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WiSee – Hand gestures enable through wireless(WiFi) signals

            The digital world has become very much interactive. The way in which we interact with the electronic devices has changed a lot. It has made our lives even better. Below are some of the devices and how we interact with it. Voice command for controlling TV and computers Hand… Read More »

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Ruby on Rails – Error installing mysql2: Failed to build gem native extension – Ubuntu Linux

      This is a very common issue where we get error “Error installing mysql2: Failed to build gem native extension” while installing mysql2 gem in Rails(in Ubuntu Linux OS). The problem is due to missing libmysql(from MYSQL) file. Linux Solution:       To solve the issue install the compnents libmysql-ruby and libmysqlclient-dev using the… Read More »

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World’s Smallest PC- Intel Vs AMD

         The size of the computers are getting small day by day. The technology partners and manufacturing partners are competing each other to deliver their best. Here we have Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC) and Sapphire Edge VS8 which is powered by AMD APU. The Intel’s product comes with different configuration and the Sapphire Edge VS8… Read More »

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Cannot delete folder: It is being used by another person or program – How to Solve this Issue

      Many of you might have faced this issue when ejecting pendrive or USB harddrive from the computer. This issue comes when the content of the pendrive pf the external drive being used by the system. For example, consider a word document from a pendrive is opened. Now you will not be able… Read More »

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Linked List in C- Print Linked List in Reverse Order using Recursion

DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Try DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Linked List in C- Print Linked List in Reverse Order using Recursion : Source Code : #include<stdio.h> struct node *head=NULL; //Pointer to store the staring node of the linked list //Always stores the address location of first… Read More »

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