Most modern programming languages provide support for some type of object that can hold
a variable number of elements. These objects are referred to as collections, and they can have
elements added and removed with ease without having to worry about proper memory allocation.
If you’ve programmed with classic ASP before, you’re probably familiar with the
Scripting.Dictionary object, a collection object that references each element with a
textual key. A collection that stores objects in this fashion is known as a hash table.
At cats' green on the Sunday he took the message from the inside of the pillar and added Peter Moran's name to the two names already printed there in the "Brontosaur" code. The message now read: “Leviathan to Dragon: Martin Hillman, Trevor Allan, Peter Moran: observe and tail.” What was the good of it John hardly knew. He felt better, he felt that at last he had made an attack on Peter Moran instead of waiting passively and effecting no retaliation. Besides, what was the use of being in possession of the key to the codes if he never took...
A PEAR-ified version of Useful Inc's XML-RPC for PHP. It has support for HTTP/HTTPS transport, proxies and authentication.
This release is security related, and solves the recently discovered, and widespread remote-code-execution vulnerability.
All users are strongly encouraged to upgrade immediately.
ASP.NET makes application development much easier than it was with classic ASP, and hence it has dramatically improved developers' productivity. ASP.NET enables you to provide richer functionality to your Web applications by writing the least amount of code. The best part is that ASP.NET enables you to select any of the available .NET
programming languages. So, unlike classic ASP, in which you had to depend on interpreted VBScript and JScript languages, ASP.NET provides a wide choice of programming languages....
Digital communications is a rapidly advancing applications area. Significant current activities
are in the development of mobile communications equipment for personal use, in
the expansion of the available bandwidth (and hence information carrying capacity) of the
backbone transmission structure through developments in optical fibre, and in the ubiquitous
use of networks for data communications.
This module explains how to use methods, parameters, and overloaded
methods. It also explains that breaking program logic into functional units is
good design and makes it easier to reuse code.
The module begins with an explanation of what methods are, how they are
created, and how they can be called. The module briefly describes private and
public access modifiers (which are discussed more fully in later modules). The
module concludes with an explanation of method overloading and the rules
regarding method signatures....
The extensively revised and updated edition provides a logical and easy-to-follow progression through C++ programming for two of the most popular technologies for artificial intelligence--neural and fuzzy programming. The authors cover theory as well as practical examples, giving programmers a solid foundation as well as working examples with reusable code.
Threats and Mitigation Conventional Cryptography and Kerberos Public Key Cryptography and SSL Windows Security 101: Basics Windows Security 102: Impersonation and Delegation Code Access Security Part 1, Policy Code Access Security Part 2, Enforcement Securing Web Applications Securing Web Services Securing System.Runtime.Remoting Securing COM+ Dumb Code: avoid writing code with silly security holes
Các HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) là một giao thức ứng dụng cấp cho phân phối, hợp tác, hệ thống thông tin hypermedia. Nó là một giao thức chung chung không quốc tịch có thể được sử dụng cho nhiều nhiệm vụ (ví dụ, máy chủ tên đối tượng và phân phối hệ thống quản lý) ngoài việc sử dụng nó cho các siêu văn bản thông qua phần mở rộng của các phương pháp theo yêu cầu của nó, các mã lỗi, và phần đầu...
I gave them as good a brain dump as I could on each topic. They sat
raptly and asked intelligent follow-up questions.
These were smart kids, mind you: usually top computer science graduates
and plenty of experienced programmers. But for all their coding
skills, they didn’t really know the first thing about making a business
Which is OK. They’ll learn. It’s not that hard.
Software security is gaining momentum as security professionals realize that computer
security is really all about making software behave. The publication of Building Secure
Software in 2001 (Viega and McGraw) unleashed a number of related books that have
crystallized software security as a critical field. Already, security professionals, software
developers, and business leaders are resonating with the message and asking for more.
This best-selling, easy to read book offers the most complete discussion on the theories and principles behind today's most advanced communications systems. Throughout, Haykin emphasizes the statistical underpinnings of communication theory in a complete and detailed manner. Readers are guided though topics ranging from pulse modulation and passband digital transmission to random processes and error-control coding. The fifth edition has also been revised to include an extensive treatment of digital communications....
This book explains the basic components, technologies used, and operation of IS-95 CDMA systems. You will discover why mobile telephone service providers have upgraded from 1st generation analog systems to more efficient and feature rich 2nd generation system. You will also discover how 2nd generation systems are gradually evolving into 3rd generation broadband multimedia systems. This book starts with the system components and basic services that the IS-95 CDMA system can provide.
No programmer, no matter how good (s)he is, writes bug−free code all the time. And so, most programming
languages come with built−in capabilities to catch errors and take remedial action. This action could be
something as simple as displaying an error message, or as complex as heating your computer's innards until
they burst into flame (just kidding!)
Over the next couple of pages, we're going to look at some of the error−management techniques available in
JSP, and also demonstrate some of the JSP directives used to integrate standalone JavaBeans into your JSP
Một trong những điều tốt nhất về cách sử dụng Mozilla như là một khuôn khổ phát triển ứng dụng là bạn không cần phải tham gia bằng nguồn Mozilla code để tạo ra một ứng dụng Mozilla. Một Mozilla nhị phân đơn giản mà bạn tải về và cài đặt là nền tảng phát triển duy nhất mà bạn cần. Bạn có thể tạo và sử dụng hầu hết các thủ tục và các mẫu mô tả trong cuốn sách này với một phiên bản biên dịch sẵn của trình duyệt. ...
Ever since Sun Microsystems (aka "the dot in dot−com") came up with Java, the geeks have been screaming
themselves hoarse about the wonders of this technology. Terms like "platform−independent code" and "write
once, run anywhere" have been given so much airplay that even novice Java developers are aware of them,
and the language is also popular with talk−show pundits and Internet consultants, who tout it as the solution to
almost all problems of cross−platform compatibility.
The Developer exam is challenging. There are a lot of complex design issues to consider, and a host of advanced Java technologies to understand and implement correctly. The exam assessors work under very strict guidelines. You can create the most brilliant application ever to grace a JVM, but if you don’t cross your t’s and dot your i’s the assessors have no choice but to deduct crucial (and sometimes substantial) points from your project.
There are several key aspects of GUI design that you need to consider when designing and implementing the GUI for your project. At a high level, they can be broken down into two main areas of focus:
1. Designing the GUI to be usable and friendly from the end user’s perspective. 2. Designing and implementing the GUI to be reliable, and maintainable from the programmer’s perspective.
This chapter will focus almost entirely on the first point—ease of use for the end user. We start with a very brief overview of the technical issues you probably want to address in implementing your...
The IMS supports several end-to-end QoS models (described in 3GPP TS 23.207 ). Terminals can use link-layer resource reservation protocols (e.g., PDP Context Activation), RSVP, or DiffServ codes directly. Networks can use DiffServ or RSVP. The most common model when cellular terminals are involved is to have terminals use link-layer protocols and to have the GGSN map link-layer resource reservation ﬂows to DiffServ codes in the network. As mentioned in Chapter 8, the PCC (Policy and Charging Control) architecture includes QoS control.