• Reading specific characters from txt file

    I have a txt file with lots of numbers separated with "/", and i want the program to read the file and use the numbers for calculus and tell me how much "/" the file has (or how many numbers the file has). Anyone knows how to do it? Thanks.

    cdsv30 pointsBadges:
  • Dynamic webpage OnClick not firing after OnChange

    I'm still new to the .NET world so forgive me if this is trivial. I have a simple dynamic web page. If the user changes the text in the textbox and clicks the k or l button before tabbing out of text box, the onchange is the only event that fires. Each function works fine independently. Click a...

    ToddN20008,800 pointsBadges:
  • Data gathering solution??

    At my company we currently take all unit run notes down by hand and then use them to develop graphical representation of the actual time spent on each task. The notes differ from each operator and cause problems with inaccurate and lost information. I am looking into developing a system to have a...

    mcheengull5 pointsBadges:
  • adobe flash player

    How do I download adobe flash player for my tablet

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  • Web server

    My client wants to install web server to run the website in Intranet. IIS and apache are solutions that I know of.  Is there anything else?

    Asparagus185 pointsBadges:
  • What scenarios to test in Anti Virus software?

    What scenarios to test in Anti Virus software? Please give scenarios for writing test cases for testing a Anti Virus Software?

    Mayurkhe295 pointsBadges:
  • Steps to an improved data quality assurance plan?

    David Loshin has outlined his five steps to an improved data quality assurance plan.  Do his five steps cover everything needed?  What would be your five (or more) steps?

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • What are your thoughts on killer applications?

    In a recent SearchCIO tweet jam, followers discussed the idea of 'killer applications', which are applications/programs that motivate consumers to purchase them based on the apps value and popularity. Today, as one killer app emerges, consumers are already onto the next big thing. What are your...

    Michael Tidmarsh28,945 pointsBadges:
  • Would an Amazon-ruled cloud service space be a positive thing?

    Amazon is going to do to enterprise cloud companies exactly what it did to bookstores. This line, which was the headline in this week's Searchlight also caught Karen Goulart's attention. With the Amazon cloud positioned as a big winner by SMBs as well as CIOs at more established enterprises, do you...

    Michael Tidmarsh28,945 pointsBadges:
  • Is there any GUI tool in Java to make a map of seats in a classroom for seat allotmment

    I want to develop a graphical seat allotment software, for which I want to make a map of the area and then visually allot seats (like in cinema theaters). Is there any tool already available in Java for this?

    hussain22juzer500 pointsBadges:
  • IF and then statement in query

    I'm having issues with an if statement in a query. Basically I need to know how to get the following: If field 1 is > 0% then field 2 = 25. I don't know VBA

    tphester5 pointsBadges:
  • Java CSV reader (+charts)

    Hello there, I'm trying to create a Java web application which will do the following: -upload .CSV files -store them in a database -will display charts depending on the content of the .CSV file Any ideas? It HAS to be in JAVA! Thanks in advance, Peter

    pforos220 pointsBadges:
  • Database how to connect OpenOffice base to Visual Basic

    How do I connect OpenOffice base to Visual Basic?

    Learn5 pointsBadges:
  • Use case

    Use case static or behavior diagram?

    rosa5 pointsBadges:
  • How to run JSP with Tomcat on OS/400 V6R1

    I'm replacing an iSeries by an I5 V6r1 but it appears that I cannot use Tomcat any longer to run JSP applications. What should I do?

    JPPLOU125 pointsBadges:
  • Using pointers

    I need to update a lot of fields in a record testing on an internal array if that field is "updatable". This should be: FILEFIELD001 = DSFIELD001  for each updatable field. I wonder if could be possible to use pointers to change values in a record and then update that record? In other words,...

    Luca195715 pointsBadges:
  • SQL server native webservices and PHP

    Hi, I have a SQL server 2008 database and I need to query it from PHP running in a Linux box. I thought that using webservices was our best option. I am trying to use native HTTP SOAP in SQL server. Following some tutorials, I made first an SP USE [Basededatos] GO /****** Object: StoredProcedure...

    Claubolson35 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble creating SQL statement from MS Access Form

    I'm creating an INSERT statement from the text fields in a form. This is a snippet: mySQL = mySQL & Combo0 & "','" & Text3 & "','" & Text5 & "','" & Text7 I am alternating the double and single quotation marks to enclose the entire statement as a single STRING while...

    MarcC5 pointsBadges:
  • Can somebody provide me SQL questions based on various situation?

    I have started working on SQL DB. During an interview question, there were various situations given through which we need to write some queries. Questions/ Situations where UNION , ORDERBY , JOINS , DATE Functions and others are used. Can somebody provide me SQL Join situation questions for...

    Mayurkhe295 pointsBadges:
  • Spy attacks my PC’s performance, IE & Desktop

    Hello, I'm currently using Win XP with SP2. Now a days a spy like agent attacks my PC badly. It affects most my PC's performance, Internet Explorer and Desktop. It'll hide my wallpaper on the desktop and bring his banner like "Warning! You are in danger.." Famous anti-spy agents like Microsoft...

    Arnoldsch20050 pointsBadges:

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