Java is a high-level programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems and released in 1995. Java runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This tutorial gives a complete understanding on Java. This reference will take you through simple and practical approach while learning Java Programming language. This reference has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand the basic to advanced concepts related to Java Programming languages. Before you start doing practice with various types of examples given in this reference, I'm making an assumption that you are already aware about what is a computer program and what is a computer programming language.
A portable program is a piece of software that you can carry around with you on a portable device like USB Drives and use on any other computer in college and office. It can be your email program, your browser , system recovery tools or even an operating system. The coolest part about it , is that all of your data and settings are always stored on a Thumb drive so when you unplug the device , none of your personal data is left behind.
SeaMonkey is a free and open source [ 4 ] cross-platform Internet suite . It is the continuation of the former Mozilla Application Suite , based on the same source code. Core Mozilla project source code is licensed under a disjunctive tri-license that gives the choice of one of the three following sets of licensing terms: Mozilla Public License , version 1.1 or later, GNU General Public License , version 2.0 or later, GNU Lesser General Public License , version 2.1 or later. [ 5 ]
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Next Previous Contents 2. Tutorial Majority of the contents of this tutorial section were written by Nik Silver, at the School of Computer Studies, University of Leeds, UK. Assuming working knowledge of any programming language, we will now try to see what Perl programs look like.
Richard Heathfield <> wrote: > wrote: > >> Is *ptr++ equivalent to *(ptr++) ? > > Yes. In each case, the associativity is right-to-left and, in each case, the
Abstract Since multi-core systems are spreading fast, the problem of parallel programming becomes more and more urgent. However, even the majority of experienced developers are new to this sphere. The existing compilers and code analyzers allow finding some bugs, which appear during parallel code development. However, many errors are not diagnosed. The article contains description of a number of errors, which lead to incorrect behavior of parallel programs created with OpenMP.
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SNMP tools, utilities, and libraries It's nice to have a library of functions you can call from a manager- or agent-like app to handle authentication, encoding/decoding, OID search, MIB walks, and all the rest of the dreary low-level function that SNMP needs. I've collected all that function into a source library that I'll put up here in the next few weeks. And I find it handy to have a few quick management-side tools and utilities, just to do that one-time test, the one I could use right now. I've written a few that I think useful and I'll put 'em up here, too, along with their source files.
SWIG is an interface compiler that connects programs written in C and C++ with scripting languages such as Perl, Python, Ruby, and Tcl. It works by taking the declarations found in C/C++ header files and using them to generate the wrapper code that scripting languages need to access the underlying C/C++ code. In addition, SWIG provides a variety of customization features that let you tailor the wrapping process to suit your application. John Ousterhout (creator of Tcl) has written a paper that describes the benefits of scripting languages.
The 'const' system is one of the really messy features of C++. It is simple in concept: variables declared with ‘const’ added become constants and cannot be altered by the program. However it is also used to bodge in a substitute for one of the missing features of C++ and there it gets horridly complicated and sometimes frustratingly restrictive. The following attempts to explain how 'const' is used and why it exists. Simple Use of ‘const’
I've been administering Unix machines for many years now, and frankly, it kinda sucks. It makes me wonder, when sitting in front of a crisp, 2 .3 million pixel display (i.e. a laptop) why I'm telling those pixels to draw me a computer terminal from the 80s . And yet, that's what us tech nerds do every day. The default Unix toolchain, marked in time by the 1970 epoch, operates in a world where data is either binary or text, and text is displayed in monospace chunks.
Kippo is a medium interaction SSH honeypot designed to log brute force attacks and, most importantly, the entire shell interaction performed by the attacker. Kippo is inspired, but not based on Kojoney . Demo Some interesting logs from a live Kippo installation below (viewable within a web browser with the help of Ajaxterm). Note that some commands may have been improved since these logs were recorded. Features
It's been a while since my last article and I'm very pleased to come up with this one. Enjoy. Table of Contents Introduction Hi, Why another "learn the basics of jQuery" article?