Lec 3 | MIT 6.00SC Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Spring 2011

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What does “revert” do in CSS?

(electronic music) I noticed a new global value recently that I hadn’t seen before, and I was a little surprised to see it because I thought we already had a value that did this, and it turns out we didn’t. I was misunderstanding what was there. So I just want to show you some differences

CMD : Test Internet Speed in Ubuntu

Introducing Speedtest-cli: it’s a command-line utility that lets you run Speedtest from the Ubuntu terminal It does everything that the Speedtest website does but with Ubuntu command arguments sudo apt install speedtest-cli Use Speedtest-Cli To run a basic internet speed test with the Speedtest-cli tool, launch a terminal, and run speedtest-cli in it What follows

Darum ist unser Internet so langsam

Wann hast du dich zuletzt über dein Internet aufgeregt? “Alle paar Tage.” “Gestern erst, heute früh…” “Jeden Tag.” Warum ist unser Internet immer noch SO langsam? Weil die Bundesregierung gerade den Breitbandausbau verkackt! Ich will mit euch über Internet sprechen. Dieses Internet. Weißt du, wie breit Breitband ist? “Ich würde sagen so das ganze einfach.”

BNF in Real Life – Intro to Computer Science

[Sarah] This question comes from Crazy Puff. “Can you give some examples of how Backus–Naur Form is used in practice? For example, being a formal way to describe a language, it seems that BNF might find some use in creating compilers or interpreters or other tasks involving teaching a computer to understand text. Also, BNF

Lec 6 | MIT 6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Fall 2008

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