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The getline function is your friend.


This can be a problem as in your code the quote character is used as a delimiter and the use of the delimiter character in the character array is not changed and hence no number gets separated in the for loop.
You can try changing the delimiter to a random number and it will work. You can find a very in depth discussion in this stack overflow question – Strings in C++


Having trouble with Javascript Function in IE

I am having trouble trying to get my javascript function to work in Internet Explorer. Below is the function I am trying to work:
function getId(id) {
return document.getElementById(id).value;

var type = getId(‘type’);
document.getElementById(‘message’).innerHTML = type;

This is the HTML I am trying to work with:

I can run it in firefox just fine but if the page is in IE I get this error:
SCRIPT5007: Unable to get property ‘value’ of undefined or null reference

I know this has to do with javascript and IE, but I have been trying to get it to work all day and with no luck. I just started learning javascript so any help would be appreciated.


My guess is that the document.getElementById(‘message’) does not exist when the document.getElementById(‘type’) returns undefined.

Understanding The Importance Of a Well-Lit Parking Lot

We’ve all had the experience of trying to look for our car in a parking garage that seems to be pitch black. People seem to just assume that once they enter the garage, the lights are on and their car should be easy to spot. While this may be true on average, the reality is that there is a lot of variability between different parking garages.

Consider that some parking garages are very brightly lit, while others are not. Even garages that are poorly lit can be very dangerous at night, as studies show that accidents are more likely to occur

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Saved 302 times in 1 repository

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How can I retrieve the number of times a word has been saved in revision control?

I’m curious about how one goes about finding out how many times a word has been saved in the revision control. Is it possible?


Do you want to know how many time the word has been saved in your own repository or in a repo shared with you or by somebody else?
For the first case you can just count how many commits you have in your repository and add them all up.
For the 2nd and 3rd cases you could use tools like or for creating custom reports.


git log -n 1 –pretty=%H –path=HEAD will show you the first parent of that commit.

git log -n 1 –pretty=%H –path=HEAD^

will show the first parent’s first parent. This may be a branch or tag.
git log -n 1 –pretty=%H –path=HEAD^~1

will show the first parent’s second parent. This may be a branch or tag.

git log -n 1 –pretty=%H –path=HEAD~3

will show the first parent’s 3rd parent. This may be a branch or tag.

The Compound File, Part 2

This article continues from the previous one:

Let’s talk about compound files.

In the previous part we discussed the fact that plain text editors like EditPad can apply formatting to a text at once, which we characterized as applying a filter.

In this part, we shall demonstrate how to achieve the same result with a compound text editor.

Open the file we worked with above in Compound file and note that this is also a text file.

Save the file with a name compoundfile.txt

Now open it and look at the editing pane (first pane below).

Drag and drop your cursor over the text in one of the columns (at the right) and notice that the cursor turns to a hand icon.

Press the left mouse button and you can


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