Math Tutor Enhanced

photo credit: AdmlCrunch 4.9: This is a modification of Chapter 3′s Problem 15, which was: Write a program that can be used as a math tutor for a young student. The program should display two random numbers to be added, such as 247 + 129 —— The program should then pause while the student works […]

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Math Tutor Enhanced

photo credit: AdmlCrunch 4.9: This is a modification of Chapter 3′s Problem 15, which was: Write a program that can be used as a math tutor for a young student. The program should display two random numbers to be added, such as 247 + 129 —— The program should then pause while the student works […]

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Time Calculator

photo credit: FABIOLA MEDEIROS- direção de arte This programming challenge is from an initial C++ programming course I took in Fall 2007. The Chapter (4) was titled “Making Decisions”. I post these old academic challenges for a few reasons. One is to demonstrate my programming learning, experience, and progression. Another reason is to make sure […]

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Math Tutor Enhanced

photo credit: AdmlCrunch 4.9: This is a modification of Chapter 3′s Problem 15, which was: Write a program that can be used as a math tutor for a young student. The program should display two random numbers to be added, such as 247 + 129 —— The program should then pause while the student works […]

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Time Calculator

photo credit: FABIOLA MEDEIROS- direção de arte This programming challenge is from an initial C++ programming course I took in Fall 2007. The Chapter (4) was titled “Making Decisions”. I post these old academic challenges for a few reasons. One is to demonstrate my programming learning, experience, and progression. Another reason is to make sure […]

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How to Count CSS Specificity Scores and Leverage !Important Overrides

photo credit: laffy4k If you are having difficulty getting a particular CSS style to “appear”, one thing to check is your specificity. CSS specificity is a four digit score for resolving cascade conflicts. You can actually add up the specificity score to determine which conflicting style should prevail. The four digit score is comprised of […]

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Space is Critical in CSS Selectors

photo credit: makelessnoise If you are having difficulty getting a particular CSS style to “appear”, one thing to look at is your selector. A tiny space can cause two different selections if you are not careful. For example, notice the single space difference between these two selectors: That presence or lack of a single space […]

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Bottles of Beer Song via Java

Bottles of Beer Song via Java

photo credit: NUCO This programming challenge is from the Head First Java book, which I studied and practiced spring 2009. The end result itself is not terribly sexy, but I liked the algorithm construction process. My programming curriculum changed course during the first year, and they eliminated our Java classes. I was still curious about […]

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Plain and Recursive Factorials with Full Print Enhancements

Plain and Recursive Factorials with Full Print Enhancements

photo credit: gadl This programming challenge is from a WiBit.net instructional video, which I studied/practiced this spring 2009. The end result itself is not terribly sexy, but I liked the algorithm construction process. My programming curriculum changed course during the first year, and they eliminated our Java classes. I was still curious about Java, so […]

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Random Image Display with JavaScript

photo credit: davidChief This programming challenge is from a Lynda.com instructional video, featuring Dori Smith, which I studied/practiced last summer but once again spring 2009. I do not mean to just re-post the wonderful Lynda.com code, but rather add instructional value to it by way of clearer variable names and explanatory comments. The end result […]

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Slideshow from Images Array

Slideshow from Images Array

photo credit: pawpaw67 This programming challenge is from a Lynda.com instructional video, featuring Dori Smith, which I studied/practiced last summer but once again spring 2009. I do not mean to just re-post the wonderful Lynda.com code, but rather add instructional value to it by way of clearer variable names and explanatory comments. The end result […]

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jQuery fadeOut upon click

photo credit: Joel Bedford This programming snippet is from the themeforest.net video series “jQuery for beginners” which I watched and practiced spring 2009. I do not mean to steal from them, but just post how I performed their tutorials for my own later reference and perhaps save someone else the time of watching the videos. […]

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Disable Submit Button to Prevent Double-Submit

photo credit: kevindooley This programming snippet is from the book, “jQuery in Action” which I read and practiced Spring 2009. The Chapter (3) was titled “Bringing pages to life with jQuery”. I post these old code snippets for a few reasons. One is to demonstrate my programming learning, experience, and progression. Another reason is to […]

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How to change alternating table row colors

photo credit: Lee Carson Everyone loves the alternating table row colors on web pages. The same idea is applied to alternating blog comment styles. You can do it quite easily, and here are the three simple steps to do it. This technique involves PHP, CSS, and a touch of SQL. However, the logic and therefore […]

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Diner Specials Display

Diner Specials Display

photo credit: wEnDaLicious This programming challenge is from a Visual Basic.Net programming course I took in Spring 2008. The Chapter (1) was titled “Introduction to Visual Basic .Net 2005″. I post these old academic challenges for a few reasons. One is to demonstrate my programming learning, experience, and progression. Another reason is to make sure […]

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Button-Driven Quotes

Button-Driven Quotes

photo credit: bogenfreund This programming challenge is from a Visual Basic.Net programming course I took in Spring 2008. The Chapter (1) was titled “Introduction to Visual Basic .Net 2005″. I post these old academic challenges for a few reasons. One is to demonstrate my programming learning, experience, and progression. Another reason is to make sure […]

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