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Finding MAC Address

by Tracy Pettigrue | Sep 28, 2009
  Code: #include "stdafx.h" #include <Windows.h> #include <rpc.h> #include <rpcdce.h> #pragma comment(lib, "rpcrt4.lib")   // Prints the MAC address stored in a 6 byte array to stdout static void PrintMACaddress(unsigned char MACData[])... »read more
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SATA

by Penelope Truce | Sep 28, 2009
SATA:   In computer hardware, Serial ATA is a computer bus technology primarily designed for transfer of data to and from hard disks and optical drives. It was designed as a successor to the legacy Advanced Technology Attachment standard (ATA). Serial ATA adapters and... »read more
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Unix Shell Scripting Tutorial

by Tracy Pettigrue | May 28, 2010
1. Introduction Time is precious. It is non-sense-ical to waste time typing a frequently used sequence of commands at a command prompt, more especially if they are abnormally long or complex. Scripting is a way by which one can alleviate this necessity by automating these command sequences in... »read more
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Working Principle of different types of tape drives

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 1, 2009
A tape drive, also known as a streamer, is a data storage device that reads and writes data stored on a magnetic tape or a punched tape.   Instead of allowing random access to data as hard disk drives do, tape drives only allow for sequential access of data. A tape... »read more
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Research Work on the Software Engineering Techniques used in a Local Software Firm

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 12, 2009
Research Completion date: 19th March 2008
Introduction   Software Engineering is an engineering discipline that is concerned with all aspects of software production from early stages of system specification to maintaining the system after it has gone into use. Software engineering is not just concerned with the... »read more
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Reflections on Trusting Trust

by Derek Thompson | Sep 30, 2010
To what extent should one trust a statement that a program is free of Trojan horses? Perhaps it is more important to trust the people who wrote the software.
TURING AWARD LECTURE by KEN THOMPSON   INTRODUCTION I thank the ACM for this award. I can't help but feel that I am receiving this honor for timing and serendipity as much as technical merit. UNIX 1 swept into popularity with an industry-wide change from central mainframes to... »read more
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Virus

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 16, 2009
A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the permission or knowledge of the owner. The term "virus" is also commonly but erroneously used to refer to other types of malware, adware, and spyware programs that do not have the reproductive... »read more
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Overview of Expert Systems

by Randy Trevor | May 17, 2010
- A collection of software packages and tools used to develop expert systems
Can… Explain their reasoning or suggested decisions Display intelligent behavior Draw conclusions from complex relationships Provide portable knowledge   Expert system shell A collection of software packages and tools used to develop expert systems... »read more
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Graphic Adapters

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 3, 2009
CGA: The standard IBM CGA graphics card is equipped with 16 kilobytes of video memory, and could be connected either to a NTSC-compatible monitor or TV via an RCA jack, or to a dedicated RGBI CRT monitor. The CGA's maximum color depths of four bits... »read more
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How To Add a YouTube Video to Your Web Site

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 28, 2009
In 1998, embedding videos into a web page was a real challenge. You had different formats to chose from, other visitors might not have the proper software installed to see the video, bandwidth was still limited, as most people were still on dialup. Fast forward to 2008. Most people have... »read more
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