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Phonetic alphabet 

Categories: Security
  • A : Alpha
  • B : Bravo
  • C : Charlie
  • D : Delta
  • E : Echo
  • F : Foxtrot
  • G : Golf
  • H : Hotel
  • I : India
  • J : Juliett
  • K : Kilo
  • L : Lima
  • M : Mike
  • N : November
  • O : Oscar
  • P : Papa
  • Q : Quebec
  • R : Romeo
  • S : Sierra
  • T : Tango
  • U : Uniform
  • V : Victor
  • W : Whiskey
  • X : X-ray
  • Y : Yankee
  • Z : Zulu
  • - : Dash
  • _ : Underscore


Categories: Linux

vi editor commands

  • [ins] edit text
  • [esc] return back from editing
  • :w save
  • :wq save and exit
  • ? search
  • :q! exit without saving
  • a number preceding any vi command tells vi to repeat that command that many times.

cursor movement

  • h move left (backspace)
  • j move down
  • k move up
  • l move right (spacebar)
  • [ret] move to the beginning of the next line
  • $ last column on the current line
  • 0 move cursor to the first column on the current line
  • ^ move cursor to first nonblank column on the current line
  • w move to the beginning of the next word or punctuation mark
  • W move past the next space
  • b move to the beginning of the previous word or punctuation mark
  • B move to the beginning of the previous word, ignores punctuation
  • e end of next word or punctuation mark
  • E end of next word, ignoring punctuation
  • H move cursor to the top of the screen 
  • M move cursor to the middle of the screen
  • L move cursor to the bottom of the screen

screen movement

  • G move to the last line in the file
  • xG move to line x
  • z+ move current line to top of screen
  • z move current line to the middle of screen
  • z- move current line to the bottom of screen
  • ^F move forward one screen
  • ^B move backward one line
  • ^D move forward one half screen
  • ^U move backward one half screen
  • ^R redraw screen 
  • ^L redraw screen


  • r replace character under cursor with next character typed
  • R keep replacing character until [esc] is hit
  • i insert before cursor
  • a append after cursor
  • A append at end of line
  • O open line above cursor and enter append mode


  • x delete character under cursor
  • dd delete line under cursor
  • dw delete word under cursor
  • db delete word before cursor

copying code

  • yy (yank)'copies' line which may then be put by the p(put) command. Precede with a count for multiple lines.

put (brings back previous deletion or yank of lines, words, or characters)

  • P bring back before cursor
  • p bring back after cursor

find commands

  • ? finds a word going backwards
  • / finds a word going forwards
  • f finds a character on the line under the cursor going forward
  • F finds a character on the line under the cursor going backwards
  • t find a character on the current line going forward and stop one character before it
  • T find a character on the current line going backward and stop one character before it
  • ; repeat last f, F, t, T

miscellaneous commands

  • . repeat last command
  • u undoes last command issued
  • U undoes all commands on one line
  • xp deletes first character and inserts after second (swap)
  • J join current line with the next line
  • ^G display current line number
  • % if at one parenthesis, will jump to its mate
  • mx mark current line with character x
  • 'x find line marked with character x

line editor mode

  • any commands form the line editor ex can be issued upon entering line mode.
  • to enter: type ':'
  • to exit: press[return] or [esc]


  • :# move to line #
  • :$ move to last line of file


  • :!'cmd' executes 'cmd' as a shell command.

Remove or hide old linux kernel versions from boot menu 

Categories: Linux

Open terminal, check your current kernel

uname -r

List all the kernels

dpkg --list | grep linux-image

Remove the ones you don't need (do not delete the current kernel)

sudo apt-get purge linux-image-x.x-x-686-pae

Done, but sometimes you need to update grub with: sudo update-grub2

Disabling Missing XML Comment Warnings 

Categories: Visual Studio

Possible solutions to disable missing comment warnings in Visual Studio:

  • Suppress the warning by changing the project settings => Build tab => Errors and warnings => Suppress warnings by entering 1591
  • Uncheck the "XML documentation file" checkbox in project settings => Build tab => Output
  • Suppress the warning via compiler options, in beginning of file: #pragma warning disable 1591 and at end of file: #pragma warning restore 1591
  • Use GhostDoc
  • Add an empty comment :) ///<Summary></Summary>
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