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Play Music Using C Programing

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Just follow the simple steps and start showing off:-

Step 1.

First Copy the Below Code :



#include < dos.h >
float main(void)
{
float A,Bb,D,G,F;
A = 440;
G = 780;
Bb = 461;
D = 586;
F = 687;
sound(G);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*D);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*Bb);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
sound(2*Bb);
delay(500);
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(D);
delay(500);
nosound();
//end 1
sound(G);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*D);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*Bb);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
sound(2*Bb);
delay(500);
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(D);
delay(500);
nosound();
//end 2
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
sound(2*Bb);
delay(500);
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(D);
delay(500);
nosound();
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(G);
delay(250);
nosound();
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(2*A);
delay(250);
sound(2*Bb);
delay(500);
sound(2*A);
delay(500);
sound(G);
delay(250);
sound(F);
delay(250);
sound(D);
delay(500);
nosound();
return 0;
}

Step 2.

Now Open Notepad..and Paste the Above Code in Notepad..

 

Step 3.

Now save the file as anyname.c as Save Type : All Type..
Now Paste the anyname.c file in BIN folder (Present in TC folder. )..

Step 4. 

Now Open the anyname.c file using Turbo C/C++...At last Compile It (Alt+f9) and just Run(Ctrl+f9).


Now you will listen a tune..

Try to get that Tune..!! ;)

Enjoy..!! :)
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Google's Handwrite Feature

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Google's Handwrite Feature :

A New Way to Search on Google For Easy Search
Google has always Providing the Innovative Thoughts to People and they Provide the Such Options which are very useful and Fast Reference to People with variety of New Innovative Search options they can choose to search from, they First providing the Feature of started with the text than came the image, than started the voice option Feature and now they are providing the New innovative feature that you have the ability to write down your queries on Google's homepage and than will be converted into text for you to search easily.

So now the Google Has the Feature of Handwrite by this whole Google's homepage is your canvas for writing down your queries and searching them easily on your smartphone or iPad.



Every time its not convenient for you to enter your queries on your Smartphone using than small keyboard, So now the Google Has the Feature of Handwrite by this whole Google's homepage is your canvas for writing down your queries and searching them easily on your smartphone or iPad.


How to Enable Google Search Handwriting Feature :



If you want to use this Google's New Handwriting Feature just you can simply turn it on by going to Settings > Handwrite > Enable and saving the settings out. Now Simply Reload Your homepage so that settings take effect and now you are ready to scramble across Google's homepage.


Google's Handwrite Feature Video:



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4 ways to Find Best Apps for iPhone & Android

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There are so many sources which will help you find best apps for your smartphone Iphone and Android..!!
But here the list of some of the best Sites which will help you to find best app for your iPhone and Android..




So here are the 4 sites to Find best app for your iPhone and Android:

 

1. Appolicious (Iphone, Andoid Apps):
Appolicious is the place to discover and share the latest and best iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android apps through social recommendations as well as reviews from users and our editorial team — ten new app articles per day with two video reviews. Find, share, and review apps in categories such as Games, Education, and Travel, or browse user-created lists of apps for anything from astronomy to karaoke. Get the best app recommendations based on what apps you already own, the apps the people you follow own, and what kinds of apps you’re interested in when you join Appolicious.


2. Fresh Apps(iPhone Apps):
As its name denotes, the Fresh Apps website is a portal that will let you find the coolest apps around for your best-loved mobile device. In general terms, the main page includes a selection of the most useful apps that surface and the freshness of each one is voted by the public.

The homepage features the “freshest” apps – that is, the ones with the most votes. Underneath each app listed is a download link, a link to the comments about the app, and a link to the details where you can read the full description of the app. That description is just like what you would see in the iTunes App Store. You can also search Freshapps for keywords or browse through the pages of apps.


3. AppSpace (iPhone, iPad, Android apps):
AppSpace, which also takes the lists of apps you have (for iPhone/iPod, iPad, Android, or BlackBerry) and, it seems, some demographic and psychographic information you provide to help you find new apps. Amount of effort needed: a little more, since you have to upload or input your apps and possibly rate them. But getting apps automatically and regularly recommended is a great way to keep up with new apps that can enhance your life or work.


4. Appbrain (Android apps):
AppBrain is a site just for Android apps. With less of a social-networking bent, AppBrain helps you sort through Android apps more easily than you can on the phone, and if you install the AppBrain app directly on your Android you can use it to manage your apps, install apps from the Web, and share your apps with others. It too provides broad recommendations for apps you might like.!!


Thats All..!!
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Core Java - Fundamentals | Volume 1

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This revised edition of the classic Core Java™, Volume I–Fundamentals, is the definitive guide to Java for serious programmers who want to put Java to work on real projects. 


