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Q(Question):

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps


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A(Answer):

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

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A(Answer):

__/ [Edwin van der Vaart] on Saturday 03 September 2005 11:26 \__

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

What was it implemented /for/?

<snip>

display_table – Displays a searchable, sortable table.

</snip>

Roy


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A(Answer):

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".

To answer both though: it doesn’t slice, and it doesn’t dice. It does
however, once pointed at a table of data stored in an SQL database,
generate a nice HTML table of data, plus a form that allows you to search
and sort that data.

I have now put up a demonstration of "inc_dt" in action:
http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…_of_inc_dt.php
http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…of_inc_dt.phps

(In case you’re interested, the data table it is searching is the data
used to build the <link> elements, navigation bar and site map on my site.)


Toby A Inkster BSc (Hons) ARCS
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A(Answer):

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

What was it implemented /for/?

I often have the need to present large (1000+ rows) tables of data.


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A(Answer):

__/ [Toby Inkster] on Saturday 03 September 2005 17:13 \__

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

What was it implemented /for/?

I often have the need to present large (1000+ rows) tables of data.

Is it by any chance related to your latest project (http://message-id.net
for those who have just joined us)?

Roy


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A(Answer):

Toby Inkster wrote:

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps
What does’t do.?

Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".

The question was "what does it do".
I thought I can shorten the sentence "What does it do?" into "What
does’t do?". The same as "It’s do…".
To answer both though: it doesn’t slice, and it doesn’t dice. It does
however, once pointed at a table of data stored in an SQL database,
generate a nice HTML table of data, plus a form that allows you to search
and sort that data.

I have now put up a demonstration of "inc_dt" in action:
http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…_of_inc_dt.php
http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…of_inc_dt.phps
Thanks for the info.
(In case you’re interested, the data table it is searching is the data
used to build the <link> elements, navigation bar and site map on my site.)

Thanks but no thank you.

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

Is it by any chance related to your latest project (http://message-id.net
for those who have just joined us)?

Nope — I always have several things on the go at once. ๐Ÿ™‚


Toby A Inkster BSc (Hons) ARCS
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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Toby Inkster quothed:

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".

Edwin’s Dutch so he talks like he has a cigar in his mouth.


Neredbojias
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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Toby Inkster quothed:

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

Is it by any chance related to your latest project (http://message-id.net
for those who have just joined us)?

Nope — I always have several things on the go at once. ๐Ÿ™‚

‘Know what ya mean. Nothing beats a threesome at the local "Go-Go A-
Go" exotic dance club.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Toby Inkster quothed:

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Toby Inkster wrote:

http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".

Edwin’s Dutch so he talks like he has a cigar in his mouth.

You want one too

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A(Answer):

__/ [Toby Inkster] on Saturday 03 September 2005 22:30 \__

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

Is it by any chance related to your latest project (http://message-id.net
for those who have just joined us)?

Nope — I always have several things on the go at once. ๐Ÿ™‚

It is a valuable approach to work that can easily be endured. Whenever one
piece of work becomes a bore or reaches a jam, you can divert your
attention elsewhere while still making valuable progress.

Having said that, the ideal situation involves the investment of /all/
resources to complete one task at the time (caching comes to mind, equiv.
to short-term memory). While computers can do it, the human psychology
cannot. So, multi-tasking is probably the best path to productive living
that’s also enjoyable.

Best of luck!

Roy


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A(Answer):

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

I thought I can shorten the sentence "What does it do?" into "What
does’t do?".

Nope. You cannot just contract any word that takes your fancy. Almost all
English contractions take the form of:

1. a negation (something with "n’t" added to the end); or

2. a combination of a pronoun (I/you/he/she/it/we/they/etc)
with an auxilary verb (have/shall/will/am/would/should/etc).

Almost any other contraction in written English is incorrect.

Notable exceptions:

’til until
’cause because

And, rather poetic, but rarely used:

’tis it is
’twas it was
‘neath beneath
e’en even
e’er/ne’er ever/never

In spoken English, there are a few more.


