Tag Archives: Linux

English Phrase Creation Game Primer Tutorial

There’s one last Linux and Mac OS X dictionary files concept to augment what we left off yesterday with English Phrase Guessing Game Primer Tutorial. It concerns the dictionary file … /usr/share/dict/connectives … which contains a list of those very … Continue reading

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English Phrase Guessing Game Primer Tutorial

Following on from yesterday’s First Name Guessing Game for Two Primer Tutorial exploring more regarding Linux and Mac OS X dictionary file arrangements we want to tell you about another such resource available to you in the form of the … Continue reading

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First Name Guessing Game for Two Primer Tutorial

It may not be immediately imaginable what would be the synergies between today’s proposed “First Name Guessing Game for Two” and Word Guessing Game for Two Primer Tutorial‘s “Word Guessing Game for Two”. Other than that a First Name is … Continue reading

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Linux diff PDF Tutorial

Today it’s time to talk PDF (Portable Document Format) and an extremely useful PDF generation class for PHP called Fpdf adding on to yesterday’s Linux diff Supervisor Tutorial‘s very limited report output format choices. So now we can output reports … Continue reading

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Linux diff Supervisor Tutorial

Do you remember long ago our “start of regime” trying to show you, as users, the code differences as we go through a project when we presented the Linux diff Primer Tutorial starring the Linux (or unix) diff command? Well, … Continue reading

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Python and Perl ftp Download Tutorial

The Three Ps ride again today, building on yesterday’s Perl ftp and the Three Ps Tutorial and adding in the ability to download a single file at a time as a “Download” scenario … in modern parlance … though in … Continue reading

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Perl ftp and the Three Ps Tutorial

Yesterday’s Python ftp Primer Tutorial is given a “return of the Three Ps” feel today. Yes, we code some Perl to do similar ftp listing logic as we did with Python yesterday, so that … PHP supervises ftp listing functionality … Continue reading

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Python ftp Primer Tutorial

Python is a great server side language to learn. Some web server configurations use it as their “go to” server language, though ours here at rjmprogramming.com.au uses PHP (and so we’ve written a PHP “supervisor” to dovetail with today’s Python … Continue reading

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