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Infiniti Data Technologies

Old no:41,New No:8,First Floor,8th East Road,Gandhi Nagar, Vellore. Gandhinagar, Katpadi, India- 632006.

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We are an established company with an excellent track record in the training field over the past 5 years, We are the authorized partners for Hewlett Packard - HP software University & Certiport .

HP is renowned for software in Software testing, Big Data, Networking like QTP/UFT, Loadrunner, ALM, VuGen and R Programming / HADOOP that are widely used in the Industries and the certified professionals of HP are sought after for their skills.
Regular training programs are scheduled in - C, C++, JAVA, .Net, PHP, Network, Android, Linux, Loadrunner, QTP, Hadoop.
HP courses have been standardized across the world which have been fine tuned to suit to Industry needs. Furthermore all Candidates who have completed the courses are eligible to be listed in HP certified professional database which is shared with more than 100 companies in India and therefore highly valued.

Certiport is the world leader in performance based certification exams and practice test solutions. Certiport partnered with Microsoft, Adobe, Intuit and Autodesk to develop and deliver learning materials, practice tests and deliver rigorous certification exams.

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Old no:41,New No:8,First Floor,8th East Road,Gandhi Nagar, Vellore.

Gandhinagar, Katpadi, India- 632006.

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"Why are there no Indians on top-10 lists of open-source contributors?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

The projects you mentioned are quite old, and most Indians didn’t have access to the Internet when these projects were started. There are many Indians who make significant contributions to open source. I’ve used software built by Viral Shah and team - JuliaLang/julia Amjith Ramanujam dbcli/pgcli Makers of the Postman REST Client - Postman Anand Chitipothu - Webpy webpy/webpy, Web Archive Baiju Muthukadan Various projects in Python and Go ManishEarth - Mozilla / Servo servo/servo

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"How do I take an input of 10^9 in C?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Predefined function pow() which is in maths.h is the best for it. But it can be also be done using a loops. The inside definition of pow() function is same as we do using loops :) Method 1(using pow()): Its one of the easiest way to do. void main() { int num,pow,p=1; printf(“Enter the number: ”); scanf(“%d”,&num); printf(“Enter it’s power: “); scanf(“%d”,&pow); p=pow(num,pow) printf("Result is %d",p); getch(); } Method 2(using for loop) : void main() { int num,pow,i,p=1; printf(“Enter the number: ”); scanf(“%d”,&num); printf(“Enter it’s power: “); scanf(“%d”,&pow); for(i=0;i

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"How do I print \n in C or C++ programming?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

void main() { printf("\\n"); }

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"How do I write a C++ program to read the JPG format picture, square the dots per pixel and output the image?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

You probably don’t actually want to do what you are asking how to do. As Jim Clack pointed out in his answer, a JPEG file doesn’t store a raster image, it stores a compressed image as a set of transforms. When you convert this image into a bitmap in memory, that’s a process called rendering. Say I had a JPEG image, and the image was, in theory, “naturally” 400x400 pixels in size. I could render it into a bitmap in memory as a 400x400 image, and that would get me a 400x400 raster image, as a bitmap. And then I take that image, and do as you suggest, to magnify it into an 800x800 image, turning each pixel into a square composed of 4 pixels, at two pixels on a side. You’re going to get a pretty crappy image, and unless your intent is to make the image look as if it were being displayed on an old-time 8-bit computer, like an Atari 2600, or a Commodore 64, or an old game console, such as the original Nintendo/Famicon system, or an old Mattel Intellivision, etc. — you’re going to end up with a pretty terrible image. If, instead, you created an 800x800 canvas (an empty bitmap), and rendered the JPEG into it at that resolution directly — then the math is going to work out in such a way as to make the image look a whole heck of a lot better. The reason for this is that the 2x2 pixel regions won’t all be the same color; instead, what gets rendered into an individual pixel is going to depend on the adjacent information — in other words, it’s going to decompress into different pixel colors, for each of the pixels in the 2x2 region.

