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HỌC ACTIONSCRIPT 3.0 - P 1 PPSX

HỌC ACTIONSCRIPT 3.0 - P 1 PPSX

Adobe Developer Library, a copublishing partnership between O’Reilly Media Inc. and Adobe Systems, Inc., is the authoritative resource for developers using Adobe technologies. These comprehensive resources offer learning solutions to help devel- opers create cutting-edge interactive web applications that can reach virtually any- one on any platform.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P0 PPSX

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P0 PPSX

development. Chapter 2 shows you how to use the new T-SQL development tools found in both SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 as well as how to create both T-SQL DDL and DML solutions. Chapter 3 dives into the new SQL CLR integration capabilities of SQL Server 2005. The integration of the .NET CLR runtime with SQL Server 2005 is one of the biggest new changes in SQL Server 2005. This chapter shows you how to create and use all of the new SQL CLR database objects, including stored procedures, functions, triggers, user-defined types, and user-defined aggregates. Chapter 4 introduces the new SQL Server Service Broker subsystem that provides the basis for building asynchronous applications. Both the SQL Service Broker chapter and the Notification Services chapter (Chapter 5) provide an overview of the new subsystem and then go on to show how they are used in a sample application. ADO.NET is Microsoft’s core data access technology, and Chapter 6 illustrates how to use all the primary ADO.NET objects to create robust data applications. The integration of XML with the relational database engine is another one of the big enhancements in SQL Server 2005. Chapter 7 shows how to use the new XML data type for both typed and untyped data as well as
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P5 DOCX

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P5 DOCX

accessing system resources that are external to the database, such as reading and writing to the file system, reading and writing to the Registry, and accessing the network. However, because extended stored procedures run in the same process space as the SQL Server database engine, bugs, memory violations, and memory leaks in the extended stored procedure could potentially affect the SQL Server database engine. CLR stored procedures solve this problem because they are implemented as managed code and run within the confines of the CLR. Another good candidate for CLR stored procedures is to replace existing T-SQL stored procedures that contain complex logic and embody business rules that are difficult to express in T-SQL. CLR stored procedures can take advantage of the built-in functionality provided by the classes in the .NET Framework, making it relatively easy to add functionality such as complex mathematical expressions or data encryption. Plus, since CLR stored procedure are compiled rather than interpreted like T-SQL, they can provide a significant performance advantage for code that’s executed multiple times. However, CLR stored procedures are not intended to be used as a replacement for T-SQL stored procedures. T-SQL stored procedures are still best for data-centric procedures.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE  P4 POT

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE P4 POT

Error Handling Another important advance embodied by T-SQL in SQL Server 2005 is improved transaction abort handling. With SQL Server 2005, a new Try-Catch model has been added to the transaction. The new Try-Catch structure enables transaction abort errors to be captured with no loss of the transaction context. With SQL Server 2000, although you can abort a transaction, there’s no way to maintain the context of the transaction so that you can completely recover the aborted transaction. SQL Server 2005’s new Try-Catch transaction abort handling enables you to maintain the complete context of the aborted transaction, giving you the option to re-create the transaction. The following code listing shows the basic T-SQL Try-Catch structure: BEGIN TRY
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE  P3 POTX

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE P3 POTX

(6 row(s) affected) Eliminating Duplicate Rows with SELECT DISTINCT For cases where you want to eliminate duplicate values in the result set, you can use the SELECT DISTINCT statement. For example, as you may have noticed in some of the previous listings, multiple occurrences of some of the values in the GroupName column exist for several of the rows in the HumanResources.Department table. You can use SELECT DINSTINCT as shown in the following listing to create a query that eliminates the duplicate results.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE  P2 PPS

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE P2 PPS

C h a p t e r 2 : D e v e l o p i n g w i t h T - S Q L 3 7 䉴 PRIMARY KEY constraints identify the column or set of columns that have values that uniquely identify a row in a table. The value of NULL cannot be entered into a primary key column.
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WEBSPHERE STUDIO APPLICATION DEVELOPER VERSION 5 PROGRAMMING GUIDE PART 72 PPT

