Monthly Archives: January 2018

Using wmic command under Windows 10 – part 003.

According to the Microsoft official website, see the link you can change the execution priority of the processes. You can see these two examples with the wmic commands:

Using wmic command under Windows 10 – part 002.

Today I used the wmic command to take arguments and make HTML files with output result in the same folder where you run the commands. Let’s see the commands used to solve these tasks:

Shadertoy – conversion of a GLSL example.

Today I will show you how to convert a GLSL source code to Shadertoy source code. This tutorial will help you better understand the elements involved in shaders and the display interface. Let’s see what the source code written in GLSL looks like:

To convert it into the source code for Shadertoy online tool,… Read More »

Shadertoy – notepad paper .

The Shadertoy website is a great tool to test your skill in writing shaders. This is my first try with this tool. See the source code I write to make a notepad paper example:

Use the fullscreen option to see correctly the result of this shader.

Yara python module – part 003 .

You can test your Yara rules by using first the Yara command tool from windows or Linux. The last version comes with source code :

For example, this rule shows us how to find files by size:

This rule finds files by specify the size conditions MB, KB and return the result. Then… Read More »

Google Apps Script – youtube info – part 005.

This is a five example with google script using Youtube API. You can see my last tutorials about learning with Google Apps Script to add and use a script. The example is very simple, just see the source code:

The SpreadsheetApp take an active sheet from your document. The content of the A2 cell… Read More »