In fact, formally, "to quote" is a verb, and "quotation" is a noun. And so it was until the end of the 19th century - the word "quote" was used exclusively as a verb. However, in 1888 the first case of using it as a short for "quotation" was registered. This transformation of the word initially met with strong disapproval in certain circles. However, it was so successful that over time it became widespread and began to be used more and more often.

To date, in an official and / or academic context, this reduction is still unacceptable. However, in informal speech and writing very often the word "quote" is used precisely as a noun - a short form of the word "quotation" or "quotation mark" (quotation mark).

By default camera in Sid Meier's Civilization VI is controlled by either pointing the mouse to the screen's borders or by the arrow keys. This is not entirely convenient and unusual for some users. The problem is that you can not reassign these buttons in the game settings. So, How can you assign more suitable keys for scrolling the camera (for example familiar to everyone WASD)?

In php, there is a remarkable extension called OPCache. Like most of php accelerators it caches the compiled php-bytecode, thereby increasing the performance of php-applications.

But what if you have a php-application on your server that you do not need to cache this way? It can be a test installation of some framework or CMS, a rarely used application — phpMyAdmin for example, or something like that.

For this case, in the OPCache settings there is an option called "opcache.blacklist_filename", in which you can specify the path to the file containing the "black list" of files that you don't want to be cached. In addition, if you need to exclude an entire application, you can specify all of its files using wildcards, for example /var/www/phpmyadmin/*.php

A blacklist file is a text file containing the names of files that should not be accelerated, one per line. Wildcards are allowed, and prefixes can also be provided.

php.net/manual

A blacklist file is a text file containing the names of files that should not be accelerated, one per line. Wildcards are allowed, and prefixes can also be provided.

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Hot keys and a couple of useful tricks

EnterExecutes the command.
Displays the previous command.
Ctrl+rAllows you to search for a command in history.
Ctrl+сInterrupts execution of the current command.
Ctrl+aMoves the cursor to the beginning of the line.
Ctrl+eMoves the cursor to the end of the line.
Ctrl+lClears the screen.
Ctrl+uCuts everything from the beginning of the line to the cursor and puts it in a special buffer.
Ctrl+kCuts everything from the cursor to the end of the line and puts it in a special buffer.
Ctrl+yInserts the content of a special buffer.
Ctrl+wRemoves the word/argument to the left of the cursor in the current line.
Ctrl+dTerminates the current session, similar to the exit command.
Alt+<Moves to the first command in history.
Alt+>Moves to the last command in history.
Alt+Removes everything from the beginning of the word to the cursor.
TabTabShows possible additions to the current command.
*TabTabDisplays the directories contained in the current directory (except hidden).
~TabTabDisplays a list of users from /etc/passwd.
!!
Repeats the last command.
&&
Combines several commands.
command | less
Displays the output of the command command page by page. You can scroll pages with Shift+ and Shift+.

The Witcher 3 game may have brightness problems when running on some systems. In the dungeons it can be too dark, or vice versa — the brightness in some locations can be very high. There are a few simple ways to fix this issue.

First, you need to make sure that the game is running in full screen mode. To do this, set the "Display Mode" to "Full Screen" in the "Options" ⇒ "Video" ⇒ "Graphics".