WEBSPHERE STUDIO APPLICATION DEVELOPER VERSION 5 PROGRAMMING GUIDE PART 72 PPT

development. If you project calls for more than just one person, chances are that you are going to need a software configuration management (SCM) system, or at least a subset of it. The U.S Department of Defense, in its standard on software development (DOD-STD-2167A), defines SCM as follows:
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LẬP TRÌNH ANDROID TV PART 7 POTX

LẬP TRÌNH ANDROID TV PART 7 POTX

TRANG 1 APP WIDGETS MULTIUNI TRANG 2 TỔNG QUAN LÀ MỘT DẠNG VIEW CỦA ỨNG DỤNG ĐƯỢC THIẾT KẾ ĐỂ NẰM TRONG MỘT ỨNG DỤNG KHÁC THƯỜNG LÀ MÀN HÌNH HOME HTTP://DEVELOPER.ANDROID.COM/GUIDE/TOPIC[r]
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Tài liệu ASP.Net Web Developer''''s Guide doc

Tài liệu ASP.Net Web Developer''''s Guide doc

Whereas Perl had a huge community of developers led by the heroic figure of Larry Wall, the ASP developer was not yet well supported. A Perl programmer was encouraged from the top to share and make his or her code open, so the community thrived, with every conceivable solution or library just a few clicks away at the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) site, or at one of the many other Web sites and news groups. Contrast this with the ingrained compet- itive and financially led philosophies of the third-party component vendors in the Windows Distributed Internet Applications (DNA) world. Of course, it did not take the ASP community long to grow to be the loving, sharing success it is now.
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WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 10 PPS

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 10 PPS

C l u s t e r i n g o f m u l t i p l e w e b c o m p o n e n t s Interaction between the client and server involves two types of connection services: stateless and stateful. A stateless service does not maintain a state between the client and the server. There is no “conversation” between the server and the client while processing a client request. In a stateful service, the client and server maintains a dialogue of information, thereby having multiple interactions with one another the client in the context of the same session.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P10 PDF

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P10 PDF

Executing dynamic SQL statements and stored procedures are two of the most common database actions that are required by an application. Dynamic SQL statements are SQL statements that are read by the database server and executed when they are sent to the database server from the client application. When the database receives these SQL statements, they are first parsed to ensure that their syntax is correct, and then the database engine creates an access plan—essentially determining the best way to process the SQL statement—and then executes the statements. Unlike dynamic SQL statements, which are often used for executing SQL DML operations like creating tables or for data access operations like performing ad hoc queries, stored procedures are typically used to perform predefined queries and database update operations. Stored procedures form the backbone of most database applications. The primary difference between dynamic SQL statements and stored procedures is that stored procedures are typically created before the application is executed and reside in the database itself. This gives stored procedures a significant performance advantage over dynamic SQL statements because the jobs of parsing the SQL statement and creating the data access plan have already been completed. It’s worth noting that changes made to data contained in an ADO.NET DataSet can be posted back to the database using dynamic SQL statements created by the SqlCommandBuilder class, or else they can be written back to the database using stored procedures. However, you don’t need to use the DataSet and DataAdapter in order to update the database. In cases where you don’t need the data binding and navigation functions provided by the DataSet, the Command objects can provide a much lighter-weight and more efficient method of updating the database. In the next sections, you’ll see how to use the SqlCommand object to execute an ad hoc query, then to execute a SQL DDL statement to build a table on the target database, followed by two examples using the stored
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P12 POT

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P12 POT

SQL Server 2005 builds on this starting point by adding support for many new XML features. First, SQL Server 2005 provides a new level of unified storage for XML and relational data by adding a new XML data type. SQL Server 2005’s native XML data type provides support for both native XML queries using XQuery as well as strong data typing by associating the XML data type to an XSD (Extensible Schema Definition). The XML support is tightly integrated with the SQL Server 2005 relational database engine. SQL Server 2005 provides support for triggers on XML, replication of XML data, and bulk load of XML data, as well as enhanced support for data access via SOAP. In this chapter you’ll see how to develop applications that make use of SQL Server 2005’s native XML support.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE  P11 DOC

