Lighting the LAMP of knowledge


#!/bin/bash subdw="/home/motey/Notes/harvardCs75" for i in `ls lect*` do y=`echo $i| sed -e s/lecture//| cut -d "." -f1` k=`echo $i| sed -e s/\.flv//` z=$subdw"/"$k".txt" echo "[[+lecture"$y"]]">>$subdw".txt" echo "Content-Type: text/x-zim-wiki">$z echo "Wiki-Format: zim 0.4">>$z echo "Creation-Date: 2011-01-24T15:25:50.125345">>$z echo "[[file://"`pwd`"/"$i"|Lecture "$y"]]">>$z done

The code is just my way of automating and setting up the zim wiki context so I don't have to look all over for the information and it can be there when I start organizing the programs and tests for future reference.

For the sake of getting a general idea of SQL and a valid framework I am doing the CS75 at Harvard, even though much of it is repetitive, it often helps just to spend the time with the concepts to see what associations were missed the first time around. The SQL part is my main interest at the moment, but it doesn't hurt to see it in context of javascript and ASP.

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