• Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Volume 2 - Student Guide

    Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I Volume 2 - Student Guide

    Data is manipulated, or modified, by the DML class of SQL statements: INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, and MERGE. These statements execute as part of a transaction, which starts with the first successful DML statement and ends with either a COMMIT or ROLLBACK command. A transaction is either entirely committed or entirely rolled back. In addition to the explicit COMMIT or ROLLBACK commands, they can also occur implicitly. For example, rollback may...

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  • JavaScript For Dummies

    JavaScript For Dummies

    Responding to reader feedback, the author has thoroughly revamped the book with more step-by-step coverage of JavaScript basics, an exclusive focus on Internet Explorer, and many complete sample scripts Updated to cover JavaScript 1.5, the latest release of this popular Web scripting language Using lots of examples, including a sample working Web site, the book shows how to create dynamic and interactive pages, build entire...

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  • Macromedia Flash 8 for Dummies

    Macromedia Flash 8 for Dummies

    Welcome to Macromedia Flash 8 For Dummies, your friendly Webanimation companion. In this book, we explain in plain English how to make the most of Flash to create stunning Web site animations. Macromedia Flash 8 For Dummies aims to give you all the information you need to start using Flash right away — with no hassle.

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  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence UNLEASHED

    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence UNLEASHED

    Business intelligence (BI) has been around for many more years than you might think. Decision support systems (DSS) and executive information systems (EIS) from the 1970s and 1980s, along with artificial intelligence (AI) systems from the 1990s, can now all be considered as part of what BI comprises today.

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 11: Multiple Classes and Inheritance

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 11: Multiple Classes and Inheritance

    Select the object that will be selected when program execution begins. In the example, this is the txtStudentID MaskedTextBox object. Scroll in the Properties window until the TabIndex property is visible and then double-click in the right column of the TabIndex property Type 1 and then press the ENTER key Select the object which should be selected when the user presses the Tab key. In the sample program, the txtStudentName TextBox object...

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic 2005

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic 2005

    Start and customize Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition Create a Visual Basic 2005 Windows-based application Manage the windows in the IDE Set the properties of an object Restore a property to its default setting

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  • Speak English like an American

    Speak English like an American

    What's the secret to speaking English better? It's mastery of those tricky idioms and phrases that are so common in English. And learning these idioms and phrases will not only help you speak better, it'll help you understand Americans better. In this course, you'll join an American family as they go about their day-to-day lives. Along the way, you will master over 300 of today's most common English idioms and expressions! Discover why...

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  • Pro Spring Batch

    Pro Spring Batch

    When I graduated from Northern Illinois University back in 2001 after spending most of the previous two years working on COBOL, mainframe Assembler, and Job Control Language (JCL), I took a job as a consultant to learn Java. I specifically took that position because of the opportunity to learn Java when it was the hot new thing. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be back writing about batch processing. I’m sure most Java developers...

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  • IIIustrated C# 2012

    IIIustrated C# 2012

    The purpose of this book is to teach you the syntax and semantics of the C# programming language in as clear a manner as possible. C# is a wonderful programming language! I love coding in it. I don’t know how many programming languages I’ve learned over the years, but C# is by far my favorite. I hope that by using this book, you can gain an appreciation for C#’s beauty and elegance.

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 3: Using Variables and Constants

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 3: Using Variables and Constants

    Declare variables and named constants Assign data to an existing variable Convert string data to a numeric data type using the TryParse method Convert numeric data to a different data type using the Convert class methods Explain the scope and lifetime of variables and named constants Explain the purpose of the Option Explicit and Option Strict statements

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  • History of Programming Languages-II

    History of Programming Languages-II

    In 1978, the ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) sponsored a Conference on the History of Programming Languages (HOPL). Papers were prepared and presentations made at a Conference in Los Angeles, California. The Program Committee selected thirteen languages that met the criteria of having been in use for at least 10 years, had significant influence, and were still in use. The languages were: ALGOL, APL, APT, BASIC,...

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  • SIP Trunking Migrating from TDM to IP for Business to Business Communication

    SIP Trunking Migrating from TDM to IP for Business to Business Communication

    Most large enterprises have switched to IP telephony, and service provider backbone networks have largely converted to VoIP transport. But there's a key missing link: most businesses still connect to their service providers via old-fashioned, inflexible TDM trunks. Now, three Cisco experts show how to use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking to eliminate legacy interconnects and gain the full benefits of end-to-end VoIP. Written for...

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