I just hate calendar days, months… when I have to write code for calendar days 7 days 52 weeks 30 or 31 days etc. It’s not easiest way for programmer. Neverthless here is nice Calendar FAQ
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Nice article at gazingus.org
TransMenus is a modular script that creates actions for two CSS classes: “popUpMenu” and “collapsibleMenu”. When the “popUpMenu” class is assigned to a nested ul element, that element is displayed as a pop-up menu activated by the mouseover event of its parent li element. Similarly, When the “collapsibleMenu” is assigned to a nested ul element, that element is displayed as a collapsible menu expanded (i.e. made visible) on the click event of its parent li element.
The following lists 101 things that one can do with the Mozilla browser component that one cannot do with IE. The list only includes things that don’t require manually changing the registry or some other obscure thing. I used the Windows version of IE 6.0; the list will vary slightly for the Mac version.
While working on a project involved heavily with XML, XML Schemas and Web Services, the need for a class library to handle schema validation of XML files became very apparent. I have created such a class that will validate an XML file against any number of given schema documents.
At 15 Seconds dot Com
XSLT Standard Library
The XSLT Standard Library, xsltsl, provides the XSLT developer with a set of XSLT templates for commonly used functions. These are implemented purely in XSLT, that is they do not use any extensions.
xsltsl is a SourceForge project.
Until now it was believed that although XSLT is based on functional programming ideas, it is not as yet a full functional programming language, as it lacks the ability to treat functions as a first-class data type. Based on numerous concrete XSLT implementations of some of the major functional programming design patterns, including some of the most generic list-processing and tree-processing functions, this article provides ample proof that XSLT is in fact a full-pledged functional programming language. The presented code forms the base of a first XSLT functional programming library. It is emphasized that a decision to include higher-order functions support in XPath 2.0 will make functional programming in XSLT even more straightforward, natural and convenient.