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Entries in Terminal (7)


How to Batch-Download Images from Tumblr

Tumblr logoTumblr is a great source of amazing photos, but downloading them one by one is impractical and tedious, especially when Tumblr users get creative (or crazy) with their page design and make navigation tiresome (or nearly impossible). This short guide will show you how to automatically download multiple images at once from any Tumblr page. All you need is your favorite terminal emulator application.

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Linux Essentials: Sed (Stream Editor)

Linux terminalIt's sometimes said that find, sed and awk are all you need when it comes to Linux command-line utilities. The last two are Turing complete, just like any other programming language. Having already covered grep, we move on to its stream-wrangling cousin, sed. Its purpose is filtering and transforming streams of text, which is a very loose and general concept in Linux. However, some of its functionality might not be all that obvious without reading the entire manual, but that's where this article jumps into the picture. Fire up your terminal and type along.

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C Programming Series Episode 3

In this episode we take a look at loops and if statements, demonstrate how they work and where to use them. We also look at infinite loops and how to avoid them. In the next episode we apply what we've learned about if statements and loops and build a simple program that finds the sum of multiples of 3 and 5 under 1000.  

C Programming Series: Episode 2

In this episode we deal with fgets and scanf to take in user input, and demonstrate which function is best to use at a given time. In the next episode we will take a look at if statements and loop structures.

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C Programming Series: Episode 1

In this first episode I teach you the different data types C uses as well as how they work, and how to declare and use variables. Finally, I show you how to format and output the information to the terminal.


In the next episode I will show you how to take in user input, store it, and then output it to the screen as well as more advanced uses for strings.



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