Tag Archives: C++

ComboBox Sort Tutorial

All around the Internet, where there is tabular data presented, users instinctively look to that table’s header row and the column header cells (often “th” elements) to find ways to sort the data of the associated column’s rows, or in … Continue reading

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ComboBox Wikipedia Tutorial

Yesterday’s ComboBox Form Tutorial progress combined with today’s involvement of … Wikipedia … thanks … via … Inhouse PHP … and can open up our ComboBox Form Table web application to the idea that the user can decide the table … Continue reading

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ComboBox Form Tutorial

Yesterday’s ComboBox Primer Tutorial got us working with new ComboBox div/select elements, but that was just a display mechanism, and not a “collection of data” mechanism. We could code for dynamic select “onchange” event and div “onblur” event logics, which … Continue reading

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ComboBox Primer Tutorial

Do you remember a blog posting a couple of days ago called Favourites Poll Email Moderation Contenteditable Tutorial featuring … contenteditable global attribute magic ? Well, that started me rethinking on a very long-running personal desire with our web application … Continue reading

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C++ ssh Remote X11 Analogue Clock Tutorial

From a few days ago we knew that yesterday’s C++ X11 Analogue Clock Timezone Aesthetics Tutorial had a remote access possibility because as per “way back when”‘s C++ X11 Analogue Clock Primer Tutorial giving compilation and execution instructions for the … Continue reading

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C++ X11 Analogue Clock Timezone Aesthetics Tutorial

Yesterday’s C++ X11 Analogue Clock Timezone Abbreviation Tutorial work has been progressed today with a number of “nice to haves” in the modification categories (around here) of … a little bit of aesthetics a little bit of user experience (UX) … Continue reading

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C++ X11 Analogue Clock Timezone Abbreviation Tutorial

Yesterday’s Analogue Clock Timezone Abbreviation Tutorial was about “surfing the net” mode of use PHP. Today we turn our attention to interfacing “command line” mode of use PHP to effectively interface to the C++ desktop application code. In order to … Continue reading

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Analogue Clock Timezone Abbreviation Tutorial

Yesterday’s C++ X11 Analogue Clock Timezone Tutorial got us interested in timezone abbreviations, such as AEST, around here, for “Australian Eastern Standard Time”. We decided to incorporate this extra layer of data knowledge into our repository for inhouse timezone functionality, … Continue reading

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