XBM stands for X bitmap , which is just a mapping of bits , where each bit , can be one of two colors .

X stands for the X protocol . XBM is a format , which can be used for creating X application icons .

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This tutorial will show the difference between $@ , $* , "$@" , and "$*" , in both the bash and zsh shells .

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CGI stands for the common gateway interface . It is a way , for a web server to run external applications .

Each application or script or whatever , will have a process created and destroyed for each request . The web server is in charge of creating and destroying the processes , and is the owner of the process ...

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This tutorial is abut how to configure replication in orientdb . It will start by showing how to download orientdb , next it will explain what is the server.sh script , how to deal with the problem of low memory , what is OHazelcastPlugin , how to configure the replication protocol and database replication , how to check if everything is working , and finally how to make two instances of orientdb work on the same PC .

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A View has a set of attributes , such as its android:layout_width , or its android:layout_height . Some of these attributes are used to customize the appearance of a view , this is called styling the view , or applying a style to a given view .

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A TableLayout is first of all a LinearLayout with a vertical orientation , so the properties of LinearLayout , such as weight , apply to a TableLayout . layout_weight is just how the remaining free space is divided .

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