A constraint is defined as a specific rule applied to data in a table in such a way when the constraint is violated, the action is aborted. Constraint can be specified when the table is created (inside the CREATE TABLE statement) or after the table is created (inside the ALTER TABLE statement). Many times when […]
Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 are like twins. They have the same core technology but then differs in advance utilization. Windows Server is used for server purpose, however we can still experience Windows 8 on Windows Server 2012. The thing we need to know is Desktop Experience, a feature added by Microsoft for doing […]
One of the problem with Windows Operating System is the narrow-range variety of available filesystem. When using Windows, you are limited to FAT and NTFS family file system. Now, suppose you want to access ext3, reiserfs, or XFS partition on Windows there is no way Windows facilitate this unless you do something. This article will […]
In modern operating system, user interfaces tends goes to graphical system. We see window, we see button, we see cursor, etc. In UNIX, the graphical component is managed by independent subsystem. Here we hear two concepts: Desktop Environment and Window Manager. However, still some people confuse about which is which and which is best to […]
Templates are a feature of the C++ programming language that allow function and classes to operate with generic types. This allows a function or class to work on many different data types without being rewritten for each one. The C++ Standard Library specify a special section for heavy use of template, called Standard Template Library. […]
In every Windows Operating System enabled computer, there is a feature Microsoft offers which is APIPA. APIPA is a DHCP failover mechanism for local networks. With APIPA, DHCP clients can obtain IP addresses when DHCP servers are non-functional or the client couldn’t get the IP from server. APIPA exists in all modern versions of Windows […]
Data structure alignment is the way data is arranged and accessed in memory. It consists of two separate but related issues: data alignment and data structure padding. In this article we will discuss about memory alignment for simple struct. All of the codes are tested on Windows 8 64-bit using GCC compiler suite. OK, I […]
Smart Card is a pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits. It provides identification, authentication, data storage and application processing on simple medium. There are two big categories of smart card: contact and contactless. To identify and authenticate a smart card properly we need a smart card reader. There are many smart card reader and the […]
This article will be a resume to several articles discussing individual subject. There are lots of new additions to the C++ language and standard library after C++11 standard passed. However, I believe some of these new features should become routing for all C++ developers. Features we are talking about: auto & decltype nullptr Range-based for […]
Service is also known as background process, a program which run in background and similar concept to a Unix daemon. A Windows service must conform to the interface rules and protocols of the Service Control Manager, the component responsible for managing Windows services. As title suggests, we will discuss about how to manage Windows service […]
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