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Sleeryrub : I applied for credit card and they refused and sent this information to me:
"Your credit report reflects too few revolving accounts"
-My credit scores are 750-766-755 for three credit report bureau
-I just have a car loan
thank you very much
I'm over 21
My income about 37k
at current job for 6 years

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Memzentee : Othe things that could have caused you to be turned down:
- You are not 21 or over. Very hard to get a card unless you meet this.
- Your income may not be enough.
Minimum wage or part time will not be sufficient.
- Length of employment at your current job (should be at the very least 6 months).
- You may have simply applied for a card that is hard to get.
Try an easier card such as Discover. If they turn you down, then consider a secured card
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movealietle : I want to keep track of my client's information.

What would I incorporate in my website?

Application

Counter

Database

Table

Question 2



I have added a "Contact Form" to my website.

This is used for the collection to be included in

business contacts

databases

security

spam

Question 3 )



Storage Super center can have their website made for mobile devices.

True
False

Question 4



The Dino Dog Food website could not be housed in their office, since they do not have a server.

True
False

Question 5



Minka can view her company's website on her tablet.

True
False

Question 6


French Fry Haven wanted to create a blog for their website. However, they did not have a web designer so they could not have this feature.

True
False

Question 7



All websites can be viewed on mobile devices.

True
False

Question 8



Jodi's Boutique sells online clothing to consumers.

This website is an example of

B2B

B2C

B2G

G2C

Question 9



Paul decides to build a website and wants to have a shopping cart feature.

This is an example of

business to business commerce

ecommerce

internet commerce

WYSIWYG

Question 10



Elizabeth uses an application that allows her to create a website by linking together objects such as text, graphics, and other media.

What type of application is she using?

Authenticity tool

Authoring tool

The Cloud

Source Cloud

Website Creator

Question 11



John developed code with Maysha on a book club website that is free to the community, where other users can contribute ideas.

This would be an example of an

application source

operating system

open source

XHTML

Question 12



Andy wants to add a script on his website that will automatically update the current date when the script loads in the browser.

This is an example of

B2B

client-side script

Dreamweaver

server-side script

Question 13



City Cars wanted to validate their web design code.

What should they use?

An application

Internet service provider

Server-side scripting language

Web developer
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Louisepolia1999 : i dont know any programming. i found the program "scratch" which basically showed how code gets read by a program but i dont know any languages (c+, c++ etc.) that i should know before i start coding. im 14 and i think i have the mental capacity to start learning these types of things. i would continue with "scratch" if it wasnt so childish and easy.
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stoffCitsmord : If you want, starting with something like MATLAB might be a good start. It was written in c so it's basically like them anyways, but it's simpler and will give you a good understanding of how programming works.
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Gonrersebesee : The program will take user input from 5 students. It will run through a survey asking the same questions for each student starting at student 1 through to student 5. On the Input dialog ask them to select from a list of 5 hobbies.

So far this is what I have done :

{

int i=0;
for (i=0; i<=5; i++)
{
int hobby = Integer.parseInt(JOptionPane.showInputDialog(null, "Please select one hobby from this list by typing "
+ "in the number " + "from each options :" + " " + "\n" + "1) Singing" + "\n" + "2) Sports" + "\n" + "3) Video Games" + "\n" + "4) Shopping" + "\n" + "5) Dancing"));

switch (hobby){
case 1: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You have chosen this.");
break;
case 2: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You have chosen this.");
break;
case 3: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You have chosen this.");
break;
case 4: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You have chosen this.");
break;
case 5: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You have chosen this.");
break;
default:
JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Invalid selection");
break;
}
int sports=0; int games=0; int shopping=0;
int dancing=0; int singing=0;

}

}}

This is the tricky part:

1.)Take the user input, which is the number of their favorite hobby, and store it in a variable, e.g., hobby.(I'm not sure if I stored the variable).
2.)Based on the number they entered, record the number of students who like each of the 5
hobbies (E.g., Set up and initialize variables for each of the hobby at the start of the program.
If the hobby entered is ‘1’, add 1 to Running. If the hobby entered is ‘2’, then add 1 to Reading
and so on). If any other number is entered then give a message to the screen that they have
entered an invalid number.(I have done the invalid number part).
3.)Output a message saying, for example, ‘the number of students who like Running are:’
4.)Output the (integer) number of the people who liked Running.

If anyone person is kind enough to help me out I appreciate it a lot! Thank you.
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NQbambi : int sports=0; int games=0; int shopping=0;
int dancing=0; int singing=0;

int i=0;
for (i=0; i<=5; i++)//you are going 6 times.

for(int i=0; i < 5; i++)
{
int hobby = Integer.parseInt(JOptionPane.showInputDi... "Please select one hobby from this list by typing "
+ "in the number " + "from each options :" + " " + "\n" + "1) Singing" + "\n" + "2) Sports" + "\n" + "3) Video Games" + "\n" + "4) Shopping" + "\n" + "5) Dancing"));
//YES STORED A NUMBER IN hobby.

switch (hobby){
case 1: singing++;
break;
case 2: sports++;
break;
case 3: games++;
break;
case 4: shopping++
break;
case 5: dancing++;
break;
default:
JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Invalid selection");
break;
} //switch
}//for

NOW OUTPUT the variables.
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GaDGdum : I have read a bit about SSL certificates and I don't undrstand this. If Someone on my network connects to a website and I intercept the data? Can I not just act as if I was the requested webpage? I just feed the certificate and public key data forward to a person on my network, should it then not be accepted? I am thinking as im typing and im writing on an ipad so editing stuff is kindof impractical. Sorry.

I guess the certificate gets checked to the Ip and/or domain name, but that can be faked too, right?

So why is SSL considered safe? Why is it considered (of course it is because ive probably misunderstood something) hard to fake SSL certificates?
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