1 apples oranges 234
2 oranges apples 2345
3 grapes bananas 1000000
4 melons banans 10000000
5 bananas apples 5000000
6 mangoes banans 2000000
7 apples bananas 1999999
i want to put all those which are coming between 1 and 999999 in to one bin (2nd bin would start from 1000000 to 1999999 and so on).
It's a rare thing indeed to hear Linux discussed without some comparison to Windows. That may not be surprising, given Redmond's effective monopoly in the operating system arena -- but is it harming Linux? That was the question being mulled over here in the Linux blogosphere in recent days.
The new Beta 2 version of Mozilla Firefox 4.0 is currently available on the net. I was downloaded the Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 for Linux and currently I am testing it on my Ubuntu Karmic Koala. This Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 gets code name Minefield.
Firefox fans have reason to celebrate, the first beta of the upcoming Firefox 4 is here and there’s plenty to like. Firefox 4 Beta 1 is just the first step, of many, towards the final release, but things are shaping up already. The biggest changes will be to the UI, though Linux users won’t notice too many differences in the first beta....
[video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIZUdZdFzOo&feature=player_embedded 480x300]The boys from Download Squad made a test between Firefox 3.7, Internet Explorer 9, Chrome and Opera to see who's the faster browser for Windows. The results are:
Cyber Cynic: "I want, I really want Firefox to become a top-of-the-line Web browser again. It was Firefox, after all, that broke IE's (Internet Explorer) strangle-hold on Web browsers. Even Microsoft owes Firefox some gratitude."