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What does my blog says about me?

It' been really long time that i have posted something on my blogger. Recently i  have come across some kind of  interesting stuff across the web saying

What does my blog says about me?

After reading i have tried the same thing for my blog and i have found the following results which i am posting here...! and the link for the site is http://www.typealyzer.com.





Javascript Tabs

The following Code is used to develop a Simple Tabbed Navigation Using Javascript:


       var tabs = ["tab1", "tab2", "tab3"];
       function showtab(e) {
            for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
                    hide(tabs[i]);
            }
            for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
                if (e == i) {
                    toggle(tabs[e]);
                }
            }
        }

Hide/Show a Div using Java Script


The following code is used to show/hide a div using JavaScript:

function toggle(e) {
            var x = document.getElementById(e);
            if (x.style.display == "none") {
                x.style.display = "block";
            }
            else {
                x.style.display = "none";
            }
}

Send Mail in asp.net using c#

Send Mail in asp.net using c#:

The following code snippet is used to send an email in asp.net using c#. The code itself is self explanatory. The comments in the code help you to understand the code.

Overview of Embedded Development

Micro Processor and Micro Controller:

1.    Getting Started
                What do I need to know to get started with embedded development? Who should learn Embedded Development? Why should I learn Embedded Programming? These are quite simple and straight forward questions. Students, Professionals, hobbyists or anyone can learn embedded programming and there is no restriction. If you have an experience of high level programming, then u would be comfortable with the embedded development and don’t worry if you don’t even written any kind of computer program till date.

8051 (8 bit) Micro processer Instruction Set Reference:


8051 (8 bit) Micro processer  Instruction Set Reference:

Data Transfer    
Arithmetic
Branching
LOGICAL INSTRUCTIONS
MOV
 MVI
LDA
LDAX
LXI
LHLD
STA
STAX
SHLD
XCHG
SPHL
XTHL
PUSH
POP
OUT
IN
ADD
ADC
ADI
ACI
LXI
DAD
SUB
SBB
SUI
SBI
INR
INX
DCR
DCX
DAA
JC     RC
JNC  RNC
JP     RP
JM   RM
JZ     RZ
JNZ  RNZ
JPE  RPE
JPO RPO
CC   RET
CP
CM
CZ
CNZ
CPE
CPO

CMP
CPI
ANA
ANI
XRA
XRI
ORA
ORI
RLC
RRC
RAL
RAR
CMA
CMC
STC


IComparer


class MessageCompare : IComparer<Messages>
{
    public int Compare(Messages x, Messages y)
    {
        if (y.Date.CompareTo(x.Date) != 0)
        {
            return y.Date.CompareTo(x.Date);
        }
        else
        {
            return 0;
        }

    }
}

Google Maps API V3 for ASP.NET


Introduction

Google Maps provides a flexible way to integrate maps to provide directions, location information, and any other kind of stuff provided by the Google Maps API in your web application. Although there are some articles in CP explaining about maps, in my article I am going to provide information about the latest Google Maps API V3 version. In this article, we will see some of the common techniques that are used with Google Maps. In order to work with the code sample explained below, you need to have some basic knowledge about JavaScript and C#.

Master Pages and Themes

Introduction:
Master Pages in Asp.net allows you to control the layout, design and common controls of all the pages in the website/web application. With a single master page you can define the look and feel of your application which includes multiple content place holders. Along with Master Pages you can work with themes to provide the user with great User Interface. In this article we see an overview of how to
  1. Create a Master page with single and multiple content place holders,
  2. Add Content Pages,
  3. Nested Master Pages.
  4. Programming the Master Page,
  5. Creating themes for the application and
  6. Finally we will see how we can work with multiple themes.

Web.Config File - Asp.Net

Introduction

The time you start developing your web application until you finish the application, you will more often use the Web.config file not only for securing your application but also for wide range of other purposes which it is intended for. Asp.Net Web.config file provide you a flexible way to handle all you’re requirements at the application level. Despite of simplicity provided by the .Net Framework to work with web.config working with configuration files would definitely be a task until you understand it clearly. This could be one of the main reasons, that I have started writing this article.
This article would be a quick reference for the professional developers and for those who just started programming in .net, this article would help them to understand the Asp.Net configuration in an efficient way.The Readers may skip reading section "Authentication,Authorization, Membership Provider, Role Provider and Profile Provider Settings", as most of them are familiar with those particular settings.