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I have been programming for 8 years, and I never get a chance to stick with a single language because projects or jobs change. In the past 3 years I wrote stuff in : C, C++, C#, JavaScript,HTML\CSS, TCL, BaseX, SQL, Bash, Python, Java,ASPX, PHP... and probably a couple more. I can never remember what goes to what language, and the syntax's along with them. So, I figured id note all the random things I had to google to new developers and idea of problems and to show that its OK to forget things. For the past Year, my main project has been an ASPX website (I do front and back end), so I am having to do ASPX, C#, JS, HTML\CSS, SQL


YYYY-MM-DD: Language - Description

2016-08-04: JS - How to do a foreach....i can never remember how they do this in Javascript
2016-08-04: JS - How to add a dom object with CSS styles using JQuery. ( i have done this 10 times by now... still gotta google it)
2016-08-04: C# - How to convert a string to an array..... I basically ended up doing this IndexAction[] actions = {IndexAction.MergeOrUpload(document)};
2016-08-05: C# - How to create a 2d List. Turns out you cant unless you nest lists which really isnt a 2d list. You can also create a class and use that for the list , but still not the same thing.
2016-08-05: C# - How to create a 2d Array. Following up on the previous thing, I figured id create an Array instead... had to google how to do it. int [,] blahh = new int[,]{};
2016-08-05: C# - How to push\pop on Array... looks like you cant... ughh... i guess ill do the class list thing.



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