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co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 23, 2007 08:17PM
hi there,

to help everyone through this subject,i thought we should help each other by contributing to a document with your notes and tips.

I've created an email account cos3114@gmail.com and will be emailing my notes to that address. if you want to contribute, then just download the document, make your changes and email the document back to that address - cos3114@gmail.com

password for the mail acount is "goodluck" (wihout the quotes).

please save the format of the document in a format that we all can use. I suggest Microsoft Word 95 *.doc

please dont change the password , else no one can access the mail account.

Please check the account daily to get the latest updates

cheers
jk
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 23, 2007 09:03PM
updated. more to follow
Anonymous User
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 23, 2007 10:35PM
This is a great idea, but may i suggest using google docs for this? There is an option to go to google docs when you are logged into gmail. Top left.
Anonymous User
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 23, 2007 10:38PM
There. I did it for you. Under Jaques Koorts. Maybe you want to control access to this collaboration by inviting interested ppl through Google? As it stands now, anyone can log in as you and make a mistake.
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 01:53PM
ah nice one rick. i dont know anyone's email address so can't invite anyone. well at least i now know google docs winking smiley

i've updated the doc. chapter 9 done.
Anonymous User
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 02:02PM
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Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 04:00PM
cool. i've updated to Chap 12 now. more to follow
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 04:04PM
hi im not using the doc thing, as the formatting is not to my liking. so i'm keeping by emaling the document. its also faster that way for me.

cheers
jk
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 04:29PM
chap 13 updated
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 24, 2007 06:52PM
another update. will continue until we write
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 25, 2007 08:59AM
Thanks alot Guys for this....seems like a great idea!
Anonymous User
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 26, 2007 11:50AM
We can make a difference. I will be with you on gmail soon.
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 26, 2007 08:03PM
will have an update tomorrow morning.
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 27, 2007 07:47AM
updated
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
September 30, 2007 04:17PM
updated
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
October 10, 2007 02:32PM
updated

this is my summary for Chap 14:

Chapter 14
XML (dont think there will be much asked here)
SAX is event parsed based (event driven) – pushed (parse line for line, and throws events on tags). Use the Observer Pattern here?)
DOM is pull parser (whole xml doc loaded in mem). Use the Visitor pattern when working with DOM.
Most of time when using XML you use an external parser like SAX. If you want to change the XML tree, use DOM, if we want fast parsing use SAX.
Re: co3114 exam: Get and put your notes here
October 10, 2007 04:03PM
Thanks man
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