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  1. In Topic: PHP with SSH2 and realtime log capture

    Posted 19 Sep 2014

    Maybe you could use this?
  2. In Topic: HOW TO REMOVE NOTICE "UNDEFINED INDEX" ?

    Posted 17 Sep 2014

    Use isset(), just like it is used elsewhere in the same statement, only for the view array index:

    if (($menuItem instanceof stdClass) && isset($query['view']) && $menuItem->query['view'] == $query['view'] && isset($query['id']) && $menuItem->query['id'] == (int) $query['id'])
    
  3. In Topic: Teaching Yourself JavaScript

    Posted 16 Sep 2014

    An in-progress book that goes in-depth into Javascript (more for intermediate/advanced developers) : https://github.com/g...ou-Dont-Know-JS
  4. In Topic: JavaScript POST method problem

    Posted 14 Sep 2014

    Are you sure it's sending? The addition of an alert where you put it should not be affecting the actual ajax call. You could add success and error handlers to your ajax call and log the result:

    $.ajax({
                type: "POST",
                url: listUrl,
                data: {
                    email: emailS,
                    list: listID,
                    name: nameS
                },
                success: function() {
                    console.log('Successfully sent');
                },
                error: function(err) {
                    console.log('Failed sending: ' + err);
                }
            });
    
  5. In Topic: Program Needed: Broken Keyboard

    Posted 14 Sep 2014

    "Please give me a code to solve this problem in any language.
    C or C# or C++ or Java or Javascript or Python"

    Smells like an employment test.

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