Learn C in 24 Hours

Hey there!
Do you want to learn C?

C is a general-purpose, high-level programming language. Programming in C is very easy, with less commands to remember. Programs written in C can be easily understood, as the commands in C are taken from human languages.

I too wanted to learn C, but in less time. After a long search at the WWW, I got this ebook titled “Learn C Programming in 24 Hours” & thought to share it here with you all. This ebook consists of 24 chapters, each of an hour. It as a well-planned ebook that follows a step-by-step procedure to make learning C easier.

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XAMPP: The Ultimate Web Development Tool

XAMPPSetting up a Apache Server is not an easy job…and it can take up a lot of brain if you have to use languages such as PHP or Perl on your Apache Server. XAMPP is the solution for Web Developers who want a Local Web Server, which they can use even without access to Internet…

My Story

I came to know about XAMPP through a friend of mine, who is a Web Developer. He insisted me to use XAMPP for testing PHP scripts and trying out new things on Hacker’s Lane, on the Local Web Server. At first I thought it would be a mess and I won’t be able to install a Local Web Server for developing things. Later I realized that it was a very easy job to install a Web Server using XAMPP & now, I am using XAMPP and I’ve to say, its Awesome!

What is XAMPP?

XAMPP is a free, open source , cross-platform web server package develped by Apache Friends. It mainly consists of Apache Web (HTTP) Server & MySQL Database. XAMPP also supports PHP and Perl, it has interpreters for scripts written in those languages.

What does XAMPP mean?

XAMPP is an acronym for: X=cross-platform, A=Apache HTTP server, M=MySQL, P=PHP, P=Perl.

What are its uses?

It’s used to serve Dynamic Pages. XAMPP is mainly used for Web Development Projects. Amazingly, XAMPP is sometimes also used to serve Dynamic Pages on the WWW.

XAMPP can also be used for creating and manipulating MySQL Databases.

Thats it for now, in my further posts, I would be posting on how to install, configure and use XAMPP as a Local Web Server on your PC. (Subscribe to RSS to be informed about the upcoming posts…)

Some Simple VBS Scripts

Nowadays working on VBS…Some Simple OneS!
Save them all as “.vbs” and don’t forget to save as “All Files” to make it work!
Script 1: Alerter
This pops-up a message on the computer, with the message you type along with the Title.
lol=msgbox(“Your message over Here!”,20,”Title comes here!”)
Replace the message and the Title; save it as “something.vbs”…Send to others and enjoy!

This could really become freaking if you type some good messages over there…I had written in the message that “Your computer is hacked by HacK_MiNDeD…Crash Computer?” and the title “Critical Error”….

I tried it by sending to someone on yahoo as “hackingtools.vbs”…that guy really thought that I had hacked him…he started shouting and even told me that he would report it to his ISP…

Script 2: Dancing CD-ROM
Freak Title?…Can you imagine CD-ROM dancing in its own Style….I mean Coming out and going in!! [:)]
The Code:(Save it as “something.vbs”)

Set oWMP = CreateObject(“WMPlayer.OCX.7” )
Set colCDROMs = oWMP.cdromCollection
if colCDROMs.Count >= 1 then
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
Next ‘ cdrom
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
Next ‘ cdrom
End If

The only way to stop the CD-ROM from doing all it is…
Goto Task Manger (Ctrl + Alt + Del) and in the ‘processes’ tab, find “wscript.exe” and end/kill/close it!

Script 3: Type, Type & Type!
This script keeps on typing the message you write over there….as if you’ll be controlling his Keyboard…
Really messy script…
Set wshShell = wscript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
wscript.sleep 100
wshshell.sendkeys “Your Mess-age here!”

Did you notice that the last two projects contain the command “loop” in the last line?
I’ll explain now what ‘loop’ is…
Oh well..The command loop tells the computer to repeat the same command untilll..(you specify it to)
And as you can notice, we didn’t specify anything/case so it goes on repeating!
Have Fun…!