Extending objects with JQuery.extend

You have developed a plugin and need to provide default options allowing end users to overwrite them. The solution is simple wink




Normalization

The process of separating your data into tables and creating primary keys is called normalization. Its main goal is to make sure each piece of information appears in the database only once. Duplicating data is very inefficient, because it makes databases larger than they need to be and therefore slows down access. But, more importantly, the presence of duplicates creates a strong risk that you’ll update only one row of duplicated data, creating inconsistencies in a database and potentially causing serious errors.




How to compile Toad with Oracle support

This article will explain how to compile Toad with Oracle 10g XE on Debian Linux. With limited changes you will be able to sort out the same installation on any Oracle release along with various Linux distributions like Ubuntu, CentOS, Redhat, Fedora, Mandrake etc.
First of all install a 32bit Debian and not 64bit as on the last Oracle wont play enough. You can get the latest Oracle binaries direct from oracle or from our repository at http://status-guru-host.com/downloads/.




IP Board Greek language file

IP.Board gives users the tools and features they need to participate easily and you the tools to manage focus and drive growth.
Successful communities have discussion at their core, which is why our IP.Board forum software is the foundation of our community platform. Whatever kind of community you run, IP.Board can help you achieve your business goals by fostering vibrant discussion.




An Introduction to Struts

Struts is the premier framework for building Java-based Web applications. Using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern, Struts solves many of the problems associated with developing high-performance, business-oriented Web applications that use Java servlets and JavaServer Pages. At the outset, it is important to understand that Struts is more than just a programming convenience. Struts has fundamentally reshaped the way that Web programmers think about and
structure a Web application. It is a technology that no Web programmer can afford to ignore.




Distribute Smarty

One of Smartys primary design goals is to facilitate the separation of application code from presentation. Typically, the application code contains the business logic of your application, written and maintained in PHP code. This code is maintained by programmers. The presentation is the way your content is presented to the end user, which is written and maintained in template files. The templates are maintained by template designers.
If you would like to have a single copy of Smarty available to your customers then follow the simple installation procedure like described below.




Oracle and the Purpose of a Logical Volume Manager

Your database server machine will have one or more disks, either internal to the computer or in external disk arrays. These disks are the physical volumes. In virtually all modern computer installations, there is a layer of abstraction between these physical volumes and the logical volumes. Logical volumes are virtual disks, or file systems, that are visible to application software, such as the Oracle database. Physical volumes are presented to the software as logical volumes by the operating system’s logical volume manager, or LVM.




Using Multiple Threads with Java

The Java language makes it particularly easy to do both multi-threaded programming and socket programming. We will see in the next section that using threads is a basic technique for writing robust socket programs in Java. In this section, we will look at a short example program that creates a new thread class MyThread and creates 10 instances of it.




How manage memory on C programming

The C programming language supports dynamic memory allocation in the malloc(3), calloc(3), realloc(3), and free(3) functions. These functions enable you to obtain, manipulate, and return memory from the operating system on an as-needed basis. Dynamic memory management is essential to efficient programming. Besides more efficient use of memory, a critical system resource, dynamic memory management frees you from coding arbitrary limits in your code. Instead of hitting an artificial size constraint in an array of, say, strings, you can simply request more and avoid unnecessary hard-coded limits. The following sections discuss each of these functions.




An Example Program for Receiving UDP Data

This example program (receive.c in the UDP directory) is similar to the server.c example program in the SOCKETS directory, except that we use SOCK_DGRAM instead of SOCK_STREAM for the second argument when calling socket. For both TCP and UDP, we use gethostbyname to resolve either a computer name or absolute IP address into a hostent struct. The setup of the struct sockaddr in_sin data and the call to bind is identical to the TCP socket example.




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