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Figure 2.7: Output of the First JavaScript Program in DosLynx. As you can see, DosLynx does not display the text My First JavaScript Program!. Instead it displays the statement that we had enclosed between the <SCRIPT> tag. To hide JavaScript statements from incompatible JavaScript browsers, HTML provides a solution. JavaScript does not provide a similar solution. HTML comment tags can be used for this purpose. HTML comments are used for inserting notes and providing description about the tags used. These cannot be viewed in the browser. The following code displays how to use the HTML comment tag to hide the code from JavaScript challenged browsers:
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In accordance with the formulas in, the power level received at the input of the satellite receiver is given by: cu = pe get gsr/lu (w) where: pe: the output power of the earth station high power amplifier (HPA) get: the earth station antenna transmit gain in the direction of the satellite, whence: pe . get: the equivalent isotropically radiated power of earth station (A) in the direction of the satellite, i.e.: (e.i.r.p.)e lu: the free-space attenuation in the uplink ( and Figure 2.4) gsr: the satellite receiving antenna gain in the direction of the transmitting earth station A, including losses in the feeder between the antenna output and the receiver (26)
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In the INTELSAT satellite system, the total channel noise power of 10 000 pW0p is budgeted so as to allow 8 000 pW0p for link noise (including an allowance of 500 pW0p for unwanted emissions caused by multicarrier intermodulation from other earth stations in the system), 1 000 pW0p for earth station equipment noise and 1 000 pW0p for terrestrial interference noise. These allocations are typical of most existing systems. However, as demands on the satellite service increase with a consequent pressure to reduce satellite spacings, the current trend is to allocate larger allowances for interference which can be compensated for by the use of higher satellite powers and other new technologies. generator pdf417
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Let us discuss a few examples of how event handlers process the functions associated with an event. In order to handle link events, HTML documents contain hypertext links that are used to open files or to navigate to other documents on the Web. A hypertext link in an HTML document is underlined and often displayed in a vibrant color. Blue is the default color for unvisited links while red is the default color of previously visited links. A hypertext link can display the name and location of a file or an HTML document or some sort of descriptive text. Other types of elements, such as images, can also be hypertext links to HTML documents, images, or files. The text or image used to represent a link in an HTML document is called an anchor. The primary event used with links is the click event. Clicking a link automatically executes the click event and the link s associated URL opens. When a user clicks a link, the execution of the click event is handled automatically by the Web browser you do not need to add the onClick event handler to the <A> tag. However, there might be situations when you want to override an automatic click event with your own code. For instance, you may want to warn the user about the content of the HTML document that a particular link will open. When you want to override the automatic click event with your own code, you add to the <A> tag an onClick event handler that executes custom code. When you override an internal event handler with your own code, you must return a value of true or false by using the return statement. A value of true indicates that you want the Web browser to open the URL referenced by the link. A value of false indicates that you do not want the Web browser to open the link. The following example illustrates the onClick event handler with the custom function attached to it:
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deal with an estate that was surely messy, arrange the mortuary and the cemetery fees, and was probably spending that entire evening on the phone with various relatives. Rachel was once again annoyed at her father; he was doing it again. He was interrupting her mother s life, and her own, with obligation and distress. She wanted to go to the library that night. She wanted to finish her notes for an essay on Borges. She wanted to pretend he was still alive so she could ignore him. Avram knocked on Rachel s door and asked if she would be ready by 9:30. Your mother is going to be here soon, Red. She opened the door, still in her robe. I can t do this, Avie. I just can t do this. Avram s heart thumped once, so loudly that he thought she could hear it. At that moment, he was the only person in her world who could help her through the very difficult morning that lay ahead. They rarely touched, but he put his hands on her shoulders, and he told her to focus. Your black dress, he said, the one with the lacy straps. Put that on, and you can wear my black jacket over it. Then brush your hair, and I ll meet you in the kitchen in ten. Just do it, Red. Don t think; let me do the thinking for you this morning, OK She nodded and closed the door, wishing she had had the chance for one more conversation with the man who was her father. Meanwhile, Avram went back to his room where he removed the new suit from the hanging bag and laid it out across his unmade bed. His father once told him there were three times in a man s life when he should buy a new suit: his Bar Mitzvah, his Wedding, and the first important funeral he was compelled to attend. He glanced at his watch; then he hurriedly slid the dark tie into his collar, knotted it, put on the suit (which fit him perfectly, just like the salesperson had promised), and arrived in the kitchen moments before Rachel. Here, he said, handing her his black jacket. Oh my God, Avie, she said, suddenly noticing him, as if for the first time. You got a suit. God, Avie, you bought a suit for this. He nodded, helped her into his jacket, and then watched as she flipped her red hair from underneath the collar as he d seen her do so many times before with sweaters and sweatshirts. She looked absolutely
This formula calculates the percent change between the values in columns B and C. Data is not available for months beyond May, so the formula returns a #DIV/0! error. To avoid the error display, you can use an IF function to check for a blank cell in column C:
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not load any XML documents into memory; therefore it is considered to be very fast and lightweight. SAX supports validation but does not enforce the use of it. By having validation, a document is checked for conformance against a schema document (DTD or XML Schema). It uses a sequential readonly approach and does not support random access to the XML elements. There are several ways to process XML data using SAX APIs. One way of doing it is to use a JAXP (javax.xml.parsers.*) API, which abstracts many low-level SAX specific calls or uses the SAX (org.xml.sax.*) API directly. Using the SAX API directly is more difficult because it requires more steps to perform equivalent functionality that is encapsulated in the JAXP API. In this section, we will focus around the JAXP specifics and will not cover vendor-specific SAX APIs in great detail because this topic spans a very large area. SAX as a processing model is very simple (see Figure 8.3). The basics consist of the following three steps:
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