When you work on the bleeding-edge, sometimes you’re going to get cut. The tech isn’t stable, things are buggy and may not conform to [a/the] standard—but the onPaste event isn’t a bleeding-edge technology. In fact, it’s been around since IE5. So why is it such a mess?
What could be more boring than capturing credit card data on a form? Well, it's actually not that boring -- since you may want to encrypt this particular data, which presents its own set of challenges.
Runnable : I am the Yoda of multithreading. For generations, I was the only way (other than lang.Thread) that people could do parallel activities in Java. Remember the cool method that I have - run. Too bad, it returns a void though.
This article will discuss the use of non-first-normal-form designs, in particular the storage of arrays of tuples in columns to simulate a nested table. The possible uses and problems of such a design will be discussed in detail.