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  • Currently, Identifiers are constructed in one of three Naming Environments, URI, ORI, or XRI, which is indicated with one of three prefixes, "uri:", "ori:", or "xri:".

    Archive 2003-04-13

  • Samples inside the Hash - it's a really useful trick, and Ruby's autovivification can do a lot more than Perl's. require "uri" sites = Hash. new {| ht, k | ht [k] = Sample. new (3)}

    taw's blog

  • I've also removed the "uri" element to ant. taskdef because I'm not sure if we have an equivalent for that in Rake yet (note to self: figure out if we have an equivalent for that).


  • Requirements are quite standard Ruby libraries for HTTPS and XML parsing: require 'uri' require 'net/https' require 'rexml/document' nessus-cli. rb

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • * - SELECT * FROM comments WHERE post = */$result = $collection - > find (array ( "uri" = > ""));?

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  • It seems "uri" is at offset 0 and "localName" is at offset 1.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • For example, the "uri" field for the first attribute would be retrieved like so.

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  • After all, the web is a messy place and failing-safe on parsing messy data seems a better behavior … Examples: irb (main): 001: 0 > require 'uri'

    Planet Haskell

  • _digest [$key] = $val; $this - > _digest [ 'uri'] = $this - > _socket [ 'path']; $this - >

    AskApache Web Fire

  • ; 0-based field ( "uri" is the second field) field = 1

    AutoHotkey Community


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