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This is a discussion on Cprogramming tutorials within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I noticed that there is no "print mode" in Cprogramming tutorials, so I messed with it a bit. Finally, I ...

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    Cprogramming tutorials

    I noticed that there is no "print mode" in Cprogramming tutorials, so I messed with it a bit. Finally, I got this (enter this to your address bar):
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    javascript:void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[1].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[2].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[3].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[4].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[5].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[6].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[7].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[8].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[9].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("td")[13].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("iframe")[0].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("iframe")[1].style.display="none");
    void(document.getElementsByTagName("iframe")[2].style.display="none");
    And you only have the tutorial part, no other tables, menus, ads! Only the Cprogramming logo, the tutorial and nothing else.

    You must remove newlines from that, because address bar only takes one line.
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    Look again... every tutorial page's title read something like this:
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    Lesson 1: The basics of C++(Printable Version)
    However, your effort is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.
    Last edited by SlyMaelstrom; 10-01-2006 at 01:38 AM.
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    http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial...operators.html

    I saw no "printable version button there". So, printable versions are available only for the first 20 tutorials, but there are much more of them
    Last edited by maxorator; 10-01-2006 at 01:45 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxorator
    so I messed with it a bit ... And you only have the tutorial part, no other tables, menus, ads! Only the Cprogramming logo, the tutorial and nothing else.
    Nice, Max. Kudos.
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