当前位置: 首页 > news >正文

2006年

Text 1
In spite of “endless talk of difference,” American society is an amazing machine for homogenizing people. There is “the democratizing uniformity of dress and discourse, and the casualness and absence of deference” characteristic of popular culture. People are absorbed into “a culture of consumption” launched by the 19th-century department stores that offered “vast arrays of goods in an elegant atmosphere. Instead of intimate shops catering to a knowledgeable elite,” these were stores “anyone could enter, regardless of class or background. This turned shopping into a public and democratic act.” The mass media, advertising and sports are other forces for homogenization.

Immigrants are quickly fitting into this common culture, which may not be altogether elevating but is hardly poisonous. Writing for the National Immigration Forum, Gregory Rodriguez reports that today’s immigration is neither at unprecedented levels nor resistant to assimilation. In 1998 immigrants were 9.8 percent of population; in 1900,13.6 percent. In the 10 years prior to 1990,3.1 immigrants arrived for every 1,000 residents; in the 10 years prior to 1890,9.2 for every 1,000. Now, consider three indices of assimilation – language, home ownership and intermarriage.

The 1990 Census revealed that “a majority of immigrants from each of the fifteen most common countries of origin spoke English ‘well’ or ‘very well’ after ten years of residence.” The children of immigrants tend to be bilingual and proficient in English. “By the third generation, the original language is lost in the majority of immigrant families.” Hence the description of as a “graveyard” for languages. By 1996 foreign-born immigrants who had arrived before 1970 had a home ownership rate of 75.6 percent, higher than the 69.8 percent rate among native-born Americans.

Foreign-born Asians and Hispanics “have higher rates of intermarriage than do U.S.-born whites and blacks.” By the third generation, one third of Hispanic women are married to non-Hispanics, and 41 percent of Asian-American women are married to non-Asians.

Rodriguez notes that children in remote villages around the world are fans of superstars like Arnold Schwarzenegger and , yet “some Americans fear that immigrants living within the remain somehow immune to the nation’s assimilative power.”

Are there divisive issues and pockets of seething anger in ? Indeed. It is big enough to have a bit of everything. But particularly when viewed against ’s turbulent past, today’s social indices hardly suggest a dark and deteriorating social environment.

  1. The word “homogenizing” (Line 2, Paragraph 1) most probably means ________.
    [A] identifying
    [B] associating
    [C] assimilating
    [D] monopolizing

  2. According to the author, the department stores of the 19th century ________.
    [A] played a role in the spread of popular culture
    [B] became intimate shops for common consumers
    [C] satisfied the needs of a knowledgeable elite
    [D] owed its emergence to the culture of consumption

  3. The text suggests that immigrants now in the ________.
    [A] are resistant to homogenization
    [B] exert a great influence on American culture
    [C] are hardly a threat to the common culture
    [D] constitute the majority of the population

  4. Why are Arnold Schwarzenegger and mentioned in Paragraph 5?
    [A] To prove their popularity around the world.
    [B] To reveal the public’s fear of immigrants.
    [C] To give examples of successful immigrants.
    [D] To show the powerful influence of American culture.

  5. In the author’s opinion, the absorption of immigrants into American society is ________.
    [A] rewarding
    [B] successful
    [C] fruitless
    [D] harmful

Text 2
Stratford-on-Avon, as we all know, has only one industry – William Shakespeare – but there are two distinctly separate and increasingly hostile branches. There is the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), which presents superb productions of the plays at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre on the . And there are the townsfolk who largely live off the tourists who come, not to see the plays, but to look at Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shakespeare’s birthplace and the other sights.

The worthy residents of doubt that the theatre adds a penny to their revenue. They frankly dislike the RSC’s actors, them with their long hair and beards and sandals and noisiness. It’s all deliciously ironic when you consider that Shakespeare, who earns their living, was himself an actor (with a beard) and did his share of noise-making.

The tourist streams are not entirely separate. The sightseers who come by bus – and often take in  and  on the side – don’t usually see the plays, and some of them are even surprised to find a theatre in . However, the playgoers do manage a little sight-seeing along with their playgoing. It is the playgoers, the RSC contends, who bring in much of the town’s revenue because they spend the night (some of them four or five nights) pouring cash into the hotels and restaurants. The sightseers can take in everything and get out of town by nightfall.