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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Toby Inkster quothed:

Edwin van der Vaart wrote:
Toby Inkster wrote:

>http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps

What does’t do.?

Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".

Edwin’s Dutch so he talks like he has a cigar in his mouth.

You want one too

Nah, cigarettes are my forte. I prefer subtle suicide to the more
robust flavor.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

I noticed that Message-ID: <nt************@ophelia.g5n.co.uk> from Toby
Inkster contained the following:

I thought I can shorten the sentence "What does it do?" into "What
does’t do?".

Nope. You cannot just contract any word that takes your fancy.

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.
(second person singular present tense of do)

Geoff Berrow (put thecat out to email)
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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Geoff Berrow quothed:

I noticed that Message-ID: <nt************@ophelia.g5n.co.uk> from Toby
Inkster contained the following:

I thought I can shorten the sentence "What does it do?" into "What
does’t do?".

Nope. You cannot just contract any word that takes your fancy.

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.
(second person singular present tense of do)

Methinks thou doest speaketh as a maid neatly past her shade of the
moon.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

I noticed that Message-ID: <fa********************************@4ax.com>
from Geoff Berrow contained the following:

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.

Damn. That’s ‘its’ of course.


Geoff Berrow (put thecat out to email)
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My opinions, not the committee’s, mine.
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A(Answer):

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <fa********************************@4ax.com>
from Geoff Berrow contained the following:

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.

Damn. That’s ‘its’ of course.

Its… Hmmm… Let me think…
Ah! Its is a large multi media compagne here in the Netherlands.

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.

Damn. That’s ‘its’ of course.

Its… Hmmm… Let me think…
Ah! Its is a large multi media compagne here in the Netherlands.

Sorry, no. ‘Its’ doesn’t have an apostrophe when used as a pronoun,
only when used as a contraction of ‘it is’.

It’s a large company.
The company and its customers.


Geoff Berrow (put thecat out to email)
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A(Answer):

On Sun, 4 Sep 2005, Geoff Berrow wrote:

Sorry, no. ‘Its’ doesn’t have an apostrophe when used as a pronoun,

news:alt.possessive.its.has.no.apostrophe (if you like that sort of group)

It’s logical: my, (thy), his, her, its, our, your, their. No apostrophes
in any of them.

The exception seems to be: one’s

A(Answer):

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.

Damn. That’s ‘its’ of course.Its… Hmmm… Let me think…
Ah! Its is a large multi media compagne here in the Netherlands.

Sorry, no.

Correct, but not for the reason you just described. Edwin is referring
to a large company, which is called "It’s". Yes Edwin, with an
apostrophe ๐Ÿ˜‰
Proof: http://www.its-x-tra.nl/images/it’s_Logo.jpg
‘Its’ doesn’t have an apostrophe when used as a pronoun,
only when used as a contraction of ‘it is’.

It’s a large company.
The company and its customers.

But It’s is a large company too, not sure about the size of its
customers though ๐Ÿ˜‰

Els http://locusmeus.com/
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A(Answer):

Els wrote:

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

>Besides, ‘doest’ is already a word, though it’s use is archaic.

Damn. That’s ‘its’ of course.

Its… Hmmm… Let me think…
Ah! Its is a large multi media compagne here in the Netherlands.

Sorry, no.

Correct, but not for the reason you just described. Edwin is referring
to a large company, which is called "It’s". Yes Edwin, with an
apostrophe ๐Ÿ˜‰
Proof: http://www.its-x-tra.nl/images/it’s_Logo.jpg

Damn!! Stupid flu.

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Correct, but not for the reason you just described. Edwin is referring
to a large company, which is called "It’s". Yes Edwin, with an
apostrophe ๐Ÿ˜‰
Proof: http://www.its-x-tra.nl/images/it’s_Logo.jpg

Ah, I see…Damn!! Stupid flu.

