phpMyAdmin - Installation - On Windows

I made a tutorial with examples for the installation of Apache HTTP, PHP, MySQL, phpMyAdmin and some virtual host explanations, for Windows.

You can find this tutorial by following this link:

Zend - Framework 1.11 - Using Zend_Controller

Let's explain, with this tutorial, how this Zend_Controller works.

I added some examples in addition of the official documentation, even if most of my text is taking from the Zend documentation.

Zend - Framework 1.11 - Using the zf command line tool

An easy way to create a new Controller is by doing this with the command line.

On Windows, open a new terminal (SHIFT + right click on your project directory) and write this:

$ TheProjectDirectory> CompletePathUntil\ZendFramework-1.11.7\bin\zf.bat create controller Menu

It will create:

C - Library functions - Using strcmp()

In this tutorial we will see how to use the strcmp() function.
It returns:

C - Recursion - Displaying a string

In this tutorial we will see how to display a string with the recursive method.

Let's see this example of the recursive and the iterative method with the functions below:

Windows 7 - Installing - PHP, Apache HTTP, MySQL, phpMyAdmin on Windows

In this tutorial we will install PHP, Apache HTTP, MySQL and phpMyAdmin on Windows 7 with examples and explanations.
Note that it will work also on Windows XP and Windows Vista.

So we will install on Windows 7:

  • PHP 5.3.8

C - Character manipulation - Allocation memory

It is hard to understand conceptually what is happening when we create a string with and without malloc() allocation.
That is what we will see in this tutorial.

Let's see some examples of allocation memory, with and without malloc(), and let's see what is happening in the memory:

UNIX & GNU/Linux - Emacs - Auto-completion with Auto-complete

We all agree, without any auto-completion, write always the same functions is really annoying.
A guy named Tomohiro Matsuyama has created an auto-completion plugin, really helpful.

C - Linked lists - Head and End

I hope you liked my fantastic simple example of linked list (OK it was not so exciting, but it works fine).

C - Library functions - Using daemon()

In this tutorial we will see the daemon() function.
This function is designed to launch a program in background.

So when you exectute a program it will start and if you want to stop it, just make a Ctrl + C.

The program will stop instantly.


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