The townsfolk don’t see it this way and local council does not contribute directly to the subsidy of the Royal Shakespeare Company. cries poor traditionally. Nevertheless every hotel in town seems to be adding a new wing or cocktail lounge. Hilton is building its own hotel there, which you may be sure will be decorated with Hamlet Hamburger Bars, the Lear Lounge, the Banquo Banqueting Room, and so forth, and will be very expensive.

Anyway, the townsfolk can’t understand why the Royal Shakespeare Company needs a subsidy. (The theatre has broken attendance records for three years in a row. Last year its 1,431 seats were 94 percent occupied all year long and this year they’ll do better.) The reason, of course, is that costs have rocketed and ticket prices have stayed low.

It would be a shame to raise prices too much because it would drive away the young people who are ’s most attractive clientele. They come entirely for the plays, not the sights. They all seem to look alike (though they come from all over) – lean, pointed, dedicated faces, wearing jeans and sandals, eating their buns and bedding down for the night on the flagstones outside the theatre to buy the 20 seats and 80 standing-room tickets held for the sleepers and sold to them when the box office opens at 10:30 a.m.

  1. From the first two paragraphs, we learn that ________.
    [A] the townsfolk deny the RSC’s contribution to the town’s revenue
    [B] the actors of the RSC imitate Shakespeare on and off stage
    [C] the two branches of the RSC are not on good terms
    [D] the townsfolk earn little from tourism

  2. It can be inferred from Paragraph 3 that ________.
    [A] the sightseers cannot visit the Castle and the Palace separately
    [B] the playgoers spend more money than the sightseers
    [C] the sightseers do more shopping than the playgoers
    [D] the playgoers go to no other places in town than the theater

  3. By saying “ cries poor traditionally” (Line 2-3, Paragraph 4), the author implies that ________.
    [A] cannot afford the expansion projects
    [B] has long been in financial difficulties
    [C] the town is not really short of money
    [D] the townsfolk used to be poorly paid

  4. According to the townsfolk, the RSC deserves no subsidy because ________.
    [A] ticket prices can be raised to cover the spending
    [B] the company is financially ill-managed
    [C] the behavior of the actors is not socially acceptable
    [D] the theatre attendance is on the rise

  5. From the text we can conclude that the author ________.
    [A] is supportive of both sides
    [B] favors the townsfolk’s view
    [C] takes a detached attitude
    [D] is sympathetic to the RSC

Text 3
When prehistoric man arrived in new parts of the world, something strange happened to the large animals. They suddenly became extinct. Smaller species survived. The large, slow-growing animals were easy game, and were quickly hunted to extinction. Now something similar could be happening in the oceans.

That the seas are being overfished has been known for years. What researchers such as Ransom Myers and Boris Worm have shown is just how fast things are changing. They have looked at half a century of data from fisheries around the world. Their methods do not attempt to estimate the actual biomass (the amount of living biological matter) of fish species in particular parts of the ocean, but rather changes in that biomass over time. According to their latest paper published in Nature, the biomass of large predators (animals that kill and eat other animals) in a new fishery is reduced on average by 80% within 15 years of the start of exploitation. In some long-fished areas, it has halved again since then.

Dr. Worm acknowledges that these figures are conservative. One reason for this is that fishing technology has improved. Today’s vessels can find their prey using satellites and sonar, which were not available 50 years ago. That means a higher proportion of what is in the sea is being caught, so the real difference between present and past is likely to be worse than the one recorded by changes in catch sizes. In the early days, too, longlines would have been more saturated with fish. Some individuals would therefore not have been caught, since no baited hooks would have been available to trap them, leading to an underestimate of fish stocks in the past. Furthermore, in the early days of longline fishing, a lot of fish were lost to sharks after they had been hooked. That is no longer a problem, because there are fewer sharks around now.
Dr. Myers and Dr. Worm argue that their work gives a correct baseline, which future management efforts must take into account. They believe the data support an idea current among marine biologists, that of the “shifting baseline.” The notion is that people have failed to detect the massive changes which have happened in the ocean because they have been looking back only a relatively short time into the past. That matters because theory suggests that the maximum sustainable yield that can be cropped from a fishery comes when the biomass of a target species is about 50% of its original levels. Most fisheries are well below that, which is a bad way to do business.

