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An Indian discovered that nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere on the computer which can be named as "CON". This is something pretty cool...and unbelievable... At Microsoft the whole Team, couldn't answer why this happened!


TRY IT NOW ,IT WILL NOT CREATE " CON " FOLDER






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This is something pretty cool and neat...and unbelievable... At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates, couldn't answer why this happened!
It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out yourself...
Open Microsoft Word and type
=rand (200, 99)
and hit enter.



Tupia unazojua for sharin...sharing is caring
 
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=rand (200, 99) mhhh nmegundua hapo kuna kitu kama (column, line) au (x, y) kitu kama hicho so uki-replace hizo numbers mfano ukiweka (0,0) nothing is created mnake hiyo ni sentence 1 ambayo inakuwa duplicated the more you increase the values. Lakini Bill Gates hausiki moja kwa moja katika haya mambo sasa hata ukimuuliza hawezi kukujibu. Utakuta MS Word ina instruction karibu million sasa hapo ndo utata unapokuja...
 
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An Indian discovered that nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere on the computer which can be named as "CON". This is something pretty cool...and unbelievable... At Microsoft the whole Team, couldn't answer why this happened!


TRY IT NOW ,IT WILL NOT CREATE " CON " FOLDER






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This is something pretty cool and neat...and unbelievable... At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates, couldn't answer why this happened!
It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out yourself...
Open Microsoft Word and type
=rand (200, 99)
and hit enter.



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if you search the word itanimulli which is the opposite word for illuminati on google it takes u direct to NSA official site.jaribu ujioneee.
 
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if you search the word itanimulli which is the opposite word for illuminati on google it takes u direct to NSA official site.jaribu ujioneee.
sio kweli hio kitu haipo kabisa.
 
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huna bahati.unatumia browser gani mkuu.mbona iko wazi ingia google write the word illuminati backward(itanimulli) then gonga search itakuletea links za Welcome to the National Security Agency - NSA/CSS.halafu bisha tena.ikikataa najipiga ban mwenywe JF.
Nilikuwa sijakuelewa. Lakiini hii kitu mbona ni ya kawaida URL FOWARDING. Au naweza tengezea site yangu na kuweka meta keyword za site nyingine. Mfano kwenye website yangu ni define search engine keywords za Jamii Forums what do you expect!! results zitadesplay site ya JamiiForums.
 
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Nilikuwa sijakuelewa. Lakiini hii kitu mbona ni ya kawaida URL FOWARDING. Au naweza tengezea site yangu na kuweka meta keyword za site nyingine. Mfano kwenye website yangu ni define search engine keywords za Jamii Forums what do you expect!! results zitadesplay site ya JamiiForums.
angalau umekubari.....
 
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angalau umekubari===angalau umekubali
 
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Watu uwa mnazusha mambo wakati majibu yake yapo. kila kitu kina jibu na jibu la kwanza ni hili:
It is the legacy of MS-DOS. "Con" stands for "Console", just like "prn" stands for "printer".

If you're in DOS console and type:
echo "Hello, world" > example.txt

A text file with a single line (hello, world) called "example.txt" is created.

But if you type:
echo "Hello, world" > con

The system re-directs it to the console, i.e., the standard output, i.e., the screen.

So "CON" is a reserved keyword for designing standard input/output devices (keyboard/screen) in console mode. You can't use a reserved keyword to name a file or folder.

There are some "file" names that are reserved for devices.
You might have heard of COM1 (for Comm Port 1), LPT1 (For Line Printer 1) or PRN (for Printer)?
Well, there's also COM2, CON (for console) and NUL (for Null).
It's a legacy of MS-DOS that you can still use in the Command Prompt
The word "CON" is one of many special words that is inherent to the underlying operating system. It's short for "Console" meaning your screen and is considered an output device (usually). It can actually be used as an input device, too, using the commandline 'copy con' command. Since it's special, and reserved for an input/output device, the OS doesn't allow you to create anything else that it would have to recognize as 'con'. If you have to create a file
you have to type in dos prompt :Copy con < file name>

Na jibu la pili ni hili sababu ni hii

Its used to test word documents, as filler text and also to test fonts.

