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You should know (back to top)























Final exams (back to top)

Here are some points that will make you exams run smoothly


























Working with archive files (.ZIP or .RAR files) (back to top)

A zipped file, or a compressed file, or an archive as it is also called is one or more files compressed together to economize size (and transfer time) when the file is being transferred between machines, or e-mailed. ZIP programs find gaps/spaces in the files and try to squeeze everything together so that it will take up less space.  One of the most popular format for compressed files is the .ZIP format. There exists other formats examples of which include RAR (the most popular), ACE, JAR, TAR, GZ and more. Microsoft Windows 7 and 10 provide inbuilt support for zip archives.
























Obtaining references from instructors (back to top)



























Need more help? (back to top)

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