Just type your website address in the Google or Bing search box. If Google or Bing knows about your site, it will tell you. If your website doesn’t come up as a result, you need to submit your site to Google and Bing. Another way to check if a page is in either of the search engines is to lift a piece of unique text from the page, put it in a search “in quotes”. Your page should come up.
You can get free credit reports from the following website once a year.
If you need to get credit reports more than once a year, follow the steps below:
Experian: If you've applied for anything in the last 60 days just request a free copy of your report from their website. -or- Do an online dispute. They will mail you a free copy of the updated report (or you can receive an email linking you to the report)
The following code checks if two lists are equal
(define equal(lambda (x y)
(cond((and(null? x) (null? y)) #t)
((and(not (null? x)) (not (null? y))) (equal (cdr x) (cdr y)))
We have all been doing email address validation for a very long time to make sure that the email is correctly formatted. This is to avoid users entering wrongly formatted email address but still they can accidentally give us a wrong email address.
Example of a correctly formatted email address but still wrong:
firstname.lastname@example.org [VALID email fromat but still not correct]
The following code checks if an element is a member of a list
(define (member? x y)
(cond ((null? y) #f)
((eqv? x (car y)) #t)
(else (member? x (cdr y)))))
> (member_list 'd '(a x c v b))
> (member? 'f '(a s d f g h))
You can use in_array function to check if a value exists in an array:
$myname = "David";
$names = array("Paul","Maria","David","Lucy","Ana");
if (in_array($myname, $names))
echo "Sorry, that is not a valid name";