Would it create toxic gas or cause an explosion if I mixed magnesium sulfate with boric acid?1 AnswerChemistry9 years ago
Given a majority government was elected in Canada on May 2, 2011, when is the most likely date for the next election?5 AnswersElections10 years ago
A fir tree holds water in its wood and bark and needles. But how much? Per pound, how much of a tree is water?3 AnswersAgriculture1 decade ago
I would like to pay money to have trees planted. Who can I pay to do this for me?9 AnswersOther - Environment1 decade ago
I am working on a newsletter mailing list manager, and every 10 seconds I will be sending 50 emails.
I use a third-party email service that provides SMTP support (authorization is required) however I can also use sendmail.
One person told me that it would be best for me to use sendmail for all outgoing messages because it would save system resources.
Another person told me that it would be best for me to use my SMTP provider for this because it would SAVE resources and less messages would be marked as SPAM.
Please give me your opinion. Which is a better way, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each?1 AnswerProgramming & Design1 decade ago
Hello, I use Mapquest's open API for driving directions between two preset locations.
The problem is that the destination is displayed as:
But I want thet destination to be displayed as:
How can I customise this?
The code and documentation can be found here:
HTMLDOC is a document conversion and formatting utility that produces indexed PDF files.
It is available BOTH commercially and FREE under the GPL licence.
The problem is I need this on my Windows XP PC and becuase I do not have C++ I cannot compile it from the free GPL source.
Where can I download a binary version of HTMLDOC with a GPL free licence?1 AnswerSoftware1 decade ago
Because new domain extensions like .travel a .mobi are continually added, any extension should pass as long is it only has letters in it.
This function does NOT work because any final extension passes:
var urlPattern = /^(?:(?:[-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?\.)+(?:[a-z])/;
I would like to use MapQuest's API to provide driving directions on my site between two Canadian locations. The problem is that it ignores one location and sends people to Kansas instead of Canada.
You may view my code here:
Thanks!1 AnswerProgramming & Design1 decade ago
I am trying to get driving directions between two Canadian locations.
The problem is, no matter what I put for the Latitude / Longitude of the destination, it always maps to Kansas!
(You will have to upload the code to your server to test it)
What is wrong and how can I fix this?