I wouldn't expect more from fossils. Can anyone remember when this keyboard was standard? (this refers to the image they have in the URL Behdad just mentioned) Masoud On Fri, 2004-02-13 at 06:16, Behdad Esfahbod wrote: God Anyone seen this piece of bs?
I know of a friend, Mr. Yusef Amiri, who with Mr. Rohani Rankuhi (long time DB expert and a professor at Shahid Beheshti/Melli University) wrote two books, all in MS Word, chapter by chapter. One of the books was on C++, the other one (IIRC) was on OO design or something like it. Yeah, that
Roozbeh, I bet you've never used MSFT word, have you? I had to use it for the reports/thesis I did at Sharif (circa 1997-8). There is this feature called 'Master Document' that is basically a binder for all kinds of word files, and can handle the chapter/page numbering and such. (I am talking
Roozbeh Pournader wrote: On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 18:24, Ordak D. Coward wrote: What is the cursor problem exactly? Have you tried typing multilingual text in an editor like MS Windows' Notepad? The cursor, the selection, etc, are very hard to handle easily. You'll get mad very soon. Yeah,
hi, farsi can be used for the content inside XML (that is as far as I know). and besides, nobody should do your homework for you, iff you want to learn something. cheers, Masoud farzad davani wrote: hi, can u tell me , how can i get a some information about XML with farsi language, cause i must
I second that. Specially when this email is archived, and google-indexed, and is likely to stick around _forever_. I guess the rule of thumb (which is very obvious) is that Don't send anything to public lists that you'll be embarassed for, if found by your wife/husband/boss/future employer.