It does not change, addingTen and addingEleven are different objects each with their own initial value.
Here is an answer to your query. Please check this link - http://bit.ly/1eZr4V8
Let me check my crystal ball, it should show me your code.
Its Really Great , I Like It. We also write Article for:- Tips to hire best Android apps development company
The easiest way is to refactor the names, refactoring makes sure that in case you have used the name already, that it also updates the places where it founds the old name and replaces it with the new name.
C# & Vb.net normally handle this in the same way, if you change the name inside the properties, it should also update all references found with this name
Shouln't it be easier with just batch file? If you don't want to spam your autoexec, you could just create new batch and run that batch in autoexec.
No, in pure C there is not such things like "#include "
You should use "struct". Or you can use external libraries.
However, I guess that this example will help you.
$startDate = new DateTime("2002-11-28");
$endDate = new DateTime("2008-09-06");
$difference = $startDate ->diff($endDate);
// Show the total number of days
echo "difference " . $difference ->days . " days ";
You can use $difference->y to get the answer in years and $difference->m to get the answer in months.
Make proper validation of every user input before using them. Like using isset empty function and checking proper datatype of the varible is recommend before inserting into database.
if(isset($_POST['username']) && isset($_POST['email']) && isset($_POST['password']))
$query="INSERT INTO `member`(`username`, `email`, `password`)VALUES('".$username."', '".$email."', '".hash('sha256', $password)."')";
$data = mysql_query ($query)or die(mysql_error());