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PHP 7 Reference Guide 1.10
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PHP is a popular general-purpose scripting language that isespecially suited to web development.The PHP Reference Guideprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.- Getting Started- Installation andConfiguration- Language Reference- Security- Features- FunctionReference- PHP at the Core: A Hacker's Guide- FAQ- AppendicesYouwill find all this section offline without any internet connectionand lean DB easily anywhere and anytime.
Lua 5.3 Language Reference 1.13
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Lua is a powerful, efficient, lightweight, embeddable scriptinglanguage. It supports procedural programming, object-orientedprogramming, functional programming, data-driven programming, anddata description. The Lua Reference Manual provides beginners witha simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of Contents1 – Introduction2 – Basic Concepts3 – TheLanguage4 – The Application Program Interface5 – The AuxiliaryLibrary6 – Standard Libraries7 – Lua Standalone8 –Incompatibilities with the Previous Version9 – The Complete Syntaxof Lua You will find all this section offline without any internetconnection and learn Lua Language easily anywhere and anytime.
Console, Admob, Adsense Viewer 1.12
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Android Developer Console, Admob and Adsense Viewer.You can movebetween your google accounts easily by selecting pop-up menu.So,you can conviniently check your developer console, Admob, Adsensecontents.The contents being viewed can be saved as a PDF file.Thetext font size can be adjusted.
HTML 5.1 Reference 1.4
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HTML5 is a markup language used for structuring and presentingcontent on the World Wide Web. It is the fifth and current versionof the HTML standard.The HTML 5.1 Reference provides beginners witha simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of Contents1 Introduction2 Common infrastructure3Semantics, structure, and APIs of HTML documents4 The elements ofHTML5 User interaction6 Loading Web pages 6.1 Browsing contexts7Web application APIs 8 The HTML syntax9 The XHTML syntax10Rendering11 Obsolete features 12 IANA considerations You will findall this section offline without any internet connection and leanDB easily anywhere and anytime.
ffmpeg Reference Manual 1.5
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ffmpeg is a complete, cross-platform solution to record, convertand stream audio and video.The ffmpeg Reference Manual providesbeginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and expertswill find advanced details they need.In this you will see thefollowing things below.Table of Contents1. Command Line ToolsDocumentation - ffmpeg: ffmpeg tool - ffmpeg-all: ffmpeg tool andFFmpeg components - ffplay: ffplay tool - ffplay-all: ffplay tooland FFmpeg components - ffprobe: ffprobe tool - ffprobe-all:ffprobe tool and FFmpeg components - ffserver: ffserver tool -ffserver-all: ffserver tool and FFmpeg components - sample ffserverconfiguration file2. Components Documentation - Utilities - Videoscaling and pixel format converter - Audio resampler - Encoders anddecoders (codecs) - Bitstream filters - Muxers and demuxers(formats) - Protocols - Input and output devices - Filters3.Libraries Documentation - libavutil - libswscale - libswresample -libavcodec - libavformat - libavdevice - libavfilter4. GeneralDocumentation - Frequently Asked Questions - Supported ExternalLibraries, Formats, Codecs or Features - Platform SpecificInformation - Developer Documentation - Git How-To - FATE FFmpegAutomated Testing EnvironmentYou will find all this section offlinewithout any internet connection and learn ffmpeg easily anywhereand anytime.
Linux GDB (Debugger) Manual 1.9
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GDB is the GNU Project debugger, allows you to see what is going on`inside' another program while it executes -- or what anotherprogram was doing at the moment it crashed. The GDB Full ReferenceGuide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics,and experts will find advanced details they need.In this you willsee the following things below.1 A Sample gdb Session2 Getting Inand Out of gdb3 gdb Commands4 Running Programs Under gdb5 Stoppingand Continuing6 Running programs backward7 Recording Inferior'sExecution and Replaying It8 Examining the Stack9 Examining SourceFiles10 Examining Data11 Debugging Optimized Code12 C PreprocessorMacros13 Tracepoints14 Debugging Programs That Use Overlays15 Usinggdb with Different Languages16 Examining the Symbol Table18 gdbFiles19 Specifying a Debugging Target20 Debugging Remote Programs21Configuration-Specific Information22 Controlling gdb23 Extendinggdb24 Command Interpreters25 gdb Text User Interface26 Using gdbunder gnu Emacs27 The gdb/mi Interface28 gdb Annotations29 JITCompilation Interface30 In-Process Agent31 Reporting Bugs in gdb32Command Line Editing33 Using History InteractivelyYou will find allthis section offline without any internet connection and lean DBeasily anywhere and anytime.
Gawk Reference Guide 1.10
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The awk utility interprets a special-purpose programming languagethat makes it possible to handle simple data-reformatting jobs withjust a few lines of code. The Gawk Reference Guide providesbeginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and expertswill find advanced details they need.In this you will see thefollowing things below.Part I: The awk Language 1 Getting Startedwith awk 2 Running awk and gawk 3 Regular Expressions 4 ReadingInput Files 5 Printing Output 6 Expressions 7 Patterns, Actions,and Variables 8 Arrays in awk 9 Functions Part II: Problem Solvingwith awk 10 A Library of awk Functions 11 Practical awk ProgramsPart III: Moving Beyond Standard awk with gawk 12 Advanced Featuresof gawk 13 Internationalization with gawk 14 Debugging awk Programs15 Arithmetic and Arbitrary-Precision Arithmetic with gawk 16Writing Extensions for gawk Part IV: Appendices Appendix A TheEvolution of the awk Language Appendix B Installing gawk Appendix CImplementation Notes Appendix D Basic Programming Concepts You willfind all this section offline without any internet connection andlean DB easily anywhere and anytime.
GDB Quick Reference Guide 1.8
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GDB is the GNU Project debugger, allows you to see what is going on`inside' another program while it executes -- or what anotherprogram was doing at the moment it crashed. The GDB Quick ReferenceGuide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics,and experts will find advanced details they need.In this you willsee the following things below.• Breakpoint and watchpointmanagement • Checkpoint-related commands• Debugged programsettings• Disassembly-related commands• Execution control commands•Expression evaluating commands• Information displaying comands•Shared library commands• Stack-related commandsYou will find allthis section offline without any internet connection and lean DBeasily anywhere and anytime.
C, C++ Developers Handbook 1.12
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This manual describes the various tools required for compilation.Inthis you will see the following things below.- autoconf- automake-binutils (ar, nm, objcopy, objdump, ranlib, strip, addr2line ... )-bison (Parser Generator like yacc)- cpp (C Propressor)- gcc (GNU CCompiler)- gdb (GNU Debugger)- gprof(GNU Profiler)- flex (ScannerGenerator)- libtool- m4 (Macro Processor)- make- manpage (StandardC function reference)You will find all this section offline withoutany internet connection and learn compiler tools easily anywhereand anytime.
