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  1. In Topic: inheritance and Polymorphism

    Posted 19 Apr 2015

    There is no need to quote a large previous post in full, there is a REPLY button towards the bottom of the page.
  2. In Topic: Need help for a program

    Posted 19 Apr 2015

    You have already been given advice in the previous post. Did you read it, and attempt to implement the advice?

    Be aware that just asking for code is against the forum's rules and will lead to your topic being closed.
  3. In Topic: Error message: can't use 'float' in my definition?

    Posted 19 Apr 2015

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    TypeError: can't multiply sequence by non-int of type 'float'

            xi=r*xi*(1-xi)
    

    xi is a list, a sequence. You cannot multiply a sequence by anything other than an integer.

    If you want to multiply an element from the list you would use xi[0] to reference the element's value. (It only has a single element initially.)

    If you want to add a new item to a list then you would use append().

    lst = [0.4]
    lst.append(55)
    
    result = lst * 5
    print(result)
    # [0.4, 55, 0.4, 55, 0.4, 55, 0.4, 55, 0.4, 55]
    
  4. In Topic: help removing part of POST data URL

    Posted 19 Apr 2015

    You've echoed it, so does $video_id['v']; contain the value you need to save? If so then, yes, that is what you need to insert.
  5. In Topic: Learning material needed please

    Posted 19 Apr 2015

    The fundamentals of VB.NET are the same. Visual Studio is the same. Some of controls and events have the same or similar names.

    So, yes, there are things that you can carry across from WinForms to ASP.NET, but the approach to building a web site or application is very different to a desktop application.

    I also recommend that you get a book.

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    mbole87 Icon

    01 Apr 2015 - 00:58
    Andrewsw helps me second time, awesome.
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    farad Icon

    15 Nov 2014 - 16:34
    One of the best...
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    abdalraheem Icon

    31 Dec 2013 - 04:59
    Thanks
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    Michael26 Icon

    14 Nov 2013 - 04:21
    Boom, 2000 rep points :)
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    laytonsdad Icon

    21 Aug 2013 - 14:03
    Getting close to 1500 rep, you are a robot.
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    Flukeshot Icon

    14 Jul 2013 - 16:09
    1337 reputation points, truely elite!
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    Michael26 Icon

    09 Jun 2013 - 14:11
    Wow andrew, you're on fire this month
    82 reputation points, nice :)
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    Michael26 Icon

    27 May 2013 - 16:14
    Great for you andrew, keep up the good work :)
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    jon.kiparsky Icon

    15 May 2013 - 13:13
    Jinx, buy me a coke!
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    laytonsdad Icon

    29 Mar 2013 - 14:15
    You are awesome.
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    kai_itz me Icon

    19 Mar 2013 - 23:10
    superb keep going....
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    _HAWK_ Icon

    04 Mar 2013 - 23:18
    Diggin on your Avatar man!
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    raghav.naganathan Icon

    26 Feb 2013 - 03:05
    Congrats on the 500 Mr.Enlightened :)
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    lar3ry Icon

    11 Feb 2013 - 05:50
    Very helpful answer on converting a string to an HtmlDocument! That one gets immediate use for me.
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    raghav.naganathan Icon

    11 Feb 2013 - 04:34
    Congrats on the 400 :) Excellent answer indeed!!! :)
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