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June 3, 2011

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 2:33 am
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Here is one senario about using network shared folders. One application requires a configuration file. The application has been used in our intranet environment with many users. Many users use the same configuration. It is preferable to put the configuration file on a shared network folder. I need to find a efficient way to let user be able to access to the file.

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May 16, 2011

Evernote Shared Link

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 12:27 am
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Evernote is one of my favourite web services. I have taken a lots of notes about my programming experience and snip of codes. Recently Evernote announced that it adds public link to any private notes, as well as public ones. That’s nice feature.

Here is one note I made last week about my experience to use console command to make to a network shared folder. With this tip, I can control the accessibility of sub folders. This node is from my public notebook: .Net

To test sharing of private note, here is my private note about Mac OS tip: Fix Failed Install.

This blog is also published in my David Chu’s Programming Blogger.

February 22, 2011

Tip: Delay Seconds in Batch Script

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 1:03 am
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I found this tip to delay batch progress by seconds. PING is a commonly used MS-DOS command for checking a TCP/IP client. By using PING’s -n and -w options, it simulates a time delay for its running.

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