This tutorial is designed for beginners only and This tutorial explains the basics of
shell programming by showing some examples of shell programs. Its not help or
manual for the shell. While reading this tutorial you can find manual quite useful (
type man bash at $ prompt to see manual pages). Manual contains all necessary
information you need, but it won't have that much examples, which makes idea
more clear. For that reason, this tutorial contains examples rather than all the
features of shell....
This book is written in cookbook style and it offers learning through recipes with examples and illustrations. Each recipe contains step-by-step instructions about everything necessary to execute a particular task. The book is designed so that you can read it from start to end for beginner's or just open up any chapter and start following the recipes as a reference for advanced users. If you are a beginner or an intermediate user who wants to master the skill of quickly writing scripts to perform various tasks without reading the entire man pages, this book is for you. You can start...
What a wondrous collection of recipes, guidelines, warnings, comprehensive examples, metaphors, exercises, and questions! It’s a terriﬁc value to software testing practitioners who want to get the most from their test automation effort.
This tutorial assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly toward an intermediate/advanced level of instruction . . . all the while sneaking in little nuggets of UNIX® wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook, a manual for self-study, and as a reference and source of knowledge on shell scripting techniques. The exercises and heavily-commented examples invite active reader participation, under the premise that the only way to really learn scripting is to write scripts....
Scripted GUI Testing with Ruby is a practical, quick-moving tutorial based on real life, and real-world GUI applications.
Right out of the gate you'll start working with code to drive a desktop GUI. You'll discover the kinds of gotchas and edge cases that don't exist in simple, toy programs. As you add more tests, you'll learn how to organize your test code and write lucid examples. The result is a series of "smoke tests" team will run on Continuous Integration servers.
ICT 5 Web Development - Chapter 12: Regular Expressions More String functions, Regular Expression, Building an Example RE, Filter Input Data, A Full Script Example, Using grouping characters, Determine the precise field rules.
The Metamorphosis. The Transformation. The Makeover.
From fairy tales to Walt Disney cartoons to diet pill ads to home improvement television shows, we all
have a natural interest in witnessing change taking place before our eyes. The ugly duckling becomes the
swan. The neglected step-sister is transformed into a gorgeous beauty at the prince’s ball. The rundown
house is made over into the jewel of the neighborhood. When we see these metamorphoses happening to
others, we are inspired to emulate these same kinds of changes in our lives.
In the simplest sense, a database is a collection of records and files that are organized
for a particular purpose. On your computer system, you might keep the names and
addresses of all your friends or customers. Perhaps you collect all the letters you write
and organize them by recipient. You might have another set of files in which you keep
all your financial dataaccounts payable and accounts receivable or your checkbook
entries and balances. The word processor documents that you organize by topic are, in
the broadest sense, one type of database.
Walk-thru an example NS script.
Visualization tools & other utilities,
Help and references.
Outcome of this tutorial:
You know the concept of ns2.
You are able to set-up a network topology on your own (with nameditor).
You are able to add traffic like ftp/telnet or cbr to your simulation.
You are able to start the ns and the nam.
You understand the ns-script code generated by nam-editor.
HTML is a set of logical codes (markup) in parentheses that describe the appearance of a
web document and the information it contains.
This text would appear bold in the browser
The codes are enclosed by less than "" brackets. These bracketed
codes of the markup are commonly referred to as tags. HTML codes are always contained
inside these brackets and are case-insensitive; meaning, it does not matter whether you
type them in upper case or lower case. However, tags are easier to recognize in a web
document if they are capitalized.
In the "old days" of the World Wide Web (three whole years ago), there were two ways to get information (also
called content) to the user. The primary way was through HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language
used to write Web pages. HTML enables you to present text and certain types of graphics (as well as links to
connect one page to another page) either on the same computer or somewhere else in the world. As HTML has
evolved (the current standard being worked on is version 3.2), other features have been added, such as forms,
frames, tables, and so on. However, even with all...
Using lots of examples, including a sample working Web site, the book shows how to create dynamic and interactive pages, build entire sites, and automate pages
Oracle Database 11g Performance Tuning Recipes is a ready reference for database administrators in need of immediate help with performance issues relating to Oracle Database. The book takes an example-based approach, wherein each chapter covers a specific problem domain. Within each chapter are "recipes," showing by example how to perform common tasks in that chapter’s domain. Solutions in the recipes are backed by clear explanations of background and theory from the author team. Whatever the task, if it’s performance-related, you’ll probably find a recipe and a solution in this book....
Ruby is “a dynamic, open source programming language
with a focus on simplicity and productivity. It has an
elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write.”1
It was released in 1995 by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto.
It is often described as either a very high-level language or a scripting language,
depending on whom you ask. As such, it doesn’t require a programmer to
specify the details of how the computer implements your decisions. Like
other high-level languages, Ruby is often used in text-processing applications,
including an increasing number of web applications.
This book provides examples using the IQuery, ICriteria, QueryOver, and LINQ to NHibernate API’s within the context of an example Guitar Store inventory program. The reader is walked through the creation of a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database, the creation of a Visual Studio 2010 solution consisting of 3 projects (a Window Presentation Foundation (WPF), a Console Application, and a Class Library). Each one utilizes the .NET 4.0 framework. Then the reader is walked through the steps required to configure and use the many features available contained within NHibernate 3.2.
Microsoft Enterprise and Support Training
.Module 1 Objectives
At the end of this module, you will be able to: Diagram how ASP scripts are tied in to ASP.DLL. Create basic script examples, demonstrating inline code or functions/subroutines.
Microsoft Enterprise and Support Training
Microsoft Enterprise and Support Training
bash Cookbook teaches shell scripting the way Unix masters practice the craft. It presents a variety of recipes and tricks for all levels of shell programmers so that anyone can become a proficient user of the most common Unix shell -- the bash shell -- and cygwin or other popular Unix emulation packages. Packed full of useful scripts, along with examples that explain how to create better scripts, this new cookbook gives professionals and power users everything they need to automate routine tasks and enable them to truly manage their systems -- rather than have their systems manage them....
The final area to examine for objectives is the organization’s annual work plan, or,
if one does not exist, its strategic plan. These should clearly spell out goals for the
organization relative to its practices. Examples might include establishment of a
development office, generation of a surplus, reduction of a deficit, closing a certain
program, establishing a beneficial new strategic alliance—whatever the board, execu-
tive, and staff have seen fit to establish.