What are .NumberFormat Options In Excel VBA – Stack Overflow

What are .NumberFormat Options In Excel VBA – Stack Overflow
Note this was done on Excel for Mac 2011 but should be same for Windows Macro: Sub numberformats() Dim rng As Range Set rng = Range(“A24:A35”) For Each c In rng Debug.Print c.NumberFormat Next c End Sub Result: General General Number 0 Currency $#,##0.00;[Red]$#,##0.00 Accounting _($* #,##0.00_);_($* (#,##0.00);_($* “-“??_);_(@_) Date m/d/yy Time [$-F400]h:mm:ss am/pm Percentage 0.00% Fraction # ?/? Scientific 0.00E+00 Text @ Special ;; Custom #,##0_);[Red](#,##0) (I just picked a random entry for custom)

Arc Lisp Tutorial

Arc Lisp Tutorial
Like Common Lisp assignment, Arc’s = is not just for variables, but can reach inside structures. So you can use it to modify lists: arc> x (a b) arc> (= (car x) ‘z) z arc> x (z b) Lists are useful in exploratory programming because they’re so flexible. You don’t have to commit in advance to exactly what a list represents. For example, you can use a list of two numbers to represent a point on a plane. Some would think it more proper to define a point object with two fields, x and y. But if you use lists to represent points, then when you expand your program to

newyorker.com: The Astonishing Rise of Angela Merkel

newyorker.com: The Astonishing Rise of Angela Merkel
Meanwhile, Merkel has neutralized the opposition, in large part by stealing its issues. She has embraced labor unions, lowered the retirement age for certain workers, and increased state payments to mothers and the old. (She told Dirk Kurbjuweit, of Der Spiegel, that, as Germany aged, she depended more on elderly voters.) In 2011, the Fukushima nuclear disaster, in Japan, shocked Merkel, and she reversed her position on nuclear power: Germany would phase it out through the next decade, while continuing to lead the world’s large industrial economies in solar and wind energy. (A quarter of the country’s energy now comes from renewable sources.) Meanwhile, she’s tried to rid her party of intolerant ideas-for example, by speaking out for the need to be more welcoming to immigrants. Supporters of the Social Democrats and the Greens have fewer and fewer reasons to vote at all, and turnout has declined. Schneider, a leading member of the generation of ’68, said, “This is the genius of Angela

drdobbs.com: Google Offers 750 Free Design Icons

drdobbs.com: Google Offers 750 Free Design Icons
Google Design has freely open-sourced 750 glyphs (or typographic icon/symbols) as part of the Material Design system icons pack. Google Design is a division/place for designers to learn about design at Google and how to create products on platforms like Android and the Web. The system icons contain icons commonly used across different apps, such as icons used for media playback, communication, content editing, connectivity, and so on. Google says they’re equally useful when building for the Web, Android or iOS. A complete live preview of the icons is available here. A good number of the glyphs here feature in Android 5.0 Lollipop – and they also form an element of Google’s Material Design renovations so developers can use them to keep applications looking sharp and up to date.

Linux: Find Out Which Process Is Listening Upon a Port

Linux: Find Out Which Process Is Listening Upon a Port
netstat – a command-line tool that displays network connections, routing tables, and a number of network interface statistics. fuser – a command line tool to identify processes using files or sockets. lsof – a command line tool to list open files under Linux / UNIX to report a list of all open files and the processes that opened them. /proc/$pid/ file system – Under Linux /proc includes a directory for each running process (including kernel processes) at /proc/PID, containing information about that process, notably including the processes name that opened port. You must run above command(s) as the root user.

High Performance Linux

High Performance Linux
There is special type of DDoS attacks, application level DDoS, which is quite hard to combat against. Analyzing logic which filters this type of DDoS attack must operate on HTTP message level. So in most cases the logic is implemented as custom modules for application layer (usually nowadays user space) HTTP accelerators. And surely Nginx is the most widespread platform for such solutions. However, common HTTP servers and reverse proxies were not designed for DDoS mitigation- they are simply wrong tools for this issue. One of the reason is that they are too slow to combat with massive traffic

medium.com: Why Does United Airlines Still Exist?

medium.com: Why Does United Airlines Still Exist?
I was downgraded from first class because some marketing genius at United decided to add a new upsell feature to the website – but no one bothered to extend the legacy system they use behind the scenes to capture the new data from the ticket sales process. (This is a common problem with enterprise software these days: companies build new features in their websites but can’t integrate those features properly with their core processing systems.) All of this just reinforces a point I’ve made several times before: the computer systems holding together the world’s largest companies are held together by duct tape and string.

newyorker.com: Why I Left United Airlines

newyorker.com: Why I Left United Airlines
The United merger is a grand example of a consumer sinkhole-a merger that proves to be not just a onetime event but an ongoing disaster for consumers (and shareholders) who suffer for years after. I wasn’t the only one who noticed the airline’s descent. Since 2011, United has piled up a mountain of consumer complaints (according to one report, only Spirit has more per passenger) and has repeatedly tallied some of the worst quality rankings in the nation, trailing even discount airlines like Frontier and AirTran. A Web site named Untied.com collected these complaints; United tried to sue it out of existence.