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Szczoteczki do zębów mogą powiedzieć twardo: „Hej, wpuszczaj mnie. Masz robala za tym zębem”

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zamiana nudnego zadania w wyzwanie albo grę

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w podskokach

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z zamkniętymi oczami

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naśladuj kaczkę

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ucieczka przed lawą

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pigułkę energii

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Głupia Sally zawsze wszystko robi źle i moja córka musi ją poprawiać

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postawiłam Dana w sytuacji, w której sam musiał dokonać wyboru

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Zleć mu zadanie!

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obaczyć mijanie czasu

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szansę samodzielnie wymyślić, co należy zrobić

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Urok tego narzędzia polega też po części na tym, że człowiek się nie irytuje, kiedy metoda nie zadziała.

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wyrzucił wszystko w powietrze

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dzieci są głuche na nasze marudzenie

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dziecko samo sobie powie, co ma zrobić

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rzeczownik, a nie czasownik

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Gest

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„Kurtka leży na podłodze”

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Pochwal postępy, zanim opiszesz, co trzeba jeszcze zrobić.

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„Nie lubię, jak się na mnie krzyczy. To nie zachęca mnie do pomocy. Lubię słyszeć: »Mamo, czy mogę prosić o sok?«”.

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Czy nauczyciele coś zauważą?

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biletu uczestnictwa w kąpieli

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Żadne z opisanych tu narzędzi nie będzie skuteczne wobec każdego dziecka przez cały czas

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Widzę, że masz dużo energii. Boję się, że ekran może pęknąć. Znajdźmy do zabawy coś, czego nie trzeba delikatnie traktować

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Nie chcę spóźnić się do pracy. Zapinam cię w foteliku. Wiem, jak bardzo tego nie cierpisz

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dziecko nie jest strofowane ani oskarżane

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I co z tego, że znasz tę książkę na wylot, skoro masz ochotę rzucić nią w dziecko.

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znaleźć sposób na przysporzenie dziecku cierpienia albo przynajmniej pogorszenie jego samopoczucia w nadziei, że to je zniechęci do zachowania, które nie jest akceptowalne.

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przedszkolu dzieciaki, które idą do kąta albo tracą przywileje, wcale się nie poprawiają

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zbyt łagodna

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inne problemy

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dzieci zrobią to, co robisz, a nie to, co mówisz

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„Hej, nie podoba mi się popychanie ludzi!”.

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Przechodzę do działania po to, żeby chronić, a nie żeby karać

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„Chowam teraz klocki do szafy. Nie pozwolę na rzucanie klockami. Boję się, że skończy się to rozbiciem szyby albo czyjejś głowy”.

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Później, kiedy sytuacja się uspokoi, spróbuję zastosować metodę rozwiązywania problemów. I następnym razem będzie lepiej!

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na gorąco

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Flashcard 3803532102924

Question
allows cross- platform C# development for mobile applications, and Portable Class Libraries
Answer
Xamarin


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C# depends on a runtime equipped with a host of features such as automatic mem‐ ory management and exception handling. At the core of the Microsoft .NET Frame‐ work is the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provides these runtime features. (The .NET Core and Xamarin frameworks provide similar runtimes.) The CLR is language-neutral, allowing developers to build applications in multiple lan‐ guages (e.g., C#, F#, Visual Basic .NET, and Managed C++)

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Flashcard 3803536559372

Question
Intermediate Language or IL
Answer
C# is one of several managed languages that get compiled into managed code. Man‐ aged code is represented in Intermediate Language or IL . The CLR converts the IL into the native code of the machine, such as X86 or X64, usually just prior to execu‐ tion. This is referred to as Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation


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Flashcard 3803538132236

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assembly or portable executable
Answer
The container for managed code is called an assembly or portable executable. An assembly can be an executable file (.exe) or a library (.dll), and contains not only IL, but type information (metadata).


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Flashcard 3803539180812

Question
You can examine and disassemble the contents of an IL assembly with
Answer
Microsoft’s ildasm tool. And with tools such as ILSpy, dotPeek (JetBrains), or Reflector (Red Gate), you can go further and decompile the IL to C#


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Flashcard 3803540229388

Question
The .NET Framework consists of
Answer
the CLR plus a vast set of libraries. The libraries consist of core libraries (which this book is concerned with) and applied libraries, which depend on the core libraries. Figure 1-1 is a visual overview of those libraries (and also serves as a navigational aid to the book)


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Flashcard 3803541802252

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Base Class Library (BCL)
Answer
The core libraries are sometimes collectively called


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Flashcard 3803543375116

Question
The entire framework is called
Answer
Framework Class Library (FCL)


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Flashcard 3803544947980

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.NET Core with ASP.NET Core
Answer
An open source framework (originally based on a cut-down version of the .NET Framework) for writing easily deployable Internet apps and micro- services that run on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Unlike the .NET Frame‐ work, .NET Core can be packaged with the web application and xcopy- deployed (self-contained deployment)


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Flashcard 3803546520844

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Universal Windows Platform (UWP)
Answer
For writing Windows 10 Store Apps and for targeting Windows 10 devices (mobile, XBox, Surface Hub, Hololens). Your app runs in a sandbox to lessen the threat of malware, prohibiting operations such as reading or writing arbi‐ trary files


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Flashcard 3803548093708

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Windows Runtime (WinRT) technology
Answer
• A language-neutral object-oriented execution interface supported in Windows 8 and above • A set of libraries baked into Windows 8 and above that support the preceding interface


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Flashcard 3803549666572

Question
execution interface
Answer
a protocol for calling code that’s (potentially) writ‐ ten in another language. Microsoft Windows has historically provided a primitive execution interface in the form of low-level C-style function calls comprising the Win32 API


