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Use Single Keyboard & Mouse with multiple CPUs or Computers

      There are many situations where a user needs to use a single keyboard & mouse with 2 or 3 computers or CPUs (with either one monitor or more than one monitor). Is this kind of setup possible? Yes. It is possible with either using a software or hardware. Both the approaches have… Read More »

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Linked List in C- Merge two Linked List into Single Linked List – Efficient

DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Try DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Linked List in C- Merge two Linked List into Single Linked List – Efficient : Input Linked List 1: one->three->five->seven Head of Linked List 1 is head1 Linked List 2: two->four->six Head of Linked List 2 is… Read More »

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Sony PlayStation 4 – Upcoming nxGen Console Unveiled

          PlayStation & Xbox – The Legendary Fight. The latest news is that Sony has unveiled its latest next generation console PlayStation 4 in Sony press conference. The hardware specification of the console was announced by the company. But the console was not displayed which is the sad part. The hardware specification include a CPU with eight AMD… Read More »

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Neo4j Query Tutorial – MATCH and MERGE

Example 1: Match two nodes and create a relationship between them. MATCH (person1:LABEL{id:'1234'}),(person2:LABEL{id:'5678'}) MERGE (person1)-[r:FRIEND]-(person2) Example 2: Match two nodes and create/update a relation between them. Optionally set properties to the nodes or relationships with ON CREATE SET or ON MATCH SET. Use r+={property:’value’} to add properties or update existing properties. MATCH (user1:USER{id:'123'}),(user2:USER{id:'456'}) MERGE (user1)-[r:FRIEND]-(user2) ON CREATE SET… Read More »

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