Scripting “Hello World” In Different Programming Languages


Hello World is overall used as a rationality test simply to make sure that the used components of a language have been correctly installed. This is needed because the process involved in configuring a complete programming command is lengthy and complex, that is the reason a simple program like Hello World is often used as a first-run test on a new toolchain.

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Google is ambitious to put 20 Million Indian small and medium businesses on internet in upcoming 2 years

The giant search engine Google is ambitious to put 20 million Indian small and medium businesses (SMBs) on internet by 2017 through its mobile app named Google My Business (GMB), Rajan Anandan, VP and Managing Director, Google South East Asia and India told reporters on May 26, 2015.

If we look at the figures, there are around 51 million Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) in India. However, less than 3 million (5-6%) are currently online. Google targets to bring 20 million (40% of) small and medium businesses (SMBs) online in next two years. This target to be achieved with Google My Business (GMB) App. The GMB app is developed to support small and medium businesses (SMBs) create and manage their business information on internet across the Google platform in English and Hindi for free, there is not any requirement to invest in a website or a domain.

GMBRajan Anandan said, "GMB is our first mobile-based product initiative for SMBs and we have seen a huge uptake of it. In the last five months of the pilot phase, over a million SMBs have already signed on. We are engaging with 25,000 new SMBs every week.” He further mentioned, "Over six million new internet users are coming online every month. Indian users are increasingly looking for information about businesses online. There is a massive information gap for local businesses on the internet today. In the next three years, India will have over 500 million internet users, who will search for information, including local businesses. The search experience for local business in India is broken today and we want to help connect businesses and customers.” Now that is phenomenal indeed.

Also, If we look at the history, this is not first initiative, earlier an U.S. based firm had launched its 'India Get Your Business Online' programme, the motive was to provide website, internet domain and web hosting services to SMBs in India. It helped about half a million businesses to set up an online business under that initiative.

Indeed, Google My Business (GMB) App will play vital role to bridge the gap between offline and online business.

Turning off magic quotes in six easy steps

Turning off magic quotes magic_quotes_gpc

Magic Quotes is a process that automatically breaks away the incoming data to the PHP script. Thus, it is always suggested to code with the Magic Quotes off and to instead escape the data at runtime.

Many Open Source Software programs like Drupal, Joomla require magic_quotes_gpc to be turned off. In this article, we will be describing the detail steps on how to turn off magic_quotes_gpc.

How to turn off magic_quotes_gpc

Step 1: Login into your cPanel

Step 2: Go to the File Manager, Select your public_html directory and press GO

Step 3: Open your php.ini with the code editor Find the magic_quotes_gpc line like the code below and change it from On to Off.(Refer to the following fig)


[su_code];Magic quotes
; Magic quotes for incoming GET/POST/Cookie data.
magic_quotes_gpc = On

You should change the value of php.ini as per bellow code.

;Magic quotes
; Magic quotes for incoming GET/POST/Cookie data.

magic_quotes_gpc = Off

Step 4:
Save the changes.

Step 5:  Make the php.ini recursive in the .htaccess

Step 6:  To verify the changes, visit your phpinfo page by going to your domain and adding phpinfo.php at the end of the URL like the example below.

magic_quotes_gpc successfully turned off
magic_quotes_gpc successfully turned off

We hope this article is helpful. Comment below for any queries.