"Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL"
The first thing to try, is that if you are passing a string as a parameter, put it single quotes.
This drained me for an hour.
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Simple stuff. Then I had a page coded in XHTML and I used the ui:include tag:
Having a problem as this blog wants to parse the tags in the code. Replace '<' with < and '>' with >.
It works perfectly. However, JSF is supposed to uncomplicate your coding life. It just did the opposite for me.
There is a new trend in town, and its traffic faking. It happens two ways. The first traffic-faking scenario is when a website has Google Adsense on it, and Google pays per page impressions. The pay for click is pretty good, but Google has ways of detecting fraudulent clicks. However they pay a penny or two for a certain number of page views, and this is what traffic faking targets. It is relatively easy to spoof unique page views, but a heck of a lot harder to spoof the controls that Google puts in for fraudulent clicks. So this type of traffic-faking hits as many times per hour as programmed, and the pennies add up for page views.
What the Chinese Search Engine Baidu is searching for ??: "This blog just started getting hits from a Chinese search engine. The Chinese are regular visitors here, especially when I diss the Commie hackers and dog eaters, but lately I have been getting hits directly from the Baidu Search Engine in China. Guess what for ???" Read more
- Built-in security features
- Fast Page and Tab Loading
- Integrated Bing Search
- Bing and MSN homepages.
It is now a ghost of what it was, and it IS irrelevant. Facebook has moved in and trounced it. However, I will posit that Facebook is dead man walking and they don't know it.
What will come next? I don't know. But what history teaches us, that fad cycles are getting shorter and shorter, and a plethora of new offerings are coming to the market daily. One of them will reach the tipping point, go viral, and make a new billionaire, leaving the oldies (of less than ten years) in the dust.
Google has a new feature in their image search where you can drag and drop an image and it will find like images. I decided to test it with an "average" image of an underwater shot of a brightly colored little fish as pictured above.
Google thinks that the images are similar. Obviously it didn't recognize the fish or the coral reef or the fact that it was an underwater picture. Some of the results returned were of a flower, art, desserts and multi-colored mosaic things.
I then renamed it to something silly so that the name of the pic wouldn't give any clues. Google knew that it was Albert Einstein right away. They probably developed the algorithm using famous people and Einstein is one of them.
- H represents a specific hypothesis, which may or may not be some null hypothesis.
- E represents the evidence that has been observed.
- P(H) is called the prior probability of H that was inferred before new evidence became available.
- P(E | H) is called the conditional probability of seeing the evidence E if the hypothesis H happens to be true. It is also called a likelihood function when it is considered as a function of H for fixed E.
- P(E) is called the marginal probability of E: the a priori probability of witnessing the new evidence E under all possible hypotheses.
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Using Java/Python, please design and implement the classes for a card game (pick any game, Poker for example), which uses an ordered deck of cards, containing 52 cards divided in 13 ranks (A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K) with four suits: spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs. The cards can be, at a minimum, shuffled, cut, and dealt (feel free to implement additional ones that are required by the game).
* You do not have to model the gameplay, but include code required for the different stages of the game (e.g., evaluating player hands)
* You do not have to model any player bidding
* List any assumptions you make
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