While browsing the internet I found a new type of virus scanning software that acted like a combo fix kind of deal. This scanner was called “Advance System Care” and advance is about right. This is a multi-purpose type of application that not only takes care of just viruses but can also defragment your computer or even check for other variants of harmful applications. It ranked in the top ten on CNET’s top download list and is recommended by other users as well. So seeing this application edged me into downloading it. So after taking the time to install it I began to use it to see what all of the fuss is about, and I won’t lie I was impressed by this software as well.
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In todays video we go over the basic principle of the If, elif, and else function in python. The best way to explain this in summary is to say that if one action happens, then this action happens. Elif (Or else that doesn’t end.) this action will happen; else (which is the ending statement) this action happens. Every if has to have an else. With out else the function will not work properly. There is no easy way to explain all this in code unless I show you what it means in code. For example:
In today’s video, we are going to be going over strings and variable again, just to make sure that you have the general idea down. I would like to remind those who watch these videos to type as I type and not to copy and paste everything in the videos. I am not a professional, but I find it easy to learn with a more hands on experience rather than a you see what you get. I would also like to remind you that if you have any further interest in learning python ahead of the videos, then please go check this great online book so that you can read ahead. That book again, is called Learning python the hard way: http://learnpythonthehardway.org/book/ Thanks for watching this series, and I hope you found it helpful in some kind of way.
Now it has been a while since I last did a tutorial video for Photoshop, and today I come back with something a bit more useful when it comes to making an animated logo. In the video I demonstrate how to animate using a sprite sheet, but the concept is quite simple to understand altogether. All you have to do is animate frame-by-frame, or in this case layer by layer. There isn’t a whole lot I can really show you through this article that I did in the video. But I will try my best to recapture this moment for you in text form for those who don’t like watching an eight minute video. So without further distractions, let’s get started.
Today I am going to show you how to setup and use a program called Virtual Box. Virtual Box is a virtual machine that emulates both hardware and software of a computer. Meaning you can run Windows on your Mac with no hassle what so ever. Firstly, I would like to say setting up this program isn’t as hard as you may think. So let’s dive right in, and get you on your way to using a Virtual Machine so you can experience a different kind of operating system today.