In this tutorial, we show you how to do text-to-speech under Linux with the Festival application. First, you need to install it on your system. On my Fedora 12 I used this:
Try this command to see if it will allow you to use festival:
Now you can… Continue Reading Linux Text-To-Speech Tutorial
This is the simplest example of how to use assembly language to create a DLL file functional. It is written using flat assembler (FASM). An example is simple and I created for testing with python. You can call the function created with other programming languages?. After I created the DLL… Continue Reading Simple example about create DLL with FASM.
In this tutorial, I show you the basics of the parse XML file and access website. Also, I show that with the graphical user interface (GUI) using Windows PowerShell. It is very easy to use a Web service in PowerShell V2. We can use that with the new Cmdlet New-WebServiceProxy.… Continue Reading Web service and XML with Windows PowerShell .
In this tutorial, I show you the basics of creating a graphical user interface (GUI) using Windows PowerShell The framework of libraries .NET also referred to as assemblies, are provided specifically for graphical user interface creation, web application development, business process handling, and database access, and more… WinForms is a… Continue Reading Creating GUIs with Windows PowerShell
This tutorial presents a regular expression to remove comments from the FASM source code. You can use regular expressions in the Find and Replace dialogs by selecting the Use regular expressions check box. In the next image is the right way to remove comments FASM. The picture below is presented… Continue Reading How to remove comments from the fasm source code.
I used Geany under Windows at this time. Problem to be solved was: Eliminate to start numbering from the source code taken from the Internet. Use keys CTR + H to make replace the text with regular expressions and check to Use regular expressions from the dialog. For this we… Continue Reading Geany – regular expressions – part 003.
As we see in the image below, Geany uses regular expressions to modify the source code. I used a regular expression: [“\# >>>”]*(.*) to replace the # >>> with nothing. More about regular expressions on Wikipedia.
As we told in another tutorial about Geany editor, we can use regular expressions to change text or source code. In this example, Geany uses regular expressions ( keys Ctr + h) to remove the rows with numbers. I use this [0-9\. ]*$ syntax. Please see in the image below: