lesson. Saturday , February 17th , 2018 - 04:51:58 AM
Even if someone is abusive to you, you asked this person to play that exact role they are playing for your learning. From experiences of abuse, we learn to become strong, learn to say no and stand up for ourselves. If we did not experience abuse, we would not be motivated to learn these lessons. We all have relationships and experiences that we can learn from in our lives so why not benefit from them and help your soul evolve.
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Below I will give you an example of a simple batch file that can be used for the practical benefit of the homeschooled student. First, though, I'll present some background information to provide some technical context. When using your WIndows PC, the typical way you do so involves using the mouse, keyboard and the display screen. Together these are referred to as the graphical user interface, or GUI (pronounced gooey). With the GUI you start up programs and interact with them to do the things that you use your PC for every day. These actions include reading email, doing word processing, playing games, and so on. But, in addition to this typical GUI interface to your PC, there is another, lesser known but vary useful one called the Command Line Interface, or CLI. You can use the CLI to create "batch files", which allow you to do some pretty interesting things.
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