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<div id=”timelabel”></div>

<script type=”text/javascript”>

var leave = <%=seconds %>;

var interv=setInterval(CounterTimer,1000);
function CounterTimer()


var day = Math.floor(leave / ( 60 * 60 * 24))

var hour = Math.floor(leave / 3600) – (day * 24)

var minute = Math.floor(leave / 60) – (day * 24 *60) – (hour * 60)

var second = Math.floor(leave) – (day * 24 *60*60) – (hour * 60 * 60) – (minute*60)
hour=hour<10 ? “0” + hour : hour;

minute=minute<10 ? “0” + minute : minute;

second=second<10 ? “0” + second : second;
var remain=day + ” days   “+hour + “:”+minute+”:”+second;








Code Behind . . .

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Linq;

using System.Web;

using System.Web.UI;

using System.Web.UI.WebControls;

using System.IO;
namespace tests{
public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page


public double seconds;

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)


seconds = (GetEndTime() – GetStartTime()).TotalSeconds;


private DateTime GetStartTime()

{            return DateTime.Now;        }

private DateTime GetEndTime()        {            return new DateTime(2011, 8, 23, 8, 10, 0);        }



Thank you . .


1. The only things that you can pass between web sites are string values.

2. The other web site has to give you the names of the values that they will accept.

3. This passes values to PayPal.
1. Add each hidden variable needed as follows:

<input type=”hidden” id=”OrderID” runat=”server”>
2. The button that will submit values to the external site:

<input type=”button” onclick=”javascript: submitToPayPal(‘;);” value=”Submit to PayPal” >
3. Add the necessary JavaScript to the page:

<script type=”text/javascript”><!–function submitToPayPal(formAction){ var formElementsArray = document.getElementsByTagName(‘FORM’);   if ( formElementsArray != null )  {   var formElement = formElementsArray[0];
document.getElementById(‘__EVENTTARGET’).value = ‘ ‘;  document.getElementById(‘__EVENTARGUMENT’).value = ‘ ‘;  document.getElementById(‘__VIEWSTATE’).name = ‘NOVIEWSTATE’;
formElement.action = formAction;  formElement.submit();  }}// –>



Warm regards. .




Web Browsers

Different web Browsers


What is the Registry?

The Windows registry is a central hierarchical collection of software, hardware and user settings that are present in your machine. It is used in Microsoft Windows 9x, Windows CE, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium, Windows XP and Windows Vista. Although the Registry is common to several Windows operating systems, there are some differences among them. The registry plays a very important role in your computer’s operating system, for example, by allowing Windows to start and ensuring the stability of the entire system.

When the user makes any modifications to Control Panel settings, file associations, system policies and installed software, all these changes are reflected and stocked up in the registry. The Registry replaces most of the text-based .ini files used in Windows 3.x and MS-DOS configuration files, such as the Autoexec.bat and Config.sys.

Why is it important to remove malicious registry entries?

The majority of all hazardous parasites, especially Trojans, browser hijackers, spyware and adware threats have the ability to change the Windows registry. The malicious programs usually add various registry entries, generate new keys and modify default values. That’s why it is important to learn how to remove malicious registry entries so you can quickly detect and remove deep-seated infections. Invalid registry entries may cause a serious harm, and they may be a reason of sluggish performance of your PC as well.

Remove Spyware Registry Entries Manually

Warning: Removing spyware registry entries is difficult and risky. If you delete the wrong file, your computer may crash and important data may be lost. As a precautionary measure, please back up important files and set a System Restore point (click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore, and follow the on-screen instructions) or run a spyware check with a trusted anti-spyware program to automatically detect spyware.

Follow the steps below to manually remove registry entries:

  1. To open the Registry Editor, press the “Start” button and then choose the option “Run”. In the “Open” field, type“regedit” and click the “OK” button.

    Run Regedit 

  2. The Registry Editor has two panes. The left pane is to navigate on certain registry keys and the right pane is to see values of selected keys.

    The Registry Editor 

  3. To edit the value, right-click on it and select the “Modify” option.

    Modify the value 

  4. You can also double-click on the value with your left mouse button. Another option is to use the “Edit” menu, where you type in the chosen value in the window and click the “OK” button. You can do the same with any other value or registry key.

    Edit the value 

  5. Follow the same steps as just described to delete the value or the registry key. On this step, you will have to select the“Delete” option. If you get a list of results, you may want to plug them into the Web before you delete them, just to be sure you’re erasing malware-related keys.

    Delete the value 

  6. To add a new registry key or a new value, click on the “Edit” menu. Then, select option “New” and select a type for the entry.

    Add the new value 

  7. To export any key or value from the registry to the defined file, right-click on the object and select “Export” from the menu.

    Export the value 

  8. Enter a file name and save the exported registry files as a .reg extension.

    Export registry entries to a file 

  9. It is also possible to import a certain value or a key. Click on the “File” menu and choose “Import”. Then, select the objects that you want to import.

    Import registry entries 

  10. Close the registry editor and reboot your computer. If something appears wrong after you change the registry, you can restore the registry from the backup you’ve created.


We have one text box , we will type in that textbox and we want to listen what we have written into it . .

so we proceed –

1 . This is the first page i.e Default.aspx page . do not forget ‘add reference’ the speech library you will find in COM Libraries .

mnop software systems

mnop software systems

2. Second , use the following code as Code Behind the page in .cs file

mnop software systems

mnop software systems

mnop software systems
3 .Run the Project . .

Modification , you can try out with different sound options (girl,baby,Grandpa . . .)

Enjoy 🙂

sameer kulkarni

Differences between .Net and Java includes

  1. Java is from Sun, .Net is from Microsoft.
  2. Java is a language plus a runtime, .Net is a runtime framework that supports multiple languages, Visual Basic and C# (the .Net language most similar to Java) among them.
  3. C# is very similar to Java but a few years younger, and a bit nicer in some respects – it has a slightly simpler syntax for some common constructs.
  4. Java is more platform independent, it runs on several operating systems including Windows, Mac and Linux. .Net is primarily for Windows. Although the open source project Mono is developing a multi-platform runtime for .Net, so this is less of an issue than it used to be.
  5. .Net has a more integrated development environment, as the IDE, runtime and server all come from Microsoft as a standard package, while Java is based on third-party tool and server providers. It used to be the case that the .Net development environment was clearly superior, but the difference is smaller these days.
  6. It can be argued that Java gives more flexibility, as there are more server- and IDE-providers to choose from, at the cost of some extra overhead for the developer to get the different pieces to work together.
  7. Java is a open source , not the .Net .

sameer kulkarni


Two Methods will help you

1. Short-Out the JavaScript:

    1. Goto the page you want to download
    2. Select FREE button
    3. In the address bar put the following: javascript:alert(c=0)
    4. Click OK
    5. Click OK to the pop-up box
    6. Enter the captcha
    7. Download Your File

2. Request a new IP address from your ISP server.

    Here’s how to do it in windows:
    1. Click Start
    2. Click run
    3. In the run box type cmd.exe and click OK
    4. When the command prompt opens type the following. ENTER after each new line.
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /release
    ipconfig /renew
    5. Erase your cookies in whatever browser you are using.
    6. Try the rapidshare download again 


    Guys the eZshare site, uses a simple javascript function to encode the generated url link and make us wait for 35 seconds before its decoded and shown. Instead of waiting one can view the source of the page and copy the contents that start with ‘unescape’
    for exampleCode:

    and can use a simple decoder html page.

    I found one atCode:
    it works it uses only you guys can save it.
    Instead of viewing the source ..copy’g …converting… i wrote a small VB app which does that…just paste the linkeg.Code: Http:// in the text field and click ‘Get Link’, the app copies the download link to clipboard.
    The app does not contain any malicious code…the code is also in the rar file, in order to run extract the .exe and .html in a directory and run the exe.
    The app does not contain any error checking code.. if it does throws any errors..just open the code..its simple Wink

If you would like your desktop Icons to have no text underneath then try this tweak:

Right click the icon and select “Rename”

Now hold the “Alt” key and type “255” and hit Enter

NOTE : It may only work with the keypad numbers and not the number keys on top of the keyboard.


Regular expressions are used in day to day programming . . Like validations and scripting , Database Constraints etc . .

Validations – emails , phone etc …

Database – check . . . .email_id like ‘reg_expr’
ex – like ‘123_’

So Supports Regular Expressions on both sides ie ON CLIENT SIDE VALIDATION

Client side – It provides a validation control called RegularExpression Validator

EX- <asp:RegularExpressionValidator id=”revEmail” runat=”server”  ErrorMessage=”Please enter a valid ‘Email ID'”                                         ValidationExpression=”\w+([-+.]\w+)*@\w+([-.]\w+)*\.\w+([-.]\w+)*”             ControlToValidate=”EMAIL”   ValidationGroup=”CreateUserWizard” Display=”Dynamic” >                                </asp:RegularExpressionValidator>

Server Side –


using System.Text.RegularExpressions;

//define one regular expression and

Regex NaturalNo=new Regex(“[^0-9]”);

//read the value and compare it . .


Finally it returns bool value . .(true/false) .


Regular Expressions :

I neglected UPK sir and Ramchandra.Y sir while they teaching “Regular Expressions” 😦 . . .Now i have built a .Net library which is full of RegEx 🙂 . .I could have built it easier and faster if i had listened to them seriously . .i regret my past 😦