Category Archives: Programming


Google Apps Script – shows a popup window – part 031.

The tutorial for today is about toast message into a spreadsheet. Use script editor, run the next code source it with authorization:

You will see a message toast in the bottom right area of the spreadsheet with this text: This is a toast message!

Google Apps Script – about Class GmailThread – part 030.

Today I will present briefly Class GmailThread. It can be used to retrieve data from incoming electronic mail received by Gmail. Let’s see a simple example. First, open a spreadsheet, and from Tools open the Script editor to run this source code:

. Add and run with authorization for Gmail A.P.I. and you will see… Read More »

Google Apps Script – delete a email – part 029.

This is simple to do. Open a GAS script in google editor. You can use the google drive menu New – Google Apps Script or create a new document and use from menu: Tools – Script editor to open a new google apps script editor. Select Gmail A.P.I. from the menu: Resources – Advanced Google… Read More »

C# – First steps with C# and .NET – part 019 .

Another C# example with constructors in a derived class using the online tool for C# . Another good online tool can be found on this web page. You can run it here with the command:

 The source code is this:

C# – First steps with C# and .NET – part 018 .

About you can read on the official webpage: MonoDevelop enables developers to quickly write desktop and web applications on Linux, Windows and macOS. It also makes it easy for developers to port .NET applications created with Visual Studio to Linux and macOS maintaining a single code base for all platforms. Today, I will show you… Read More »

Programming with FASM – divide / multiply in Linux – part 009 .

Today I will show you how to use the MMX instructions. SSE stands for Streaming SIMD Extensions and uses 128-bit registers: XMM0 XMM1 XMM2 XMM3 XMM4 XMM5 XMM6 XMM7 The capabilities of the XMM registers are: 2 64-bit floating points (double precision) 2 64-bit integers 4 32-bit floating points (single-precision) 4 32-bit integers 8 16-bit… Read More »