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How do you know when a file is unzipped?
If you use an utility such as 'Winzip', then once the file(s) are unzipped it will show you the the folder they are in. And with most zip files programs you have to indicate a destination folder before you can unzip anyway. I find 'Winzip' is It great and you can dowload it for free to evaluate it. It has a wizard feature menu which is very simple to use.
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If the browser gets the file from a web server, the web server sends a small header in addition to the file, and the header specifies the "content type" of the file. A w…eb page is HTML, and has the content type "text/html", while a file with just text would have content type "text/plain". Some browsers will also look at the file content and try to guess whether it's a web page, so it can display it as a web page even if the server sent the wrong content type. If the browser reads the file from the file system, it normally looks at the file name extension, like ".htm" or ".html" means it's a web page. This is the same mechanism the operating system uses to know for example which files are Word documents and which files are movies.
Well, you may never know before...actions like that are kept fairly tightly sealed, but once it happens - you will be notified...they have to notify all involved and wit…h possible claims...and employees fall in that catagory.
Without extraordinary measures, they are not deleted. Windows removed the index for a file, not the file itself. The data remains on the hard drive. To some extent, this is tr…ue in most other operating systems as well. You can get special programs which not only delete files but overwrite them with nonsense data. In some cases, they will even do this multiple times, making it next to impossible for even the most sophisticated tools to recover the deleted file.
bases within the cells nucleus pair with the separated bases on the DNA strand
The original strand of DNA is unzipped by an enzyme that breaks the hydrogen bonds between the bases. This process continues until the entire strand of DNA has been unzipp…ed and copied.
There is no central location to find all judgments against you. You can find most creditor and major liability judgments on your credit report. You are entitled to one free cr…edit report every year from the 3 largest national credit bureaus, TransUnion, Equifax and Esperian. In most cases, the plaintiff or the court will send you a document indicating the judgment has been entered against you. If you move without leaving a change of address, or you do not change your address with the plaintiff or the court within a year, you will not get any mailed notices. If you know a case has been filed against you, call or go to the clerk's office for that court. Make sure you have the docket number for the case, it will help.
On the replication forks.
Yes. All employers you worked for in the base period (the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters) are contacted by the employment security investigators to see if y…ou were eligible to receive benefits from having worked for them>
There are several enzymes that 'unzip' DNA. These enzymes are collectively known as DNA helicases. DNA helicases are helix-destabilizing enzymes that bind to DNA at the or…igin of replication and break hydrogen bonds, thereby separating the two strands. This allows RNA polymerase to begin transcription (copying) of the DNA sequence.
DNA splits, and mRNA and tRNA are there to create new strands for the new replicated DNA strand. This is what happens prior to mitosis in cell division.
It means "extract from a zip file."
In Video Games
Double clicking a zipped file will unzip it. Be aware that the Pivot stick animation software only works with the Windows operating system and will not work on Mac OS X. How…ever Stykz is similar software available for the Mac that can import some Pivot animations. (See links below)
Some do some dont dependong on content lol
The exact method the desktop environment uses (it is not a feature of the Linux kernel itself) that selects a program to open a file with varies slightly, but works something …like this: 1. The file manager / explorer tries to identify what type of file it is. Unlike in Windows, this is not determined by the file extension, but by various identifying features in the file, such as "magic numbers", or commonly used strings, and syntax used in specific types of plaintext documents. 2. The file is matched by its type to a program. 3. The file manager launches the program with the path to the file as an input parameter, much like entering "programname filename" on the command line.
Usually; however some file formats (jpg and mp3 are good examples) are already compressed and zipping them will not generally compress the file much further.