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Author:  Roy [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:07 am ]
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Bill,

I've been seeing some of the changes you have made to the website, and some changes I liked, but didn't know they were ever there. But now I'm a little confused (I know it doesn't take much). The information below comes from the link also below and I presume is from and is part of the Source List.

http://www.bambooweb.info/SSL.php

There are a lot of doubles and one that looks reversed. I took out the ones from the list that looks OK to me. Not familiar with a lot of the bamboos on the list so I'm not sure about all of them being correct.

Image

Author:  bambooweb [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:07 am ]
Post subject:  RE: Source List's AKA's

Thanks that was pulling values from two tables so I think I fixed it.
I also added Sasa hayatae to the list.

Bill

Author:  Roy [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:07 pm ]
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bambooweb wrote:
Thanks that was pulling values from two tables so I think I fixed it.
I also added Sasa hayatae to the list.

Bill


Looks like it's fixed now.

When you get a chance, delete the spreadsheet of names image. It's of no use now.

Do you know the origin of the name below? I've never seen a name with a "?" in it and would wonder how one would pronounce "Ca?a"

CHUSQUEA culeou 'Ca?a Prieta'

Author:  needmore [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:29 pm ]
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It's pronounced 'canya' in this case .

I am ? literate in more than 157 languages.

Author:  Roy [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:37 pm ]
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needmore wrote:
It's pronounced 'canya' in this case .

I am ? literate in more than 157 languages.


OH! I see. Like I used to say when I was fluent in Southern American: "canya get ma breeches?"

Author:  needmore [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:05 pm ]
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Roy wrote:
needmore wrote:
It's pronounced 'canya' in this case .

I am ? literate in more than 157 languages.


OH! I see. Like I used to say when I was fluent in Southern American: "canya get ma breeches?"


Exactly!

In this case the ? I bet was intended to be the Spanish character that represents the letter 'n' with the ~ above it.

Author:  bambooweb [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:17 pm ]
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I just changed the database to unicode so I could write Chusquea culeou 'Caña Prieta' . I could not do that on ipower.

Bill

Author:  foxd [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:19 pm ]
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needmore wrote:
In this case the ? I bet was intended to be the Spanish character that represents the letter 'n' with the ~ above it.


You mean the character "ñ"? There is a code for it in html: ñ

Author:  Roy [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:39 pm ]
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bambooweb wrote:
I just changed the database to unicode so I could write Chusquea culeou 'Caña Prieta' . I could not do that on ipower.

Bill


Ah yes. Now I do remember seeing it spelled that way. And you though I was just making a "funny".

Author:  bambooweb [ Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:59 pm ]
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foxd wrote:
needmore wrote:
In this case the ? I bet was intended to be the Spanish character that represents the letter 'n' with the ~ above it.


You mean the character "ñ"? There is a code for it in html: ñ


That would work if this site was just html but the data is stored in a database and then needs to be moved into a word document. It would be nice if all of the programs used the character set but they don't. I found that there is a big problem importing a table from an Excel spreadsheet into Access with the non-alphanumeric characters. Hopefully MS has fixed that with the new version of office but it sucks that you have problems moving data between two MSOffice programs. I might have to look at Open Office and see if it has the functions I need.

Bill

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