Someone I know started using Open Office because they were told it was a free program that was compatible with Microsoft Word files (which it is). What they were not told was that you need to specifically choose to save your documents in Word format if you want people with MS Word to be able […]
Archive for October, 2012
Photoshop Elements is a far more powerful program than it might at first appear to be. This book explains in great detail all the things that the program can do when it comes to handling your photos. Read more about what I think of the book Photoshop Elements 11 The Missing Manual.
One of the main ways that mainframe computers provide for interactive programs is via CICS (pronounced “kicks”). This reference page lists all of the common commands that you are likely to need to use in writing a CICS program including all of the parameters that can be specified with these commands. CICS commands
When you are defining the fields for your database tables you will have a lot of fields that contain text. In this article we look at the difference between defining those fields as char or varchar and the situations where one may be better than the other. Of course you may be using a database […]