Python Reference Guide (3.6) 1.21
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Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programminglanguage with dynamic semantics.The Python Reference Guide providesbeginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and expertswill find advanced details they need.In this you will see thefollowing things below.- Tutorial- Library Reference- LanguageReference- Python Setup and Usage- Python HOWTOs- Installing PythonModules- Distributing Python Modules- Extending and Embedding-Python/C API- FAQsYou will find all this section offline withoutany internet connection and lean DB easily anywhere and anytime.
한국사 강좌 다시보기 모음 1.32
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한국사 강좌를 볼 수 있습니다. [강의 목록] 1. 최태성 한국사 능력 검정 시험 중급 총 70강 (350편) 2.최태성 한국사 능력 검정 시험 고급 총 87강 3. 설민석 영화로 보는 한국사 총 17강 4. 설민석 십장생 한국사 총13강 (외장 뷰어 사용) 5. 이야기 한국사 6. 김영준 하루만에 끝내는 한국사 7. 김영준 10분 한국사 기초 8.9급공무원 한국사 이론/문제 [오석우] 인강 9. 고졸검정고시 단기 국사 이론강의 You can see thecourse of Korean history. [Lesson List 1. choetaeseong KoreanHistory Proficiency Test Intermediate total of 70 steel (350pieces) 2. choetaeseong Korean History Proficiency Test total of 87luxury river 3. Description Korean history, a total of 17 rivers towatch movies Minseok 4. Description Minseok sipjangsaeng Koreanhistory, a total of 13 steel (using an external viewer) 5. Thestory of Korean history 6. Kim Youngjun, finishing in just one dayKorean History 7. Kim Youngjun 10 minutes based on Korean history8.9 grade civil servants Korean history, theory / problem [OhSeokwoo] ingang 9. Theory of History teaching junior high schoolGED
당구 강좌 (4구, 3구) 모음 1.37
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 당구 강좌를 볼 수 있습니다. [강의 목록] - 양귀문 4구 강좌 총 38강 - 양귀문3구 강좌 총 28강 - 김원상 기초 강좌 총 10강 - 김원상 중급 강좌 총 14강 - 김원상 고급 강좌 총 8강 -김원상 실정 당구 풀이 총 21강 - 김원상 모이치기 기초 총 28강 - 빌리어즈 TV 3구 강좌 57편 - 닥스김의당구 TV 강좌 140편 - 강상구의 당구 강좌 50편 - 3C Laboratory 강좌 137편 -난구풀이/예술구/세계대회 75편 개발자연락처 +825080547881 It provides the followingfunctions. - List of video lectures by category - Video Search -Full screen playback - Add to Favorites - Manage your last playvideo tutorial You can see the billiard course. [List of Lectures]- A total of 38 courses - A total of 28 seminar courses - Kim WonSang Basic Lecture Total 10 Lectures - Kim Won-sang Intermediatecourse Total 14 lectures - Kim Won Sang advanced course total 8lectures - Kim, Won-sang, Jeong-jeong, a total of 21 pools - Kim,Won-Sang, Moi-Gi - Billiards TV 3 classes 57 - Daks Kim's 140billiard TV courses - 50 billiard courses in Kangsang-gu - 3CLaboratory lectures 137 - 75th edition of Kung-gup Pyeong / ArtsDistrict / World Congress Developer contact +825080547881
Git (Version Control) Manual 1.8
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Git is a free and open source distributed version control systemdesigned to handle everything from small to very large projectswith speed and efficiency.Git is easy to learn and has a tinyfootprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM toolslike Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features likecheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multipleworkflows.The Git Reference Manual provides beginners with a simpleintroduction to the basics, and experts will find advanced detailsthey need.In this you will see the following things below.Table ofContents1. Setup and Config2. Getting and Creating Projects3. BasicSnapshotting4. Branching and Merging5. Sharing and UpdatingProjects6. Inspection and Comparison7. Patching8. Debugging9.Guides11. Email12. External Systems13. Administration14. ServerAdmin15. Plumbing CommandsYou will find all this section offlinewithout any internet connection and learn Git easily anywhere andanytime.
Web developers viewer 1.7
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★ Quick Reference for Dev-Docs.io and W3-Schools.com.DocumentationInclude: ★ CSS, DOM, DOM Events, Html,★ Javascript, Angular JS,Backbone JS,★ Bower, C, C++, Chai, Clojure, CoffeeScript,★ Cordova,D3, Django, Ember, Express, Git, Go★ Grunt, Haskel, JQuery, JQueryMobile, JQuery UI,★ Knockout, Laravel, php, node js, xpath, andmany more.
Perl Language Reference Guide 1.9
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Perl is a general-purpose programming language originally developedfor text manipulation and now used for a wide range of tasksincluding system administration, web development, networkprogramming, GUI development, and more.The language is intended tobe practical (easy to use, efficient, complete) rather thanbeautiful (tiny, elegant, minimal). Its major features are thatit's easy to use, supports both procedural and object-oriented (OO)programming, has powerful built-in support for text processing, andhas one of the world's most impressive collections of third-partymodules.The Perl Reference Manual provides beginners with a simpleintroduction to the basics, and experts will find advanced detailsthey need.In this you will see the following things below.Table ofContents1. Manual - Overview - Tutorials - FAQs - History / Changes- License 2. Reference - Language - Functions - Operators - SpecialVariables - Pragmas - Utilities - Internals - Platform Specific 3.Modules A - B - C - D - E F - G - H - I - L M - N - O - P - S T - U- X You will find all this section offline without any internetconnection and learn Perl easily anywhere and anytime.
Linux CoreUtils Manual 1.7
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The Linux CoreUtils contains basic shell command utilities. Thiswill include:arch, b2sum, base32 ,base64 ,basename ,cat ,chcon,chgrp ,chmod ,chown ,chroot ,cksum ,comm ,cp ,csplit ,cut ,date,dd ,df ,dir ,dirname ,du ,echo ,env ,expand ,expr ,factor ,false,fmt ,fold ,groups ,head ,hostid ,hostname ,id ,install ,join ,kill,link ,ln ,logname ,ls ,md5sum ,mkdir ,mkfifo ,mknod ,mktemp ,mv,nice ,nl ,nohup ,nproc ,numfmt ,numfmt ,od ,parse_datetime ,paste,pathchk ,pr ,printenv ,printf ,ptx ,pwd ,readlink ,realpath ,rm,rmdir ,runcon ,seq ,sha1sum ,shred ,shuf ,sleep ,sort ,split ,stat,stdbuf , stty ,sum ,sync ,tac ,tail ,tee ,test ,timeout ,touch ,tr,true ,truncate ,tsort ,tty ,uname ,unexpand ,uniq ,unlink ,uptime,users ,vdir ,wc ,who ,whoami ,yesThe CoreUtils Reference Manualprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.Table of Contents1 Introduction2 Commonoptions3 Output of entire files4 Formatting file contents5 Outputof parts of files6 Summarizing files7 Operating on sorted files8Operating on fields9 Operating on characters10 Directory listing11Basic operations12 Special file types13 Changing file attributes14Disk usage15 Printing text16 Conditions17 Redirection18 File namemanipulation19 Working context20 User information21 Systemcontext22 SELinux context23 Modified command invocation24 Processcontrol25 Delaying26 Numeric operations27 File permissions28 Filetimestamps29 Date input formats30 Opening the SoftwareToolboxAppendix A GNU Free Documentation LicenseIndexYou will findall this section offline without any internet connection and learnCoreUtils easily anywhere and anytime.
