A macro is an automation method to do a lot of things in a click or one mouse click.
KEYMACRO is a tool that allows you to add macros to the default actions of the “F1” button on your keyboard.
Macros are shortcuts that make your life much easier. Macros help to execute commands without having to type a lot of letters or numbers.
With the help of macros you can improve your productivity.
How do macros work?
Keymacro will run a list of key combinations in the order that you write them. In most cases this will create the most frequently used macros.
Keymacro allows you to create a list of macros with key combinations. All you have to do is create a list of key combinations and press the “Save As Macro” button.
You can create a key combination or button and assign it a name.
Keymacro also allows you to create a.bat file and assign a key combination to a button that you can then run from Windows Explorer.
The Keymacro configuration file is saved as kmycc.cfg. It will save the configuration file in your ~/.keymacro directory.
Example macro file:
Keymacro allows you to build as many macros as you need. For this example, we created 7 macros. If we tried to edit the existing macros, we will see that all macros would be overwritten. In order to edit the macros, we have to create a new file. Keymacro will automatically add a number to the name of the file.
Example macro file 84e02134c1
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KeyMacro is a macro package written in COBOL to support the development of the Keymacro software.
KeyMacro was originally written to assist users with developing keymacro macros. It was later extended to support the development of keymacro modules.
Keymacro macros are a type of COBOL macro which are used to simplify the authoring and programming of keymacro code.
The keymacro software supports the development of keymacro macros and keymacro modules (see Keymacro Modules section below).
I have a Dbase-II database running on a Tandem Computers 800 minicomputer.
The database is using the ‘CBR’ file format which is identical to ‘CBR2’ in that it uses a binary file format for the database file and that there is no ‘clustering’ of the record.
The problem is that when I try to run a query in Dbase-II for a table that has a lot of records, the query takes a long time to execute and the computer’s machine slows down.
I have run a QuickFix on the database and cleaned the table a bit and the result is that the ‘CBR’ file format is still used and the ‘clustering’ property is still set to false and the database is using a large file format.
I have read here that Dbase-II is not very compatible with the CBR format but that is what I am using. Is there a way to change this compatibility to a better format or do I have to revert to another database?
In that case, I would say that you would be better off using something like IBM Netezza instead of DBase-II.
This is a tool that’s been designed for this purpose.
Unexpected output when using @Autowired in spring-data-mongodb
I’m trying to use @Autowired to have spring-data-mongodb inject the mongo object but the output is
I’m new to spring-data-mongodb so i don’t know if this is a good approach, I just want to know what is going wrong here.
A good approach would be to inject a method, and call