It looks exactly like the previous one except for the cast to void in the third line. Now let s try it out.
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Figure 2 2. String methods do not modify the initial string. As you can see, JavaScript used the string in name as the basis for the modification we wanted done. The concat() method returned "Superman", but name still contains "Super". With this in mind, you will likely want to save the return value of a String method to another variable. Otherwise, it s as if the modification never happened. Let s do so, verifying our work with Figure 2 3: var pre = "Bat"; var post = pre.concat("man"); pre; // "Bat" post; // "Batman";
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None of our application logic is contained within Simple.aspx; while it is possible to do so, there are no performance losses or benefits to that approach. Though it is not the preferred method, you can include your application logic in your ASPX pages by embedding <SCRIPT RunAt=Server> tags in your ASP.NET pages. The application s performance won t suffer because the server-side code is still compiled the first time a page is rendered, just as in a code-behind (see section 3.2.1). However, you lose the ability to efficiently use versioning tools, such as Visual SourceSafe or Sourcegear Vault (www.sourcegear.com/vault/index.asp), in a team environment because your user interface and application logic is in the same file. (Visual SourceSafe prevents others from editing a file that is currently being edited.) On the other hand, if you place all of your logic code in a code-behind page, this separates your page logic from your user interface, which allows you to easily work on both files at the same time using versioning tools. Another disadvantage of embedding your code in the ASPX page is that you lose some of the rich IntelliSense that developers on the Microsoft platform have grown to love. For example, when you choose an object and want to see a list of its properties and methods, you can t view them using the Object.Property syntax; instead, you must use a tool, such as the Object Browser. Code-behind pages are usually named PageName.aspx.vb. The pages that we will be analyzing are named Simple.aspx.vb and Simple.aspx.cs and appear in listing 3.2.
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In this chapter we ll study LINQ fundamentals by exploring its features for querying inmemory objects. We ll start with some simple examples to get an idea of what programming with LINQ to Objects involves, then we ll look at examples for all of LINQ s standard query operators.
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The technique of database functions in the select clause isn t limited to databasedependent functions. You can use it with other, more generic (or standardized) SQL functions as well:
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CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
In addition to the members defined in the Node and Element interfaces, every Element node picks up id, className, title, lang, and dir members from HTMLElement and a style member from CSSStyleDeclaration. These members provide a way to query the tag attributes id, class, style, title, lang, and dir. Note that class is one of the reserved keywords in JavaScript, so the member is named className rather than class. There are three ways to query attributes. The first and preferred way is with the . or [] operator. It s just like querying a Node member like nodeType or an Element member like tagName. Click Clear in both Firebug panels, and let s query some members from HTMLElement: var myElement = document.getElementById("twitter"); myElement.className; // "sprite" myElement.id; // "twitter" myElement.dir; // "" As you can see, if an attribute is set in your markup, JavaScript returns the value (as a string). Otherwise, it returns the default, "". You get a truthy string if the attribute is set and a falsy string if not, which provides a way to branch flow with an if condition. Note that, like any member of an object, you may query an attribute with the . operator and an identifier. Or you can do so with the [] operator and a string, like so: var myElement = document.getElementById("twitter"); myElement["className"]; // "sprite" Generally, attributes contain a string. However, style is an exception. Rather than a string, style contains a CSSStyleDeclaration object, which I will cover in gory detail in 8. Note that CSSStyleDeclaration is an arraylike object. Remember that it has a length member but no array methods. Element.style.length returns an integer equal to the number of inline CSS declarations in your markup or added by script. So, style for the Twitter <li> refers to a CSSStyleDeclaration object with a length of 0: var myElement = document.getElementById("twitter"); myElement.style; // CSSStyleDeclaration length=0 Simple elements like <span> and <em> do not have any additional attributes other than id, class, style, title, lang, and dir, but the rest do. For those, there are myriad DOM interfaces that simply define members mirroring the additional tag attributes. For example, a <style> element picks up the disabled, media, and type members from a DOM interface named HTMLStyleElement. Note that essentially all of the additional element interfaces follow that naming convention: HTML and then the tag name in title case and then Element. For a <div> element, the DOM interface is named HTMLDivElement. For a <select> element, the DOM interface is named HTMLSelectElement, and so on. Keep that in mind whenever you refer to DOM documentation or a JavaScript tome, because doing so will save you some time.
A public cloud provider has two potential primary advantages from an economic perspective over a company interested in running its own private cloud. The first relates to the physical resources required to run a cloud. In chapter 2, you saw how the public cloud providers buying power is harnessed to purchase large quantities of hardware for servers and build data centers with good network connectivity and low-cost power. In chapter 3, you saw how that translated in terms of a business case for deploying applications. These arguments are based on the ability to purchase servers and hosting resources at small scale. For a large multinational or government, the economics may be much different given the long-term relationships and volumes that are purchased annually from their sources. On top of this, consider that these organizations may already have large quantities of hardware and pipe available. In addition, if a company is already in the midst of executing a virtualization strategy, the existing investments may be well positioned to be converted into a cloud. The second aspect relates to the expertise required to run and maintain a cloud infrastructure. The public cloud providers, as they ve been designing for scale, have been creating infrastructure where one of the primary objectives is the reduction of the number of resources required to operate a data center. In most cases, conventional IT organizations require more engineers and technicians to run a smaller data center. By migrating to a cloud-style deployment, they may save money over their existing deployment. But this may require a retooling of their current resources or hiring a smaller number of more skilled resources.
It is important to keep in mind that the Sync Mail Accounts settings should really be called Sync Mail Account Settings (without your password or mail). What this means is that only the email account settings are transferred to your iPhone during the sync. This helps you in that you won't have to actually type all the settings on the iPhone itself. NOTE: After syncing the email account settings to your iPhone, you ll still have to enter your password for each email account in the Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars for each email account. You have to do this only once on your iPhone for each account. 1. Scroll down below the Calendar settings on the same Info tab in iTunes to see the Mail account settings.
On this tab, you can choose one of the three event filter types, as follows: Pre-filter: The pre-filter is the highest level of filter. If an event match occurs with the criteria specified in a Pre-Filter rule, the event will be completely removed from the workflow, and thus will not be transferred to the management server and will not be stored in the database. Database filter: The database filter allows the event to stay in the MOM workflow, but none of the matching events or their parameters or data will be stored in the MOM database. Conditional filter: This filter is similar in nature to the database filter, with the exception that if an event is already marked for collection, it will be written to the database. If the event is not marked for collection, it will not be collected and written to the database.
Since the result of a Boolean operation is a Boolean value, you can combine multiple Boolean operations in order to perform more complex multipart tests. Here s one: (email contains "@") and ((email ends with ".com") or (email ends with ".net")) and ((offset of "@" in email) > 1) The preceding script includes four expressions that result in a Boolean value: email contains "@" email ends with ".com" email ends with ".net" (offset of "@" in email) > 1 The final result is true if 1 and 4 are true and either 2 or 3 are true. Figure 9-9 shows a script that uses this Boolean operation to validate an e-mail address that a user enters. The script is in a closed loop and doesn t allow the user to leave unless a proper e-mail address has been entered. It s a good use of Boolean but is very irritating for the user!
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