Perfect Guide to HTML

This is a small guide to learn HTML prepared by my friend Rahul Srivastav and myself.

It provides an easy to learn method of grasping all the important tags in html and has examples to support the theory.

The tutorial is provided in pdf format and is surely going to help you learn the basics of html

Download the HTML Tutorial

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Copy text from command prompt !!

Let us talk this time about some features of MS DOS.

Have you ever wondered how nice it would be if
you could copy the text on the command prompt window?
Here’s how you can do it.
1.If you are not running WINDOZE, do it!
2.After you boot windoze, run the command prompt.
3.You can usually find it in start>programs>MS-DOS prompt
or go to start>run , type command and hit return.
4.If it runs in the full screen mode, switch to the windowed mode.
You can do it by hitting Alt+Enter.
5. Now click on the tiny MS-DOS icon on the top left corner of
the window.You will get a menu.
6.On the menu, navigate to EDIT>MARK and click on it.
7.Now you will see a white box like cursor on top of the screen.
Drag it as you do to mark the necessary text.Do it as you
do in any wordprocessor.
8.Then hit enter or go back to the edit menu and click on copy.
9.Voila! you just copied from the prompt.
Here’s another trick. Are you bored of writing long paths?
Drag the folder whose path you need to write and
you automatically get it in the prompt.
If you are a Unix fan and hate retyping the commands you have
already typed, MS ships a tiny program called DOSKEY that
solves your problem.
Type DOSKEY in the prompt to install it for your session, then
you can simply recall the previously typed commands by pressing
the UP and the DOWN arrow

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Change the windows command prompt

Change the Windows command prompt.

PROMPT [text]

text Specifies a new command prompt.

Prompt can be made up of normal characters and the following special codes:

$Q = (equal sign)
$$ $ (dollar sign)
$T Current time
$D Current date
$P Current drive and path
$V Windows version number
$N Current drive
$G > (greater-than sign)
$L prompt $$

see now you get a prompt that looks like $ used in UNIX

ps: my prompt displays anything typed after prompt as the new prompt!!

Have you ever missed the HELP in DOS?

here is how you can get it.

type the command you wanted to get help on followed by ‘/’ and ‘?’

C:\WINDOWS>cd /?
Displays the name of or changes the current directory.

CHDIR [drive:][path]
CD [drive:][path]

.. Specifies that you want to change to the parent directory.

Type CD drive: to display the current directory in the specified drive.
Type CD without parameters to display the current drive and directory.

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Hello World !!

about infotech

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