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Commenting in Popular Programming Languages

Every main programming language implements comments. Comments are ignored by the compiler and this is how a script generates it's own documentation. We know that Good code is self-documenting. We comment once we delete a chunk of code or to prevent rethink. If we build a library or framework, some sort of API documentation is very important to other developers for easy grasping. Remember to comment as often as possible. It’s important! Here is the list of comment styles of various languages_ 

Commenting in Popular Programming Languages_ www.virtualspecies.com
Ada
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The Stroop Effect Mind Game

Try and try and keep trying. NAME the COLOR aloud that you see, NOT the words that you are reading. ATTENTION: The COLOR of the worlds are different from what words say. Play this game over and over. Reaction time suppose to be high in the early stages, it will show improved reaction times and errors by replaying.


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CyanRedGreenBrownYellow
RedBrownGreenCyanYellow
BrownGreenCyanYellowRed
GreenYellowRedCyanBrown
GreenRedBrownYellowCyan
CyanBrownYellowRedGreen
BrownRedYellowBrownCyan

Take a Screenshot With Mac OS X

It always easy to take a screenshot on a Mac. We can take a screenshot of an entire desktop or an active window. In this post, we will talk about the built-in screenshot taking options right into the Mac OS without requiring any additional software.

      We can use COMMAND+CONTROL+SHIFT+4 to capture a part/portion of the desktop. A cross-hair cursor will appear for selection. We will be able to click and drag to select the area that we wish to capture. A screenshot of PNG file will be saved on the desktop once we release the mouse. The esc key can be used to turn off the cursor.
COMMAND+SHIFT+4

Style Odd or Even DIV Using jQuery


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