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Archive for September 27th, 2012

Delphi: path names both in .dpr and .dproj, why? (refactoring – How to reorganize the folder structure of my units in Delphi? – Stack Overflow)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/09/27

Cool: learned something new here:

About the path names of files being in the .dproj as well as in the .dpr:

@Jeroen – Looks like msbuild might need those entries, otherwise they’re possibly redundant, AFAICT… In any case, there is not much editing involved, just delete ‘dccreference’ entries and then a ‘save all’ in the IDE regenerates them. – Sertac Akyuz

–jeroen

via: refactoring – How to reorganize the folder structure of my units in Delphi? – Stack Overflow.

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Facebook test

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/09/27

Somehow my Sharing Pulibicize at facebook.com broken since august 1st. Posts at Wiert.me were not published to my Facebook timeline.

This post is to see if the steps at Publicize to Facebook not working fixed my problem.

–jeroen

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Other number verifications (via: Things I tripped over when implementing the “Elf proef”: digit check for Dutch bank account numbers and social security numbers (bankrekeningnummer, BSN/Sofinummer) « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of Wiert stuff)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/09/27

Bar Code Types | Technical | BarCodes & Identification | Products & Solutions | GS1 – The global language of business.

Check Digit Calculator | Support | BarCodes & Identification | Products & Solutions | GS1 – The global language of business.

EAN (GLN,GTIN, EAN numbers administered by GS1)

via Check digit – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Universal Product Code – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

International Article Number (EAN) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Global Trade Item Number – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

/**

* This is a data provider for the above Unit-test.

*/

public function provider()

{

return array(

array(”, null), // Empty

array(‘0’, null), // Empty

array(‘ ‘, null), // Empty

array(‘NOT-NUMERIC’, null),

array(‘77676656’, null), // Invalid EAN8 – we do not validated EAN8 at this time.

array(‘123456789999’, ‘0123456789999’), // Upc valid, translated to EAN

array(‘5031366016409’, ‘5031366016409’),

array(‘99802618537’, ‘0099802618537’),

array(‘99802469443’, ‘0099802469443’),

array(‘58231298109’, ‘0058231298109’), // Too short but valid ean, needs zeros padding.

);

}

}

via Ean13.php – yinyang – YinYang Zend Framework Supplement Library – Google Project Hosting.

–jeroen

via: Things I tripped over when implementing the “Elf proef”: digit check for Dutch bank account numbers and social security numbers (bankrekeningnummer, BSN/Sofinummer) « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of Wiert stuff.

Posted in .NET, C#, C# 3.0, C# 4.0, C# 5.0, Development, Software Development | 1 Comment »

 
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