It all sounds Geek to me! [Gautam Arora]

Friday, July 22, 2005

>>>Python and Jython
- the state of scripting universe
-Google uses python
-currently working on python guis

>>>XML and Web Services
-xml is hot...

>>>AJAX
-thats what makes gmail fast!

Note: The subject to this post is (?xml version="1.0"?)...replace () with <>, which is not being displayed(No points for guessing why)
Infact, its not even being displayed in the 'Previous' links and neither is letting me post it here in the content...

Using a blank subject line would cause the first line of the post to be considered as the subject, and it wont give the same results...

This is indeed my tiny Blogger Hack to prevent subjects from being displayed on top of posts as well as under the previous links section.I wonder how would i be able to reach this post individually, as blogger usually uses the hyphenated-subject to provide a link to the post directly but there is no subject here...

Added:
Viewing the source of this page provides all the answers:

1.The subject is displayed between the h3 tags and is same as the actual subject.So it is displayed neither on top of the post, nor in the previous links.

2.To reach this post directly, blogger falls back to its concept of hyphenated-text of part of the first line and the direct link to this post is here.

2 comments:

Nadeem Mohsin said...

Ah, a fellow Python fan - and someone who hit the Challenge too. I was beginning to wonder if my fascination with Python was that unique...

BTW, I'm a friend of Thite - found this page from his blog - consider my prayers added to the vast body of exhortations to the divine about your cellphone...

I reached level 7 in the holidays before our sem 6 exams - haven't been able to get back to it since then. Enjoy it - it's brilliant fun...

You might wanna try http://www.topcoder.com/tc if you like coding and algorithms...

Incidentally I tried posting without a subject a couple of months ago - turns out they name it blog-post.html - haven't checked to see what they do if you do two such posts one after the other...

Hrishikesh said...

Would do good to mention myself here, if nothing then for links...

All you Python fans out there, go check out Ruby. Google it! ;-)