R Language Reference Guide 1.11
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R is a language and environment for statistical computing andgraphics. R provides a wide variety of statistical (linear andnonlinear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-seriesanalysis, classification, clustering, …) and graphical techniques,and is highly extensible.The R-Language Reference Manual providesbeginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and expertswill find advanced details they need.In this you will see thefollowing things below.Table of Contents1. R Introduction2. R DataImport/Export3. R Installation and Administration4. Writing RExtensions5. R Language Definition6. R Internals You will find allthis section offline without any internet connection and learnR-Language easily anywhere and anytime.
Linux Shell Script Developers Handbook (Manual) 1.15
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This handbook includes the guide of various tools required inmaking linux script. In this you will see the following thingsbelow. - bash - coreutils - diff - find - gawk - grep - sed - wget- coreutils contails these topics. arch, b2sum, base32 ,base64,basename ,cat ,chcon ,chgrp ,chmod ,chown ,chroot ,cksum ,comm ,cp,csplit ,cut ,date ,dd ,df ,dir ,dirname ,du ,echo ,env ,expand,expr ,factor ,false ,fmt ,fold ,groups ,head ,hostid ,hostname ,id,install ,join ,kill ,link ,ln ,logname ,ls ,md5sum ,mkdir ,mkfifo,mknod ,mktemp ,mv ,nice ,nl ,nohup ,nproc ,numfmt ,numfmt ,od,parse_datetime ,paste ,pathchk ,pr ,printenv ,printf ,ptx ,pwd,readlink ,realpath ,rm ,rmdir ,runcon ,seq ,sha1sum ,shred ,shuf,sleep ,sort ,split ,stat ,stdbuf , stty ,sum ,sync ,tac ,tail ,tee,test ,timeout ,touch ,tr ,true ,truncate ,tsort ,tty ,uname,unexpand ,uniq ,unlink ,uptime ,users ,vdir ,wc ,who ,whoami ,yesYou will find all this section offline without any internetconnection and learn compiler tools easily anywhere and anytime.
파이썬 (Python) 강좌, 이북 모음 1.11
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다음 자료들을 보실 수 있습니다. - 점프 투 파이썬 - 왕초보를 위한 파이썬 2.7 - 파이썬으로 배우는 알고리즘트레이딩 - 파이썬 프로그래밍 첫걸음 - 예제로 배우는 파이썬 프로그래밍 - A Byte of Python (한글) -Python 3.6 Reference You can see the following resources: -Jump-to-Python - for the Beginner Python 2.7 - Algorithmic TradingLearning with Python - Python programming the first step - LearningPython Programming by Example - A Byte of Python (Hangul) - Python3.6 Reference
Python Developer's Handbook (Manual) 1.9
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Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programminglanguage with dynamic semantics. The Python Developer's Handbookprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.* Python 3.6 Documentation . Tutorial .Library Reference . Language Reference . Python Setup and Usage .Python HOWTOs . Installing Python Modules . Distributing PythonModules . Extending and Embedding . Python/C API . FAQs* A Byte ofPython (offline)* Dive into Python 3 (offline)* Dive into Python(offline)* Python 3.6 Reference (online)* Non-Programmer's Tutorialfor Python 3 (online)* A Beginner's Python Tutorial (online)Youwill find all this section offline without any internet connectionand lean Python easily anywhere and anytime.
수능 강좌 (인강) 다시보기 모음 1.8
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다음 강좌를 보실 수 있습니다.- EBS 뉴탐스런 생활과 윤리- EBS 뉴탐스런 윤리와 사상- EBS 뉴탐스런 법과정치- EBS 뉴탐스런 사회문화- EBS 뉴탐스런 사회- EBS 뉴탐스런 한국사 (상)- EBS 뉴탐스런 한국사 (하)-EBS 뉴탐스런 세계사- EBS 뉴탐스런 동아시아사- EBS 뉴탐스런 한국지리- EBS 뉴탐스런 세계지리- EBS뉴탐스런 물리Ⅰ- EBS 탐스런 물리Ⅱ- EBS 뉴탐스런 화학Ⅰ- EBS 뉴탐스런 화학 Ⅱ- EBS 뉴탐스런 생명과학Ⅰ-EBS 뉴탐스런 생명과학Ⅱ- EBS 뉴탐스런 지구과학Ⅰ- EBS 뉴탐스런 지구과학Ⅱ- EBS 뉴탐스런 과학- EBS 물리IYou can view the following courses.- EBS New tamseureon life andethics- EBS New tamseureon ethics and ideology- EBS tamseureon NewLaw Politics- EBS New tamseureon social and cultural- EBS Newtamseureon community- EBS New tamseureon Korean history (top)- EBSNew tamseureon Korean history (ha)- EBS tamseureon New WorldHistory- EBS tamseureon East New Company- EBS Korea tamseureon NewGeography- EBS tamseureon New World Geography- EBS New tamseureonphysics Ⅰ- EBS tamseureon physical Ⅱ- EBS New tamseureon chemicalⅠ- EBS New tamseureon chemical Ⅱ- EBS New tamseureon Life SciencesⅠ- EBS tamseureon New Life Science Ⅱ- EBS New tamseureon EarthScience Ⅰ- EBS New tamseureon Earth Science Ⅱ- EBS tamseureon NewScience- EBS Physics I
인문학 강좌 다시보기 모음 1.21
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 다음 강좌를 들으실 수 있습니다. - 도올 김용옥의 논술세대를 위한 철학교실 (50강) -도올 김용옥의 역사를 말한다 (9강) - 도올 김용옥의 우리는 누구인가 (26강) - 도올 김용옥의 중용 (36강) -도올 김용옥의 불교 (28강) - 도올 김용옥의 한국 독립 운동사 (10강) - 도올 김용옥의 손바닥 TV 명강의(5강) - 도올 김용옥의 청소년 특강 (5강) - 김창옥의 포프리쇼 (240강) - 신정근 교수의 논어, 인간의 길을찾다 (7강) - 이기동 교수의 중용, 마음을 따라 하늘에 이르다 (10강) - 최진석 교수의 현대철학자, 노자(14강) - 이진우 교수의 니체, 신이 죽은 시대를 말하다 (7강) - 홍성욱 교수의 과학, 인문과 예술을 만나다(8강) - 김상근 교수의 르네상스 인문학 산책 (10강) - 김상근 교수의 아포리아 시대의 인문학 (8강) - 정재서교수의 '동양 신화의 귀환' (8강) - 이석재 교수의 격동의 시대, 근대철학이 답하다 (8강) - 심경호 교수의 한시,삶의 노래 (8강) - 마이클 샌델 정의란 무엇인가 (12강) [영어] 개발자연락처 +825080547881 Itprovides the following functions. - List of video lectures bycategory - Video Search - Full screen playback - Add to Favorites -Manage your last play video tutorial You can listen to the nextcourse. - Philosophy class for the essay generation of Kim, Yong-ok(50th class) - Tell the history of Dool Kim Yong-ok (9th lecture) -Who are we in Kim Jong Ok (26th)? - Doo Young Kim (middle of the36th class) - Dool Kim Yong-ok's Buddhism (28th) - Dool Kim YongOk's Korean independence movement history (10th lecture) - Dool KimYong Ok's palms TV Myeonggang (5th round) - Special Lecture forYouth of Dool Kim Yong-ok (5th lecture) - Kim, Chang-ok's popularshow (240 class) - Professor Shin Jeong-keun's Analects, Lookingfor Human Path (7th lecture) - Professor Lee Ki-dong, middle-class,follow his heart to the sky (10th lecture) - Professor ChoiJin-seok's modern philosopher, Nozai (14th lecture) - Professor LeeJin-woo of Nietzsche, telling the time of God's death (7th lecture)- Meet Prof. Hong Sung-wook's Science, Humanities and Art (Lecture8) - Professor Kim Sang-Keun's Renaissance Humanities Walk (10thround) - Professor Sang-Keun Kim's Humanities in the Aporia Period(8th lecture) - Professor Jung Jae-seo's 'return of orientalmythology' (8th lecture) - Professor Lee Seok-jae's ups and downs,modern philosophy answers (8th lecture) - Professor Shim Kyong Ho'spoem, Life Song (8th lecture) - What is Michael Sandel's Justice(12th round) [English] Developer contact +825080547881
