Lets jump right in and look at this live demo.
Ok, lets look at the code now. The HTML structure is something like this:
Things are getting weirder.
document.body.style.background = “url(images/middle-bg.jpg)”;
document.body.style.background-position = “center”;
document.body.style.background-repeat = “no-repeat”;
AND IT WAS NOT WORKING!!
I tried variations, searched the forums. There were variations like
Ok, so what’s an Antenna?
An Antenna is a transitional structure between free space and the guiding device.
In simple terms, Antenna is a structure which takes the signals from the guiding device and transmits into free space.
So how did it came into being? Let’s reflect upon it’s history. Continue reading
If you are using a laptop with a camera. Then this is how one can open the camera in MATLAB.
Web cameras are viewed by Matlab as adapters. So to use the webcam we need to know the adapter name of our webcam. In most cases it’s “winvideo”
So to know that: we type the following command.
So easily one can see that the installed adapters in my system are ‘coreco’ and ‘winvideo’
Now to use that adapter we need to make an object for it. This is how it’s done:
This creates an object to handle the web cam and can be henceforth used to operate the webcam.
The following simple command lets you preview the camera output.
voila, Now don’t blush. 🙂
ROM : Read Only Memory
PROM : Programmable Read Only Memory
It had me confused for some time. But now I know for sure.
The similarity between ROM and PROM is that the program can be burned only once in both of them and it stays there forever. For the difference part, there are two major differences:
1. When the power is turned off to the system, PROM retains the data in it while it is erased in case of ROM
2. While to program is burned in ROM at the time of manufacture, in the case of PROM, nothing inside the memory at the time of manufacture. For burning program into it, a special hardware is required known as PROM programmer or PROM burner.
I couldn’t find a proper video programming the PROM, but here is something similar for EPROM.
PS: Hey, an interesting thing about EPROM is that it is erased using ultraviolet light. Fancy watching that live.
Here’s what I have after an evening head-scratching finding some way to allow users having gmail accounts to share files with google groups, since now the file sharing feature is being discontinued.
Yeah I know, you might shout at me to use yahoo groups instead. But hey reconsider the conditions highlighted in the above statement.
I wouldn’t mind a little appreciation. 🙂
Cool, so after some frustrated googling, I found out a way to give spaces in html. Usually if you give lots of space between text in html it shows up as only one space.
To give more than one space, one can use this character:
So if in HTML editor, I write something like:
then in the html page it will show up as:
That’s where comes in handy. So instead of space you’ll have to write something like:
to produce the desired effect.