Topics

My Expertise

Computer Programming

Employed and edjucated as a software developer. Took up programming when I was about 8 years old, and have been doing so for the three decades since.

Web Programming

My area of specialization in softwar development

PHP Programming

My area of specialization in softwar development

JavaScript

My area of specialization in softwar development

HTML

My area of specialization in softwar development

Interests

Science
Follow
Computers
Follow
Computer Programming
Follow
Physics
Follow
Database Programming
Follow
Web Programming
Follow
PHP Programming
Follow
C Programming
Follow
JavaScript
Follow
Technology
Follow
Mechanics
Follow
Nuclear Physics
Follow
Solid State Physics
Follow
Fluid Dynamics
Follow
Kinematics
Follow
General and Special Relativity
Follow
Newtons Laws of Motion
Follow
HTML
Follow
Quantum Mechanics
Follow
QBasic
Follow
Speed of Light
Follow
Speed of Sound
Follow
MySQL
Follow
HTML5
Follow
Gravity
Follow
Python Programming
Follow
Waves Vibrations and Oscillations
Follow
Sound Waves
Follow

My Most Active Categories

In HTML

Protocols other than http and HTML?

To clarify, HTML is not actually a protocol in the sense that you're thinking; it's a language. Languages are of course protocols in themselves, but not in the commonly used (MORE)

Can you use php to have a user input text and then it show up on an HTML page (as in the php script edits the HTML to add text)?

Yes. This can be done by posting the data back to the server and outputting the results to the browser. You would need to create your HTML form which submits the content (MORE)

What is 0.9928 rounded?

That depends on what digit you want to round it to. If you're rounding to the nearest integer, that would be 1. If you're rounding to the nearest tenth, it would be 1.0 If (MORE)

How do you factor out x to the fourth power minus 1?

NOTE *** It used to be that you could properly use answers.com's inline editor to add superscripts and subscripts, allowing proper notation of exponents. Sadly, the editor (MORE)

What should each son receive if a man leaves 300000 to his 3 sons to be distributed in proportion to their ages which are 18 20 and 22?

To solve this, you need to take the sum of the sons' ages, divide the amount left (300000 units) by that sum, and get each son's amount by multiplying his age by the result (MORE)