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Icon   giggly kisses I cannot get Cloud Atlas out of my head. I need to see it again!

Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Programming Project Help

    Posted 4 Nov 2012

    What have you tried and what aren't you understanding? Do you know how to make classes and use objects?
  2. In Topic: Copy app bundle on os x

    Posted 4 Nov 2012

    I have figured out how to fix the perpetually bouncing problem. Here's how if anyone else runs into this problem. It turns out when I copied the app bundle that it didn't set 2 unix scripts to executable that needed to be. I simply used the setExecutable method in the File class to fix this.
  3. In Topic: Links performing AJAX calls

    Posted 3 Sep 2012

    Thank you, this is exactly what I needed. Glad there is a solution to this that doesn't require me to use an iframe, since that would result in a complete restructure of my code base.
  4. In Topic: Calling this inside JQuery inside an Object literal

    Posted 25 Jul 2012

    Hey guys, just wanted to let future Googlers and users know the solution that I found. Turns out the JQuery .on() function allows for a 3rd parameter that passes an object literal into the function. So my bindAction function ended up looking like this:

    bindActions:			function() {
    		$(this.element).on(this.bind, {action1: this.action1, action2: this.action2, toggle: this.toggleState}, function(event) {
    			if(typeof event.data.action2 == "function") {
    				if(!event.data.toggle) {
    					event.data.action1();
    					event.data.toggle = true;
    				}
    				else if(event.data.toggle) {
    					event.data.action2();
    					event.data.toggle = false;
    				}
    			}
    			else {
    				event.data.action1();
    			}
    			
    			event.preventDefault();
    		});
    	}
    
    
  5. In Topic: Get value is being incremented/decremented once too many

    Posted 7 Jun 2012

    The problem with that is when the page reloads (whenever the user clicks the 'next' or 'back' button) $page is reset, so doing the $page++ in the processButtons() method won't do anything since it's called in the constructor of the object. I have tried so many different placements of the call to processButtons() and setting the $page variable, but no luck so far. :/

My Information

Member Title:
D.I.C Regular
Age:
24 years old
Birthday:
December 16, 1989
Gender:
Interests:
programming, building computers, snowboarding, music.
Years Programming:
6
Programming Languages:
Main language Java.

Proficient in C++, PHP, SQL, HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

Learning: Objective-c

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Comments

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    ishkabible Icon

    12 Aug 2011 - 11:20
    ya i deserve it, and if i don't know wait till i get to 600 rep then you can give me a giggly kiss :)
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    ishkabible Icon

    10 Aug 2011 - 22:08
    i can haz a giggly kiss?
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    y2161994 Icon

    18 Jul 2011 - 03:31
    I want some programming logic that are essential for any lang.i.e. prime no,fibonaci series,palindrome,digit reverse etc.
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    y2161994 Icon

    17 Jul 2011 - 05:42
    Becoz I m learning java.So I want to be master in that language.Your tricks will be helpful me for learning java.
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    y2161994 Icon

    17 Jul 2011 - 05:41
    hey if you have some interesting tricks plz mail me:
    yasar2171994@yahoo.com
    Thaking you.
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    jon.kiparsky Icon

    16 Jul 2011 - 11:30
    Just a word in your ear - I find it's often best to let people work out their ideas as much as possible on their own, before giving them a worked-out plan.
    Your idea isn't a bad one by any means, but developing a solution to a problem is something this fellow obviously needs to practice. Just something to consider next time.
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    rajeshkumarsurangi Icon

    01 Feb 2011 - 23:02
    hello
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