  1. The extinction of large prehistoric animals is noted to suggest that ________.
    [A] large animal were vulnerable to the changing environment
    [B] small species survived as large animals disappeared
    [C] large sea animals may face the same threat today
    [D] slow-growing fish outlive fast-growing ones

  2. We can infer from Dr. Myers and Dr. Worm’s paper that ________.
    [A] the stock of large predators in some old fisheries has reduced by 90%
    [B] there are only half as many fisheries as there were 15 years ago
    [C] the catch sizes in new fisheries are only 20% of the original amount
    [D] the number of larger predators dropped faster in new fisheries than in the old

  3. By saying “these figures are conservative” (Line 1, paragraph 3), Dr. Worm means that ________.
    [A] fishing technology has improved rapidly
    [B] the catch-sizes are actually smaller than recorded
    [C] the marine biomass has suffered a greater loss
    [D] the data collected so far are out of date

  4. Dr. Myers and other researchers hold that ________.
    [A] people should look for a baseline that can work for a longer time
    [B] fisheries should keep their yields below 50% of the biomass
    [C] the ocean biomass should be restored to its original level
    [D] people should adjust the fishing baseline to the changing situation

  5. The author seems to be mainly concerned with most fisheries’ ________.
    [A] management efficiency
    [B] biomass level
    [C] catch-size limits
    [D] technological application

Text 4
Many things make people think artists are weird. But the weirdest may be this: artists’ only job is to explore emotions, and yet they choose to focus on the ones that feel bad.

This wasn’t always so. The earliest forms of art, like painting and music, are those best suited for expressing joy. But somewhere from the 19th century onward, more artists began seeing happiness as meaningless, phony or, worst of all, boring, as we went from Wordsworth’s daffodils to Baudelaire’s flowers of evil.

You could argue that art became more skeptical of happiness because modern times have seen so much misery. But it’s not as if earlier times didn’t know perpetual war, disaster and the massacre of innocents. The reason, in fact, may be just the opposite: there is too much damn happiness in the world today.

After all, what is the one modern form of expression almost completely dedicated to depicting happiness? Advertising. The rise of anti-happy art almost exactly tracks the emergence of mass media, and with it, a commercial culture in which happiness is not just an ideal but an ideology.

People in earlier eras were surrounded by reminders of misery. They worked until exhausted, lived with few protections and died young. In the West, before mass communication and literacy, the most powerful mass medium was the church, which reminded worshippers that their souls were in danger and that they would someday be meat for worms. Given all this, they did not exactly need their art to be a bummer too.
Today the messages the average Westerner is surrounded with are not religious but commercial, and forever happy. Fast-food eaters, news anchors, text messengers, all smiling, smiling, smiling. Our magazines feature beaming celebrities and happy families in perfect homes. And since these messages have an agenda – to lure us to open our wallets – they make the very idea of happiness seem unreliable. “Celebrate!” commanded the ads for the arthritis drug Celebrex, before we found out it could increase the risk of heart attacks.

But what we forget – what our economy depends on us forgetting – is that happiness is more than pleasure without pain. The things that bring the greatest joy carry the greatest potential for loss and disappointment. Today, surrounded by promises of easy happiness, we need art to tell us, as religion once did, Memento mori: remember that you will die, that everything ends, and that happiness comes not in denying this but in living with it. It’s a message even more bitter than a clove cigarette, yet, somehow, a breath of fresh air.

  1. By citing the examples of poets Wordsworth and Baudelaire, the author intends to show that ________.
    [A] poetry is not as expressive of joy as painting or music
    [B] art grows out of both positive and negative feelings
    [C] poets today are less skeptical of happiness
    [D] artists have changed their focus of interest

  2. The word “bummer” (Line 5, paragraph 5) most probably means something ________.
    [A] religious
    [B] unpleasant
    [C] entertaining
    [D] commercial

  3. In the author’s opinion, advertising ________.
    [A] emerges in the wake of the anti-happy art
    [B] is a cause of disappointment for the general public
    [C] replaces the church as a major source of information
    [D] creates an illusion of happiness rather than happiness itself

  4. We can learn from the last paragraph that the author believes ________.
    [A] happiness more often than not ends in sadness
    [B] the anti-happy art is distasteful but refreshing
    [C] misery should be enjoyed rather than denied
    [D] the anti-happy art flourishes when economy booms

  5. Which of the following is true of the text?
    [A] Religion once functioned as a reminder of misery.
    [B] Art provides a balance between expectation and reality.
    [C] People feel disappointed at the realities of modern society.
    [D] Mass media are inclined to cover disasters and deaths.

