Find files by date modified in Windows

Yes finaly i instaled Windows 10

Using datemodified: in Windows File Explorer in Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 allows you to find any files that have been modified by a date of your choice. Using this tip can be helpful for anyone who has lost a file but know when they last modified the file. Follow the steps below to get the date or date range window shown in the picture.

  1. Open the Windows File Explorer

  2. In the search box, in the top right corner of the window type datemodified:

  3. After datemodified: has been typed the “Select a date or date range” window will appear, select the date or date range for when you believe the file was last modified.

  4. Depending on the dates this search may take a few seconds to a minute to complete.

Source: Find files by date modified in Windows

Psychoterapia Gestalt – co to takiego? – Piękno umysłu

Psychoterapia Gestalt: istotne reguły

Poniżej znajduje się lista fundamentalnych zasad psychoterapii Gestalt, zaproponowana przez Claudio Naranjo:

Żyj teraz, to znaczy, przejmuj się teraźniejszością, raczej niż przeszłością lub przyszłością.
Żyj tutaj, to znaczy, połącz się z tym co jest obecne, zamiast tego co jest nieobecne.
Przestań sobie wyobrażać: przeżywaj to co jest realne.
Porzuć niepotrzebne myśli; zamiast tego, odczuwaj i obserwuj.
Wybierz wyrażanie się zamiast manipulować, wyjaśniać, usprawiedliwiać lub oceniać.
Oddaj się bólowi i nieprzyjemnościom w tym samym stopniu co przyjemnościom; nie ograniczaj swojej zdolności do bycia świadomym.
Nie akceptuj niczyich „powinieneś” lub „musisz” tylko swoje własne.
Weź całkowitą odpowiedzialność za swoje akcje, uczucia i myśli.
Zaakceptuj to kim jesteś i jaki jesteś.

Esencja psychoterapii Gestalt mieści się w tych zasadach, które generują rozległy i gruntowny proces wiodący do osobistego rozwoju.

Psychoterapia Gestalt patrzy na pacjentów, jako pełnych potencjału, wystarczająco by przezwyciężyć wszelkie przeciwności losu i poznać jej lub jego własne szczęście.

„Weź pod uwagę, że twój pacjent jest zdolną i kompletną osobą, która potrafi wykonać trudne czynności, bez twojej pomocy, która może przeciwstawić się bólowi i zawsze będzie do tego zdolna. Jak na osobę, która zbacza czasem na złą ścieżkę i uczy się na swoich błędach.

Szanuj jego odporność, szanuj jego zdolność do niezależnego zarządzania jego własnymi niepokojami i lękami, szanuj tą jego stronę, która jest zdrowa i zdolna do adaptacji, jego metody. Przyjmij jego zdolność do wsparcia samego siebie i jego ludzkiego potencjału.”

– Fritz Perls.1974-

ZeverSolar + pvoutput.org integration

Hello, now i worked at connect solar panels ZeverSolar with http://pvoutput.org service. Best information I found here: https://pvoutput.org/help.html#autoupload-zevercloud

The Zevercloud auto uploader retrieves power data from your Zevercloud account and automates the data upload to PVOutput every 20 minutes. Energy data is calculated from power readings.

The Plant Key can be obtained by logging into your zevercloud account at http://solarcloud.zeversolar.com. Test your settings by open the following URL:

https://www.zevercloud.com/api/v1/getPlantOutput?period=bydays&date=2017-04-18&key=<API Key>

The App Key and App Secretis provided by Zevercloud support.

PVOutput Integration Service

The PVOutput Integration Service allows PV logging (Generation) and energy monitoring (Consumption) data to be collected and uploaded to http://pvoutput.org

The following monitoring log file formats are supported:

  • aurora
  • xantrex
  • solarlog
  • growatt
  • suntellite
  • currentcost
  • flukso
  • sunnyroo
  • ted5000
  • enphase
  • enasolar
  • csv
  • powerwall

https://bitbucket.org/pvoutput/pvoutput-integration-service/downloads/

Here is the API documentation for ZeverCloud: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kiraxlseqpq280f/Solarcloud-API-guide_En_v20141114.pdf?dl=0
Look down at example the first attempt with strings set to “1”, later one is after changing it to “2”.

