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Create zip file from single file with ZipOutputStream | Examples Java Code Geeks – 2016

Source: Create zip file from single file with ZipOutputStream | Examples Java Code Geeks – 2016 package com.javacodegeeks.snippets.core; import java.io.File; import java.io.FileInputStream; import java.io.FileOutputStream; import java.io.IOException; import java.util.zip.ZipEntry; import java.util.zip.ZipOutputStream; public class CreateZipFileFromSingleFileWithZipOutputStream { public static void main(String[] args) { … Continue reading

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Talend – compare 2 files and keep entries that are not common to both

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Conversion string float (tMap)

Convertir texto en float y al mismo tiempo reemplazar coma (,) (row1.Nb_Litres.replace(‘,’,’.’)) code non testé Source: Conversion string float (tMap)

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Understanding Floating numbers with pizza

Imagine that you are trying to slice up pizzas. You have a robotic pizza cutter that can cut pizza slices exactly in half. It can halve a whole pizza, or it can halve an existing slice, but in any case, … Continue reading

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Using Dynamic Chart Titles (Microsoft Excel)

There is a very cool way, apparently not well known, of adding ‘active’ or ‘live’ titles and other text to charts. In this way you can make a change in a worksheet and have that change reflected in a title … Continue reading

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Create a Microsoft Access Macro to Import Information from a Text (.txt) File | Database Solutions for Microsoft Access | databasedev.co.uk

Creating the import macro in Microsoft Access The specification that we created in the previous section will be used in this section. Go to “Macros” then click “New” On the first line, click the drop-down box Go to “Transfer Text” … Continue reading

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Skip first three lines of CSV file (using DoCmd?) in MS Access – Stack Overflow

The DoCmd.TransferText method takes a SpecificationName as one of its arguments. Follow the instructions at How to Create an Import Specification to create and save an import specification. Now go into Access Options, Navigation Options, and show hidden/system objects. You … Continue reading

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