That's perfect. I actually kept coming across the Cataloging Calculator as
I was searching and wondered how it worked, but I didn't think to try and
track down the author! That definitely looks like something I can adopt,
rather than working from scratch. Thanks!
On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 6:32 PM, Kyle Banerjee <[log in to unmask]>
> I wrote 18 years ago for Netscape 4.0, but it still works and gets
> significant use.
> Since you're working server side, you'll probably just want to copy the
> method used rather than to use the code outright though anyone is welcome
> to use this embarrassingly written stuff as they see fit. The cutter()
> function would be easy to adopt into any language and is only a couple
> dozen lines long. It can be found in the
> http://calculate.alptown.com/calculate.js file
> On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 1:37 PM, Justin Rittenhouse <[log in to unmask]>
> > This seems like a fairly straightforward thing to write...so it seems
> > someone else would already have done so. That said, my Google-fu hasn't
> > come across anything yet. So...does anyone have a cutter generator that
> > they're willing to share? Language doesn't matter, although most of our
> > stuff is Perl or Ruby, so if it's one of those that's a plus.
> > Thanks!
> > Justin
> > --
> > *Justin Rittenhouse*
> > *Sr. Application Development Technician, Web and Software Engineering*
> > *Hesburgh Libraries*
*Sr. Application Development Technician, Web and Software Engineering*