The first number is the amount of lines, and the second the amount of times the sentence is printed per line.

The sentence "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the roman alphabet. As such, it's a convenient test phrase when testing things like fonts and markup.

It was programmed in there by Microsoft for test text. Its similar to a "macro".

Hivyo basi acheni kuja na kamba kwamba hata microsoft wenyewe hawana jibu kuhusu haya mambo. Na si kila kitu kitu anakijua bilgates, bilgates kama Bakheresa, huwezi sema Bakheresa anajua kila bidhaa yake inavyotengenezwa, Utofauti wa Bakheresa na Gates ni kwamba Gates yeye programmer pia lakini si kila kitu kina mkono wake ndiyo maana kaajiri watu wengi sana.
 
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Na wewe jibu la hiki kitu ni hili hapa:

Some people want to make a conspiracy out of this, and want to know why the White House and the NSA would want an Illuminati domain to point back to their respective sites. This answer took me 1 minute to solve. The answer is that it's not their domain.

I went to GoDaddy.com and did a Who-Is search for the domain's to find out who the owners are. They are owned by a two different dudes. I normally would not post someone's name and address, but in this case it is public information and is directly relevant. This is all public information that is easily accessible to anyone wanting to know.

Itanimulli.us is owned by:
Scott Lamb
25 Venita Drive
Athens, Georgia 30606
United States
GoDaddy search results: Link

Itanimulli.com is owned by:
John Fenley
1985N 360E
Provo, Utah 84604-1803
United States
GoDaddy search results: Link

All that is going on here is this: These two guys bought the addresses, and then did a redirect for each domain. They simply made Itanimulli.us forward visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, and Itanimulli.com forward visitors to NSA.gov.
Source: yahoo answers
 
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Na wewe jibu la hiki kitu ni hili hapa:

Some people want to make a conspiracy out of this, and want to know why the White House and the NSA would want an Illuminati domain to point back to their respective sites. This answer took me 1 minute to solve. The answer is that it's not their domain.

I went to GoDaddy.com and did a Who-Is search for the domain's to find out who the owners are. They are owned by a two different dudes. I normally would not post someone's name and address, but in this case it is public information and is directly relevant. This is all public information that is easily accessible to anyone wanting to know.

Itanimulli.us is owned by:
Scott Lamb
25 Venita Drive
Athens, Georgia 30606
United States
GoDaddy search results: Link

Itanimulli.com is owned by:
John Fenley
1985N 360E
Provo, Utah 84604-1803
United States
GoDaddy search results: Link

All that is going on here is this: These two guys bought the addresses, and then did a redirect for each domain. They simply made Itanimulli.us forward visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, and Itanimulli.com forward visitors to NSA.gov.
ze commedy
 
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Haya mambo kila mtu anaptia google anasoma nakuja elezea hapa hakuna anayeyajua from no where hata aliyepost hiyo post ndiyo maana kakwambia aliyegundua hiki ni flani na flani sio yeye meaning katoa sehemu.
Make google your friend it will answer almost 98% of your questions
 
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Haya mambo kila mtu anaptia google anasoma nakuja elezea hapa hakuna anayeyajua from no where hata aliyepost hiyo post ndiyo maana kakwambia aliyegundua hiki ni flani na flani sio yeye meaning katoa sehemu.
Make google your friend it will answer almost 98% of your questions
usisahau
 
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Watu uwa mnazusha mambo wakati majibu yake yapo. kila kitu kina jibu na jibu la kwanza ni hili:
It is the legacy of MS-DOS. "Con" stands for "Console", just like "prn" stands for "printer".

If you're in DOS console and type:
echo "Hello, world" > example.txt

A text file with a single line (hello, world) called "example.txt" is created.

But if you type:
echo "Hello, world" > con

The system re-directs it to the console, i.e., the standard output, i.e., the screen.

So "CON" is a reserved keyword for designing standard input/output devices (keyboard/screen) in console mode. You can't use a reserved keyword to name a file or folder.