세계사 강좌, 다큐멘터리 모음 1.22
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다음 동영상을 보실 수 있습니다. - 대국굴기 - 제1차 세계대전 - 제2차 세계대전 - 중2역사 - 중3역사 -뉴탐스런 세계사 - 5분사탐-세계사 - 수능 특강 세계사 - 세계사와 함께보는 타임라인 한국사 - 기타 You canview the following video. - The Rise of the Great Powers - FirstWorld War - World War II - History of 2 - History of the Three -New tamseureon World History - 5 minutes satam - World History -SAT World History Lecture - Time to see the line with world historyKorean history - Etc
과학 이야기, 다큐멘터리 다시보기 모음 1.15
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다음 영상을 보실 수 있습니다.- 과학자가 들려주는 과학 이야기 (130편) - 우주 다큐 (44편)- 지구 다큐(112편)- 지니키즈 과학동화 (76편)- 원더풀 사이언스 (75편)You can view the followingvideo.- scientific story that scientists have heard (section 130)-Space Trailer (44 pieces)- Earth Trailer (112 pieces)- Ginny KidsScience Tales (76)- Wonderful Sciences (75 edition)
사진 DSLR 강좌 모음 1.13
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다음 사진 / DSLR 강좌를 보실 수 있습니다. - DSLR로 세상담기 (25편) - 송보의 사진강좌 (135편) -딸기케이크의 사진 기초강좌 (15편) - 초 실전 밀착형 촬영 강좌 (8편) - 무료사진강좌 (8편) - 주혜진 사진강좌 (9편) - 사진조명 촬영강좌 (9편) - 필름나라 스피드라이트강좌 (9편) - 캐논 사진 강좌 (35편) - 니콘사진 강좌 (15편) - 기타 (27편) You can view the pictures / DSLR class. -Add the world as a DSLR (25 pieces) - Photo courses songbo (135pieces) - Photos of Basic Course Strawberry Cake (15 pieces) -second hands-contact type recording courses (VIII) - Free PhotosCourse (VIII) - Photo juhyejin Course (IX) - photo light shootingcourses (IX) - Film Country Speedlite Course (IX) Canon Photocourses (35 pieces) - Nikon Photo courses (15 pieces) - Other (27pieces)
골프 강좌 다시보기 모음 1.19
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 다음 강좌들을 보실 수 있습니다. - 초보자를 위한 강좌 - 명품 스윙 에이미조 - 장재식골프 레슨 - 김현우 프로 레슨 - 이병옥 골프 레슨 - 임진한 골프 레슨 - 박시현 골프 레슨 - 정지철 프로의 골프메소드 - 김민호 스페셜 골프 - 아론김 골프 레슨 - 최경주 선수 영상 개발자연락처 +825080547881 Itprovides the following functions. - List of video lectures bycategory - Video Search - Full screen playback - Add to Favorites -Manage your last play video tutorial You can see the followingcourses. - Course for beginners - Luxury Swing Ami Jo - Jang JaeShik Golf Lessons - Kim Hyun Woo Pro Lesson - Lee Byung Oak GolfLessons - Golf Lessons - Park Sihyeon golf lesson - golf method -Kim Minho Special Golf - Aaron Kim Golf Lessons - Choi Kyoung Ju'svideo Developer contact +825080547881
요리 강좌, 레시피 다시보기 모음 1.24
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 다음과 같은 다양한 요리 강좌를 보실 수 있습니다. 이름으로 검색하여 원하는 레시피를 바로찾아 보실 수 있습니다. - 램블 - 이제이 레시피 - 해피 쿠킹 - 키미 - 만개의 레시피 - 알쿡 - 쿠킹 트리 -모카 키친 개발자 연락처 +825080547881 It provides the following functions. -List of video lectures by category - Video Search - Full screenplayback - Add to Favorites - Manage your last play video tutorialYou can see various cooking courses such as the following. Searchby name and find the recipe you want. - Lambert - Now this recipe -Happy Cooking - Kimi - Full recipe - Al Cook - Cooking tree - MochaKitchen Developer contact +825080547881
나만의 노래방 (TJ , 금영) 1.24
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 노래 목록 제공 - 노래 및 가수 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 노래 관리 다음 동영상을 보실 수 있습니다. - 태진노래방 최신곡/인기곡 - 태진 노래방 드라마 OST -태진노래방 음악프로 - 태진 노래방 (가수별) - 금영 노래방 (테마별) - 금영 노래방 (가수별) 개발자연락처+825080547881 It provides the following functions. - Provides alist of songs by category - Search for songs and singers - Fullscreen playback - Add to Favorites - Manage last played songs Youcan see the following video. - Tae Jin New Songs / Popular Songs -Tae Jin Karaoke Drama OST - Taejin Karaoke Music Pro - Tae JinKaraoke (Singer star) - Kim Young karaoke (by theme) - Kim YoungKara (Singer) Developer contact +825080547881
GNU GCC 6.3 Compiler Reference 1.7
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The GNU Compiler Collection includes front ends for C, C++,Objective-C, Fortran, Ada, and Go, as well as libraries for theselanguages (libstdc++,...). GCC was originally written as thecompiler for the GNU operating system.The GCC Reference Manualprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.Table of ContentsIntroduction1Programming Languages Supported by GCC2 Language StandardsSupported by GCC3 GCC Command Options4 C Implementation-DefinedBehavior5 C++ Implementation-Defined Behavior6 Extensions to the CLanguage Family7 Extensions to the C++ Language8 GNU Objective-CFeatures9 Binary Compatibility10 gcov—a Test Coverage Program11gcov-tool—an Offline Gcda Profile Processing Tool12 Known Causes ofTrouble with GCC13 Reporting Bugs14 How To Get Help with GCC15Contributing to GCC DevelopmentFunding Free SoftwareThe GNU Projectand GNU/LinuxGNU General Public LicenseGNU Free DocumentationLicenseContributors to GCCOption IndexKeyword IndexYou will findall this section offline without any internet connection and learnGCC easily anywhere and anytime.
