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  1. This website is a repository of all manual pages available in the Arch Linux packages. It is an unofficial project created and maintained by the ArchWiki administrators.

    On this website, you can find:

    Listings of all man pages sorted alphabetically, by section or by language.
    Listings of English man pages sorted alphabetically or by section (or similarly for any other language).
    Listings of man pages in a particular section, e.g. all pages in section 1 or English pages in section 3.
    Listings of man pages for a particular package, e.g. coreutils or core/acl.
    And, of course, the content of each man page. There are 58036 man pages and 4980 symbolic links from 2864 packages, another 6815 packages don't contain any indexable man pages.
    The man pages are addressable as /man/<repo>/<pkgname>/<page>.<section>.<language>.<format>. Any part except <page> is optional: <repo> and <pkgname> can be used to disambiguate the page version found in multiple packages; if <section> is missing, you will be redirected to the first section found; the default language is en and the default format is html (other supported formats are txt and raw). Note that en is also the fallback language for pages, which are not available in any other language.
    Symbolic links, such as bunzip2(1), are implemented as HTTP redirects with the 302 status code. Symbolic links are included in per-package listings, such as core/openssl.
    http://jlk.fjfi.cvut.cz/arch/manpages
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2018-01-18)
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  2. Our collection of Raspberry Pi projects for makers of all skill levels. Follow the simple instructions in our tutorials to build your own Raspberry Pi projects! You can also check out our Getting Started page if you are new to Raspberry Pi. If you have any questions about a tutorial, please post them as comments and we will be there to help!
    https://diyhacking.com/diy-projects/raspberry-pi-projects
    Schlagwörter: , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2018-01-16)
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    https://semperplugins.com/documentation/top-tips-for-good-on-page-seo
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2017-03-02)
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  4. Link prefetching is a method for web pages to declare hints allowing web browsers to pre-load various external resources to speed up loading and rendering of the page. The resources can include JavaScript, CSS, image, audio, video or web font files as well as DNS names and TCP connections
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_prefetching
    Schlagwörter: von Felix Constantin Kraft (2017-02-16)
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  5. Features
    Polylang allows you to create a bilingual or multilingual WordPress site. You write posts, pages and create categories and post tags as usual, and then define the language for each of them. The translation of a post, whether it is in the default language or not, is optional.

    You can use as many languages as you want. RTL language scripts are supported. WordPress languages packs are automatically downloaded and updated.
    You can translate posts, pages, media, categories, post tags, menus, widgets...
    Custom post types, custom taxonomies, sticky posts and post formats, RSS feeds and all default WordPress widgets are supported.
    The language is either set by the content or by the language code in url, or you can use one different subdomain or domain per language
    Categories, post tags as well as some other metas are automatically copied when adding a new post or page translation
    A customizable language switcher is provided as a widget or in the nav menu
    The admin interface is of course multilingual too and each user can set the WordPress admin language in its profile
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/polylang
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  6. Do you want to translate your WordPress site in multiple languages? Wondering where to start? In this article, we will show you how to easily create a multilingual WordPress site.
    No you do not need to setup a multi-site or have separate WordPress installs for each language. You will be able to easily translate your WordPress posts, pages, tags, categories, and themes into as many languages as you like.
    http://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-g...-create-a-multilingual-wordpress-site
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2016-12-13)
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  7. You should use The NLP Dictionary to clarify or revise concepts that you have already met. The NLP Dictionary is not a suitable way to begin to learn about NLP. Further information on NLP can be found in the class web page lecture notes section. Other places to find out about artificial intelligence include the AAAI (American Association for Artificial Intelligence) AI Reference Shelf
    https://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~billw/dictionaries/nlpdict.html
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    http://devzone.zend.com/1886/creating...ge-templates-with-php-and-twig-part-1
    Schlagwörter: , , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2014-05-28)
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  9. Twig is a modern template engine for PHP Fast: Twig compiles templates down to plain optimized PHP code. The overhead compared to regular PHP code was reduced to the very minimum. Secure: Twig has a sandbox mode to evaluate untrusted template code. This allows Twig to be used as a template language for applications where users may modify the template design. Flexible: Twig is powered by a flexible lexer and parser. This allows the developer to define its own custom tags and filters, and create its own DSL.
    http://twig.sensiolabs.org
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  10. The regular expression I receive the most feedback, not to mention "bug" reports on, is the one you'll find right on this site's home page: b A-Z0-9._%+- » +@ A-Z0-9.- » +. A-Z » {2,4}b. This regular expression, I claim, matches any email address. Most of the feedback I get refutes that claim by showing one email address that this regex doesn't match. Usually, the "bug" report also includes a suggestion to make the regex "perfect". As I explain below, my claim only holds true when one accepts my definition of what a valid email address really is, and what it's not. If you want to use a different definition, you'll have to adapt the regex. Matching a valid email address is a perfect example showing that (1) before writing a regex, you have to know exactly what you're trying to match, and what not; and (2) there's often a trade-off between what's exact, and what's practical. The virtue of my regular expression above is that it matches 99% of the email addresses in use today. All the email address it matches can be handled by 99% of all email software out there. If you're looking for a quick solution, you only need to read the next paragraph. If you want to know all the trade-offs and get plenty of alternatives to choose from, read on. If you want to use the regular expression above, there's two things you need to understand. First, long regexes make it difficult to nicely format paragraphs. So I didn't include a-z in any of the three character classes. This regex is intended to be used with your regex engine's "case insensitive" option turned on. (You'd be surprised how many "bug" reports I get about that.) Second, the above regex is delimited with word boundaries, which makes it suitable for extracting email addresses from files or larger blocks of text. If you want to check whether the user typed in a valid email address, replace the word boundaries with start-of-string and end-of-string anchors, like this: ^ A-Z0-9._%+- » +@ A-Z0-9.- » +. A-Z » {2,4}$. The previous paragraph also applies to all following examples. You may need to change word boundaries into start/end-of-string anchors, or vice versa. And you will need to turn on the case insensitive matching option.
    http://www.regular-expressions.info/email.html
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