If you need to stop a process (program), you can use the "taskkill" command in Windows. Example: taskkill /im processname.exe /f You can also kill multiple processes at once that share similar names. Say you want to kill processname1.exe, processname2.exe, and processname3.exe running. taskkill /im processname*.exe /f For more detailed uses, check out Microsoft's TechNet … Continue reading "Kill A Process Using Command Line"
Sometimes when making a form, you want to display information in the form but you don't want it editable. This is often the case for when you want to display a text box / text area that displays text that the user cannot change (Ex. editing a user profile but leaving the username untouched). I … Continue reading "Form Input - Readonly Vs. Disabled"
If you ever need to write a script that automatically SSHs to another computer, use this script. You'll find that you cannot automatically SSH for two reasons. You can't pass the password through the ssh command You can't bypass the initial ssh key registration This script can handle both these problems. It requires the expect … Continue reading "Shell Script - Automatically SSH Without Key"
I love Halloween and I love scary movies. So what better way to celebrate Halloween than watching as many horror films as possible during the month of October. Since October has already started here are the movies I've already seen: 28 Days Later The Mist Visitation Scream Halloween (Rob Zombie's) Vacancy The Thing The Haunting … Continue reading "Halloween Horror Movie Month (HHMM)"
PDFs are great for having a basic file format that can be used across operatings systems and not be edited. But some times you really need to edit the information in the PDF. Well PDFtoExcelOnline.com comes to the rescue for getting tables in a PDF to an Excel spreadsheet. Go to PDFtoExcelOnline.com to convert your … Continue reading "Convert PDF Tables Into Excel Spreadsheets"