Tag : Ordered
|Center a unordered list||bobbym245||CSS||unordered||December 8, 2010|
|Unordered list||ian mullen||HTML||Unordered list||Unordered list||June 10, 2010|
|Moveable Bordered TitlebarLESS Form||Nunya Bidnezz||VB.NET||Moveable Bordered TitlebarLESS Form||This is a bordered form that does not have a TitleBar. Code has been added to allow dragging the form around||April 18, 2010|
|Ordered Double Linked List Using head and tail||poncho4all||C++||Ordered Double Linked List Using head tail||This snippet gives a doubly linked list with an int part that is ordered ascendant or descendant||September 12, 2009|
|Ordered Linked List Using head and tail||poncho4all||C++||Ordered Linked List Using head tail||This snippet takes in int data and orders it in descending order and you can pull out certain value without killing the whole list||September 3, 2009|
|Ordered Dictionary for Py2.4||Raymond Hettinger||python||dictionary linked_list ordered||
Drop-in substitute for Py2.7's new collections.OrderedDict. The recipe has big-oh performance that matches regular dictionaries (amortized O(1) insertion/deletion/lookup and O(n) iteration/repr/copy/equality_testing).
|March 18, 2009|
|Cross Browser Ordered List W/ Images||cbx||CSS||ordered||
This will create a bulleted list using images as the bullets.
|January 9, 2009|
|Ordered Set||Adam Olsen||python||Ordered||
An ordered set using insertion order. It can also be seen as a linked-list with a uniqueness constraint and O(1) lookups.
|August 16, 2007|
|Ordered Dictionary that works||Anand Chitipothu||python||Ordered Dictionary that works||
A dictionary in which the insertion order of items is preserved.
Based on Doug Winter's recipe http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/438823
|June 7, 2007|
|A more clean implementation for Ordered Dictionary||Igor Ghisi||python||more clean implementation Ordered Dictionary extending||
An Ordered Dict records the order in which items are added. This implementation uses much less code than the others by extending not well-known class DictMixin.
|May 31, 2006|
|Ordered Dictionary||Doug Winter||python||Ordered Dictionary||
Yet another ordered dict.
|August 9, 2005|
|Binary ordered tree||Lawrence Oluyede||python||Binary ordered tree algorithms||
A simple example demonstrating the construction of binary trees.
|July 13, 2004|
|OrderedMultiDict and UnorderedMultiDict||Andrew Dalke||python||OrderedMultiDict UnorderedMultiDict||
This implements two types of dictionary-like objects where there can be more than one entry with the same key. One is OrderedMultiDict, which preserves the order of all entries across all keys. The other is UnorderedMultidict, which only preserves the order of entries for the same key.
Download MultiDict.py Example:
|January 9, 2003|
|Unroll a single-dimension sequence into an HTML unordered list||Mark Nenadov||python||Unroll single-dimension sequence into HTML unordered list web||
This function simply takes a single-dimension sequence and converts into into an HTML unordered list. This function makes it simple to present the contents of a sequence on the web in an neat fashion.
|June 19, 2001|
This is a class that acts like a dictionary, except that it maintains insert order. This can be useful when you wish to associate two objects in a key-value manner and would like to use a dictionary interface to access the elements, but you need to remember what order the elements were added
|March 15, 2001|