Groovy Language Reference 1.6
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Groovy is a powerful, optionally typed and dynamic language, withstatic-typing and static compilation capabilities, for the Javaplatform aimed at improving developer productivity thanks to aconcise, familiar and easy to learn syntax. It integrates smoothlywith any Java program, and immediately delivers to your applicationpowerful features, including scripting capabilities,Domain-Specific Language authoring, runtime and compile-timemeta-programming and functional programming.The Groovy ReferenceGuide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics,and experts will find advanced details they need.In this you willsee the following things below.* Getting started - Download Groovy- Install Groovy - Differences with Java - The Groovy DevelopmentKit - Runtime and compile-time metaprogramming - The Grapedependency manager - Testing guide - Domain-Specific Languages -Integrating Groovy into applications - Security - Design patternsin Groovy - Style guide* Language Specification - Syntax -Operators - Program structure - Object orientation - Closures -Semantics* Tools - groovyc — the Groovy compiler - groovysh — theGroovy command -like shell - groovyConsole — the Groovy Swingconsole - IDE integration* Groovy module guides - Parsing andproducing JSON - Working with a relational database - ProcessingXML - Scripting Ant tasks - Template engines - Creating Swing UIs -Servlet support - Working with JMX You will find all this sectionoffline without any internet connection and learn Groovy easilyanywhere and anytime.
Python Tutorial (A byte of python) 1.10
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Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programminglanguage with dynamic semantics.The Python Tutorial (A Byte ofPython) provides beginners with a simple introduction to thebasics, and experts will find advanced details they need.In thisyou will see the following things below.Table of Contents1.Introduction2. Dedication3. Preface4. About Python5. Installation6.First Steps7. Basics8. Operators and Expressions9. Control flow10.Functions11. Modules12. Data Structures13. Problem Solving14.Object Oriented Programming15. Input and Output16. Exceptions17.Standard Library18. More19. What Next20. Appendix: FLOSS21.Appendix: About22. Appendix: Revision History23. Appendix:Translations24. Appendix: Translation How-to25. FeedbackYou willfind all this section offline without any internet connection andlearn Python easily anywhere and anytime.
스타크래프트 (스타리그) 명경기 다시보기 1.18
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다음 스타크래프트 경기들을 다시 볼 수 있습니다.- 1999 프로게이머 코리아오픈- 2000 하나로통신 스타리그- 2000 프리챌배 스타리그- 2001 한빛소프트 스타리그- 2001 코카콜라배 스타리그- 2001 Sky배 스타리그- 2002 Nate배 스타리그- 2002 KPGA 투어- 2003 NHN배 스타리그- 2003 TG삼보 MSL- 2004 질레트 스타리그- 2004 Spris MSL- 2005 신한은행 스타리그- 2006 신한은행 스타리그- 2007 신한은행 스타리그- 2008 신한은행 스타리그- 2009 바투 스타리그- 2010 대한항공 스타리그- 2010 신한은행 스타리그- 2011 신한은행 스타리그- 최고의 명경기 (179편)- 명경기 모음 (56편)- 보면서도 믿기지 않는 경기 (58편)- 안기효 BJ 경기 (311편)- 안기효 명강의 (120편)- 이성은 ASL 해설 (90편)- ASL 경기 모음 (252편)- vs 저그전 스페셜 리스트 (55편)- vs 프로토스전 스페셜 리스트 (20편)You can then view theStarCraft game again.- 1999 pro gamer Korea Open- 2000 Hanaro Star League- 2000 times Freechal Star League- 2001 HanbitSoft Star League- 2001 Coca-fold Star League- 2001 Sky-fold Star League- 2002 Nate ship Star League- 2002 KPGA Tour- 2003 NHN ship Star League- 2003 TG Sambo MSL- 2004 Gillette Star League- 2004 Spris MSL- Shinhan Bank, 2005 Star League- Shinhan Bank, 2006 Star League- Shinhan Bank, 2007 Star League- Shinhan Bank, 2008 Star League- 2009 Batu Star League- 2010 KAL Star League- Shinhan Bank, 2010 Star League- Shinhan Bank, 2011 Star League- Best myeonggyeonggi (179 pieces)- myeonggyeonggi collection (56 pieces)- Match (58 pieces) while watching incredible- BJ angihyo game (311 pieces)- angihyo myeonggangui (120 pieces)- Reason ASL Commentary (Part 90)- ASL game collection (252 pieces)- vs jeogeujeon Specialist (55 pieces)- vs Protoss ago Specialist (20 pieces)
Advanced Bash Scripting Guide 1.15
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Bash is a Unix shell and command language written by Brian Fox forthe GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourneshell.The Advanced Bash Scripting Guide provides beginners with asimple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of ContentsPart 1. Introduction1. Shell Programming!2.Starting Off With a Sha-BangPart 2. Basics3. Special Characters4.Introduction to Variables and Parameters5. Quoting6. Exit and ExitStatus7. Tests8. Operations and Related TopicsPart 3. Beyond theBasics9. Another Look at Variables10. Manipulating Variables11.Loops and Branches12. Command Substitution13. ArithmeticExpansion14. Recess TimePart 4. Commands15. Internal Commands andBuiltins16. External Filters, Programs and Commands17. System andAdministrative CommandsPart 5. Advanced Topics18. RegularExpressions19. Here Documents20. I/O Redirection21. Subshells22.Restricted Shells23. Process Substitution24. Functions25.Aliases26. List Constructs27. Arrays28. Indirect References29. /devand /proc30. Network Programming31. Of Zeros and Nulls32.Debugging33. Options34. Gotchas35. Scripting With Style36.Miscellany37. Bash, versions 2, 3, and 438. Endnotes You will findall this section offline without any internet connection and leanDB easily anywhere and anytime.
