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  • Birthday 02/11/1903

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  1. So i read on a blog google converts an image to base64 string to avoid copywrite. Is this true? Even though it still looks like the original ..... its well - text.
  2. I have a few prices and need to find the median of them, the problem is there is sometimes one really high price that distorts the median. Is there a way to normalize the figures? Example numbers 76 87 95 78 104 1098 Normally i would do it this way but it gives a distorted view of the median number $lowest = 76; $highest = 1098; $mid = (($lowest - highest) / 2) + $lowest; // echos 511
  3. Its a "rollscanhardly" .... Rolls down the hill, can hardly get back up
  4. Ill spend extra 20% of my time including extra stuff just for ie ...
  5. Most of my friends are married and in the same boat. They tell me "why did i get married?" and i laugh like a hyena .... sorry like a hyena on weed. Seems like the only one thats happy has married an asian chick 20+years his junior - aint it great
  6. Trying to get the percentage of rent for a property in php. Im completely lost .... <?php $purchase = 44000; $rent = 9860; $percent = $purchase * $rent; //this is wrong, it returns 4.3 but should be over 18 echo "Percentage is {$percent}%"; ?>
  7. Yep already did it, just added the extra key and merged it with the original array
  8. Simple array_replace() but it throwing an error, can anyone see what ive done wrong? while($row2 = mysql_fetch_assoc( $res2 )){ $title2 = "replace desc"; //$row2 prints array( l_desc => title ) $row2 = array_replace($row2, array('l_desc' => $title2)); print_r($row2); $show[] = $row2; }//end while Fatal error: Call to undefined function array_replace() in ..... Im using PHP 5+
  9. haha one of my friends said it was when all the worlds information is floating around in the air up amongst the clouds - i laughed sooo damn hard http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing
  10. Thanks. I used a id instead. <form name='x'> <input type="radio" name="type" value='1' id='T1' /> Renovation <br> <input type="radio" name="type" value='2' id='T2' /> Buy and hold (Rental)<br> <input type="radio" name="type" value='3' id='T3' /> Development <br> <br /> <input type='button' onclick="if(!document.getElementById('T1').checked && !document.getElementById('T2').checked && !document.getElementById('T3').checked) { alert('Select a Property Type'); } else { alert('ok'); }" value='Continue &#187;' /> </form>
  11. I want to check if a radio button has been selected, but the following doesnt work. <form name='x'> <input type="radio" name="type" value='1' /> Renovation <br> <input type="radio" name="type" value='2' /> Buy and hold (Rental)<br> <input type="radio" name="type" value='3' /> Development <br> <br /> <input type='button' onclick="if(document.x.type.checked == false) { alert('Select a Property Type'); } else { alert('Checked'); }" value='Continue &#187;' /> </form>
  12. Has anyone had any experience with elastic search, it supposed to be super powerful compared to cassandra and Solandra http://www.elasticsearch.org/ http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3486140/massive-database-w-fulltext-search-sphinx-lucene-cassandra-mongodb-couchd
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