There are some "file" names that are reserved for devices.
You might have heard of COM1 (for Comm Port 1), LPT1 (For Line Printer 1) or PRN (for Printer)?
Well, there's also COM2, CON (for console) and NUL (for Null).
It's a legacy of MS-DOS that you can still use in the Command Prompt
The word "CON" is one of many special words that is inherent to the underlying operating system. It's short for "Console" meaning your screen and is considered an output device (usually). It can actually be used as an input device, too, using the commandline 'copy con' command. Since it's special, and reserved for an input/output device, the OS doesn't allow you to create anything else that it would have to recognize as 'con'. If you have to create a file
you have to type in dos prompt :Copy con < file name>

Na jibu la pili ni hili sababu ni hii

Its used to test word documents, as filler text and also to test fonts.

The first number is the amount of lines, and the second the amount of times the sentence is printed per line.

The sentence "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the roman alphabet. As such, it's a convenient test phrase when testing things like fonts and markup.

It was programmed in there by Microsoft for test text. Its similar to a "macro".

Hivyo basi acheni kuja na kamba kwamba hata microsoft wenyewe hawana jibu kuhusu haya mambo. Na si kila kitu kitu anakijua bilgates, bilgates kama Bakheresa, huwezi sema Bakheresa anajua kila bidhaa yake inavyotengenezwa, Utofauti wa Bakheresa na Gates ni kwamba Gates yeye programmer pia lakini si kila kitu kina mkono wake ndiyo maana kaajiri watu wengi sana.
umeniwahi, i was abt 2 say the same thing
 
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Watu uwa mnazusha mambo wakati majibu yake yapo. kila kitu kina jibu na jibu la kwanza ni hili:
It is the legacy of MS-DOS. "Con" stands for "Console", just like "prn" stands for "printer".

If you're in DOS console and type:
echo "Hello, world" > example.txt

A text file with a single line (hello, world) called "example.txt" is created.

But if you type:
echo "Hello, world" > con

The system re-directs it to the console, i.e., the standard output, i.e., the screen.

So "CON" is a reserved keyword for designing standard input/output devices (keyboard/screen) in console mode. You can't use a reserved keyword to name a file or folder.

There are some "file" names that are reserved for devices.
You might have heard of COM1 (for Comm Port 1), LPT1 (For Line Printer 1) or PRN (for Printer)?
Well, there's also COM2, CON (for console) and NUL (for Null).
It's a legacy of MS-DOS that you can still use in the Command Prompt
The word "CON" is one of many special words that is inherent to the underlying operating system. It's short for "Console" meaning your screen and is considered an output device (usually). It can actually be used as an input device, too, using the commandline 'copy con' command. Since it's special, and reserved for an input/output device, the OS doesn't allow you to create anything else that it would have to recognize as 'con'. If you have to create a file
you have to type in dos prompt :Copy con < file name>

Na jibu la pili ni hili sababu ni hii

Its used to test word documents, as filler text and also to test fonts.

The first number is the amount of lines, and the second the amount of times the sentence is printed per line.

The sentence "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the roman alphabet. As such, it's a convenient test phrase when testing things like fonts and markup.

It was programmed in there by Microsoft for test text. Its similar to a "macro".

Hivyo basi acheni kuja na kamba kwamba hata microsoft wenyewe hawana jibu kuhusu haya mambo. Na si kila kitu kitu anakijua bilgates, bilgates kama Bakheresa, huwezi sema Bakheresa anajua kila bidhaa yake inavyotengenezwa, Utofauti wa Bakheresa na Gates ni kwamba Gates yeye programmer pia lakini si kila kitu kina mkono wake ndiyo maana kaajiri watu wengi sana.
Do you mind accrediting the source of this info?
 
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Do you mind accrediting the source of this info?
Angalia vizuri kuna sehemu nimekuwekea yahoo answers as a source kama wataka link ntaweka later now natumia simu itanisumbua
 
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Angalia vizuri kuna sehemu nimekuwekea yahoo answers as a source kama wataka link ntaweka later now natumia simu itanisumbua
I didn't see the para or a sentence suggesting that link but thanks all the same. Its just matter of "academic honesty"
 

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