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GetCurrentTask is the most basic of the task-related functions. The documented return value of this function is placed in the AX register, and the head of the task list is put in the DX register. Both the current task and the head task list are kept in KRNL386 global variables. Since KRNL386's data segment is FIXED and pagelocked, the two variables that the function retrieves will always be physically present in memory. Therefore, GetCurrentTask is completely safe to call from within an interrupt handler. This directly contradicts Microsoft's stern warnings that the only safe function to call from within an interrupt handler is PostMessage. Who are you going to believe Look at the evidence and decide for yourself. Since GetCurrentTask is such a simple function, it's clearer to present the few assembler instructions it uses than to show the function in C pseudocode.
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11: Separating Data from Presentation earlier in this chapter, and the structure templates discussed earlier in this section. Which of the language specific templates to process can be determined by language and accessed in the same way as the terms as I've outlined above. The further you go down the customization road, the closer you get to inventing a template language yourself. Be very careful not to reinvent XSLT. Keep the vocabulary that you use in the templates closely tied to the application in which you're using it. If you want a generic template language, use XSLT, and merge the stylesheets that define the customized look and feel of the result together in a two step process, as outlined in the discussion in the section Changing styles with XSL FO earlier in this chapter.
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3. The VA rating of the servers and other equipment that will be connected to the UPS should be calculated, so that the right size of UPS can be purchased. The UPS should come with enough serial cables to be able to attach to all four servers. The network OS of the servers should be configured to automatically shut down in case of a power failure. The UPS should then have its battery fully charged, and then tested to make sure that the battery will take over when power is disconnected, and that the auto-shutdown of the servers works properly.
What exactly is an object in terms that a Visual Basic programmer can understand Did you ever use a Type declaration in Visual Basic A Type declaration defines a custom variable type. It defines how the memory of that variable is divided up. Take a look at the Type declaration in Figure 8.1. The top line is the name of the variable type, and the next several lines define elements within that type. Now, since we know that an integer takes two bytes, and a long integer takes four bytes, we can determinethat the size of this new Type variable is eight bytes. If you re wondering what Type variables have to do with objects, it s very simple. Objects are a lot like an extended Type variable. So, understanding user-defined data types is a good prerequisite to understanding objects. I also like the analogy of the cookie cutter, because it truly does characterize the nature of the Type declaration. A Type declaration is a cookie cutter. It defines a variable type just as you would say an Integer is two bytes of memory that is accessed as a number; so the Type variable declaration says that the TIMESTAMP variable type is eight bytes long, and here is a list of all of its elements. The Type declaration is the cookie cutter and a variable of that type is the cookie. The cookie cutter determines the shape of the cookie. It is a tool. There is only one cookie cutter, but there can be many cookies made from the same cookie cutter. The code in Figure 8.2 creates a variable (a cookie) from the Type definition shown in Figure 8.1 (the cookie cutter) and accesses the elements of that variable. And so it is with objects. An object definition is called a class. A class is a cookie cutter for an object cookie. The major difference between that Type declaration and a class is that classes can define code as well as data elements. An object is nothing more than a custom control, except that although an object can have user-interface elements, it does not have to. For example, Microsoft Word is made up of many different objects: objects that handle file operations, objects that handle the display, objects that import data from other documents, etc. There is an application object, which has information about the application itself, Microsoft Word. And, there is a document object, which is the top-level object of the document you are editing or creating. Inside that document object are paragraph objects, and the paragraph object has information about the paragraph, its formatting, etc. And so, if you think of an object like an invisible ActiveX control, you d be doing pretty well for the time being. Figure 8.1 TIMESTAMP data type definition. Type TIMESTAMP Hours As Integer Minutes As Integer
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tions, painfully aware that he or she is re-inventing the wheel, but without any confidence that any particular modeler has done a better job. Such additions to data modeling's "body of knowledge" have been a long time coming. Books, papers, and educational material have continued to focus on the foundations of data modeling: modeling paradigms, diagramming conventions, and normalization. These are important topics, to be sure, but the absence of more developed material lends credence to the argument that data modeling does not deserve the status of a fully-fledged discipline. Perhaps the reason for the gap in the literature is that the individuals best placed to recognize common situations and to develop models for them are data modeling practitioners more particularly consultants who have had the opportunity to see a range of different business requirements. The models that they have developed over the years are a valuable professional resource, more profitably deployed on consulting assignments than as material for general publication. It also takes some courage to present one's own solutions for scrutiny by peers, all of whom will turn naturally to the problems for which they have personally developed the most elegant solutions! I am therefore delighted that Len Silverston has chosen to publish a second and substantially expanded edition of The Data Modeling Resource Book. The first edition was essential reading for anyone charged with developing data models for business information systems, and was particularly notable for including contributions by specialists in particular data modeling domains. The second edition retains this feature, covers new business areas, and updates the original material. Len's willingness to continue to improve the material gives me hope that the core models will acquire a deserved status as standard starting points. The second edition of The Data Modeling Resource Book is an excellent answer to the question "what is the second data modeling book I should purchase, once I've learned the basics " and every practitioner of data modeling should own at least two books on the subject! Graeme Simsion 1 January 2001
algorithm, neighbor elimination is applied on-tree neighbors (parent and children) of each node, instead of all neighbors of the same node. Note that the two-hop neighbor information is not directly available in ZigBee networks, but can be derived from the hierarchical addresses of the one-hop parent and children nodes. In the optimal on-tree forward node selection (OOS) algorithm, the technique of MPR (explained in the next section) is applied. The forward node selection problem for ZigBee networks is reduced to nding the minimal forward node set to cover tree neighbors of all neighbors of a given node. Thus, partial two-hop neighbor knowledge is required, with the appropriate memory requirements. The ZigBee on-tree selection (ZOS) algorithm has a similar performance as the OOS, but consumes less memory space than OOS; the difference is that ZOS derives tree neighbors of a node only when necessary while OOS stores the information beforehand.
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