Linux Bash Reference Manual 1.9
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Bash is the GNU Project's shell. Bash is the Bourne Again SHell.Bash is an sh-compatible shell that incorporates useful featuresfrom the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). It is intended toconform to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and Toolsstandard. It offers functional improvements over sh for bothprogramming and interactive use. In addition, most sh scripts canbe run by Bash without modification.The Bash Reference Manualprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.Table of Contents1 Introduction2Definitions3 Basic Shell Features4 Shell Builtin Commands5 ShellVariables6 Bash Features7 Job Control8 Command Line Editing9 UsingHistory Interactively10 Installing BashAppendix A ReportingBugsAppendix B Major Differences From The Bourne ShellAppendix CGNU Free Documentation LicenseAppendix D Indexes You will find allthis section offline without any internet connection and learn BashScript easily anywhere and anytime.
Linux Man Pages Reference 1.7
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A man page (short for manual page) is a form of softwaredocumentation usually found on a Unix or Unix-like operatingsystem. Topics covered include computer programs (including libraryand system calls), formal standards and conventions, and evenabstract concepts. A user may invoke a man page by issuing the mancommand.The Linux Man Pages Reference provides beginners with asimple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of ContentsSection 1. User Commands Section 2. SystemCalls Section 3. Library Functions Section 4. Special Files Section5. File Formats Section 7. Miscellany Sections Section 8.Privileged Commands You will find all this section offline withoutany internet connection and lean DB easily anywhere and anytime.
Bash Beginner's Guide 1.13
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Bash is a Unix shell and command language written by Brian Fox forthe GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourneshell.The Bash Beginner's Guide provides beginners with a simpleintroduction to the basics, and experts will find advanced detailsthey need.In this you will see the following things below.Table ofContentsIntroduction1. Why this guide?2. Who should read thisbook?3. New versions, translations and availability4. RevisionHistory5. Contributions6. Feedback7. Copyright information8. Whatdo you need?9. Conventions used in this document10. Organization ofthis document1. Bash and Bash scripts1.1. Common shell programs1.2.Advantages of the Bourne Again SHell1.3. Executing commands1.4.Building blocks1.5. Developing good scripts1.6. Summary1.7.Exercises2. Writing and debugging scripts2.1. Creating and runninga script2.2. Script basics2.3. Debugging Bash scripts2.4.Summary2.5. Exercises3. The Bash environment3.1. Shellinitialization files3.2. Variables3.3. Quoting characters3.4. Shellexpansion3.5. Aliases3.6. More Bash options3.7. Summary3.8.Exercises4. Regular expressions4.1. Regular expressions4.2.Examples using grep4.3. Pattern matching using Bash features4.4.Summary4.5. Exercises5. The GNU sed stream editor5.1.Introduction5.2. Interactive editing5.3. Non-interactiveediting5.4. Summary5.5. Exercises6. The GNU awk programminglanguage6.1. Getting started with gawk6.2. The print program6.3.Gawk variables6.4. Summary6.5. Exercises7. Conditionalstatements7.1. Introduction to if7.2. More advanced if usage7.3.Using case statements7.4. Summary7.5. Exercises8. Writinginteractive scripts8.1. Displaying user messages8.2. Catching userinput8.3. Summary8.4. Exercises9. Repetitive tasks9.1. The forloop9.2. The while loop9.3. The until loop9.4. I/O redirection andloops9.5. Break and continue9.6. Making menus with the selectbuilt-in9.7. The shift built-in9.8. Summary9.9. Exercises10. Moreon variables10.1. Types of variables10.2. Array variables10.3.Operations on variables10.4. Summary10.5. Exercises11.Functions11.1. Introduction11.2. Examples of functions inscripts11.3. Summary11.4. Exercises12. Catching signals12.1.Signals12.2. Traps12.3. Summary12.4. ExercisesA. Shell FeaturesA.1.Common featuresA.2. Differing features You will find all thissection offline without any internet connection and lean DB easilyanywhere and anytime.
Sed (Stream Editor) Reference 1.9
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sed (stream editor) is a non-interactive command-line text editor.sed is commonly used to filter text, i.e., it takes text input,performs some operation (or set of operations) on it, and outputsthe modified text. sed is typically used for extracting part of afile using pattern matching or substituting multiple occurrences ofa string within a file.The sed Reference Manual provides beginnerswith a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will findadvanced details they need.In this you will see the followingthings below.Table of Contentssed, a stream editor1 Introduction2Invocation3 sed Programs 3.1 How sed Works 3.2 Selecting lines withsed 3.3 Overview of Regular Expression Syntax 3.4 Often-UsedCommands 3.5 The s Command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands 3.7Commands for sed gurus 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed 3.9 GNUExtensions for Escapes in Regular Expressions4 Some Sample Scripts4.1 Centering Lines 4.2 Increment a Number 4.3 Rename Files toLower Case 4.4 Print bash Environment 4.5 Reverse Characters ofLines 4.6 Reverse Lines of Files 4.7 Numbering Lines 4.8 NumberingNon-blank Lines 4.9 Counting Characters 4.10 Counting Words 4.11Counting Lines 4.12 Printing the First Lines 4.13 Printing the LastLines 4.14 Make Duplicate Lines Unique 4.15 Print Duplicated Linesof Input 4.16 Remove All Duplicated Lines 4.17 Squeezing BlankLines5 GNU sed's Limitations and Non-limitations6 Other Resourcesfor Learning About sed7 Reporting BugsAppendix A Extended regularexpressionsConcept IndexCommand and Option IndexYou will find allthis section offline without any internet connection and learn sedeasily anywhere and anytime.
Python Tutorial (Dive into Python 3) 1.9
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Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programminglanguage with dynamic semantics.The Python Tutorial (Dive intoPython 3) provides beginners with a simple introduction to thebasics, and experts will find advanced details they need.In thisyou will see the following things below.Table of Contents1. YourFirst Python Program2. Native Datatypes3. Comprehensions4.Strings5. Regular Expressions6. Closures & Generators7. Classes& Iterators8. Advanced Iterators9. Unit Testing10,Refactoring11. Files12. XML13. Serializing Python Objects14. HTTPWeb Services15. Case Study: Porting chardet to Python 316.Packaging Python LibrariesA. Porting Code to Python 3 with 2to3B.Special Method NamesC. Where to Go From HereD. TroubleshootingYouwill find all this section offline without any internet connectionand learn Python easily anywhere and anytime.
