(CIS155 -Unix OS) Assignment 1 'garden'

(CIS155 -Unix OS) Assignment 1 'garden' - You are probably...

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Sat Feb 7 18:54:15 EST 2009 Shanna Hawxhurst Sat Feb 7 18:36:23 EST 2009 Gardening: The easy approach Everywhere the trend is toward making simpler and easier-to- care-for gardens. However, let me tell you that there are no easy-to-care-for gardens. Gardening can be made easier and more enjoyable if you hire a gardener to do the job. Some advice might help you to have less trouble with your gardening. I am sure you have heard it before, but listen once more: 1. Before planting, choose the right site. Use your imagination. Plants grow faster than you think. 2. Visit the plant nurseries; it is good for your soul. 3. Use mulch to reduce weeds and save time in watering. 4. Use plants that are suitable for your climate. Native plants are good choice. 5. Do not use too many chemicals to kill every weed in sight.
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Unformatted text preview: You are probably the only one who sees the weeds. Let them grow. They keep moisture and prevent soil erosion. The vi history The vi editor was developed at the University of California Berkeley as part of the Berkeley UNIX system. At the beginning the vi (visual) editor was part of the ex editor and you had to be in the ex editor to use the vi editor. The vi part of the ex editor was often used and became very popular. This popularity forced the developers to come up with a separate vi editor. Now the vi editor is independent of the ex editor and is available on most of the UNIX operating systems. The vi editor is a good, efficient editor for everyday editing jobs although it could be more user friendly. ~ ~ ~ "garden" 35L, 1551C 1,1 All...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course COMPUTER S 100 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at Strayer.

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