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Big Red continues to lead on the 4G LTE front and are rolling out networks as fast as they can. Now lighting up 33 new markets as well as 32 expanding markets are going live tomorrow. Inside we'll take a look at the new markets. By this time tomorrow, you Verizon customers in the following cities will be surfing on LTE. New: El Dorado/Magnolia and Russellville, Ark New London Country, Conn. For Pierce/Vero Beach and Melbourne/Titusville, Fla Columbus and Rome, Ga Burley, Idaho; Mattoon Ill Anderson and ...
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WOW is it S..L..O..W! By far the worst I've seen, been here 3 weeks and can't wait to leave. i was in Palm Beach (south Florida) 3 weeks ago on my Galaxy Note 2 from Verizon and the service was flawless! Quote: Originally Posted by ceva321 i was in Palm Beach (south Florida) 3 weeks ago on my Galaxy Note 2 from Verizon and the service was flawless! Yes I was in Boca Raton 2 days ago and it screamed, drove back to Fort Lauderdale via US1 and seconds after crossing county line it went to shit. Quote: ...
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Hi this might be a little of a noob question but i just started to learn to develop for ios. I am looking for a site that you can buy information to put in your app. like locations of stores or weather information or coupons stuff like that. I googled iphone information databases and everything in between but did not find what i was looking for. Not sure if this is a api or not. If anyone knows sites that sell this kind of information it would be a great help. Thank you i don't understand completely your ...
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i am stuck, my search form has a dropdownlist for states and arrays for the cities. for some reason the values are not going to the database. i try and change the option values of the state dropdown list but then the array has to be changed also and when i do that the array doesnt work, but the state option values go threw to the database...here is the search page http://www.nightspotz.com/search.php and here is that part of the script <select class=dropdowncity id=states_prov style="WIDTH: 150px" ...
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I'm a little confused with keywords and their positioning in the serps. My company is New Era Pest Control (Miami Florida) For example: 1) Under the keyword term "Pest Control in Miami", I rank #7. Not bad and I can live with that. However: 2) Under the keyword term "Pest Control in Miami Florida", I rank #29. I realize that it narrows results to Florida, but my competition that show up in the Serps are all from Florida and not like from (Miami, Ohio) Another Example: I'm working on the keyword term ...
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I'm a little confused with keywords and their positioning in the serps. My company is New Era Pest Control (Miami Florida) For example: 1) Under the keyword term "Pest Control in Miami", I rank #7. Not bad and I can live with that. However: 2) Under the keyword term "Pest Control in Miami Florida", I rank #29. I realize that it narrows results to Florida, but my competition that show up in the Serps are all from Florida and not like from (Miami, Ohio) Another Example: I'm working on the keyword term ...
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I have a table called table1 it has fields Id Cityname records 1 - miami 2 - miami 3 - miami 4 - orlando 5 - orlando 6 - miami I want to do a query on the records it should return only distinct city with ID iam using this select distinct cityname,id from table1 but the results return all the records. I want city name to be distinct at the same time also give the id for the cityname how to solve this can some one help Well, really it depends on which id you want returned against each city - but... Select ...
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It's been a while since I posted on this forum but I need help and I know I can get it here . I keep getting errors when trying to use this asp script but I can't see any problems with it. This is the error that it creates. Quote: DELETE * FROM pupil_details WHERE pupil_id= ; Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e14' [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'pupil_id='. /students/Computing/A2/ThomasAustin/DeleteRecord1.asp, line 24 Here ...
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Hi there 8) Im just wondering how I can prevent the query from outputing the same name twice in a query? Example: If I query and it outputs: Name- Age- Location- Roger 23 New York Eric 29 Miami Eric 48 Boston Is there a way to make it recognize that it already outputed "Eric" then make it skip the next eric so it just outputs: Name- Age- Location- Roger 23 New York Eric 29 Miami ? Thanks alot guys Solved it: (...) GROUP BY name You will probably have to run a subquery to pull distinct names from your ...
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I'm sure this question has been asked a thousand times before, but I can't find it. It really should be a sticky. I'm looking to register with Apple as a 'Standard Company', basically so I can use my own business name instead of registering as an individual and having my name show up on the apps I make. I pick San Jose as a basic case, since I'm guessing a lot of people that use this forum are here as well. And so the headaches begin: (I'm looking to do this as a Sole Proprietorship - I am the only ...
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