Can you generate DLL files from PHP scripts like you do in PERL?
Asked in HTML
How can the browser recognize the line of code in an HTML document as belonging to a script?
There are a number of ways that help the browser recognise scripts. Scripts can be inside script tags. They can be in events associated with controls, like having an onClick event in a button. Scripts can be in external files that are linked into a html page. Whatever way it is done, if the web designer does it correctly, the browser will recognise and run the scripts.
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game), Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Visual Basic Programming
How do you generate true random numbers?
Asked in Home Theater, Theater, Agatha Christie
What are the examples of scripts for chamber theatre presentation?
Script languages in windows are what type of script?
Asked in Mac OS, Apple Incorporated
How do you make apple documents compatible with hp computers?
Asked in Mobile Phones, Web Downloads, File Formats
Can you download files to your phone that customize it like .zip files?
Asked in MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems
How do you convert RAR files to MP3?
.rar files are not multimedia files, so you can't play them. A RAR file is an archive, just like .zip or .tar that can contain one or more compressed files. You can extract those files from the .rar archive and play them (if they are audio files). You can use a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip unpack them.
What is a fake virus?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Do you guys have files on children that have been abuse?
Why path and class-path in java?
1))What is the difference between "path" and "classpath"? Ans:: We keep all "executable files"(like .exe files) and "batch files"(like .bat) in path variable. And we keep all jar files and class files in classpath variables. So path is set according to the .exe files & .bat files And classpath is set according to the .jar files & .class files. Operating system tries to find .exe and .bat files in path and JVM tries to find all classes in classpath.