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"How can I install Spark 2.X on a YARN multi-node cluster?" in   IT Courses/Hadoop

If you have implemented a cluster using a managed distribution, such as Hortonworks or Cloudera, you simply add the Spark service using Ambari (Hwx) or Cloudera Manager. That’s part of what you get selecting such a distro: automation of cluster administration, including adding new services or adding new nodes. If you implemented an unmanaged cluster, i.e. a cluster managed with the native Hadoop execs, you will need to download and untar the Spark tarball, manually configure the config files - including YARN integration, and manually start the spark server. See the docs: Running Spark on YARN

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Software Programming, Training in Computer tools usage, Basics of Computer usage, Training in Software application usage

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Load Runner Training
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Selenium Training
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"Why are there no Indians on top-10 lists of open-source contributors?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

The projects you mentioned are quite old, and most Indians didn’t have access to the Internet when these projects were started. There are many Indians who make significant contributions to open source. I’ve used software built by Viral Shah and team - JuliaLang/julia Amjith Ramanujam dbcli/pgcli Makers of the Postman REST Client - Postman Anand Chitipothu - Webpy webpy/webpy, Web Archive Baiju Muthukadan Various projects in Python and Go ManishEarth - Mozilla / Servo servo/servo

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"How do I take an input of 10^9 in C?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Predefined function pow() which is in maths.h is the best for it. But it can be also be done using a loops. The inside definition of pow() function is same as we do using loops :) Method 1(using pow()): Its one of the easiest way to do. void main() { int num,pow,p=1; printf(“Enter the number: ”); scanf(“%d”,&num); printf(“Enter it’s power: “); scanf(“%d”,&pow); p=pow(num,pow) printf("Result is %d",p); getch(); } Method 2(using for loop) : void main() { int num,pow,i,p=1; printf(“Enter the number: ”); scanf(“%d”,&num); printf(“Enter it’s power: “); scanf(“%d”,&pow); for(i=0;i

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"How do I print \n in C or C++ programming?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

void main() { printf("\\n"); }

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"How do I write a C++ program to read the JPG format picture, square the dots per pixel and output the image?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

You probably don’t actually want to do what you are asking how to do. As Jim Clack pointed out in his answer, a JPEG file doesn’t store a raster image, it stores a compressed image as a set of transforms. When you convert this image into a bitmap in memory, that’s a process called rendering. Say I had a JPEG image, and the image was, in theory, “naturally” 400x400 pixels in size. I could render it into a bitmap in memory as a 400x400 image, and that would get me a 400x400 raster image, as a bitmap. And then I take that image, and do as you suggest, to magnify it into an 800x800 image, turning each pixel into a square composed of 4 pixels, at two pixels on a side. You’re going to get a pretty crappy image, and unless your intent is to make the image look as if it were being displayed on an old-time 8-bit computer, like an Atari 2600, or a Commodore 64, or an old game console, such as the original Nintendo/Famicon system, or an old Mattel Intellivision, etc. — you’re going to end up with a pretty terrible image. If, instead, you created an 800x800 canvas (an empty bitmap), and rendered the JPEG into it at that resolution directly — then the math is going to work out in such a way as to make the image look a whole heck of a lot better. The reason for this is that the 2x2 pixel regions won’t all be the same color; instead, what gets rendered into an individual pixel is going to depend on the adjacent information — in other words, it’s going to decompress into different pixel colors, for each of the pixels in the 2x2 region.

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"How can I install Spark 2.X on a YARN multi-node cluster?" in   IT Courses/Hadoop

If you have implemented a cluster using a managed distribution, such as Hortonworks or Cloudera, you simply add the Spark service using Ambari (Hwx) or Cloudera Manager. That’s part of what you get selecting such a distro: automation of cluster administration, including adding new services or adding new nodes. If you implemented an unmanaged cluster, i.e. a cluster managed with the native Hadoop execs, you will need to download and untar the Spark tarball, manually configure the config files - including YARN integration, and manually start the spark server. See the docs: Running Spark on YARN

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Infiniti Data Technologies conducts classes in Adobe Certification, Autocad and Big Data. It is located in Gandhinagar, Katpadi. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute.

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