一CACDB
二ABCDD
三CACDB
四DBDBA

本文来自互联网用户投稿,该文观点仅代表作者本人,不代表本站立场。本站仅提供信息存储空间服务,不拥有所有权,不承担相关法律责任。如若转载,请注明出处:http://www.exyb.cn/news/show-35427.html

如若内容造成侵权/违法违规/事实不符,请联系我们进行投诉反馈,一经查实,立即删除!

DP求解 最大连续子数组和

DP求解 最大连续子数组和 题目描述:输入一个整型数组,数组中的一个或连续多个整数组成一个子数组。求所有子数组的和的最大值。 1. 暴力求解 思路分析:计算数组中每一个连续子数组的和,找出其中最大值 /*** 暴力求解* param nums…...

再生龙clonezilla启动u盘制作,从vmware启动

制作u盘教程: http://www.360doc.com/content/20/0509/22/59153222_911267277.shtml 制作好u盘后,vmware里把u盘添加成硬盘,从u盘所在的硬盘启动即可。...

Mysql online DDL 线上无锁添加索引

只能通过ALTER TABLE不能create index ALTER TABLE tbl_name ADD PRIMARY KEY (column), ALGORITHMINPLACE, LOCKNONE; 参数说明: ALGORITHMINPLACE 更优秀的解决方案,在当前表加索引,步骤: 1.创建索引(二级索引)数据字典 2.加…...

string应用

将’a’从字符串s1中全部删除 s1.erase(std::remove(s1.begin(), s1.end(), a), s1.end());string s(b,e); //以区间b,e内的字符作为字符串s的初值 string s4(s3.begin(),s3.begin()5);...

python学习之路(第八天)---re模块正则表达式

python学习之路(第八天)—re模块正则表达式 python学习之路(第八天)---re模块正则表达式在线正则匹配正则匹配语法re.compile方法re.match方法re.search方法re.finditer方法转义匹配findall()正则表达式的实例正则表达式&#xff…...

移动端开发

移动端应用 H5 移动端页面App小程序 移动端开发方式 原生开发(Native App)网页开发(Web App)混合开发(Hybrid App)跨平台移动端框架 跨 App 平台:React Native、weex、Flutter跨 App、小程序、…...

bootstrap table自定义新增行

.deleattrbtn,.addtrbtn{width: 60px;color: #fff;font-size: 12px;background-color: #3177E7;border-radius: 2px;border: 0; }#addtrdiv,#back_addtrdiv{margin: 10px 22px;text-align: right; }.table-bordered{table-layout: fixed;font-size: 12px; }.table th, .table...

SqlServer反向生成PowerDesigner物理数据模型

要以管理员的身份运行!!!! 我的已经汉化了一部分。选择反向工程里的“Database” 名字随意 点击确定,–>使用数据源,可以不选管理员 点击使用数据源,右边那个,小白色垃圾桶 选…...

毕设系列 -- 基于STM32的人体红外测温枪温度采集系统

文章目录1 简介2 主要器件3 实现效果4 设计原理MLX90614 红外温度传感器5 部分实现代码6 最后1 简介 Hi,大家好,这里是丹成学长,今天向大家介绍一个学长做的单片机项目 基于STM32的人体红外测温枪温度采集系统 大家可用于 课程设计 或 毕业…...

laravel 8 实现excel 导出

composer 下载 composer require maatwebsite/excel 引入 use Elasticsearch\ClientBuilder; 创建excel文件 php artisan make:Exports FangExports FangExports 里面 return Fang::all(); php后台 //导出房东excelpublic function exports(){return Excel::download(…...

Vue相关:

目录 1,说一下vue最大特点是什么或者说vue核心是什么 2,说一下vue常用基本指令有哪些 3,Vue常用的修饰符...

spring-cloud-kubernetes-feign实战

关于spring-cloud-kubernetes spring-cloud-kubernetes是springcloud官方推出的开源项目,用于将Spring Cloud和Spring Boot应用运行在kubernetes环境,并且提供了通用的接口来调用kubernetes服务,主要提供了应用程序使用k8s本身功能&#xff…...

