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2652 - Reading and writing cookies in Java Servlets and JSPs
Do you want to check (and perhaps set) cookies within a Java Servlet? I was looking around for good, straightforward examples today but found that most of the published code is only snippets rather than complete examples, or is over-complex for what should be a simple demo. First - do you really w ....

2651 - Calculation within objects - early, last minute, or cached?
When you create an object with the constructor, you may also set property [attribute] values within it ... or you may follow on with a series of method calls to set the initial values. Then when you pull back values / attributes / properties from your object you return those values, or the results ....

2650 - Getting a phone line changed ...
Let me see if I can remember this. 1. I called a number, and went through a series of four menus, looking to speak to someone. In between the various elements of the call, I was told that I could read all about in on the web, and that my call might be recorded for quality purposes. I was then a ....

2649 - Length, size or capacity in Java?
You get the length of an array, but you ask about the size() of an ArrayList, and you can inquire into the capacity() of a StringBuffer. Aren't they really all the same sort of thing? Which does Java use in which circumstance? Java uses the word length when you're asking about something that can b ....

2648 - Java arrays - are they true arrays or not?
Java's arrays are "true" arrays, in that they occupy sequential memory locations in which they are looked up by position number, so that access can be very fast. But that does mean that once an array has been defined to be a certain size, it cannot be resized in situ. Fortunately, Java is a dynami ....

2647 - Removing duplicates from a MySQL table
Surely there's got to be an easy way to remove duplicate records from a MySQL table? With a well designed table that has a unique primary key, you can simply get rid of a few duplicates, but if there are a lot of 'em, it's time consuming. You could write some sort of complex delete based on a sele ....

2646 - Compile but do not run PHP - syntax check only
The -l option to PHP on the command line compiles but does not run the code in the file - so it's very useful for syntax checking your code. Here's an example where I tested a file with a deliberate mistake: -bash-3.2$ php -l wsse.php Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '{', expecting '(' in ws ....

2645 - Optimising and caching your MySQL enquiries
If you want to get a list of all the different values in a column, but don't care how many times each occurs, you can apply the DISTINCT keyword on your SELECT. See [here]. The DISTINCTROW is a synonym of DISTINCT, and the default is ALL which you may also state. MySQL Caches queries - so that if ....

2644 - Counting rows in joined MySQL tables
Yesterday, I showed you how to join two database tables and get out all matching records, and records which are "orphans" too - records in the left hand table that don't match anything in the right hand table, and vice versa. Yesterday's archive is [here] and our long standing tutorial on joins whi ....

2643 - Relating tables with joins in MySQL
Relational Databases are stores of data in which that data can be matched using common characteristics. For example, I have a table of data about programming languages (which includes a columns for the name of the language and the author) and another table of data about our courses which includes th ....

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