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Jul
28
comment Object Chain through an Interface
Thanks for your answer Mark. Coincidentally, I actually am experimenting with something my boss suggested which is similar to Radio.js: making ribbit fire an event which Log listens to. I'll mark this answer as accepted if it works ;)
Jul
24
asked Object Chain through an Interface
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Jun
8
comment Javascript: Safely upload a client data file
Thanks for replying. While the program is indeed only client-sided right now, I may implement some server-sided code in the future, so this is of some concern to me. I'm using the XMLParser to parse any uploaded XML, and I'm escaping certain <>&/; characters in the program's output. Is there anything I'm forgetting?
Jun
2
comment How often are comments used in XML documents?
@BryanOakley My actual question is the last sentence: how often are comments used in XML documents? It's a statistical question about programming practices. For future reference, how should I phrase a question like this, or where would I ask it?
Jun
1
comment XML: Multiple roots + text content outside the root. Does anyone do it?
That's very good to know. I can only hope that that's a fringe case... clients wouldn't likely need to edit MySQL XML output I don't think. Thank you very much!
May
31
comment Javascript: Safely upload a client data file
@RiceFlourCookies Uploading files from their local systems.
May
31
asked Javascript: Safely upload a client data file
May
7
answered How would you create a mobile (android) offline wiki site?
Apr
15
awarded  Enthusiast
Apr
10
comment Why do we need private variables?
+1 for getting at the heart of the issue, though I've personally found my code easier to maintain when I stopped going through hoops just to ensure that a frequently used variable stays private. Sure an error may come up in the future, but it's 60 less lines of code to sift through, and less variables and functions to boot ;)
Apr
10
answered Why do we need private variables?
Apr
7
comment Standard way of allowing general XML data
@GregJackson Fair enough. This scheme was more for designing variable xml formats.
Apr
7
revised Standard way of allowing general XML data
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Apr
7
comment XML: Multiple roots + text content outside the root. Does anyone do it?
So, it is "kind of" allowed in the DOCTYPE assuming it follows the correct syntax. My concern was more for those who hire inexperienced XML coders that write XML their own way. My code does handle a variable DOCTYPE definition too ;)
Apr
7
answered Standard way of allowing general XML data
Apr
7
awarded  Scholar
Apr
7
accepted XML: Multiple roots + text content outside the root. Does anyone do it?
Apr
7
comment XML: Multiple roots + text content outside the root. Does anyone do it?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen sounds fair to me. Accepting this answer.