Open Registry Editor and point it to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\InternetExplorer\MenuExt
Create a new key that represents the text on the context menu. This may include â€˜&â€™ for keyboard shortcut.
Create a blank Html file, say myMenu.html and open it in notepad. Clicking on the new item in the context menu this is the script file which gets executed. Point the default value of the key (created in the step 2) to this html file.
Create a binary value Contexts, and sets its value as 0Ã—1. This can be 0Ã—2 if you want our item to appear when we right click on an image. Or 0Ã—10 if it should appear only it some text is selected. These values can also be binary OR-ed with each other.
In an interview a candidate was asked the question “Why We don’t Have pointers in JAVA?”, to which he replied like this:
I married a widow who had a grown-up daughter. My father, who visited us quite often, fell in love with my step daughter and married her. Hence, my father became my son-in-law, and my step-daughter became my mother. Some months later, my wife gave birth to a son, who became the brother in law of my father as well as my uncle.
The wife of my father, that is my step daughter, also had a son. Thereby, I got a brother and at the same time a grandson. My wife is my grandmother, since she is my mother’s mother. Hence, I am my wife’s husband and at the same time her step-grandson; in other words, I am my own grandfather.
I guess that’s why we don’t have pointers in Java.
A sign-in seal is a secret message or image that you select to help protect your account from phishing — a scam that tries to steal your password or personal information by spoofing a legitimate web site.
When you create a sign-in seal for your computer, you can be sure you’re on a legitimate Yahoo! site each time you use this computer to sign in to Yahoo!. Just look for the custom text or image you set up on this computer. If it’s not there, you might have landed on a “spoofed” site.
Your sign-in seal is saved on the computer you created it on. If you use more than one computer or browser, you may want to create a sign-in seal for each one.
Have you ever gone to a website that asks for your email address? (haven’t we all). You know that the moment you type it in, it is streaming across the net on its way to every spam database in the world. You simply can’t be that careless with your personal email address.
What if there was a website that any and every email address you can think of already exists. And you use any one you like, anytime you like – just by thinking one up.
Your Colleague : Hey!! Kya yahan baitha mail forward
karta rahta hai yaar !! Naye packages dekh…. Naye language seekh. Night out Maar….Fundoo programming kar like me….! Do something cool man !! You : Achha! To usse Kya hoga ..
Your Colleague: Impression!!! Appraisal !!!
Har appraisal main tu No 1!
Hike in salary !! Extra Stocks You : Phir kya hoga… Your Colleague : Project Leader ban jaayega..Phir Project Manager !!!
Phir Business Manager ! One day U will be a
Director of the Company man !! You : Acchha to phir kya hoga… Your Colleague : Abe phir tu aish karega! Koi kaam nahin karna padega !
Araam se office aayega aur MAIL check karega. You : To ab main kya kar raha hoon????
“Dikhawe pe na jao, apni akal lagao. Programming hai waste, trust only copy-paste “