I am from Country-India, State-Maharashtra, City-Jalgaon, now there are too many of jumbling list of broadband, so i need to get one which is best and suits my gaming cafe. I prefer BSNL broadband and want you all to give me a suggestion.
** There are 15 PC's in my cafe and my customers are comp...
I'm curious how some of the other ones went. I'd originally tried to make ours a fairly large event, but it kind of fell through. Ended up being a social hour at a pub, which is just as good I suppose.
I did get Telerik to throw some sponsorship our way, though. They sent branded napkins and bottle openers, and a license to raffle off. I didn't learn until that day that the license retails for $2000.
Only three people in attendance were even interested in it, so instead of a raffle we did rock-paper-scissors.
Israel's borders are the borders of the State of Israel. The borders have changed from time to time with developments in Israel's military and diplomatic situation. It borders Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, the Gaza Strip and Egypt on the southwest
The border with Egypt was demarcated in 1906 between Britain and the Ottoman Empire. The borders with Lebanon, Syria and Jordan are based on those drawn up by the United Kingdom and France in anticipation of the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the First World War and the carve up of the Otto...
@PopularDemand I finally defeated my English-major cousin in Words With Friends. TOPAZ on a double word, with the Z on a triple letter that counted twice (due to forming another word). 106 points I think it was =)
At the moment I'm blaming the Intel Rapid Storage driver/RAID firmware for not allowing me to verify my RAID outside of the OS (unless of course it does, and I just missed it, in which case I blame myself...but minor details).
@jadarnel27 I don't have a link handy, but there was a legal case back when automobiles were invented which was pushed by the horse and buggy lobbyists. Basically every sale of an automobile was required to include a buggy whip, to prevent the buggy whip industry from being put out of business.
@TimStone TreeMap.put in Java 6 throws "NullPointerException - if the specified key is null and this map uses natural ordering, or its comparator does not permit null keys"; do you know if the comparator permits null keys?
Yeah, unfortunately it's not terrible convenient for me to push a debug copy to the people experiencing the issue, and those people are unlikely to be willing/able to give me the data so I can try and reproduce it myself. Good times. :P
I actually just reached the point where I was going to ask you what version of Java they were using. Since autoboxing and generics were introduced at the same time, that can't actually be the issue, but it does suggest that I'm out of good ideas.
@PopularDemand Actually, it's a bug they refused to fix apparently.
"Oh noes it might break people's codez!"
So long as there's nothing else in the map, put(null, value) will succeed, even though null isn't a valid key for the natural ordering, because there's nothing to compare it against that would throw the exception.
@TimStone Hey now, I spend plenty of time on SO. I just fall into the incredibly common situation where, for all questions, I either do not know the answer or cannot write a good answer quickly enough to beat other answerers.
I'm just now exploring Data Explorer (for StackOverflow) and I wrote a simple query to see how many questions I asked. I get 8 rows as result, but on my StackOverflow account there are 10 questions.
Why is the information on Data Explorer not consistent with the actual data on StackOverflow ?
I usually feel that after reading documentation for certain function or something similar, I don't understand it unless I see an example which only then makes documentation make sense. Why is that? What should I do about it? Because I am sure for good programmers documentations should be enough, ...
I'm interested in urgent development of a Visual FoxPro 9 application. I'm a little confused with the UI of VFP and can't get used to it. So, could you please recommend me a tutorial or a book to figure out how to make a simple application in VFP9?
Hm. I believe community only adds that link if it detects that the link is not there yet. Perhaps it just goes and deletes the first comment with that link (or any comments with the link) once the post has been closed.