Archive for March, 2012

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

AMP Superannuation Warning

While the AMP web site indicates that you can change future allocations to your superannuation fund independently of current allocations, doing so will result in them changing your current allocations without your permission unless you can accurately predict what movements to the fund values will occur by the time the request is actioned. I recommend […]

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Updated Pages

Four pages updated this week: Naming Form Fields Form Actions Filling a Table Cell Becoming a Hacker

Monday, March 26th, 2012

“Programming Perl”

When you start with a new programming language you need a book to teach you the basics. As time goes on you need a reference book and possibly a book covering the more advanced topics that are harder to understand. So where does the book “Programming Perl” fit if you are planning to learn how […]

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Removing Duplicates Using DFSORT

The mainframe sort utility program can do a lot more than just sort the records in your file. It can also be used to test for and remove duplicates. Removing Duplicates Using DFSORT

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Selecting More than One File

Often when processing files under Windows, you want to perform the same action on more than one file. In this tutorial we look at how you can select all of the files you want to perform that action on so as to do it all at once. Selecting More than One File

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

This Week’s updates

Not so many new pages this week but lots of updated ones. Mainframe – Different Length Redefinitions Security – Expired Certificates OOP – OOP Hierarchy Windows – Disable Password HTML – Adjusting for Different Resolutions JavaScript – Passwords and JavaScript OS/2 – Installing Another Operating System JavaScript – Changing Font Sizes

Monday, March 19th, 2012

“Practical Malware Analysis”

This is a huge book with a lot of in depth information. Fortunately it is broken up into a large number of smaller topics that you can learn one at a time. My review of “Practical Malware Analysis” should help you to determine whether you need this book.

Friday, March 16th, 2012

CSS – To Hack or Not to Hack

Back in the early days of stylesheets support for the various commands varied somewhat between browsers. Quite a number of browsers also had quirks where they misinterpreted stylesheet commands either ignoring an invalid character and processing a command that ought to be ignored or by not recognising a valid character and so not processing a […]

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

This week’s Updates

The following pages have been significantly updated this week. HTML – Getting Started with a Web Site Mainframe – TSQs HTML – Javascript and MySpace/Facebook etc Windows – Multiple Accounts

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Getting Aussie Business Online

MYOB and Google have teamed up to provide a free way for all Australian businesses to get their own web site complete with their own domain name. All you need in order to be able to get such a site is an ABN (Australian Business Number). Simply go to “Getting Business Online” and press […]