Remove Nodes Snippets


This snippet shows how to add treenode's to a treeview control. It also shows how to add sub nodes.

Code example using PHP to add/ remove nodes from an XML file

An example of a simple double linked list using OOP techniques

29 July, 2015   

Apache code example shows how to remove .php from URL

Code snippet to remove class after delay in jQuery.

Here is code to emove a specific character from the end of a Excel cell. Replace 'A1' with the cell and '-' with the character you want to remove. I found it very useful.

A Java example for Stateless Session Bean With Three Methods

This is a very common PHP question of HOW TO remove last character from string in PHP. Find below some ways how to delete last character from string in PHP.

05 March, 2017   

To add a "space" to the dock in OS X, open up Terminal.app and enter this. Enter it as many times as you want spaces. Error on too many, they are easy to remove. by Chris Coyier

Tries to make out of the given string a xhtml-compatible string, that means that the return-string could be wrapped within a xml.

08 May, 2013   

Shred attribute values out of an XML Variable in SQL 2008

15 March, 2015   

How to automize versioning by modifying a line in the AssemblyInfo file.

01 October, 2014   

PHP example code for secure link conversion

10 June, 2017   

C++ source code useful string functions

23 February, 2015   

Some example useful C code of string functions

04 February, 2013   

This removes every instance of a space in the given string returning the new string as a string for Visual Basic

This Delphi code example shown how to add and remove a shell extension

The IsFileInUse Delphi function will return true if the file is locked for exclusive access. False is returned if the file does not exist. Code "flow": Two things need to be checked here: A) Is the file a READ-ONLY file? and B) Is the file in use? The main point of the excercise is to check the files attributes for the READ-ONLY...

The IsFileInUse Delphi function will return true if the file is locked for exclusive access. False is returned if the file does not exist. Code "flow": Two things need to be checked here: A) Is the file a READ-ONLY file? and B) Is the file in use? The main point of the excercise is to check the files attributes for the READ-ONLY flag...

This snippet will check memory and then print initial, final and peak usages.