HTML ‘td’ width and height

The ‘height’ and ‘width’ are not supported in HTML5. How can I set a td’s width and height while conforming to the HTML5 standard? <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=UTF-8″ /> <title>219 班網</title> </head> <body bgcolor=”silver”> <div align=”center”> <table> <tr> <td width=”1000″ height=”250″> <object width=”100%” height=”100%” data=”frameTop.html”></object> </td> </tr> </table> <table> <tr> <td … Read more

How to create a deep copy of an object in Ruby?

I did some searching found some different methods and posts about creating a deep copy operator. Is there a quick and easy (built-in) way to deep copy objects in Ruby? The fields are not arrays or hashes. Working in Ruby 1.9.2. Answer Deep copy isn’t built into vanilla Ruby, but you can hack it by … Read more

Get method’s arguments?

I can check all available methods for an object like so: $methods = get_class_methods($object); But how can I see which arguments have to be sent to these methods? Is there a function for this? Answer You can use reflection… $r = new ReflectionMethod($className, $methodName); $params = $r->getParameters(); foreach ($params as $param) { //$param is an … Read more

Defining an object without calling its constructor in C++

In C++, I want to define an object as a member of a class like this: Object myObject; However doing this will try to call it’s parameterless constructor, which doesn’t exist. However I need the constructor to be called after the containing class has done some initialising. Something like this. class Program { public: Object … Read more