Different languages have different ways of getting information about the visitors. However, most languages can get the User Agent, which provides us, the webmasters, with information about the visitor’s browser, plugins and operating system. For example if the user agent of a visitor is: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Windows […]
Looking at the user agent we get information about the visitors, such as the operating systems they are running, browsers they are using, or what version of .NET Framework they have installed. The user agent is retrieved differently depending on the programming language you are using for your website. Since Internet Explorer 6.0 is the dominant browser, […]
MSDN has a wonderful bug and suggestion submission system at MSDN Product Feedback Center. After you submit bugs and suggestions you can track them. You can also see other people’s feedback.
If you’ve been using the DOS prompt even only rarely, you still encountered two different ways of bringing it up in Windows XP: command.com and cmd.exe. You can open each of them by specifying: “cmd” and “command” in the Run application of Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. In most of the cases when you […]
The algorithm that can convert a color image to a gray image.
A guide for those who want to learn programming but don’t know where to start. It guides you through selecting the right programming languages at the right time.
This tutorial gives a brief and, extensive explanation of the simplest object oriented programming techniques.
Understanding binary is one of the most important things in programming. Will teach you how to transform from decimal to binary and vice versa.