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  • Kích hoạt Built-in Administrator Trong Vista, khi bạn đang sử dụng một quyền quản trị, bạn vẫn đang sử dụng quyền quản trị có mức ưu tiên trung bình.Khi một chương trình của bạn hoạt động, bạn phải cho xác nhận cho nó hoạt động thông qua thông báo UAC – User Account Control.

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  • hapter 1 Introduction to PL/SQL Chapter 2 PL/SQL Essentials Chapter 3 Understanding PL/SQL Built-in Functions Chapter 4 Understanding PL/SQL Control Structures Chapter 5 Implementing SQL Operations in PL/SQL Chapter 6 Understanding Cursors in PL/SQL Chapter 7 Understanding Subprograms in PL/SQL

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  • A portal is a website built around a collection of components that request, display, and share information. Liferay Portal 6, an enterprise-ready development platform, makes it a snap to build portals that integrate with your existing backend systems and provide a rich interactive user experience. Because Liferay uses standard Java and JavaScript, along with built-in SOAP and JSON support for web services, developers can be productive immediately.

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  • Oracle is the most popular database management system in use today, and PL/SQL plays a pivotal role in current and projected Oracle products and applications. PL/SQL is a programming language providing procedural extensions to the SQL relational database language and to an ever-growing number of oracle development tools. originally a rather limited tool, PL/SQL became with Oracle7 a mature and effective language for developers. now, with the introduction of Oracle8,

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  • PHP is an open-source (and therefore free) scripting language for creating dynamic web pages. Since its creation in 1995, its popularity has grown to more than double that of the previously most used scripting language, Perl. In fact, PHP is now in the top five most popular and most used languages according a majority of surveys, which is hardly surprising because it is provided with most web hosting accounts, is easy to integrate into web pages, is extremely fast (given that it is interpreted), and it has built-in links to MySQL, the world’s most popular open-source database program....

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  • Welcome to Release 6.0 of the Oracle Developer Report Builder Reference. This reference guide includes information to help you effectively work with Oracle Developer Report Builder and contains detailed information about the following: · Built ins · Triggers · Properties · Executables This preface explains how this reference is organized and introduces other sources of information that can help you use Oracle Developer Report Builder.

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  • ndroid in Action, Third Edition is a comprehensive tutorial for Android developers. This fast-paced book puts you in the driver's seat -- you'll master the SDK, build WebKit apps using HTML 5, and even learn to extend or replace Android's built-in features by building useful and intriguing examples. About the Technology When it comes to mobile apps, Android can do almost anything, and with this book, so can you! Android, Google's popular mobile operating system and SDK for tablets and smart phones, is the broadest mobile platform available.

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  • Tài liệu có chứa các ví dụ và mã số lớn hơn chi tiết được xây dựng trong thành phần có trong IIS 4.0. Bạn có thể xác định vị trí này thông tin bằng cách lần theo đường dẫn sau đây từ cửa sổ nội dung của Windows NT 4,0 Option Pack Tài liệu sản phẩm

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P168: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P1: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P2: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P161: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P164: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Tham khảo luận văn - đề án 'báo cáo hóa học: " research article physical layer built-in security analysis and enhancement algorithms for cdma systems"', luận văn - báo cáo phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • This demonstration presents the Annotation Librarian, an application programming interface that supports rapid development of natural language processing (NLP) projects built in Apache Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA). The flexibility of UIMA to support all types of unstructured data – images, audio, and text – increases the complexity of some of the most common NLP development tasks.

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  • The governments of Finland and Korea both have demonstrated during past downturns that bold innovation policy initiatives can accelerate structural changes which face high obstacles in normal times (Box 1). Such initiatives require proper framework conditions and a coherent crisis strategy. Anti-crisis policy measures can provide built-in incentives to innovate Clearly, innovation will be one of the keys to emerging from the downturn and putting countries back on a path to sustainable – and smarter – growth.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P3: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P4: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P5: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P6: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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