Starting your script with: for (var i=0 … Complete the code so that it prints out the numbers 100 to 1. You have 10 minutes.
Hopefully I’ve not misinterpreted the challenge here. Count to 100, if the number is divisible by three, output Fizz, if divisible by five, output Buzz. If its Divisible by 5 and 3, FizzBuzz!
I use a couple of different technologies to store large quantites of data on my “server” at home, namely Storage Pools combined with Data Deduplication on Windows Server 2012 R2. Up to a couple of weeks ago it was working great but I’ve started to notice oddities which couldn’t really be explained… So I decided… Read More »
….bit of an experiment this one. I wanted to set up a Windows Server 2012 R2 instance, not hooked up to Active Directory (so just in a workgroup), with a self signed certificate (mainly because I couldn’t be bothered to setup a full certificate chain).
Quick one today. Wanted to change a servers default gateway in a CMD file. Easiest way to do it is to use NETSH. Its a very powerful tool (All Windows versions after XP) that has many uses from configuring the Windows Firewall to resetting branchcache. In this instance I wanted to do a simple default… Read More »
Quick one for you (and there’s probably easier ways of doing this)…only took ten minutes to work it out tho. I needed to get the Fully Qualified Domain Name of a computer on the network into an environment variable in a batch script. Here’s the code snippet: @ECHO OFF FOR /f “tokens=2,* delims= ” %%a… Read More »