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The grep command checks to see if the text string listed as the first parameter is contained in the file listed as the second parameter. If it is, the grep command returns a TRUE value, and the if statement executes the code in the then code block, listing the files in the user s home folder. However, if the text string isn t in the passwd file, the grep command returns a FALSE value, and the if statement executes the code in the else code block. The if statement delineates the end of the else section. You can also nest if-then statements to check for several situations in your script code. Instead of having to write separate if-then statements, you can use an alternative version of the else section, called elif:
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If you plan on porting applications to VB .NET, you need to consider the data type changes. In VB 6, it was common to declare numeric types as integers that were used for looping and counters. In VB .NET, this might be a bad idea. The Integer data type is a very large number, so using the correct type for the correct operation still needs to be considered. You might want to change the Integer data types to Short data types in the conversion process. The .NET Framework SDK points out that 32-bit numbers run faster on 32-bit systems and 64-bit numbers run better on 64-bit systems. This makes sense, because the OS doesn't need to do any internal conversion to process the types. However, in the end, you consume way too much memory if you declare all your variables as 64-bit numbers just to be prepared for 64-bit Windows in 2004. In Visual Basic .NET, the variant data type no longer exists. If you developed applications in VB 6, the variant data type was the default data type. VB Script, the language of choice for many ASP developers, is a typeless language. This means that no data types exist, except for the default type. Everything in VB Script is a variant data type. If you decide to declare variables without a type in .NET, the default is the object type. When porting, you need to consider that if you don't change the variables declared without a type, you are forcing the object type to be used, which uses late binding. Late binding means that the compiler does not know the type at runtime, and it is forced to convert the data in order to use it. There is a performance penalty when this occurs. Reference types versus Value types In .NET, there are two variations of types: reference and value. What matters when you are developing is whether the data you are working on is in its own memory space, or if it is simply a pointer or reference to another area of memory holding the value of the data. Table 5-3 defines the rules for value and reference types. Table 5-3: Reference Types and Value Types Value Types Numeric, Boolean, Char and Date data types. Structures Enumerations Reference Types String data type Arrays Classes
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1. Open the Parasolid file from the CD-ROM called 26 Bonita Tutorial.x_t. 2. Using the Selection Filter set to filter Face selection (the default hotkey for this is X), select all of the faces of the leg. You can use window selection techniques to avoid clicking each face. 3. Click the Delete Face button on the Surfaces toolbar, or access the command through the menus at Insert Face Delete. Make sure that the Delete and Patch option is selected. The selected faces and the Delete Face PropertyManager should look like Figure 26.26. Click OK to accept the feature. 4. Repeat the process for a second leg, leaving the third leg to be separated from the rest of the part and patterned. 5. After the two legs have been removed, click the outer main spherical surface, and then from the menus, select Insert Surface Offset. Set the offset distance to zero. Notice that a Surface Bodies folder is now added to the tree, near the top.
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During the data life cycle there are distinct points when the conversion to a new database proves beneficial and provides value. During these nexuses, a determination of the new database s features, requirements, value, and business needs must be made. Should enough evidence support the migration, then time-consuming projects begin to translate the data, schemas, and business logic to the new database. Aware of the time and cost inherent in these activities, Microsoft has provided the SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA), coinciding with the release of SQL Server 2005, to aid in migrations from alternative databases.
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Figure 8.72 Large-signal capacitance/voltage curve for an SBT ferroelectric capacitor. The magnitude of the voltage ramp rate is constant for the measurement. (Data courtesy of Symetrix Corp.)
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