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE P11 DOC

an argument the SqlDataAdapter. At this point the CommandBuilder executes the SELECT SQL statement contained in the SelectCommand property of the SqlDataAdapter and automatically creates the InsertCommand, UpdateCommand, and DeleteCommand according to the contents of the SQL SELECT statement. The automatically created commands are set to the SqlDataAdapter’s InsertCommand, UpdateCommand, and DeleteCommand properties, respectively. If a command already exists for one of these properties, then the existing property will be used. The DataSet is then filled using the SqlDataAdapter’s Fill method, which is executed inside a Try-Catch block. Next, the table’s NewRow method is called to create an empty record in the SpecialOffer DataTable in the DataSet, and a DataRow object is returned. The Description column of the DataRow is set with text. Now that the DataRow object contains the data that you want to insert, you need to add the DataRow to the DataTable’s Rows collection as shown in the next statement. Finally, the SqlDataAdapter’s Update method is called. The Update method will evaluate the changes that have been made to the DataTable in the DataSet and determine which of the commands to execute. In this case, the Table.Rows.RowState property shows Added for the new row, so the InsertCommand is executed and the new record is added to the Sales.SpecialOffer table in the database.
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Developer’s Guide- P9 docx

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Developer’s Guide- P9 docx

1 7 8 M i c r o s o f t S Q L S e r v e r 2 0 0 5 D e v e l o p e r ’s G u i d e DataSet At the heart of the new ADO.NET architecture is the DataSet. The DataSet class is located in the .NET Framework at System.Data.DataSet. The DataSet is essentially a cache of records that have been retrieved from the database. You can think of the DataSet as a miniature database. It contains tables, columns, constraints, rows, and relations. These DataSet objects are called DataTables, DataColumns, DataRows, Constraints, and Relations. The DataSet essentially allows a disconnected application to function as if it were actively connected to a database. Applications typically need to access multiple pieces of related database information in order to present useful information to the end user. For example, to work with an order an application would typically need to access a number of different database tables, including product tables, customer tables, inventory tables, and shipping tables. All of the related information from this set of tables can be grouped together in the DataSet, providing the disconnected application with the capability to work with all of the related order information that it needs.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P8 PPTX

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE- P8 PPTX

Like all other applications, Notification Services applications need to be updated and changed from time to time. To re-create the Notification Services application, you could delete the entire application instance and then re-create, enable, and register the application. However, in most cases there’s no need for that many steps. Instead, to update a Notification Services application, you can make changes to your application definition file and then save those changes. Next, open up SQL Server Management Studio and then use Object Explorer to navigate to your Notification Services application listed under the Notification Services node. First, disable the application by right-clicking it and then selecting Disable. Next, right-click the application again and then select Tasks | Update.
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MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE  P6 DOC

MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2005 DEVELOPER’S GUIDE P6 DOC

The Value property is specific to this implementation. In this example, the Value property is used to store and retrieve the value of the UDT. It’s also responsible for Property Description Format.Native SQL Server automatically handles the serialization of the UDT. The Format.Native value can only be used for UDTs that contain fixed-sized data types. The following data types are supported: bool, byte, sbyte, short, ushort, int, uint, long, ulong, float, double, SqlByte, SqlInt16, SqlInt32, SqlInt64, SqlDateTime, SqlSingle, SqlDouble, SqlMoney. If this property is used, the MaxByteSize property cannot be used.
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PROGRAMMING JAVA 2 MICRO EDITION ON SYMBIAN OS DOC

