SQL Server: Error Handling

Error handling in SQL Server is similar to C#’s exception handling.  Syntax is below: BEGIN TRY -- this is where you put your statements END TRY BEGIN CATCH -- this is where you handle the error END CATCH     And of course you can get more information about the error using the following: ERROR_PROCEDURE() …

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HTML, CSS, Javascript, and jQuery: Putting them all together (Part 3)

jQuery is one of the Javascript frameworks out there, and it’s the most popular.  Basically it lets you write less Javascript code and do complicated things using simple calls to the framework.  To use jQuery in your HTML page, first you need to download the library from it’s website jQuery.com.  Just like adding an external …

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HTML, CSS, Javascript, and jQuery: Putting them all together (Part 2)

On my previous post, I talked about HTML and CSS.  Now I’m going to talk about Javascript.  Javascript is a popular scripting language that makes an HTML page dynamic.  To add Javascript code, you use the <script> tag and you can put them in the <head> or in the <body> section of the HTML page.  …

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HTML, CSS, Javascript, and jQuery: Putting them all together (Part 1)

HTML describes how the web page will look like.  Below is an example of an HTML page (created using Visual Studio 2012 by the way).  You have the <!DOCTYPE>, <html>, <head>, and <body> tags as always. <!DOCTYPE html><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head> <title>Example HTML Page</title></head><body> <p> Hello, World!!! </p></body></html>   CSS was created to solve the problem of …

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