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I am a programmer who was born in Hong Kong and now i am working as a freelancer.

This blog is my notes on programming and some other stuff like traveling and things happened around the world. If you find something which is useful or you have questions at Eureka!, just let me know by leaving a message. If you want to know more my works, you can visit my portfolio.=)

Thanks for your time for reading something about Me and Eureka!.

My Profile


Something About Myself

  • First Name: Ying Kit
  • Last Name: Yuen
  • Interests: Soccer, Programming, Women, Reading, Singing
  • My favourite people : Albert Einstein, Cesar Millan

 

Something About Soccer

  • Favorite Teams: Arsenal, Leeds United and Barcelona
  • Favorite Players: Pablo Aimar, Harry Kewell, Gabriel Batistuta

 

To Be Continued…

38 thoughts on “About”

  1. Man ,
    Thank you very much for your blog to help everyone .

    I looking code in Iphone how can use tab bar in view and how can connect it with action.
    I hope you know what I mean . Could you please explain me how can do that …..

    Thanks alot

    Moe Basha

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    1. Hi Basha,

      Thanks for you comment. I haven’t done any iphone development for more than a year and i never use the Tab Bar before.
      But i am sure you could find many up-to-date resources on how to use a tab bar by google like the following one.
      iPhone SDK Tutorial: Custom Tab Bar

      Hope it can help.

      Regards,
      Kit

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  2. I need to know the function used to execute Java program with command-line arguments (client and server) from PHP or HTML other than EXEC() and SYSTEM(). Please help me…

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  3. Hi ykyuen,

    Stumbled upon your site while finding out ways to integrate facebook login on my current project. I really like your personal blog – very clean and nicely laid out. Well done!

    By the way, I’m from HK too. Are you based in HK? Would love to exchange some ideas with you.

    Cheers
    Anthony

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  4. Hey Ying, thanks for your blog, and for sharing good tips. Would you mind helping out on a short school project. It’s on these audio playing stuffs and I definitely need some help. Please inbox me if this is possible. Thank again.

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  5. Hi
    I am really glad that i have came accross to your blog. Its a full of resources.
    I am a beginner in webhosting and linux. Playing with different distro. I am sure if you can make a tutorial of how to use drupal on Centos + Nginx many noob like me would appreciate your work. Do you have any plan to do that near future?

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  6. Hi Ykyuen,

    It really feels great to come back to you again and again when i have doubts related to coding stuffs, and i hope you really love helping people through your posts/blogs.
    If this request falls under your forte, could you please help me with the solution.
    I have an ant build.xml that has a target that refers to a java file and generates an output text file in some location. Everything works fine here.
    On the other side i have a handy soapui request in a soapui project that too generates a specified text file with specified text contents(both filename and contents specified in the soapui request.xml. I would somehow want to replace this text file in the soapui with the one generated out of my ant script. is there some coding required under my ant script that can help me achieve this or what should be the ideal solution here.
    Any help here would be greatly appreciated as always.

    Thanks,
    Ashley

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    1. just set the path of the generated text file to the same location of that of soapui. so when u run the ant script, the generated text file will overwrite the one created by soapui.

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      1. I really appreciate your prompt response.
        However my requirement was to do something inside ant that hits the soap request , submits it to the endpoint url and in this process while submitting the request just place a generated file as attachment to the request.
        But then i tried to overcome all this hassle by just using ant mail task to deliver the generated file as mail attachment to the intended recepient.
        May be i phrased my question wrong ,all my fault here, but then i get now what i wanted.

        Thanks once again for all your help so far and would bug you again next time…, hope you don’t mind.

        Thanks,
        Ashley

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