Display The Screen Size And The List Of Fonts Snippets


28 February, 2013   

C++ Code example for Cin getline

Java code example to list the Files or Subdirectories in a Directory

02 April, 2017   

Last name matches the user input and returns their phone and email information

How to display visitors IP in an Image using PHP

PHP code to convert MySQL date to UNIX timestamp

CSS code for Simple and Nice Blockquote Styling

How ot use MySQL REGEX match comma-delimitted list

09 August, 2015   

Handy routine to display the database's SGA statistics.

18 April, 2012   

To show a list of all mapped network drives, use the GetNetworkDriveMappings function

HTML Code example for Style font, color, and size

30 October, 2013   

Find a key from a list of values​​. parameters: sbValues​​: List of Values 'A;B;C;D' sbToken: Key 'B' sbSeparator: ',' or any defined sbValues

25 October, 2012   

Java code example to fast file copy using NIO

01 August, 2013   

Example Java code for Fast File Copy using NIO

iPhone code snippet to display the network activity status indicator

06 August, 2011   

The stuff inside the /* */ marks are CSS comments. This allows you to enter notes into CSS that will not be interpreted. In this case, this comment lets someone reading the CSS file know that that particular line of CSS was intended to allow for using ems to set font size later in the CSS in a more intuitive base 10 way.

09 January, 2013   

Better way to handle Broken Image. Missing images will either just display nothing, or display a [ ? ] style box.

23 December, 2015   

It allows you to add your own fonts on the page. To convert to different formats use this service Font2Web.

This function is used to reverse an integer array. For example, if the array is {1,2,3,4,5}, these functions will return an array like {5,4,3,2,1}. The user needs to pass in a pointer to the array and the size of the array, and the function will return a pointer to an array in the reverse order.

02 August, 2012   

An example of a horizontal CSS menu

This is a very handy query that sorts your tables by their physical size in megabytes. Just be sure to edit the query to include the database name.