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Deena S.
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304+ Hours

Middleburg, FL

Information Technology/Programming/Math Tutoring


...the class. I have an Associates Degree in Computer Programming from St. Johns River Community College, a Bachelor's Degree in Information Science from University of North Florida and a Master's in Information... read more

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Mike T.
5 (36)
333+ Hours

Converse, TX

An experienced, retired teacher for adults and children of all ages

25/hour operator would type instructions directly to the compiler which converted the instructions into machine language for the computer. DOS was the only interface until the advent of a GUI interface... read more

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Ralph W.
5 (71)
176+ Hours

Ashtabula, OH

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...Gates and Steve Jobs to create Microsoft DOS. The OS had script files called bat files that contained called to other compiled routines which performed tasks: formatting disks, coping files, deleting files,... read more

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Michael K.
5 (149)
473+ Hours

Loveland, CO

PhD professional for Math, Physics, and Computer Tutoring


...the GUI frontend (explorer) continue to be important skills. Althought DOS does not change very much from version to version, the ability to command the language (and its intricacies) to produce expected... read more

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David K.
5 (41)
103+ Hours

Grand Rapids, MI

Adjunct Professor and Professional Tutor at Davenport University


...and Config.Sys files. This was a requirement when you added or removed new hardware/software prior and in the early years of Windows. Edlin and Debug were my friends, and I laughed at DOS Shell.... read more

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