‘flu’


Geoff Berrow (put thecat out to email)
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My opinions, not the committee’s, mine.
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A(Answer):

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Correct, but not for the reason you just described. Edwin is referring
to a large company, which is called "It’s". Yes Edwin, with an
apostrophe ๐Ÿ˜‰
Proof: http://www.its-x-tra.nl/images/it’s_Logo.jpg

Ah, I see…

Damn!! Stupid flu.

‘flu’

Yes, the flu.

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

On Mon, 5 Sep 2005, Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Damn!! Stupid flu.

‘flu’

Yes, the flu.

You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

Dangerous stuff, that "fresh air".

A(Answer):

Alan J. Flavell wrote:

On Mon, 5 Sep 2005, Edwin van der Vaart wrote:

Geoff Berrow wrote:

I noticed that Message-ID: <[email protected]> from Edwin van
der Vaart contained the following:

Damn!! Stupid flu.

‘flu’
Yes, the flu.

You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

No. I went from a warm area to a cold then a warm area agian.
Dangerous stuff, that "fresh air".

Dangerous stuff, those airco’s.

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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

No. I went from a warm area to a cold then a warm area agian.

So stay out of the refrigerator.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

No. I went from a warm area to a cold then a warm area agian.

So stay out of the refrigerator.

Hmmm. A cool cell it’s.

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

No. I went from a warm area to a cold then a warm area agian.

So stay out of the refrigerator.

Hmmm. A cool cell it’s.

It’s what it’s, but a "cooler" is a cell of a different kind.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

Toby Inkster wrote:[color=blue] > Edwin van der Vaart wrote:[color=green] >>Toby Inkster wrote:
>>[color=darkred] >>>http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/inc_dt.phps[/color] >>
>>What does’t do.?[/color] >
> Not sure if you’re asking "what does it do?" or "what doesn’t it do?".[/color] The question was "what does it do".
I thought I can shorten the sentence "What does it do?" into "What
does’t do?". The same as "It’s do…".
[color=blue] > To answer both though: it doesn’t slice, and it doesn’t dice. It does
> however, once pointed at a table of data stored in an SQL database,
> generate a nice HTML table of data, plus a form that allows you to search
> and sort that data.
>
> I have now put up a demonstration of "inc_dt" in action:
> http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…_of_inc_dt.php
> http://examples.tobyinkster.co.uk/de…of_inc_dt.phps[/color] Thanks for the info.
[color=blue] > (In case you’re interested, the data table it is searching is the data
> used to build the <link> elements, navigation bar and site map on my site.)[/color] Thanks but no thank you.

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:rolleyes: It was some where around here that the trip to the fridge for a cold beer and cold pizza slice created a "Perhaps Useful function" of the english language and not the Cigar hanging from our denmarkian friend’s mouth. Doest it really matter, yeh (read yes) of course, he’s got the culture down pat. Theres the rub!

A(Answer):

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:
>You opened the window, and "in flew Enza" ?

No. I went from a warm area to a cold then a warm area agian.

So stay out of the refrigerator.

Hmmm. A cool cell it’s.

It’s what it’s, but a "cooler" is a cell of a different kind.

What kind is it?
2.70m x 10m x 15m?

Edwin van der Vaart
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A(Answer):

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

Hmmm. A cool cell it’s.

It’s what it’s, but a "cooler" is a cell of a different kind.

What kind is it?
2.70m x 10m x 15m?

No. (What kinda cell is 10m x 15m?) I meant a *prison* cell or jail.


Neredbojias
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.

A(Answer):

Neredbojias wrote:

With neither quill nor qualm, Edwin van der Vaart quothed:

Hmmm. A cool cell it’s.

It’s what it’s, but a "cooler" is a cell of a different kind.

What kind is it?
2.70m x 10m x 15m?

No. (What kinda cell is 10m x 15m?) I meant a *prison* cell or jail.

A 10 meters width and 15 meters deep cool cell.

Edwin van der Vaart
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