Archive for July, 2011

Regular Expressions

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Advanced search and replace using regular expressions

Basic find and replace operations are a form of regular expressions. Regular expressions are also referred to as regex or regexp. Advanced operations of regular expressions allow more control of matching patterns.

Matching patterns can be set to matching the entire document, the first instance, or part of a word.


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Apple iTunes podcast submission issues

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Issues when submitting podcasts to iTunes

Apple changed the way people submit podcasts to iTunes. The information found on the Apple website is out-of-date iTunes podcast submission information.

How to submit a podcast to iTunes Store

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iTunes Store podcast submission process

The steps that Apple listed for submitting podcasts to the iTunes Store work only if you have a valid iTunes account. For some strange reason, you need to install the iTunes application and have a credit card. The Apple ID and password are not sufficient.


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Control structures of Java and PHP Part 5 Video 0024

Friday, July 15th, 2011

A Video for the Control Structures of Java and PHP Part 5.

Part One of One


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Array Types of Java and PHP Part 7

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Arrays of Java and PHP

This is the seventh part of the Introduction to Java and PHP series. Grouping data in Java and PHP will be discussed. Whenever possible, code examples will be made in a similar manner for both Java and PHP.

Arrays in Java and PHP are very similar. Arrays in Java are handled exactly the same in PHP.


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