【Unity】如何将资源包里的Prefabs资源为己所用

步骤一、将所需要的prefab从外部导入的资源拖入Scene中。二、右键该预制体,选择Unpack Prefab Completely取消该预制体及其子物体与资源包中预制体的关联。三、将该预制体拖动到自己的prefabs文件夹目录下,制作成自己项目的预制体。四、在Project面板下&…...

docker学习笔记(一)

概述 Docker是一款针对程序开发人员和系统管理员来开发、部署、运行应用的一款虚拟化平台。Docker 可以让你像使用集装箱一样快速的组合成应用,并且可以像运输标准集装箱一样,尽可能的屏蔽代码层面的差异。Docker 会尽可能的缩短从代码测试到产品部署的时…...

防火墙高可靠性

双机热备、BFD双向转发检测、IP-LINK链路检测、Link-Group逻辑组、ETH-Trunk链路捆绑、Bypass,跨数据中心集群,双主控、业务板备份、数据中心会话同步 双机热备 目的:为了防止单点故障 实现:两台硬件软件相同的FW之间通过一条独…...

手写Promise.all()方法

有1个promise报错了,其他的promis会执行吗? 会的,因为Promsie在实例化时候就已经执行完了。手写Promise.all()方法 function PromiseAll(promiseArray){//返回的一定是个proimsereturn new Promise((resolve,reject)>{//首先判断传入的是…...

Centos8.0系统升级到最新版本

一 ,Centos8.0更换国内源(阿里源) 1, 备份旧的配置文件 mv /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo.backup2,进入cd /etc/yum.repos.d cd /etc/yum.repos.d3,下载新的 Ce…...

高端音响的死亡被大大夸大了

几年前,在 MP3 盗版时代的鼎盛时期——当高端音频世界哀叹 MP3 文件的糟糕音质,而 MP3 用户乐于用音质换取免费音乐时——一位业内同事问我我以为高端音频已经死了。我向她保证不,一部分音乐迷,虽然可能不是主流,但总是…...

Java学习笔记--13.网络编程

Java学习笔记–13 第十章 网络编程 目录Java学习笔记--13前言网络编程1.定义2.TCP通信(1).ServerSocket(2).Socket3.UDP通信(1).发送方(2).接收方前言 21世纪,走进了信息时代,各种各样的软件层出不穷,但是总离不开程序开发,离不…...

python100例045求1-100之和用sum(range(1,101))

""" 题目045:统计 1 到 100 之和 """ def test045():count 0for i in range(1, 101):count iprint(count)# 二print(sum(range(1, 101))) test045()...

堆排序习题

写出下列关键字序列排序的结果:{15,21,6,30,23,6,20,17} 步骤:先对序列进行堆排队,之后将顶部元素与最后一个元素相交换,交换时候重新对剩下的再…...

安装activemq或者tomcat等启动时报错

问题描述: 在编写shell脚本安装mq和tomcat的时候,到了启动那一步出现了报错。报错内容如下: INFO: Loading ‘/opt/apache-activemq-5.13.2//bin/env’ ERROR: Configuration variable JAVA_HOME or JAVACMD is not defined correctly. …...

linux之粘贴代码或者注释时,被强制都改为注释的解决办法

linux之粘贴代码或者注释时,被强制都改为注释的解决办法 直接通过vim打开脚本,然后粘贴进去后,发现,内容全部乱序,如有注释也会被之后改成注释,故此可通过以下方法: sudo cat > /tmp/test.…...

CSUSTOJ 搬砖(状压dp)

题目链接 emmm显然的状压dp 我们定义dp[状态][j] 表示该状态下以j为终点的最短时间 先把存图floyd一下,然后开始状压dp处理。 对于K个任务,只需要记录每个经过的点的二进制位就OK,把任务合成一个带有1号起点的状态,查询输出该状态…...

Gerrit简单介绍

什么是Gerrit? Gerrit是一个web代码评审工具,它基于git版本控制系统。Gerrit旨在提供一个轻量级框架,用于在代码入库之前对每个提交进行审阅。‎Gerrit会记录每一次提交的代码修改,但只有它们被审阅和接收后才能合入成为项目的一部…...

