Rudy's Delphi Corner - Console unit Download I write a lot of console programs to test simple concepts, containing a few test routines and a few Writeln commands. To me, this is much more convenient than having to write a VCL program where the output goes to a ListBox or a Memo. The problem with the console windows in Delphi is, that they close immediately after they are finished. So most of my console programs contain a Readln command as the last instruction in the program. Problem with Readln is that it is buffered, i.e. it waits until the return key (or Ctrl+Z) is pressed.
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Intel Partners With Chinese Company For An ARM Processor Counterpart When it comes to mobile processors, Intel has been shoved in the sideline by the current architecture provider, ARM. For many years, ARM has dominated the mobile industry with its line of mobile processor architectures. So far, almost all phone makers equip their products with a version or combinations of various ARM architectures. However, a recent partnership suggests that Intel is now ready to face ARM head on with its newest Spreadtrum SC9861G-IA SoC mobile processor. The Spreadtrum SC9861G-IA SoC processor is a result of a design partnership between Intel and Spreadtrum. The new mobile processor boasts an eight-core system design that can run at up to 2GHz of clock frequency.
Full Path Disclosure This is an Attack. To view all attacks, please see the Attack Category page. Last revision: 11/8/2012 Description Full Path Disclosure (FPD) vulnerabilities enable the attacker to see the path to the webroot/file. e.g.: /home/omg/htdocs/file/.
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