Bill

Nowra, NSW, Australia

Bill has just completed his Masters by Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Wollongong. His research topic was in Lattice Based Cryptography.

Bill is currently working as a sub-contractor for small companies and organisations developing desktop and/or web-based applications.

Mar
18
awarded Popular Question
Feb
19
awarded Notable Question
Jan
27
comment Difference between the terms 'famous' & 'infamous'; 'valuable' & 'invaluable'
@PeterShor - Thanks for that Peter. That is probably closer to the answer I was looking for.
Jan
27
comment Difference between the terms 'famous' & 'infamous'; 'valuable' & 'invaluable'
I understand the Latin meaning of the 'in-' prefix meaning not, and I suppose to a certain degree it is correctly used to describe the difference between the terms 'famous' versus 'infamous'. I was simply using 'valuable' and 'invaluable' to describe a situation where it is not used in this context.
Jan
27
asked Difference between the terms 'famous' & 'infamous'; 'valuable' & 'invaluable'
Jan
21
awarded Notable Question
Jan
19
awarded Yearling
Jan
19
awarded Yearling
Dec
12
awarded Scholar
Dec
12
comment MacPort - jslint fails to install due to incompatible spidermonkey installation
Thanks for that! It did the trick! Was able to upgrade spidermonkey by enforcing its variants and, by doing so, was able to successfully install jslint. Once again, thank you!!!!
Dec
12
accepted MacPort - jslint fails to install due to incompatible spidermonkey installation
Nov
19
awarded Tumbleweed
Nov
18
awarded Tumbleweed
Nov
13
revised How do I enable ctfmon.exe under Windows 7 Professional
Fixed grammatical errors, and elaborated on last request.
Nov
12
asked How do I enable ctfmon.exe under Windows 7 Professional
Nov
11
asked MacPort - jslint fails to install due to incompatible spidermonkey installation
Nov
10
comment Why PHP include is working on local server and not on website
To all concerned. I have been able to determine the initial cause of my problem. Further investigation revealed that, it is possible to 'include' a php script from an html file (like I had done) if you configure the web server to do so by adding the line <AddType application/x-httpd-php .html> in the /etc/apache2/httpd.conf file. This is what I had done, and why it worked for me, and not my web hosting server. Renaming the index file to index.php resolved the web hosting server issue. Whoever wants to copy and post this as the correct answer is more than welcome....
Nov
10
comment Why PHP include is working on local server and not on website
The question is correct. Apparently, it is possible to 'include' a php script from an html file if you configure the web server to do so by adding the line <AddType application/x-httpd-php .html> in the /etc/apache2/httpd.conf file. This is what I had done, and why it worked for me, and not my web hosting server.
Nov
9
comment Why PHP include is working on local server and not on website
Thanks Tivie, changing the filename index.html to index.php has solved my problem! Didn't have to enable reporting, although as a matter of course, and for future reference, I will do so. Thanks, once again.
Nov
9
comment Why PHP include is working on local server and not on website
Success! Renaming the index.html file to index.php has solved the problem! Didn't have to enable reporting, nor insert 'included' code in the same file, but as a matter of course, and for future reference, I will enable reporting! Thanks people! This has solved my problem!
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