Evolution Of Networking

  Evolution of networking started way back in 1969 by the development of first network called Arpanet, which led to the development of internet.   ARPANET v     The Seeds Of Today’s Internet Were Planted In 1969,When U.S. Department Of Defense Sponsored A Project Named ARPANET(Advanced Research Projects Agency Network). v     The Goal Of This Project Was To Connect Computers At Different Universities And U.S. Defense. v     Soon, The Engineers, Scientists, Students...
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How to Fix / Resolve Printer Spooler Problem in Windows 7

Printer Spooler problem (Printer Spooler does’t support ) is a general problem occurred in Windows Operating System. If you don’t know about right method to resolve it then it will become big problem for you. Because of this problem/error printer and operating system could not connect or could not create bridge between printer and operating system.   What is Spooler In computing SPOOL is an acronym for simultaneous peripheral operations on-line. It is a...
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How to Install Apache for Windows

Because it’s the most popular Web server in use, you might think that Apache is a complicated piece of software. but it’s not difficult at all.   Installing Apache  for Windows is a simple task, due in great part to the Installation Wizard distributed by the Apache Group Whether you’re using Windows 95,98,2000, XP, NT, Vista or Windows 7-8, the installation process of the precompiled binaries is definitely the way to...
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How to Install MySQL for Linux

The installation process of MySQL 5.6.x (community) on Linux, using the distribution from MySQL AB. if you’re using another flavor of UNIX, download appropriate files and follow the instructions included with the distribution.   The recommended installation method for MySQL is with RPM’s. There are several RPM’s that make up a full distribution, but  for a minimal installation you need the following ;   MySQL-server-VERSION.i386.rmp-The MySQL server. MySQL-client-VERSION.i386.rpm-The standard MySQL client programs. To download these...
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What is Increment and Decrement Operators

Increment and Decrement Operators C++ provides two Unary Operators for incrementing and decrementing variables values by 1. Increment Operator ++ Decrement Operator  — These Operators operate on one Operand and used in two modes. 1)      Postfix Mode 2)      Prefix Mode Postfix Mode: When increment and Decrement operator appear after the operands, the corresponding operation is called Postfix Increment and Postfix Decrement. Postfix increment and decrement are performed on the basis of...
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How to create a Test Table in MySQL

Go to the Windows Start menu, choose Run, type  mysql -u root -p, and press Enter. The program will then prompt you for the password.           When the MySQL, Monitor starts, it provides its own prompt. At this prompt (mysql>), you type commands used to create tables, explain tables, insert data, select data, and so on. Get used to ending your commands with a semicolon (;)  because it’s...
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How to Testing your MySQL Installation

When using MySQL with PHP, you’ll issue the same types of commands, only within the context of the PHP code.   Starting MySQL To start MySQL manually,  go to the Windows Start menu, choose Run, type c:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.6\bin\mysql-nt.exe And press Enter.   The MySQL process will now be running in the background. you can now connect to MySQL and create database and tables.   Creating a Test Database Before going any further, you...
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How to use conditional operator in c++.

Conditional Operator The conditional operator is also called Ternary Arithmetic Operator as it takes 3 Operands. We can use the conditional operator to create short expression that works like if/else statements. The operator consists of the question-mark (?) and the colon (:). The syntax is given below: Syntax: Conditional expression? True expression: False expression Example:             a < 0 ? b = 100 : c = 200 ;                                 It works like If-Else...
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