Building Recursive Descent Parsers: The Definitive Guide

Parsers are programs that help process text. Compilers and interpreters use parsers to analyze programs before processing them further, and parsers for formats like JSON and YAML…

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Simply load the charging thresholds for ASUS laptops on Linux with bat

bat is a simple command line tool to easily set and check the ASUS battery charging stop threshold (for laptops that support it) to save battery life….

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How to install g ++ on Ubuntu

If you are new to the world of computers and programming languages, it is important to know that your computer is not “to understand“One of the programming…

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GNOME: How to disable the touchpad when a mouse is connected and while you are typing

GNOME Desktop: This article explains how to automatically disable the laptop touchpad when an external mouse is connected and how to disable the touchpad as you type….

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Arrays in C Programming with Examples

Arrays in C allow you to store multiple items of the same data type, such as a list of integers. Arrays form the basis for many data…

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What is the tree command in Ubuntu?

The command line interface of Linux-based distributions acts as a catalyst for the actions that users take. Like other distributions, Ubuntu also supports a wide variety of…

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Open YouTube videos (and more) from your web browser with mpv [Firefox, Chrome]

mpv handler is a protocol handler for mpv written in Rust which, accompanied by a browser user script, allows users to open videos from YouTube, Twitch and…

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How to enable hibernation on Ubuntu (when using a paging file)

This article explains how to use systemd to enable hibernation on newer versions of Ubuntu when using a paging file (which has been standard for Ubuntu since…

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View WebP thumbnails in GTK applications (Nautilus, Thunar, etc.) with the WebP GDK Pixbuf Loader library

I’ve been looking for a way to get WebP image thumbnails in GTK applications (especially Nautilus / GNOME files), and most of the solutions I thought were…

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