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CodeScissors > Creating WordPress Plugin - attention to $_POST

Posted 14 March 2011

I'm currently working on a WordPress Plugin which also writes to the MySQL Database, using the $wpdb-class, prevented by the WordPress Plugin-API.

I came up with some strange behavior doing that:
I used the $wpdb->prepare()...

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CodeScissors > Calling a Java-Class from the Terminal

Posted 10 March 2011

Lately, I played around with some Socket-Connection based Server things in Java. The Server Class I wrote was without any GUI things (e.g. Swing/AWT) just for the Console (using System.out.println() for reporting).

So I wanted to call the Class but i only got this from my Terminal:
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CodeScissors > HTML Valid - Generating a valid HTML base frame

Posted 10 July 2010

If you ever made a website, you know this: Every HTML Page needs a valid base frame.

Creating a template with the base frame and always copying it is one possibility to handle this. But I wanted it faster. So I made this little Tool:

HTML Valid is a small HTML generator which only generates the base frame of an HTML document. You can...

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Member Title:
D.I.C Head
Age:
22 years old
Birthday:
October 23, 1992
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Location:
Germany
Interests:
Java, C++, Web Development, Android
Years Programming:
2
Programming Languages:
Java, C++, C, PHP, MySQL, Batch, Shell, JavaScript, LaTeX, Python

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    Amaramb Icon

    19 Mar 2011 - 12:18
    Hi, there! You responded to a question about my code earlier. I had the issue with my method not initializing my constructor properly because I was sticking in a class-definition unnecessarily. You edited your post to say you were too late. Even so, please know that I appreciated the clarity of your response as I'm very new at this and your explanation made the most sense to me. Thanks ...
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