Mysql online DDL 线上无锁添加索引

只能通过ALTER TABLE不能create index ALTER TABLE tbl_name ADD PRIMARY KEY (column), ALGORITHMINPLACE, LOCKNONE; 参数说明: ALGORITHMINPLACE 更优秀的解决方案,在当前表加索引,步骤: 1.创建索引(二级索引)数据字典 2.加…...

C语言 指针声明和定义 - C语言零基础入门教程

目录 一.指针简介 1.内存2.内存地址3.指针声明 二.指针类型三.声明并初始化一个指针 1.声明指针并直接初始化 – 推荐2.先声明指针在初始化 – 不推荐 四.查看指针地址和指针的值五.NULL 指针 – 空指针六.重点总结七.猜你喜欢 零基础 C/C 学习路线推荐 : C/C 学习目录 >&g…...

[益智题] —— 在 5 5 5 1 间添加运算符号使结果为24

题目结果: 5 * (5 - 1 / 5) 24 题目解析: 巧妙利用分数运算消去分母得到分子。...

JVM运行时数据区(内存模型)

Java程序执行过程: 如上图所示,首先Java源代码文件(.java后缀)会被Java编译器编译为字节码文件(.class后缀),然后由JVM中的类加载器加载各个类的字节码文件。加载完毕之后,交由JVM执行引擎执行。 在整个程序执行过程中&#xff0…...

7-图像分割

图像分割,其实就是像素级别的分类 目标检测的是object级别的,不包含背景 图像分类-语义分割把图片的里面的像素进行划分 包含背景 目标检测-实例分割,边框轮廓划分起来 不包含背景 全景分割 语义分割和实例分割结合 3 应用 数据集和评价…...

dbc2000 注册机|dbc2000 注册码注册机下载

点击下载来源:dbc2000 注册机 dbc2000 注册机是同名源程序软件的注册机软件,该源程序软件是一款应用于数据库搭建以及数据写入的数据库架设工具,它拥有强大的数据写入功能,在作为应用程序使用时,它不仅可以充当数据属性…...

秋招面经第八弹:网易二面-数据开发工程师

秋招第八弹:网易二面-数据开发工程师 写在最前:秋招以来一直在冲,因为事情比较多,对于笔试面试一直没有复盘,现在靠仅存的记忆把面试的一些问题记录下来,尽可能记录出能回忆到的问题,但可能记的…...

安卓课程格子APP

https://download.csdn.net/download/weixin_57836618/73810452 功能演示: 查看所有课程 点击主页面空白处即可添加课程 添加课程之后查看课程 查看双周课程 查看单周课程 6.查看课程详情...

强化学习——格子世界

强化学习——格子世界 项目源码地址:https://gitee.com/infiniteStars/machine-learning-experiment 1. 实验内容 2. 实验代码 import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from matplotlib.table import Table from xml.dom.minidom import Document #手…...

华为机试 - 跳格子游戏

目录 题目描述 输入描述 输出描述 用例 题目解析 算法源码 题目描述 地上共有N个格子,你需要跳完地上所有的格子,但是格子间是有强依赖关系的,跳完前一个格子后,后续的格子才会被开启,格子间的依赖关系由多组st…...

php 爬课程表信息,Ruby爬取教务系统生成课程表

我为什么要虐自己最近觉得课程格子广告越来越多,乱七八糟的东西越来越多,完全失去了一开始的存在价值,并且没有电脑端app,想查看课程必须拿出手机,而我使用电脑频率要比手机高,所以才有了折腾的动力。于是我…...

android 课程表 ui,UICollectionViewLayout实现课程表布局

因为项目中有课程表的相关模块,第一时间想到用UICollectionView。然而后期的需求越来越复杂,每个格子需要展示的内容越来越多,所以不得不寻找合适的解决方案。最后发现自定义UICollectionViewLayout可以实现我的需求。先放效果图:…...

Android自定义View课程表,Android 自定义View课程表表格

自己闲下来时间写的一个课表控件使用的自定义LinearLayout 里面View都是用代码实现的 最终效果如下图 写的可能有问题希望多多指点创建一个自定义LinearLayout 控件用来装载课程的信息和课程的周数 和节数大概的布局三这样的根据上面的看来觉得总体布局我分了两个 上面的星期是…...

java课程设计设计_java课程设计

1. 团队课程设计博客链接https://www.cnblogs.com/choco1ate/p/12172223.html2.本组课题及本人任务本组课题:泡泡堂(炸弹人)游戏本人任务:Box类(游戏地图中的每个方格)Bomb类(游戏过程中的)游戏玩家输赢信息的文件储存3.需求分析Box类:该类为…...

