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PHP: Conditional Statements

Sometimes when you write code, you want to perform different actions for different decisions. You can use conditional statements in your code to do this. In this tutorial we will look at two structures: if...else and switch statements. In this tutorial we will will show you how to use both of them. More...

Tags: PHP CONDITIONALS IF SWITCH ACTION CONDITION Hits: 108938 Comments: 2

Access: IIF Function

In Access, the IIF function returns one of two arguments depending on the evaluation of an expression. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION IIF EXPRESSION Hits: 79171 Comments: 0

Access: DateDiff Function

In Access, the DateDiff function returns the number of time intervals between two dates. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION DATEDIFF TIME INTERVAL DATE Hits: 58981 Comments: 0

JavaScript: Conditional Statements

Sometimes when you write code, you want to perform different actions for different decisions. You can use conditional statements in your code to do this. avaScript supports two conditional statements: if...else and switch. In this tutorial we will will show you how to use both of them. More...

Tags: JAVASCRIPT CONDITIONALS IF ELSE SWITCH CONDITION ACTION Hits: 57960 Comments: 0

Javascript: Variables

A variable's purpose is to store information so that it can be used later. A variable is a name, or identifier, that represents some data that you set. This article shows the basic idea on how to use variables in JavaScript, along with examples, and descriptions of the examples. More...

PHP: Functions

A function is a block of code which can be called from any point in a script after it has been declared. It is basically a compartmentalized PHP script designed to accomplish a single task. Functions are useful because they contribute to rapid, reliable, error-reducing coding, and increase legibility by tiding up complicated code sequences. More...

Tags: PHP FUNCTIONS CREATE SCOPE LIFETIME RE-USABLE CODE Hits: 40119 Comments: 3

ASP: Conditional Statements

Sometimes when you write code, you want to perform different actions for different decisions. You can use conditional statements in your code to do this. There are two types of conditional statements in ASP: if...then and select case. In this tutorial we will will show you how to use both of them. More...

Tags: ASP CONDITIONALS IF SELECT SWITCH CONDITION ACTION Hits: 38444 Comments: 0

Access: Mid Function

In Access, the Mid function returns a string containing a specified number of characters from a string. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION MID SPECIFIED NUMBER Hits: 36069 Comments: 0

ASP: Functions and Subprocedures

You can write functions in ASP similar to the way you write them in Visual Basic. It is good programming practice to use functions to modularize your code and to better provide reuse. This article explains benefits of using functions and subprocedures, shows difference between them, and gives code for function that prints out info or takes an integer value and returns the square of that value. More...

Access: DateSerial Function

In Access, the DateSerial function returns the date for a specific year, month, and day. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION DATESERIAL DATE SPECIFIC DAY MONTH YEAR Hits: 28499 Comments: 0

Show different content to search engine visitors

Perhaps, you face a task to show slightly different information to different website visitors. We decided to address this issue by implementing a generic JavaScript solution. More...

Tags: JAVASCRIPT SHOW DIFFERENT CONTENT MESSAGE SEARCH ENGINE USERS Hits: 27788 Comments: 0

ASP: Cookies

A cookie is a message given to a Web browser by a Web server. The main purpose of cookies is to identify users and possibly prepare customized Web pages for them. This article explains benefits of using cookies and shows how to create and retrieve them. Dictionary cookies are also explained. More...

PHP: Constants

Constants just as variables are used to store information. The main difference between constants and variables is that constant value can not be changed in the process of running program. It can be mathematic constants, passwords, paths to files, etc. More...

Tags: PHP CONSTANTS VARIABLES DIFFERENCE BUILT-IN OUTPUT Hits: 24484 Comments: 3

Microsoft Access Specifications and Limitations

Just as any application, MS Access has specifications and limitations that should be remembered. The following tables specify the maximum sizes and numbers of various objects defined in Microsoft Access databases. More...

Tags: ACCESS SPECIFICATIONS LIMITATIONS NUMBER SIZE LENGTH Hits: 21544 Comments: 2

Access: Round Function

In Access, the Round function returns a number rounded to a specified number of decimal places. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION ROUND SPECIFIED DECIMAL Hits: 19877 Comments: 1

Access: MonthName Function

In Access, the MonthName function returns a string containing the specified month. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION MONTHNAME SPECIFIED MONTH Hits: 17206 Comments: 0

SQL: ALTER TABLE

Many times your design may have not accounted for everything it should have. Also, requirements for applications and databases in particular are always subject to change. The ALTER TABLE statement allows to change the structure of a table after it has been created. More...

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Access: TimeSerial Function

In Access, the TimeSerial function returns the time for a specific hour, minute, and second. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION TIMESERIAL TIME SPECIFIC MINUTE SECOND Hits: 11253 Comments: 0

Access: FileDateTime Function

In Access, the FileDateTime function returns the date and time when a file was created or last modified. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION FILEDATETIME FILE DATE TIME CREATE MODIFY Hits: 11096 Comments: 0



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