IPython (Jupyter Notebook) Reference Manual 1.8
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One of Python’s most useful features is its interactiveinterpreter. It allows for very fast testing of ideas without theoverhead of creating test files as is typical in most programminglanguages. However, the interpreter supplied with the standardPython distribution is somewhat limited for extended interactiveuse.The goal of IPython is to create a comprehensive environmentfor interactive and exploratory computing. The IPython ReferenceGuide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics,and experts will find advanced details they need.In this you willsee the following things below.- IPython Documentation- Overview-What’s new in IPython- Installation- Tutorial- Configuration andcustomization- Developer’s guide for third party tools andlibraries- Guide for IPython core Developers- IPython releaseprocess- The IPython API- About IPythonYou will find all thissection offline without any internet connection and learn IPythoneasily anywhere and anytime.
시사, 여행 다큐멘터리 다시보기 모음 1.19
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 다큐멘터리를 다시 볼 수 있습니다. - 다큐 프라임 (398편) - 세계 테마 기행(771편) - 걸어서 세계속으로 (582편) - 한국 기행 (551편) - 극한 직업 (297편) - 시대 공감(88편) - 아버지의 귀환 (72편) - 아빠찾아 삼만리 (140편) 개발자연락처 +825080547881 Itprovides the following functions. - List of video lectures bycategory - Video Search - Full screen playback - Add to Favorites -Manage your last play video tutorial You can see the documentaryagain. - Documentary (398 pages) - World theme travel (771) -Walking into the world (582 pages) - Korean Travel (551) - ExtremeCareer (297) - EEG empathy (88) - Father's Return (72) - Find yourdad (3,000) Developer contact +825080547881
바둑 강좌, 대국 다시보기 모음 1.15
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다음 기능을 제공합니다. - 카테고리별 동영상 강좌 목록 제공 - 동영상 검색 - 전체화면 재생 - 즐겨 찾기 추가 -마지막 재생 동영상 강좌 관리 다음 강좌들을 보실 수 있습니다. - 초보 강좌 (37편) - 기본 정석 (16편) -비법 기력향상 (45편) - 실전사활 365일 (220편) - 바둑왕전 (164편) - 명국감상 (573편) - 알파고vs 이세돌, 커제 및 신형알파고 60연승 (68편) - 바둑교실2009 (252편) - 바둑교실2010 (312편) -바둑교실2011 (312편) - 바둑교실2012 (126편) - 바둑교실2013 (51편) - 바둑교실2014 (28편)- 바둑 비타민 시즌2 (114편) - 바둑 비타민 시즌3 (120편) - 바둑 비타민 시즌4 (34편) 개발자연락처+825080547881 It provides the following functions. - List of videolectures by category - Video Search - Full screen playback - Add toFavorites - Manage your last play video tutorial You can see thefollowing courses. - Introductory lecture (37) - Basic Seating (16pieces) - Improved energy (45) - Practice life 365 days (220pieces) - Baduk Ward (164 pieces) - Appreciation of my country (573pages) - Alfa Ghos vs Lee Sedol, Kukje and New Alpha High 60Winning Streak (68) - Go classroom 2009 (252 pages) - Go classroom2010 (312) - Baduk classroom 2011 (312) - Go classroom 2012 (126) -Go classroom 2013 (51) - Go classroom 2014 (28) - Go Bad VitaminSeason 2 (114) - Go Bad Vitamin Season 3 (120) - Go to VitaminSeason 4 (34) Developer contact +825080547881
한국의 자연, 문화유산 동영상 모음 1.11
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다음 영상을 보실 수 있습니다. - 한국의 곤충 (49편) - 한국의 새 (56편) - 한국의 민물고기 (50편) -한국의 야생화 (20편) - 한국의 숲 (101편) - 한국의 명산 (101편) - 한국의 수목원 (40편) - 한국의휴양림 (38편) - 아름다운 길 (34편) - 아름다운 물길여행 (33편) - 우리나라 구석구석 (52편) - 위대한유산 (119편) - 한국의 악기 (50편) You can view the following video. -Insects of Korea (49 pieces) - New (56 pieces), South Korea -Freshwater fish (50 pieces), South Korea - Wildflowers of SouthKorea (20 pieces) - The Korea Forest (101 pieces) - famousmountains of Korea (101 pieces) - Arboretum of South Korea (40pieces) - Forest (38 pieces), South Korea - beautiful road (34pieces) - beautiful waterways Travel (33 pieces) - every corner ofthe country (52 pieces) - Great Expectations (119) - South KoreaMusical Instruments (50 pieces)
Linux Find Utility Manual 1.4
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The GNU Find Utilities are the basic directory searching utilitiesof the GNU operating system. These programs are typically used inconjunction with other programs to provide modular and powerfuldirectory search and file locating capabilities to othercommands.The tools supplied with this package are:find - search forfiles in a directory hierarchylocate - list files in databases thatmatch a patternupdatedb - update a file name databasexargs - buildand execute command lines from standard inputThe find programsearches a directory tree to find a file or group of files. Ittraverses the directory tree and reports all occurrences of a filematching the user's specifications. The find program includes verypowerful searching capability.The locate program scans one or moredatabases of filenames and displays any matches. This can be usedas a very fast find command if the file was present during the lastfile name database update.The updatedb program updates the filename database used by the locate program. The file name databasecontains lists of files that were in particular directory treeswhen the databases were last updated. This is usually run nightlyby the cron system daemon.The xargs program builds and executescommand lines by gathering together arguments it reads on thestandard input. Most often, these arguments are lists of file namesgenerated by find.The Findutils Reference Manual provides beginnerswith a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will findadvanced details they need.In this you will see the followingthings below.Table of Contents1 Introduction2 Finding Files3Actions4 File Name Databases5 File Permissions6 Date input formats7Configuration8 Reference9 Common Tasks10 Worked Examples11 SecurityConsiderations12 Error MessagesYou will find all this sectionoffline without any internet connection and learn Findutils easilyanywhere and anytime.
Linux Emacs Editor Manual 1.9
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Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-timedisplay editor. This manual describes how to edit with Emacs andsome of the ways to customize it; it corresponds to GNU Emacsversion 25.1. The Emacs Reference Manual provides beginners with asimple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of Contents - GNU Emacs 25.1 Reference Manual -Important General Concepts - Fundamental Editing Commands -Important Text-Changing Commands - Major Structures of Emacs -Advanced Features - Recovery from Problems - Appendices - Indexes(each index contains a large menu)You will find all this sectionoffline without any internet connection and learn Emacs easilyanywhere and anytime.