Fully updated for the new Java SE 6 platform, this no-nonsense tutorial and reliable reference illuminates the most important language and library features with thoroughly tested real-world examples. The example programs have been carefully crafted to be easy to understand as well as useful in practice, so you can rely on them as an outstanding starting point for your own code.
Volume I is designed to quickly bring you up to speed on what’s new in Java SE 6 and to help you make the transition as efficiently as possible, whether you’re upgrading from an earlier version of Java or migrating from another language. The authors concentrate on the fundamental concepts of the Java language, along with the basics of user-interface programming. 

You’ll find detailed, insightful coverage of

Java fundamentals
Object-oriented programming
Interfaces and inner classes
Reflection and proxies
The event listener model
GUI programming with Swing
Packaging applications
Exception handling
Logging and debugging
Generic programming
The collections framework
Concurrency 


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Apple to Hold iPhone 5 Keynote on August 7

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iPhone 5 - Black - BezelApple will supposedly hold a keynote on August 7 to announce the iPhone 5.

iPhone 5


According to a “reliable industry source” speaking with KnowYourMobile, the Cupertino company is preparing to unleash its next big mobile device a bit earlier than anticipated — at least earlier than last year’s October 4 date — in order to suppress interest in Samsung’s Galaxy S III.

If an early August announcement is on the cards, we could possibly see a release later that month or the first week of September. While the earlier than expected reveal would once again throw Apple’s iPhone schedule out of whack, those who purchased an iPhone 4 in June 2010 (or thereabouts) with two-year contracts will already be up for renewal, which adds even more credence to the whole “stifling the Galaxy S III” argument.


At present there are no further details about specs, design or availability. Current rumours suggest Apple’s next flagship smartphone will feature an aluminium two-tone back panel and a larger 4-inch Retina display, as well as an NFC chip and a next-gen processor setup.

Apple is expected to offer a significantly different visual design from its previous models - the iPhone 4S was externally identical to the iPhone 4. There are plenty of rumours suggesting a range of aesthetic possibilities from unibody designs to curved ‘teardrop’ profiles.


The iPhone 5 will also be the debut device for the next version of Apple’s iOS operating system, iOS 6, which is expected to introduce a wealth of new changes in order to challenge its recently unveiled rivals: Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 and Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Of course, until Apple CEO Tim Cook is up on that stage with a new iPhone in hand, there’s just no way of knowing the company’s plans, no matter how many cases leak or engineering models show up How will iPhone 5 Look Like..


[via KnowYourMobile]
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How will iPhone 5 Look Like

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There's a lot of 'information' out there on what the new iPhone 5 will look like - be it larger screens, coloured backs or a whole glut of new technology tagged on the back.

However, while there's (unsurprisingly) nothing in the way of a genuine leak from Apple when it comes to the iPhone 5, there's a wealth of content from fans trying to guess/hint what the new iPhone will look like.

Here's a gallery of images show the most likely design of the iPhone 5 (or just things that would clearly never happen, but come on... it's cool).
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iPhone 5 
                iPhone 5 - white! 
                iPhone 5 - white!
Credit: Martin Utrecht (Flickr)

This is the pick of the bunch - a very impressive render based on all the iPhone 5 rumours collated so far. The two tone back and sleek design from Martin Utrecht are so on message that a number of sites were fooled into thinking this was THE new iPhone. It's not though. Don't get excited.
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iPhone 5 

Credit: Ciccarese Design

We're fans of this design not because it's likely to happen, but more because it will appeal to the Apple fanboys of the world. It's basically the unholy fusion of a Magic Mouse and an iPhone (with more than a nod to the much-fabled iPhone HD) from Ciccarese Design.
Although if it did double as a mouse, you'd have to pray that's going to be the next generation of Gorilla Glass protecting the screen.
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      iPhone 5 

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Credit: NAK Phone Design

This is the most 'normal' of all the renders we've chosen here, and for that very reason we're happy to state that if Apple goes in a new direction with the iPhone 5 design, this could very well be close to the mark with a more rounded-yet-industrial design.
However, it does look a bit like a Sony Ericsson Satio, which is a BAD THING. Although we do like the smorgasbord of colours here from NAK.
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iPhone 5Credit: tob!s

What's this?A phone with a smart cover? That makes a lot of sense. The rest of the concept is a little on the bland side (although you should check out the full range over on Concept-Phones) with a more angular design, but we love this cover notion.
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   iPhone 5 

         The New iPhone From ADR Studio... Oh My God!
          The New iPhone From ADR Studio... Oh My God!
Credit: ADR Studios

Love this concept for one reason: the idea of incorporating the home button into a dock at the bottom of the screen. Would it work in practice? Probably not, as it would only be relevant for the home screen and engineering that into an LCD panel would be a pain in the posterior.
But in concept land here - there are no limitations, so kudos to ADR Studios for a decent range of ideas on the next iPhone.
And to that end, here's the ultimate in concepts for the iPhone - a video from Aatma that comes up with the idea of projecting a keyboard from the iPhone using a laser.
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Make. This. Happen.!!
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iPhone 5 concept features Video:

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