Logs
2017-07-30 07:55:29: Severity 3, Configfile is: eversolar.ini
2017-07-30 07:55:29: Severity 3, Checking database
2017-07-30 07:55:29: Severity 1, Connecting to the ethernet to serial converter
2017-07-30 07:55:29: Severity 1, Connected to the ethernet to serial converter
2017-07-30 07:55:39: Severity 2, Asking all inverters to re-register
2017-07-30 08:12:21: Severity 3, Configfile is: eversolar.ini
2017-07-30 08:12:21: Severity 3, Checking database
2017-07-30 08:12:21: Severity 1, Connecting to the ethernet to serial converter
2017-07-30 08:12:21: Severity 1, Connected to the ethernet to serial converter
2017-07-30 08:12:31: Severity 2, Asking all inverters to re-register

Sending such request to inverter wget -qO- http://192.168.1.9/home.cgi?sid=0 results in response as follows:

where line:

Information is refreshed every 30s.

“How you spend your morning determines your success in life.”

While serving a humanitarian and ecclesiastical mission at the age of 20, I learned potentially the most important lesson of my life.

How you spend your morning determines your success in life.

How you spend your morning determines who you will become.

How you spend your morning determines whether you become world-class at something, or remain merely average.

How you spend your morning is the difference between making tens of millions of dollars and making less than 100 grand.

How you spend your morning determines how well you:

  • think
  • strategize
  • prioritize
  • spend your time
  • choose your friends
  • choose your lover
  • choose your career
  • perform in your work
  • influence the world

I didn’t understand how important my morning was at the beginning of my mission. But it quickly became very apparent.

As a missionary, the first several hours of the day are dedicated to getting ready, studying, and planning.

After a few months in “the mission field,” I noticed that most missionaries dragged themselves out of bed, and dragged themselves through their studies.

My experience was different. For the first time in my life, I experienced the power of learning. I felt the nourishment of feeding my mind and soul. To quote Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.:

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”

I started waking up earlier than prescribed to read more and more. Rather than reading one hour each morning as recommended, I was reading three or four.

Within six months, it became apparent that my thinking and teaching abilities were accelerating at rocket speed. I began to stand out as a missionary.

The following quote by Jeffrey Holland became crystal clear to me:

“I frequently say to missionaries in the field, ‘You make or break your mission every morning of your life. You tell me how those morning hours go until you are on the street in your mission, whatever time it is; you tell me how those hours go, and I will tell you how your day will go, I will tell you how your month will go, I will tell you how your year will go and how your mission and your life will go.’”

 

“How you spend your morning determines your success in life.” @BenjaminPHardy https://journal.thriveglobal.com/you-make-or-break-your-life-between-5-7-am-70e2717f9e67

No New New: Raw Pointers Removed from C++

Two weeks ago, the ISO C++ standard meeting took place in Jacksonville. Today I want to make a short detour and write about the revolutionary decision that was made in the Jacksonville meeting. Additionally, I refer to the Will no Longer Have Pointers by Fluent C++. The standard committee decided that pointers will be deprecated in C++20 and will with very high probability removed in C++23.

To be honest, what seems like a revolution is only the last step in a long evolution. First, let me explain the big picture.

 The evolution of pointers in C++

Pointers are part of C++ since the first beginning. We got them from C. From the first beginning there was always the tendency in C++ to make the handling with pointers more type-safe without paying the extra cost.

With C++98 we got std::auto_ptr to express exclusive ownership. But std::auto_ptr had a big issue. When you copy an std::auto_ptr the resource will be moved. What looks like a copy operation was actually a move operation. The graphic shows the surprising behaviour of an std::auto_ptr.

This was extremely bad and the reason for a lot of serious bugs; therefore, we got std::unique_ptr with C++11 and std::auto_ptr was deprecated in C++11 and finally removed in C++17. Additionally, we got std::shared_ptr and std::weak_ptr in C++11 for handling shared ownership. You can not copy but move an std::unique_ptr and if you copy or assign an std::shared_ptr, the internal reference counter will be increased. Have a look here:

Since C++11 C++ has a multithreading library. This makes the handling with std::shared_ptr quite challenging because an std::shared_ptr is per definition shared but not thread-safe. Only the control-block is thread-safe but not the access to its resource. That means, modifying the reference counter is an atomic operation and you have the guarantee that the resource will be deleted exactly once. This is the reason we will get with C++20 atomic smart pointers: std::atomic_shared_ptr and std::atmic_weak_ptr. Read the details in the proposal: Atomic Smart Pointers.

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