The latest articles by Irene Burn

  • Programming: quotation marks, apostrophes and strings

    How to use single and double quotation marks in strings? In all programming languages, you must open and close your string with quotation marks, but you don't have to, if your interpreter doesn't consider the quotes (in the case of a string that does not contain spaces). Why the empty spaces? Because very often it means we are moving to another function.

  • 64 bit integers: C++, example

    You may need to handle very large numbers in the C language. An unsigned number of 32 bits cannot exceed a particular value. In order to handle larger integers, a separate data type for handling 64 bit integers can be used in the C programming language. This article will show you some examples of 64 bit integers in the C programming language.

  • CONFIG.SYS commands: MS DOS, command line

    The Config.sys is the main configuration file used by OS/2, MS-DOS and other operating systems. Config.sys commands loads programs into the memory and sets ups the memory management of the system. The command shell is executed after the config.sys has been processed. After the command shell is loaded, the autoexec.bat file is processed.

  • How to use TinyWeb Server on Windows?

    One of the best features about TinyWeb server is that the webmaster can launch multiple tiny web browsers at any given point in time. All these features make this a very handy tool on Windows for those who feel restricted while working with their usual servers.

  • What is a Daemon: in Linux

    There exist many types of operating systems and each has specific front end and back end programs with varying compatible troubleshooting features similar to Linux. Most people may not be aware of Daemon Log, but it's actually quite helpful when using any operating system.

  • How to copy a Macro into a blank cell

    In this article we will show you an example of a Macro that can copy data in the next blank cell. Using this example you should then be able to apply the solution to a specific problem that you have.