vb.Net - Regular Expression Tester Every now and then I find another use for a regular expression. For those not familiar with regular expressions, they can be as cryptic to read as strings of Greek letters. Simply put, regular expressions are just patterns. If you've ever used the DOS command shell `dir` command then you have likely used patterns, albeit simple ones. For example: dir d:\temp\pic*.jpg lists all files in the given folder that start with the letters `pic` and end with a `.jpg` extension. While the `dir` command allows only `?` and `*` wildcards, regular expressions allow you to …

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About 3 days ago. My laptop started behaving strangely (I'm on it, right now). I let it fall couple of times, but that was really some time ago about 3 months. Everything worked fine, no errors, crashes, "instant deaths". But recently, as said, 3 days ago. Laptop popped me out a message on pre-Windows level (looks like BIOS), telling me literally " > RTC battery is low. > Press F2 key to set date/time. So I thought, okay, I will set the time and go on with my life. But then I went in a game (lateron I found out …

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I was informed not to use HomeGroups, instead use regular Networking ! I've given all computers the same workgroup name as was suggested instead of using Homegroups, specifically a Windows7 computer can see the shared folders on a Windows8.1 computer, but the Window8.1 computer can't see the folders on the Windows7 computer ? Aswell the Windows8.1 computer (client) can't access the NAS, but the Windows7 computer (host) can. If I try to map a NAS as a network drive on the Windows8.1 computer, I get this error; the NAS has it's own unique IP and is connected, **not to a …

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Here's dish. When I submit a form, it straight up crashes my site on my network. Here are the details. 1. The form submits to itself. The form is on site.php (fictional name for reference on this post) and the action= "site.php". 2. When it crashes, it crashes for every page on my site I try to visit. Other sites work. And it's only on my network. While it's in crash mode, others on different networks can visit the site. ANd it doesn't fully crash on my mobile network. Just for site.php. 3. I have to fully reboot the modem …

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On certain websites you can order laptops, and sometimes even they allow you to change certain parts of it. Let's take the example of HDD, the website offered quite an amount of types of HDD's. The largest HDD they can deliver to the laptop is 2TB, could I instead ask them to let the slot open, and then buy let's say 860EB and put it in. * Will Linux adapt these entire 860EB? Will it be able to write to this disk as it could to normal 2TB disk? Is there no limitation to amount of data understood? Entire 860EB …

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I have this regular struct struct Person{ char *name; int age; } and I should do some regular stuff like, input size, create dynamic array of persons , and take user input for this person. But the problem, as you can see is how do I input in name pointer; I tried using buffer and simply pointing name to that buffer, yeah that works until buffer goes out of scope and destroys it self(at least I think he does..). Then I made global buffer and it works fine,but only for 1 person object, obviusly. Only soultion is to make global …

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Hi, I have a friend who has a small business and he asked me to help him setup a FileServer where they can store all their files and back up all their files. So far they have been doing all the work thru some consulting co. who has been ripping them off. Here is their Current Setup. Modem>>Router/Firewall>>Switches/Epbax>>Users IBM Server X3200 M3 Xeon(which they want me to setup for File server,Just connected to the Switches) They have a BYOD setup,so they all have Laptops and Computers with Admin rights. They dont have AD, DC or FileServer Setup. They Do have …

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Im working on a code that loops through a folder break up the file names in it into specific parts and then reads off sertain parts of the broken name and writes it to a csv sile. The files ser formated as follows test_PAQT_B2H.csv, test_PAQT_B4.csv, and test_PINI_B1H.csv. when it jsut has one file type like just AQT files it works fine but when there is INI files in it when it writes to the csv file for results it writes the ini file multiple times messing up the readability of the data. I jsut want to know how to get …

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