Tagged: comment


How To Write Comment Block In Batch File MSDOS

Windows MS-DOS very useful programming environment for Windows family operating system. In order to complete jobs easier, faster and less error system administrators generally uses batch scripts. In order to remember or understand commands and functions written to batch script we generally use comments or comment block. In this tutorial we...


Java – Basics and Comments

Let’s start with simple Hello Poftut application. In application development comments are important because it provides clues about code. Comments are not included in code whiles compiling, interpreting or executing. They are just text can be read in code to give some hints. In java to mark comments // and...


C Syntax and Basics

We have successfully compiled our application. But while compiling we have no detailed information about the program. In this chapter we will look basics of C programming language. Token The smallest part of a C program is tokens. Compilers start by reading source code and parsing tokens. If there is...


Javascript Syntax and Basics

In this post we will start writing simple Javascript codes and run them on the browser. We will also look comments. Two Lines Of Code Our code is below. It is now two line and becoming more complex but not too much for our target.

Here is two JavaScript...


Python Syntax Tutorial

PYthon is practical and readable programming language. Python have different syntax from popular programming languages like C, C++, C#, Java etc. Python syntax makes it easy to learn. In this tutorial we will look some aspect of Python programming language syntax. Identifier Identifier is the one of the main topics...


Local Group Management For Windows From Command Line

Modern operating systems like Linux, Windows uses groups to manage user rights more flexible way. Users generally assigned to the groups to use groups related privileges like Local Admin , Remote Desktop User , Power User , etc. In this tutorial we will look how manage manage local user groups in...

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