PROGRAMMING JAVA 2 MICRO EDITION ON SYMBIAN OS DOC

Interestingly, from an early stage, one of the focuses for the CLDC definition was to recognize that much of the content for these devices would come from third-party developers. Another was that the idea of being able to create applications portable across a range of devices should be adhered to. This would provide an easier path to revenue generation and therefore proliferate content for more devices. The nature of Java means that a programmer can create applications that use the device’s features without having to actually understand the working of the device. The developer only needs to comprehend the interface to the device. CLDC does not guarantee portability and it does not implement any optional features. Variants of devices within CLDC should be specified through profiles, rather than the configuration. It must be said that true application portability can only be obtained if a few principles are applied during the application design stage. We shall be looking at these issues later in this book.
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MEGANBOOK VERSION 6.1 PART 5 PPTX

MEGANBOOK VERSION 6.1 PART 5 PPTX

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MEGANBOOK VERSION 6.1 PART 11 POT

MEGANBOOK VERSION 6.1 PART 11 POT

org_.zip.html PASSWORD: www.projectw.org Teach Yourself Borland C++ In 14 Days PASSWORD: www.Chipollo.Info Borland JBuilder Developer's Guide PASSWORD: Mat.Riks.Info Borland JBuilder Dev[r]
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Thiết kế mạng xã hội với PHP - 13 ppsx

Thiết kế mạng xã hội với PHP - 13 ppsx

the site, allowing them to view their profiles and connect with them if they wish. Members Once our site has a few members, we need to be able to view and search for members, so that we can connect and communicate with them. Let's look at creating a member list and basic member search.
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INSTALLATION GUIDE PSSE

INSTALLATION GUIDE PSSE

Copyright 19902013 Siemens Industry, Inc., Siemens Power Technologies InternationalInformation in this manual and any software described herein is confidential and subject to change without notice and does notrepresent a commitment on the part of Siemens Industry, Inc., Siemens Power Technologies International. The softwaredescribed in this manual is furnished under a license agreement or nondisclosure agreement and may be used or copied onlyin accordance with the terms of the agreement. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal use, without theexpress written permission of Siemens Industry, Inc., Siemens Power Technologies International.PSS®E highperformance transmission planning software is a registered trademark of Siemens Industry, Inc., Siemens PowerTechnologies International in the United States and other countries.The Windows® 2000 operating system, the Windows XP® operating system, the Windows Vista® operating system, theWindows 7® operating system, the Visual C++® development system, Microsoft Office Excel® and Microsoft Visual Studio® areregistered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.The PythonTM programming language is a trademark of the Python Software Foundation.Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
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Web Application Developer’s Guide ppt

Web Application Developer’s Guide ppt

You should place web content files (such as HTML, SHTML, and JSP files) in the WebApp’s root directory or one of its subdirectories. Web content files are files which can be accessed directly by the client browser. Java resources used by the WebApp (such as servlets or JavaBeans) should have their source files in the source directory for the project. These files are not directly accessible by the client browser, but are called by something else, such as a JSP file. JBuilder’s Servlet wizard, JSP wizard, and Web Start Launcher wizard make it easy to create web applications that follow these rules. Make sure to specify an existing WebApp when using these wizards.
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WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 2 PPS

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 2 PPS

The WebApp’s Deployment Descriptors node always contains a deployment descriptor file called web.xml . This is required by all Java- enabled web servers and is created by JBuilder when you create the WebApp. Your web server may also require additional deployment descriptors which are unique to that particular web server. These can be edited in JBuilder and are created if they are listed as required by the currently configured web server plugin. Check your web server’s documentation to find out which deployment descriptors it requires. JBuilder provides a deployment descriptor editor for editing the web.xml
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WEBSPHERE STUDIO APPLICATION DEVELOPER VERSION 5 PROGRAMMING GUIDE PART 3 PPSX

WEBSPHERE STUDIO APPLICATION DEVELOPER VERSION 5 PROGRAMMING GUIDE PART 3 PPSX

Ian Brown is a Consultant for ASTECH Solutions Inc. in Aurora, Ontario, Canada. He has 5 years of experience in the field of information technology, and 2 years of experience in analysis, design and development of Web and J2EE applications. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo. His areas of expertise include application development using the Eclipse platform, Java, and WebSphere Application Server administration.
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MEGANBOOK VERSION 6 1 PART 56 POTX

