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Using COUNTIF In Excel

Why would you use the COUNTIF function? This is a question that you may wonder at times. First of all, you could use it to figure out how many cells in a range match the specified criteria. You could also use it to determine whether or not a value in Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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POW – Quick Escape

This is the first of a new series of posts called the “Problem of the Week” (POW). As is evidenced by the title, these problems will be posted weekly. Every Sunday, I will post the answer to the previous week’s POW. Problem You are a member on a team of Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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View Saved Password

In different browsers, there are different ways to view saved passwords. If you don’t know how to do it in your password, and you are fortunate enough to find this page šŸ˜‰ , you could you simply do the following: Go to the page where your password is saved. Copy Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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Solid Type Checking Functions

Now Available in YourJS John Resig definitely has some awesome code inside of jQuery. One of the things that I think is cool is how jQuery does type checking. After looking through the code, I developed my own flavor of functions using the same principle. Here is the code that Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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Function Overloading in JavaScript

Method overloading is one of the nice things that exists in real programming languages such as Java. Even though JavaScript starts with “Java”, there are very few similarities between the two languages. Still, due to the power of the scripting language, there is a way to overload functions. The most Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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Excel – Batch Convert XLS To CSV

Update!!! A newer HTML application (HTA) has just been created which accomplishes the same thing but in a more customizable manner. Click here to read the post. Original Post A few days ago, someone asked me to help them convert a large number of XLS files to CSV. Since, while Read more…

By Chris West, ago