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It may be wishful thinking, but is there an application you can install on windows 10 that will execute php files? Sort of like an emulator or VM? All I want to do is test a WCF service that I am writing from php.
I see articles on how to configure IIS to execute php but I don't want to mess with my IIS. I also found Apache Lounge but not actually sure what it will install.
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.
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Ah, I see you have the machine that goes ping. This is my favorite. You see we lease it back from the company we sold it to and that way it comes under the monthly current budget and not the capital account.
Certain filenames had a sort of nomenclature like this...
Bulk Rename Utility successfully removed the "_4" as I requested (actually, "_\d", no quotes) but it also removed several thousand desirable instances of that pattern which were embedded into other file names.
i.e., the desired part is in the middle of other file names, which I did not see on the preview screen when I was targeting the pattern on the end of the file names.
So, after years of keeping nearly EVERY work email I receive, in my Inbox, I'm trying to now go the route of keeping nothing in my Inbox. All unnecessary mail gets deleted & anything I want to hold onto, gets placed into a folder.
I feel my folder setup is a little messy though, & just looking for suggestions to see if there's a better way I can set them up. There are times I need to go back to an old email & need to shuffle through a few folders to find which folder category I filed the email under.
I basically have a folder for each dept in my company, & then for my IT dept, I have sub folders setup for each application our department works on & maintains. Plus add'l folders for general IT emails & stuff & another separate one for the ticket requests we have come in from around the company.
Anyone have an email folder structure that they like & they're happy with?
Lol. No, I don't have over 11 years of emails in my Inbox, if that's what you were referring to. I'm not THAT bad
I used to move my Inbox to an archive roughly every 6 months, labeled by the month & year it was archived, to reduce the inbox size (but I did tend to keep nearly all emails, out of fear of losing an email I may needed to reference later). Plus, these 11 years have spanned over several jobs, so I only had about an average of 3 - 4 years of archived emails at any given time.
I have about 30 email addresses, and get a lot of spam in the important ones. The most successful strategy that I have used for this and general organization is to create a folder for just about every type of message that I might receive, and create filters that send each message to the folder of interest (including spam). What is left in my "In" box is about 10% spam, which is either dispatched, manually filtered, or yet another filter gets created for it. If a message in a folder has not yet been handled properly, I keep it marked as "unread". The folders showing 'unread mail' comprise my "attention still required" list. There is still some manual processing, for example messages from myself, or a co-worker that has a kid on my kid's soccer team, but it works out.
I wanted to reach some understanding about a few lines of code, and the one who wrote it is out of reach for now... So I wanted to see the date it was added/modified, to check in our bug tracking system if there is something related... So I asked VS to annotate it... Exactly before the block I interested in there are two lines I just added (10 minutes before), but VS annotated it to 06/03/2011... How wonderful, now I can trust every date it shows...
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