You can look at it this way:
When the first bit is 0, the remaining 7 bits give you 128 separate numbers (0, plus 127 positive numbers)
When the first bit is 1, the remaining 7 bits give you another 128 separate numbers (128 negative numbers)
Altogether, that gives you 128+128 = 256...
Are your webpages also going to be ASP.NET pages? I believe that with ASP.NET pages, rather than using a webservice it's more typical to use functionality that abstracts the AJAX functionality out into something that's simpler to work with.
The stock toolkit that Microsoft provides for free...
I know you marked this as "Solved," but you didn't provide any details on that so I'll answer anyway.
.NET's random number class, if not provided with a seed value, will seed itself with a value based on the current time. Since you are creating two Random() objects at the same time, they...
Most browsers use the built-in XML parser, but in IE, you have to use an ActiveX object. Luckily, once the parser is created, most of the access methods and properties are the same on IE and other browsers, but there are some differences, so make sure to research thoroughly and test on multiple...
But there are good reasons to avoid trying to work with XML on the client-side of a web application. What are you trying to do with this XML?
You need a CASE statement:
I think it would be something like
CASE WHEN Total_Amt >0.01 THEN (Total_Amt - PartsCost) * SplitRate + PartsCost
ELSE PartsCost END AS `Rep+Parts`
Why do you care how many files the Windows folder has? There's no need to open that folder or do anything with it.
I don't know what you mean about Windows 9x being more user-friendly than Windows 7. Care to elaborate?
Did you have a look at this tutorial? It's the first match that comes up when searching for JSeparator tutorial, and seems to explain them pretty well.
andy's code will cause check1 to have the same value as check2 when the button is clicked, but that doesn't seem like what you're asking for.
Could you describe what it is you want to accomplish in a more general way (i.e. why you want to replace one checkbox with another)? It seems like a...
If you want to store a bunch of data in a file, sometimes you will want to store boolean values. For example, if you were storing Forum user registration data in a file, you might want to store properties like NotifyRepliesByEmail or IsAdmin as boolean values.
I have no idea specifically why...