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Really Simple PHP Login / Logout Script Example

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One of the first scripts people new to PHP (or any server-side scripting really) create is a login and logout form for their site. Often times beginners get a little confused as to all the parts necessary to creating such a thing. So I thought it would be helpful if I showed a really basic and easy to use PHP login / logout script. The script uses...

1. Ending a console program, using function system()

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Ending Console Program...
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Multi-line replace in Sublime Text

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I recently needed to find and replace blocks of code across multiple files. For example, to replace the footer of every HTML page. (Normally I would use PHP includes so that there is only a single footer, in a single file, but I wasn't allowed to do this for this site.)

It took a bit of digging to achieve this in Sublime Text. (Maybe it is...

Hello World!

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Hi everybody,
This is my first blog entry. Basically I'm just testing out how all of this stuff works. I just joined dream-in-code yesterday and already it seems awesome. It's easy to navigate the site, unlike some of the other programming communities I've tried out. So I'm giving this a shot.
I think I'll write here just a...

Priorities - (5/8/2015 - 3:14 AM)

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Priorities and goals are always good things to focus upon when working on any game. The scope of any project, no matter how simply it can be explained, will have so many elements that must be built it can be overwhelming.

That is why I shall make a list of things that I will attempt to work on and attempt to move on from goal to goal. Each of...
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Life In The New World

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Don't mind the subject of this post much, I was trying to come up with a good subject and that's the best I could do!
Today, marks my 10th week of living in the United States. It was an unforgettable moment when I met a great number of my family members at the airport for the first time. I was also lucky to be able to see Los Angeles...

Lauve TV is a new open source approach to the Tv, made from visual basic to work with MonoDevelop

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HI! Lauve TV is a new approach to the Tv, made from visual basic to work with MonoDevelop.

What we need now is a team of developers devoted and ready to work on something extaordinary!
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My Cup(Of T) from the Roslyn Team

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It's been a while since I last posted something here. Stepped away from programming for awhile, and my sanity.

Any how.

I've been contributing to an Open Source project. Roslyn
Nothing too big at the moment. Just mainly looking for tweaks and fixes for the VB.net compiler.

Pull Requests

Committed & Merged:-

hi i need help

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// i need help with this on understanding what would be an aspect of a define object?, i been searching online but nothing that gives me a clear understanding of the topic.
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tmux has changed my life

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I know what you're thinking:

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But hear me out. I always ran multiple tabs, multiple window setup and it worked. But last week, I had a coworker show me this "program" he used to recreate part of our product's GUI. Basically a shell script that sets up tmux...
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Total Eclipse

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Today there was a near-total eclipse. Glasgow was overcast and the only evidence was a slight darkness. Just as we thought we were going to miss it the maximum-eclipse (or thereabouts) struggled through, pale and moon-like through a veil of cloud. Then a few minutes later we caught a brighter glimpse.

But this article is about Eclipse the Java...

Client XML Processing Engine

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So for the past month or so I've been working on a Framework that is database driven and can take in any XML file and based on the client, choose a dynamic object mapper, and based on the keys in each item in the XML file choose a Parser, then it uses the parser to export information from the file to a CSV. It's not completely finished,...

Path to a clean code LOG 1: Importance of math and logic

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So funny story happened this night. I was simply making the first module
from a Coursera course in python. The end of the first module required you,
the programmer, to make a solution for a version of Rock Paper Scissors
from Big Bang Theory (it included Spock and Lizard). Basically instead of
one beats one it was 2 best and losses for 1.

How...

Planning your project - A movie database program for example

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This post is really an excerpt from a longer conversation. But I thought this might be a good place to keep a copy.
To view the entire conversation check out this thread.
http://www.dreaminco...15#entry2122792...

Why I chose AS3 to create my game

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Why AS3?

Well I believe for the purposes of what I want is a easy to play online version at online gaming portals and the ability to create a desktop application that can be sold as well. So in theory if it works well the online version would essentially become a demo and the desktop version will be the full version. The online portal version...

Infinite streams and Exact real arithmetic

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I've been gone for a while but have been learning lots. School has taken up too much time for me to do my own programming; I'm too busy doing school work and work for my job. I don't even feel like programming when I get done with the day. I have turned to reading about things in theoretical computer science instead. Most of all I have...

Visual Basic Slotmachine

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a slot machine with sliding slots.

Download link:Download Here (Mediafire)

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Plankton v1.5

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This isn't so much of an update as a few small tweaks. I've just fixed any bugs that I've found, mainly in the drawing your own seabed geometry section, and added in a control for density which just effects how the different size Plankton elements behave in the currents. By adding this I could also add gravity so that Plankton can sink...

My Very first Foot Step in DIC

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Hello, To every one who has come over to have look at this rag-tag blog I just created in DIC. I'm a self thought person who loves to code in PHP and in any language which is not tied down to another platform or a OS. This blog will be updated with what ever I collect from my life and my work hoping it'll help some one else.
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Heavy Metal Mouse

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Now for a much more absurd exploration into PC gaming peripherals. A long while ago, I got a basic Logitech G500s mouse for some comfortable gaming. It's all you need, it doesn't look like some cyborg shit, it does its job well and it doesn't cost too much. It also fits in your hand neatly. I noticed it came with some weights inside,...
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