Reference Manual for Apache Web Server 1.10
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The Apache HTTP Server is an open-source HTTP server for modernoperating systems including UNIX and Windows. The Apache Referenceprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.* Reference Manual - Compiling andInstalling - Starting - Stopping or Restarting - Run-timeConfiguration Directives - Modules - Multi-Processing Modules(MPMs) - Filters - Handlers - Expression parser - Server andSupporting Programs - Glossary * Users' Guide - Getting Started -Binding to Addresses and Ports - Configuration Files -Configuration Sections - Content Caching - Content Negotiation -Dynamic Shared Objects (DSO) - Environment Variables - Log Files -Mapping URLs to the Filesystem - Performance Tuning - Security Tips- Server-Wide Configuration - SSL/TLS Encryption - Suexec Executionfor CGI - URL Rewriting with mod_rewrite - Virtual Hosts * How-To /Tutorials - Authentication and Authorization - Access Control -CGI: Dynamic Content - .htaccess files - Server Side Includes (SSI)- Per-user Web Directories (public_html) - Reverse proxy setupguide * Platform Specific Notes - Microsoft Windows - RPM-basedSystems (Redhat / CentOS / Fedora) - Novell NetWare - EBCDIC Port *Release Notes - New features with Apache 2.3/2.4 - New featureswith Apache 2.1/2.2 - New features with Apache 2.0 - Upgrading to2.4 from 2.2 - Apache License You will find all this sectionoffline without any internet connection and learn Apache Web Servereasily anywhere and anytime.
Ruby Language User's Guide 1.8
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Ruby is "an easy object oriented language". It may seem a littlestrange at first, but it is designed to be easily read and written.This User's Guide will get you started at invoking and using ruby,and give you insights into ruby's nature that you may not get fromthe reference manual.The Ruby User Guide provides beginners with asimple introduction to the basics, and experts will find advanceddetails they need.In this you will see the following thingsbelow.Table of Contents1.What is ruby?2.Getting Started3.Simpleexamples4.Strings5.Regular expressions6.Arrays7.Back to the simpleexamples8.Control structures9.Iterators10.Object-orientedthinking11.Methods12.Classes13.Inheritance14.Redefinition ofmethods15. Access control16. Singleton methods17. Modules18.Procedure objects19. Variables20. Global variables21. Instancevariables22. Local variables23. Class constants24. Exceptionprocessing: rescue25. Exception processing: ensure26. Accessors27.Object initialization28. Nuts and boltsYou will find all thissection offline without any internet connection and learn Rubyeasily anywhere and anytime.
위키 뷰어 (위키백과, 나무위키, 위키뉴스 등) 1.17
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여러 위키들을 간단하게 연결하여 사용하고, 필요시 현재 페이지를 PDF로 스크랩하여 저장하는 기능을 제공합니다. 또한,현재의 화면에 맞도록 폰트 크기를 조정하는 기능도 제공합니다. - 위키 백과 - 나무 위키 - 위키 낱말 사전 - 위키뉴스 - 위키 책 - 위키 문헌 - 위키 인용집 - 위키 배움터 - 위키 여행 - 위키 데이터 - 위키 스피시즈 - 제타위키 - 구스 위키 - 디시 위키 - 리그베다 위키 개발자연락처 +825080547881 It provides afunction to connect multiple wikis simply, and to save the currentpage as PDF if necessary. It also provides the ability to adjustthe font size to fit the current screen. - Wikipedia - Tree Wiki -Wiktionary - Wiki News - Wikibooks - Wikisource - Wikisource - Wikilecture - Wiki Travel - Wiki data - Wikispecies - Zeta Wiki -Guswiki - Dishwiki - League Veda Wiki Developer contact+825080547881
FreeBSD Handbook 1.6
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FreeBSD is an advanced computer operating system used to powermodern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms.The FreeBSD manualprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.* FreeBSD Handbook* ArchitectureHandbook* Porter's Handbook* Developer's Handbook* Pmake Handbook*FAQYou will find all this section offline without any internetconnection and learn FreeBSD easily anywhere and anytime.
Linux GProf (Profiler) Manual 1.0
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Profiling allows you to learn where your program spent its time andwhich functions called which other functions while it wasexecuting. This information can show you which pieces of yourprogram are slower than you expected, and might be candidates forrewriting to make your program execute faster. It can also tell youwhich functions are being called more or less often than youexpected. This may help you spot bugs that had otherwise beenunnoticed.Since the profiler uses information collected during theactual execution of your program, it can be used on programs thatare too large or too complex to analyze by reading the source.However, how your program is run will affect the information thatshows up in the profile data. If you don't use some feature of yourprogram while it is being profiled, no profile information will begenerated for that feature.The GProf Profiler Reference Manualprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.Table of Contents1 Introduction toProfiling2 Compiling a Program for Profiling3 Executing theProgram4 gprof Command Summary 4.1 Output Options 4.2 AnalysisOptions 4.3 Miscellaneous Options 4.4 Deprecated Options 4.5Symspecs5 Interpreting gprof's Output 5.1 The Flat Profile 5.2 TheCall Graph 5.2.1 The Primary Line 5.2.2 Lines for a Function'sCallers 5.2.3 Lines for a Function's Subroutines 5.2.4 How MutuallyRecursive Functions Are Described 5.3 Line-by-line Profiling 5.4The Annotated Source Listing6 Inaccuracy of gprof Output 6.1Statistical Sampling Error 6.2 Estimating children Times7 Answersto Common Questions8 Incompatibilities with Unix gprof9 Details ofProfiling 9.1 Implementation of Profiling 9.2 Profiling Data FileFormat 9.2.1 Histogram Records 9.2.2 Call-Graph Records 9.2.3Basic-Block Execution Count Records 9.3 gprof's Internal Operation9.4 Debugging gprofYou will find all this section offline withoutany internet connection and learn GProf easily anywhere andanytime.
Linux Make Utility Manual 1.10
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The make utility automatically determines which pieces of a largeprogram need to be recompiled, and issues commands to recompilethem. This manual describes make, which was implemented by RichardStallman and Roland McGrath. Development since Version 3.76 hasbeen handled by Paul D. Smith. The GNU Make Reference Guideprovides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, andexperts will find advanced details they need.In this you will seethe following things below.1 Overview of make2 An Introduction toMakefiles3 Writing Makefiles4 Writing Rules5 Writing Recipes inRules6 How to Use Variables7 Conditional Parts of Makefiles8Functions for Transforming Text9 How to Run make10 Using ImplicitRules11 Using make to Update Archive Files12 Extending GNU make13Integrating GNU make14 Features of GNU make15 Incompatibilities andMissing Features16 Makefile ConventionsYou will find all thissection offline without any internet connection and lean DB easilyanywhere and anytime.