It seems odd to me that there is goto in ANSI C, and, Assembl[y][er] code uses JMPs and BRAs in absolute, relative with and without offsets etc... and yet it is frowned upon.
It's the legacy of an old war. Many generations of programmers learned BASIC or worse and never recovered. Ask them to use C, and they'd write one giant main(), 50,000 lines long, without structure -- just labels, gotos, and as many local variables as the compiler permits. They might use loops, or those might be written with goto's too.
If you don't program that way, ignore them, they're not talking to you.
I have a requirement to get the address values from a large log file along with the user details.
line1,line2,city,stateCode,postalCode,countryCode. The below code as advised in the earlier post is giving the user data
zgrep -B1 "Failed to calculate Tax" log.2018-05-23.gz | grep... (8 Replies)
I have the below to direct the values to a xml file,
echo "<xml version="1.0">" >> /root/xml/sample.xml
but when the check the sample.xml file, the output looks like the below one(without double quotes)
but i want the output like
Any help on... (8 Replies)
I have scheduled couple of shell scripts to run using 'at' command.
The o/p of at -l is:
$ at -l
1320904800.a Thu Nov 10 01:00:00 2011
1320894000.a Wed Nov 9 22:00:00 2011
1320876000.a Wed Nov 9 17:00:00 2011
$ uname -a
SunOS dc2prcrptetl2 5.9 Generic_122300-54 sun4u sparc... (2 Replies)
We have a website running on a local centos 5.4 surfer, static IP.
The domain.com uses no-ip.com to take care of the DNS, it forwards all to my server.
My router receives the port 80 call, routes it to my server and the world can see domain.com perfectly fine.
However, we cannot see... (3 Replies)
I stumbled across a somewhat strange behavior of tar and find no explanation for it: i was testing a DVD for read errors and thought to simply tar the content and direct the output to /dev/null:
tar -cvf - /my/mountpoint/*ts > /dev/null
This way i expected the system to read the complete... (4 Replies)
being ordinary user (not having any administrative rights) can avail myself a facility to know who logged and logged out with their timings get popped onto my terminal as if it get echo 'ed... (3 Replies)
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woof(1) General Commands Manual woof(1)NAME
woof - A small, simple, stupid webserver to share files
woof [options] file
woof is a tool to copy files between hosts. It can serve a specified file on HTTP,just for a given number of times, and then shutdown. It
can be easily used to share files across the computers on a net, and given that the other ends should have just a browser, it can share
stuff between different operating system, or different devices (e.g.: a smartphone). It can also show a simple html form in order to upload
a file. commands.
A summary of options is included below.
-h Show summary of options.
IP address to share the file
Port to be used to share the file
Number of times to share the file
Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with gzip compression
Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with bzip2 compression
Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with ZIP compression
Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with no compression
-s Used to distribute woof itself
-U woof provides an upload form and allows uploading files
woof was written by Simon Budig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This manual page was written by Andrea Colangelo <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).
Last Modified: September 12, 2010 woof(1)