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A Brief History of C#

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Flashcard 3803567230220

Question
In linux, file permissions, when given as numbers are given in [...] base (and try to think of why this base).
Answer

octal

^^ e.g. 0644 which nicely maps to binary 110 100 100 (which is rw-r--r--, i.e. read/write for owner, read for group, read for other/everyone else)


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14. Permission and Modification Times
created with mode 0644 , meaning rw-r--r-- . You can set permissions explicitly with an octal number, for example, chmod 0755 myfile gives myfile the permissions rwxr-xr-x . For a full list of <span>octal values for all kinds of permissions and file types, see /usr/include/linux/stat.h . In Table 14.1 you can see s , the setuid or setgid bit. If it is used without execute permissions the







Flashcard 3803570900236

Question
In linux if you do "ls -l test" and you get back "-rwxrwxrw-", what does that mean (make sure to interpret every bit, including first one, i.e. first dash)?
Answer
It means "test" is a file (not directory), and both user and group owner have read/write/execute permissions on it and others (everyone else) has just read/write permissions.


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14. Permission and Modification Times
Files on the system are usually created with mode 0644 , meaning rw-r--r-- . You can set permissions explicitly with an octal number, for example, chmod 0755 myfile gives myfile the permissions <span>rwxr-xr-x . For a full list of octal values for all kinds of permissions and file types, see /usr/include/linux/stat.h . In Table 14.1 you can see s , the setuid or setgid bit. If it is used withou







Flashcard 3803574045964

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In linux, change permission of file kevin.txt to add execute permission to just everyone other than user/group owner (note: you are adding permissions here, so retaining all permissions that were there before)?
Answer
chmod o+x kevin.txt


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14. Permission and Modification Times
The chmod Command You use the chmod command to change the permissions of a file. It's usually used as follows: chmod [-R] [u|g|o|a][+|-][r|w|x|s|t] <file> [<file>] ... For example, <span>chmod u+x myfile adds execute permissions for the user of myfile . And, chmod a-rx myfile removes r ead and e x ecute permissions for a ll--that is, user, group, and other. The -R option, once again mea







Flashcard 3803577191692

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In linux, change permission of file kevin.txt to just remove execute permission from user/group and everyone else (note: you are removing just one permission here, so retaining all permissions that were there before)?
Answer
chmod a-x kevin.txt


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14. Permission and Modification Times
f a file. It's usually used as follows: chmod [-R] [u|g|o|a][+|-][r|w|x|s|t] <file> [<file>] ... For example, chmod u+x myfile adds execute permissions for the user of myfile . And, <span>chmod a-rx myfile removes r ead and e x ecute permissions for a ll--that is, user, group, and other. The -R option, once again means recursive, diving into subdirectories as usual. Permission bits are of







Flashcard 3803580337420

Question
In linux, you can use the [...] command to set the default permissions for newly created files (i.e. usually all newly created files have default permission of -rw-rw-r--, but you can change this default with this command).
Answer

umask

^^ note: you can use umask to change the default permission of newly created files, but then anytime new shell is created the default will just go back to original, usually -rw-rw-r--


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14. Permission and Modification Times
explicitness. It can take on a value representing the three bits, setuid ( 4 ), setgid ( 2 ), and sticky ( 1 ). Hence a value of 5764 is in binary and gives -rwsrw-r-T . 14.2 The umask Command <span>umask sets the default permissions for newly created files; it is usually 022 . This default value means that the permissions of any new file you create (say, with the touch command) will be masked with this number. 022 hence excludes write per







Flashcard 3803583483148

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In linux, if you want infomration on when a file was last written to, read, or had its permissions changed, you use the [...] command
Answer
stat


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14. Permission and Modification Times
ied (written to), and when its permissions were last changed. These are known as the atime, mtime, and ctime of a file respectively. To get a complete listing of the file's permissions, use the <span>stat command. Here is the result of stat /etc : 5 File: "/etc" Size: 4096 Filetype: Directory Mode: (0755/drwxr-xr-x) Uid: ( 0/ root) Gid: ( 0/ root) Device: 3,1 Inode: 14057 Links: 41 Acces







Flashcard 3803586628876

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In linux, for the stat command, the Access time refers to [...multi-word/phrase answer...]
Answer
when file was last read


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14. Permission and Modification Times
use the stat command. Here is the result of stat /etc : 5 File: "/etc" Size: 4096 Filetype: Directory Mode: (0755/drwxr-xr-x) Uid: ( 0/ root) Gid: ( 0/ root) Device: 3,1 Inode: 14057 Links: 41 <span>Access: Sat Sep 25 04:09:08 1999(00000.15:02:23) Modify: Fri Sep 24 20:55:14 1999(00000.22:16:17) Change: Fri Sep 24 20:55:14 1999(00000.22:16:17) The Size: quoted here is the actual amount of







Flashcard 3803589774604

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In linux, for the stat command, the what is the differnce between the Modify vs Change timestamps?
Answer
the Modify time refers to when file was last written to, whereas the Change command refers to when file's permissions where last changed


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14. Permission and Modification Times
/etc : 5 File: "/etc" Size: 4096 Filetype: Directory Mode: (0755/drwxr-xr-x) Uid: ( 0/ root) Gid: ( 0/ root) Device: 3,1 Inode: 14057 Links: 41 Access: Sat Sep 25 04:09:08 1999(00000.15:02:23) <span>Modify: Fri Sep 24 20:55:14 1999(00000.22:16:17) Change: Fri Sep 24 20:55:14 1999(00000.22:16:17) The Size: quoted here is the actual amount of disk space used to store the directory listing,