Archive for February, 2010
Unlike Microsoft Word, WordPerfect can convert documents into HTML that is almost good enough to use on the web. This article was written several years ago now so the versions of the software and HTML that it refers to are fairly dated but the same situation probably still applies today with the latest versions of […]
This pocket sized reference covers a whole three versions of HTML. There are the old obsolete HTML 3.2 codes (as permitted under the HTML 4 transitional doctype), the current standard HTML 4 (strict) codes, and the preliminary draft HTML 5 codes. They are all labelled as to which version they apply to but are unfortunately […]
The initial series of tutorials on using NVU to create standards compliant web pages comes to an end with this eleventh tutorial which covers how to actually publish the pages that you have created to your web site. At this point if you have worked your way through from tutorial one you will know how […]
Windows NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 7 is not the same operating system as DOS / Windows 95 / 98 / SE / ME. While some DOS commands can be run at the command prompt, others cannot. On the following page you will find a complete list of all of […]
One topic I haven’t added to in quite a while is the one on C++ programming. In this article I discuss how to start up a second program from within a C++ program. There are two ways of doing this depending on how you want the two programs to interact. Using EXEC and SPAWN to […]
One of the big benefits to Object Oriented Programming is being able to define classes that can be reused from one project in another. A class library takes this even further by providing a prewritten set of classes that can be used in all your projects. What is a Class Library?