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Topic: io[1].addEventListener("playing", function() { sendDuration(1); });
//On audio load error caused by Google bot protection audio[0].addEventListener("error",
function() { handleError(0); }); audio[1].addEventListener("error",
function() { handleEr

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io[1].addEventListener("playing", function() { sendDuration(1); });
//On audio load error caused by Google bot protection audio[0].addEventListener("error",
function() { handleError(0); }); audio[1].addEventListener("error",
function() { handleEr

Posted: Dec 16, 2012 12:16 AM
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io[1].addEventListener("playing", function() { sendDuration(1); }); //
On audio load error caused by Google bot protection
audio[0].addEventListener("error", function() { handleError(0); });
audio[1].addEventListener("error", function() { handleError(1); }); //
On audio load error caused by Google bot protection
audio[0].addEventListener("staled", function() { handleError(0); });
audio[1].addEventListener("staled", function()
{ handleError(1); }); ; } /* *
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*
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*/ function filterText(text) { text = escape(text); var str = [],
maxlength = 2500, // Max length of one sentence this is Google's
fault :) badchars =
["+","#","@","-","<",">","\n","!","?",":","&",'"'," ","%u2019"],
replaces = ["+plus+","+sharp+","+at+","","","","",".",".",".","+and
+","+quotes.+"," ","'"]; textcountArray = new Array(); textcountArray
= text.split(' '); console.log('length'+textcountArray.length);
for(var i in badchars) // replacing bad chars { //alert(badchars[i]);
text = text.split(badchars[i]).join(replaces[i]); } txtlen =
text.length; //if(txtlen > maxlength) //{ //text = text.split(' '); //
alert(escape(text)); text = unescape(text); str =
findsentences(encodeURIComponent(text)); return str; } function
findsentences(txt) { var result = []; (function(txt) { var index =
txt.substring(50).indexOf("."); if (index == -1) return txt ?
result.push(txt) : null; result.push(txt.substring(0, index +
51).trim()); arguments.callee.call(window, txt .substring(index +
51)); })(txt); return result; }Pay close attention: [1,n-1]| | | |
C[2,n-1] C[2,n] C[2,1] ... C[2,n-4] C[2,n-3] C[2,n-2]| | count using
1, 2, 3... Due to CANTOR we can also count (0,) 1, 2, 3, ... omega,
omega+1, omega+2, ... [etc. ad infinitum] Concerning the _number_
(cardinal number) of the set of natural numbers we have: |{0, 1, 2,
3, ...}| = aleph_0. Any natural number is a _finite_ cardinal, and
aleph_0 is the first _infinite_ cardinal. Hence we have: |{ }| = 0 |
{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 : have: |{0, 1, 2, 3,...}| = aleph_0. Any natural
nubmer is a _finite_ cardinal, and aleph 0 is the first - -- - |{0, 1,
2, 3,...}| = aleph_0. |{ }| = 0 |{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 : and (in
addition)Pay close attention: [1,n-1]| | | |C[2,n-1] C[2,n] C[2,1] ...
C[2,n-4] C[2,n-3] C[2,n-2]| | count using 1, 2, 3... Due to CANTOR we
can also count (0,) 1, 2, 3, ... omega, omega+1, omega+2, ... [etc. ad
infinitum] Concerning the _number_ (cardinal number) of the set of
natural numbers we have: |{0, 1, 2, 3, ...}| = aleph_0. Any natural
number is a _finite_ cardinal, and aleph_0 is the first _infinite_
cardinal. Hence we have: |{ }| = 0 |{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 : have: |{0,
1, 2, 3,...}| = aleph_0. Pay close attention: [1,n-1]| | | |C[2,n-1]
C[2,n] C[2,1] ... C[2,n-4] C[2,n-3] C[2,n-2]| | count using 1, 2, 3...
Due to CANTOR we can also count (0,) 1, 2, 3, ... omega, omega+1, omega
+2, ... [etc. ad infinitum] Concerning the _number_ (cardinal number)
of the set of natural numbers we have: |{0, 1, 2, 3, ...}| = aleph_0.
Any natural number is a _finite_ cardinal, and aleph_0 is the first
_infinite_ cardinal. Hence we have: |{ }| = 0 |{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 :
have: |{0, 1, 2, 3,...}| = aleph_0. Any natural nubmer is a _finite_
cardinal, and aleph 0 is the first - -- - |{0, 1, 2, 3,...}| =
aleph_0. |{ }| = 0 |{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 : and (in addition) Any
natural nubmer is a _finite_ cardinal, and aleph 0 is the first - -- -
|{0, 1, 2, 3,...}| = aleph_0. |{ }| = 0 |{ }| = 1 |{0,1}| = 2 : and
(in addition)



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