《课程格子》的一个笔试题目

题目如下,感觉很适合喜欢琢磨的程序员,也是考验你编码风格的时候。 Lets make a tower defense game(塔防游戏):1. You have 1 tower, with H health and D dps(damage per second).2. There are n attackers, each with h_i health and d_i …...

Android仿照超级课程表 or 课程格子 一键提取课表功能(方正系统)

参考文章http://blog.csdn.net/sbsujjbcy ,本文仿照‘ 安卓弟 提供的android 项目实战——打造超级课程表一键提取课表功能文章,对他的代码进行了修改和补充,为什么要修改呢?原因是安卓弟的那个源码版本过于老旧,很多方法已经过…...

解决win10设备管理器及操作找不到蓝牙

目录 现象 快捷操作、设置、设备管理器中均找不到蓝牙开关,设置提示蓝牙关闭 解决 共分4个步骤 解读 现象: 1.快捷操作、设置中无法找到蓝牙开关 设备管理器中无蓝牙项 解决: 1.此电脑>右击>管理>计算机管理>查看&#xff08…...

Arch安装开启蓝牙

pacman -S bluez bluez-utils bluedevil systemctl enable bluetooth其中bluedevil为图形化管理工具。 重启后可在托盘看到图标。 如果要用蓝牙耳机,或者蓝牙音响,还需要安装pulseaudio-bluetooth pacman -S pulseaudio-bluetooth 这个程序默认开机启…...

Kali Linux蓝牙连接问题解决

前言 本篇文章包括Kali Linux 2021.1版本中蓝牙连接问题的解决 一、启动蓝牙服务 Kali Linux默认状态下并没有启动蓝牙服务,如果尝试打开蓝牙管理器会提示Bluez守护进程没有运行,不能继续。应用下列指令开启蓝牙服务: sudo service blueto…...

G502使用计算机配置,解决方案:Logitech G502宏设置教程方法

如果您想在玩游戏时得到电竞玩家的反应和要求,可以在游戏中进行各种组合操作时使用宏操作。这种操作只是批处理,意味着设置一系列要按顺序执行的动作,因为该操作的每个步骤都是预先记录的,然后由计算机执行,所以它是10…...

计算机考试宏的录制,最新版本:鼠标和键盘录制工具(宏录制器)

宏记录器是一个非常好的工具,该软件可以帮助您轻松记录鼠标和键盘的运动过程信息,获取您想知道的信息等。该软件功能强大,易于使用,易于使用,有必要欢迎您从当义下载!鼠标和键盘录制工具(宏录制器)软件简介…...

如何在计算机设置鼠标宏,鼠标宏设置教程

鼠标宏实际上是脚本,类似于按钮向导,但是大多数游戏认为按钮向导是非法的,而宏不是,这意味着它们永远不会被禁止。因此,我们可以设置一个(几个)宏来减轻我们的负担。对于MMORPG游戏玩家,您可以设置组合例程…...

【项目】用户可自定义简易宏键盘

目录简介系统设计宏键盘的设计桌面端软件的设计简介 在日常的电脑使用中,为了节省操作的时间,我们常常会使用电脑内置的快捷键来替代繁琐的鼠标操作,如使用ctrlc来复制、ctrlv来粘贴、ctrlz来撤回。 但即使是像上面效率非常高的快捷键&#…...

office宏攻击

什么是宏宏病毒开启宏创建宏CS创建监听器生成宏代码保存上线免杀制作恶意文档上传服务器制作本地文档上线启用火绒思路:CS生成宏病毒插入到office中什么是宏 宏(Macro)是一种批量处理的称谓,是指能组织到一起作为独立的命令使用的…...

无线可编程、兼具多功能的鼠标如何选?这里有你需要的答案

说到鼠标和键盘,不管是宅家也好、工作或游戏也好,各种人群都离不开电脑,而鼠标做为其中使用最频繁的数码外设,如果选择不精准,就会给使用带来很闹心的烦恼。 就拿上图这几种先锋使用过的鼠标来说,有超薄的、…...