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    yeah, how can you explain the acronym when you use the acronym in the explanation??

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    Big Hairy Jimbo and I are starting to get into PHP & MYsql

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    Originally posted by Andy
    [B]yeah, how can you explain the acronym when you use the acronym in the explanation??
    Thats what the "recursive" part means....think about it....

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    To highly oversimplify the concept of PHP;
    It's kind of like putting all you HTML/DHTML into a database, where you can call upon it at will, allowing you to create a vast amount of pages using the data within templates.

    yeah, highly oversimplified
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bern


    Thats what the "recursive" part means....think about it....
    umm.. bern... you typed think. no thinking remember? (holiday rules) ;)

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    Originally posted by Andy
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    umm.. bern... you typed think. no thinking remember? (holiday rules) ;)
    hahaha...ok....../sbin/shutdown-brain -h "now"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bern


    hahaha...ok....../sbin/shutdown-brain -h "now"
    umm.. i'm sorry, could you pls convert that from linux to windows??

    is it something like this:
    start->shutdown->brain->and instead of the ok button, now

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    Well in KDE you would first do "K-->Log out-->Restore session when loging in next time-->OK" then "su -c shutdown -h "now" " you would replace -h with -r to reboot and you can set a delay instead of "now", "5" would be in five minutes. Then you see "Broadcast message from root"
    "System is going down for maintanence" "now!" or "In x minutes"

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    uhhh.... i'm confuse-a-ma-lated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy

    umm.. i'm sorry, could you pls convert that from linux to windows??

    is it something like this:
    start->shutdown->brain->and instead of the ok button, now
    I'm sure Windows would have a wizard for it, Andy ;) :D.

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