Category Archive: Computer Science

Mostly programming and coding work related to PHP, HTML, Java, C#, Python and any other that I come across. May also include consumer level articles.

Dec 08 2013

Searching Multiple Documents

At work, at school or even at home, often we have to read though multiple files to find specific texts or objects. When there are more than one file to search, most users would open and search each file one at a time. But time is invaluable and most of us rather do anything but …

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Nov 04 2013

Google Custom Search Refinements

Google is a very popular search engine. One of the driving forces behind the popularity is the Google Inc’s generous offers such as free site based search. The Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) is a such free Webmaster tool. It allows the site owners to integrate the powerful Google search system into their website. I …

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Sep 15 2013

Rooting an Android

Some of you may have heard about the term “root” or “rooting” with regards to Android mobile Operating System. This term is not something new to computer and software geeks. Root is the most fundamental level in a UNIX or Linux based operating system. In order to install some apps and to tweak the behavior …

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Aug 09 2013

Ordinary tech heroes

The dictionary definition for the term hero reads; a person who, in the opinions of others, has heroic qualities or has performed heroic acts and is regarded as a ideal or model for the rest of the community. The classical definition implies that you know the person well enough to identify the hero. If you …

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Jun 03 2013

Enable the Num Lock at startup

This is a very common question I get from my friends. I have no idea why Microsoft didn’t make this easier since they can just add a button to the toolbar. I am aware of the fact that this is probably on several different websites. Having too many well explained documents on this never going …

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