This example tutorial shows how to add a text to canvas WebGL. In my example, I used the click refresh touchdown text. The rest of the source code is very simple. The HTML comes with the tag canvas, and the CSS area is filled with a simple background. The javascript… Continue Reading WebGL – refresh touchdown text 001.

You can test your WebAssembly skills by using the WebAssembly Studio online tool. First, JavaScript doesn’t support int64 yet, a signature with int64 in wasm can’t be exported to JS. This means I will use only 32 support with JavaScript. If you open this online tool will see this: this… Continue Reading Testing WebAssembly Studio online tool.

This tutorial has two parts. The first part refers to a book about javascript in different formats. The second part is about processing PDF files with Google Apps Script. Let’s start with the first part. The book is at this web address. The author comes with this brief introduction: Eloquent… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – extract text from PDF file – part 012.

This tutorial is about CLASP. You can use locally this tool that lets you create, edit, and deploy Apps Script projects. The clasp requires Node.js >= v4.7.4 to be installed.

This will open a webpage to authenticate with your Google account. Next step: create your project folder and use… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – the CLASP tool – part 011.

This is another simple tutorial using Google Apps Script. You can use this source code into your Code.gs file to translate a text into another language. The source code has tree variables for input text and for the two languages. The result is put into Logs and you can see… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – translate text – part 010.

Another issue with Google Apps Script is about shown video on sidebar area. See also the old projects with google apps scripts. NOTE: You can add using this way many info and data (info from google and document, maps, HTML info, and more). Let’s start with a new project and… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – show a video example – part 009.

This is a simple example of how to add a logo to your document using Google Apps Script. Is a good feature to add images (don’t use SVG file type) and create an add-on. First, you need an open document into google drive. Open Tools – Script editor and start… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – add logo example – part 008.

The easy way is to check the incrementing the eax register: The problem is much more complex if we are to discuss the subject. Let’s see the source code:

The x64 and x86 are symbols. The source code shows us the algorithm: recall correctly the EAX with  xor ; try to … Continue Reading Programming with FASM – test 64 bit CPU compatibility.

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