthere, ), in Greek mythology, is one of the Protogenoi, the first-born elemental gods. He is the personification of the upper sky, space, and heaven, and is the elemental god of the "Bright, Glowing, Upper Air." He is the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (Ἀήρ, aer) mortals breathe.
In Hesiod's Theogony, he was the son of Erebus and Nyx and brother of Hemera. Both were noted in passing in Cicero's De Natura deorum, but Hyginus mentioned Chaos as his parent. The aether was also known as Zeus' defensive wall, the bound that locked Tartarus fro...
Marcie is a bespectacled fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. She serves as comedic foil and best friend to tomboy Peppermint Patty, plays a supporting role in some of Snoopy's heroic fantasies, and displays a romantic interest in Charlie Brown, who seems to love her back.
Marcie is one of the few bespectacled characters in the strip. She has dark brown chin-length hair and she usually wears a t-shirt and shorts, like Peppermint Patty. She and Peppermint Patty were the only girls in the strip to wear a t-shirt and shorts (although the gir...
In the absence of such a "status" feature I am using the "about me" field on my chat profile to indicate my status. So if you're trying to send me things or if you're going to post love notes to me, before getting offended that I don't respond, check my info box to see if I'm away:
@TheUnhandledException the problem with "I like to stay in my rooms all the time so that people feel invited and are more likely to come in and chat." is that your icon gets lightened after some inactivity, so people know whether there's actual conversation taking place.