MEGANBOOK VERSION 6 1 PART 56 POTX

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WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 3 POT

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 3 POT

Java servlets provide a protocol and platform-independent method for building web-based applications without the performance limitations of CGI programs. A servlet runs inside a web server and, unlike an applet, does not need a graphical user interface. A servlet interacts with the servlet engine running on the web server through requests and responses. A client program, which can be written in any programming language, accesses the web server and makes a request. The request is then processed by the web server’s servlet engine, which passes it on to the servlet. The servlet then sends a response through the web server back to the client.
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WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 7 PPTX

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 7 PPTX

For example, in the URL: http://localhost:8080/filename.html /filename.html is the request-URI-path. In a non-servlet-container web server like IIS or Apache without Tomcat, the basic handling of the request-URI-path is simple. The web content is rooted in a particular directory, so the web server can resolve that path, using the leading slash to indicate the web-root directory. It can then return the corresponding file, if it’s there.
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WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 6 PPTX

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 6 PPTX

U s i n g I n t e r n e t B e a n s E x p r e s s w i t h J S P s You can set cell renderers by class or assign each column its own IxTableCellRenderer to allow customization of the content; for example, negative values can be made red (preferably by setting an appropriate cascading style sheets (CSS) style, not by hard-coding the color red). For a tutorial on using InternetBeans in a servlet, see Chapter 12, “Tutorial: Creating a servlet with InternetBeans Express.”
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BIZTALK SERVER 2000 DEVELOPER S GUIDE FOR  NET

BIZTALK SERVER 2000 DEVELOPER S GUIDE FOR NET

TRANG 13 BizTalk Server Final Prep and Tests 92 Inspect the Event Viewer 92 Check the Microsoft Knowledge Base 93 Summary 95 Solutions Fast Track 96 Frequently Asked Questions 97 CHAPTER[r]
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CẤU TRÚC LƯU TRỮ DỮ LIỆU VÀ GIẢI THUẬT

CẤU TRÚC LƯU TRỮ DỮ LIỆU VÀ GIẢI THUẬT

M t c u trúc d li u t t ph i th a mãn: ộ ấ ữ ệ ố ả ỏ  Ph n ánh đúng th c t ả ự ế : C n xem xét k l ầ ỹ ưỡ ng cũng nh ư d trù các tr ng thái bi n đ i c a d li u trong chu trình ự ạ ế ổ ủ ữ ệ s ng đ có th ch n CTDL l u tr th hi n chính xác đ i ố ể ể ọ ư ữ ể ệ ố
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ARM SYSTEM DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 7 PDF

ARM SYSTEM DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 7 PDF

To define the size of a region, you can use the formula, size = 2 N + 1 or look up the value in Table 13.4 . To set the size, place the exponent value N in the size bit field of the CP15:c6 register. The value of N is limited by the hardware design to be any integer between 11 and 31, representing 4 KB to 4 GB. The binary value provides the exact bit field for the size entry. Once you have determined the size of a region, the starting address of the region can be any integer value times the size calculated from the formula, or if you like, taken from Table 13.4. The region size and starting address are determined by the memory map of your system and the areas the control system must protect. The demonstration system at the end of this chapter shows how to set up regions given a system memory map.
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ARM SYSTEM DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 3 DOCX

ARM SYSTEM DEVELOPER’S GUIDE PHẦN 3 DOCX

For an example of how to allocate registers when writing assembly, suppose we want to shift an array of N bits upwards in memory by k bits. For simplicity assume that N is large and a multiple of 256. Also assume that 0 ≤ k < 32 and that the input and output pointers are word aligned. This type of operation is common in dealing with the arithmetic of multiple precision numbers where we want to multiply by 2 k . It is also useful to block copy from one bit or byte alignment to a different bit or byte alignment. For example, the C library function memcpy can use the routine to copy an array of bytes using only word accesses.
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