I am training to do shell scripting as a hobby, I was stumbled on a task I was given by my tutor.
The task is to make a shell script that you can enter a file name you want to search in and then it will respond if it exists or not; then if it exists you have another option to find a certain word in the file that exist in there the certain word must be shown.
I'm trying to learn Korean, and I'm looking for a touch typing tutor program with Korean language support. My searches on google are all getting a bunch of search collisions (they think I'm looking for windows software despite the fact I've put "ubuntu" or "linux" at the beginning of the search term).
OpenTeacher is an opensource vocabulary training application that helps you learn a foreign language!.Enter a list of words in both a known and a foreign language, and OpenTeacher tests you.
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Tutorspree, the New York-based tutor-matching startup that had been dubbed the “Airbnb for tutoring” when it launched out of Y Combinator’s Winter 2011 class, is shutting down.
The company’s three co-founders Aaron Harris, Josh Abrams and Ryan Bednar announced the closure this morning in a post to Tutorspree’s official blog, writing: