2005年10月31日

这两天在网上转悠,发现一下子很多名人都发布了自己的BLOG,徐静蕾,韩乔生,余秋雨。。这些名人的的BLOG都出自相同的地方,新浪。

确实是一个吸引眼球的好方法,只是,没人知道究竟文章是否出自本人,随便贴点照片就当是了,只是有个名人的授权罢了。不过自己又多了一个可以去溜达的地方。可以去看看

http://blog.sina.com.cn/main/

2005年10月23日

       2004香港高級視聽展-CD珍藏版中的一首,介绍说,開首那幾下非洲鼓的彈跳力和深潛的低頻,絕對是考機的好材料。用我HP笔记本的小喇叭当然是没有感觉的啦(据说还是JBL),怎么说也要带上PX200来感受下。

A Groovy Kind of Love-Jheena Lodwick

When I’m feeling blue, all I have to do
Is take a look at you and then, I’m not so blue
When you’re close to me, I can feel your heart beat
I can hear you breathing in my ear
Wouldn’t you agree, baby, you and me
Got a groovy kind of love
We got a groovy kind of love


Anytime you want to, you can turn me onto
Anything you want to, anytime at all
When I taste your lips, oh, I start to shiver,
Can’t control the quivering inside
Wouldn’t you agree, baby, you and me
Got a groovy kind of love
We got a groovy kind of love


INSTRUMENTAL BRIDGE


When I’m your arms, nothing seems to matter
If the world would shatter, I don’t care
Wouldn’t you agree, baby, you and me
Got a groovy kind of love


We got a groovy kind of love
We got a groovy kind of love

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      这个女子叫做JHEENA LODWICK。来自太平洋上的岛国菲律宾,她的声音停留在东南亚,英国,香港。。。许多许多的地方。也许你会在一间PUB里曾经遇见过她,因为在PUB演唱是她一直喜欢的表演形式;也许你会在许多发烧天碟唱片中看见这个名字,因为东南亚的众多发烧友和唱片出版商将她的声音誉为“美丽的天籁”;也许你根本就没有听过她的名字,她的声音,这也没什么,好在她已经和你相遇。JHEENA LODWICK

JHEENA的每张唱片都被乐迷封为发烧天碟,因为她的每张唱片从发烧的角度去听的话呢,都是极尽完美,包括录音的品质。但是,我不想用机械的数字去证明一个声音有多么多么地美妙,因为美妙的声音永远来自我们内心的聆听,唯有感性的耳朵才能捕捉声音的温度。

2005年10月15日

最近做DT数据,很多都是重复劳作,需要更高效和准确来完成,找了这些,已备后用

Regular Expressions are essentially patterns rather than specific strings that are used with Find/Replace operations. There are many ways that regular expressions may be used to streamline operations and enhance efficiency. We have listed below a reference key for both UltraEdit-style and UNIX-style regular expressions as well as some examples to demonstrate how regular expressions may be used in UltraEdit.

Regular Expressions in UltraEdit
UltraEdit Symbol UNIX Symbol Function
% ^ Matches/anchors the beginning of line.
$ $ Matches/anchors the end of line.
? . Matches any single character except a newline character. Does not match repeated newlines.
* Matches any number of occurrences of any character except newline.
+ + Matches one or more of the preceding character/expression. At least one occurrence of the character must be found. Does not match repeated newlines.
++ * Matches the preceding character/expression zero or more times. Does not match repeated newlines.
^ \ Indicates the next character has a special meaning. "n" on its own matches the character "n". "^n" (UE expressions) or "\n" (UNIX expressions) matches a linefeed or newline character. See examples below.
[ ] [ ] Matches any single character or range in the brackets.
[~xyz] [^xyz] A negative character set. Matches any characters NOT between brackets.
^b \f Matches a page break/form feed character.
^p \p Matches a newline (CR/LF) (paragraph) (DOS Files).
^r \r Matches a newline (CR Only) (paragraph) (MAC Files).
^n \n Matches a newline (LF Only) (paragraph) (UNIX Files).
^t \t Matches a tab character.
[0-9] \d Matches a digit character.
[~0-9] \D Matches a non-digit character.
[ ^t^b] \s Matches any white space including space, tab, form feed, etc., but not newline.
[~ ^t^b] \S Matches any non-white space character but not newline.
\v Matches a vertical tab character.
[a-z_] \w Matches any word character including underscore.
[~a-z_] \W Matches any non-word character.
^{A^}^{B^} (A|B) Matches expression A OR B.
^ \ Overrides the following regular expression character.
^(…^) (…) Brackets or tags an expression to use in the replace command. A regular expression may have up to 9 tagged expressions, numbered according to their order in the regular expression.
^1 \1 Numerical reference to tagged expressions. Text matched with tagged expressions may be used in Replace commands with this format.
Note: ^ refers to the character ‘^’ NOT Control Key + value.



UltraEdit/UNIX Regular Expression Examples



Simple String Matching

Simple string matching is probably the most basic form of regular expressions but can allow you to quickly exploit different patterns so that you can search for more than one string at a time rather than doing multiple Find operations.

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: m?n
Matches: "man" and "men" but not "moon"

Find What: t*t
Matches: "test", "tonight" and "tea time" (the "tea t" portion) but not "tea
time" (newline between "tea " and "time").

Find What: Te+st
Matches: "test", "teest", "teeeest", etc. but does not match "tst"

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: m.n
Matches: "man" and "men" but not "moon"

Find What: t.*t
Matches: "test", "tonight" and "tea time" (the "tea t" portion) but not "tea
time" (newline between "tea " and "time").

Find What: Te+st
Matches: "test", "teest", "teeeest", etc. but does not match "tst"



Character Sets

A character set is a group of characters bounded by "[" and "]". These may be used to designate specific characters to be matched or ranges (i.e. [aeud], or [a-z]).

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: [aeiou]
Matches: every vowel

NOTE: Regular Expressions in UltraEdit are not case-sensitive unless Match Case is selected in the Find dialog.

Find What: [,.^?]
Matches: a literal ",", "." or "?".

Because the "?" is a symbol used in expressions it must be "escaped" for the literal character to be matched rather than interpreted as an expression.

Find What: [0-9a-z]
Matches: any digit or letter

Find What: [~0-9]
Matches: any character except a digit (~ means NOT the following)

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: [aeiou]
Matches: every vowel

Find What: [,\.?]
Matches: a literal ",", "." or "?".

Because the "." is a symbol used in expressions it must be "escaped" for the literal character to be matched rather than interpreted as an expression.

Find What: [0-9a-z]
Matches: any digit or letter

Find What: [^0-9]
Matches: any character except a digit (^ means NOT the following)



OR Expressions

Currently UltraEdit only allows for the specification of two operands for an OR expression. You may search for an expression A or B as follows:

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: ^{John^}^{Tom^}

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: (John|Tom)

There should be nothing between the two expressions. You may combine A or B and C or D in the same search as follows:

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: ^{John^}^{Tom^} ^{Smith^}^{Jones^}

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: (John|Tom) (Smith|Jone)

This will search for "John" or "Tom" followed by "Smith" or "Jones".



Deleting Blank Lines

With Regular Expressions selected in the Replace dialog this will match the a CR/LF (DOS line terminator) immediately followed by the end of a line (i.e., a blank line) and replace it with nothing, effectively deleting it:

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: ^p$
Replace With: (literally nothing)

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: \p$
Replace With: (literally nothing)



Reformatting Text With Tagged Expressions

Example 1:

Tagged expressions may be used to mark various data members so that they may be reorganized, reformatting the data. For example, it might be useful to be able to rearrange:

John Smith, 385 Central Ave., Cincinnati, OH, 45238

into:

45238, Smith, John, 385 Central Ave., Cincinnati, OH

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: %^([a-z]+^) ^([a-z]+^), ^(*^), ^(*^), ^(*^), ^([0-9]+^)
Replace With: ^6, ^2, ^1, ^3, ^4, ^5

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: ^([a-z]+) ([a-z]+), (.*), (.*), (.*), ([0-9]+)
Replace With: \6, \2, \1, \3, \4, \5

Example 2:

If you have a web-based registration system it might be useful to rearrange the order data into a format easily used by a database:

name = John Smith
address1 = 385 Central Ave.
address2 =
city = Cincinnati
state = OH
zip = 45238

into:

John Smith, 385 Central Ave.,, Cincinnati, OH, 45238,

This can be done with the following expression:

UltraEdit RegExp:

Find What: name = ^([a-z ]+^)^paddress1 = ^([a-z 0-9.,]+^)^paddress2 = ^([a-z 0-9.,]++^)^pcity = ^([a-z]+^)^pstate = ^([a-z]+^)^pzip = ^([0-9^-]+^)
Replace With:^1, ^2, ^3, ^4, ^5, ^6

UNIX RegExp:

Find What: name = ([a-z ]+)\paddress1 = ([a-z 0-9.,]+)\paddress2 = ([a-z 0-9.,]*)\pcity = ([a-z]+)\pstate = ([a-z]+)\pzip = ([0-9^-]+)
Replace With:\1, \2, \3, \4, \5, \6

2005年10月10日

今天下午去了剑门关

早听说了此关乃进蜀国的咽喉之地,所处的位置有如居庸关对京城的作用。

中午吃完午饭从广元出发,13块的车票,坐上去剑阁的高速班车(中巴),大概一小时后到达还距里剑阁县城30公里的剑门关。

30块的门票,直接就看见剑门关,与居庸关大致相同。没有嘉峪关给人的那种凄凉荡气的感觉沿着山崖的栈道走到山腰。要登顶的话还要30的票,觉得没意思,就做缆车下山,20。

沿着公路朝剑阁县走一公里左右,途中可看见一个天然形成的石像,称之位姜维像,还有姜维的慕,不知道是不是真的,附近抓怕到一张蝴蝶图片,R2的微距派上用了,呵呵。走到了小镇,品尝下著名的剑阁豆腐,确实不错,点了个山崩豆腐和肘子豆腐,都不错。

回广元时没有直接的中巴了,只好坐更撇的面包车,做到中间的一个小县城,叫宝轮的地方,离昭华很近,似乎很像呈贡的感觉,呵呵,感慨。从来没计划回来,以后也不太有可能回的地方,never will be,never come back.又坐着面包回到广元。

附,介绍

 两崖石壁如刀砍斧辟,平地拨高150多米,长500多米,宽100余米,底部宽50多米,“两崖对峙倚霄汉,昂首只见一线天”,地势异常险峻。蜀汉诸葛亮在此修筑关楼成为军事要塞,大有一夫当关,万夫莫开之势,古时在无内应的情况下要想从正面攻入关内简直变像异想天开一样。

    剑门关楼历史上屡遭破坏,又多次修复,原关楼在公路左侧(由南向北,1992年,为不防碍川陕公路而改在原址的对面,是仿古而建,是一处仿古思幽的好地方。

    剑门关以险著称,其险在于峰绝、岩危、路险、峡深,但剑门关也险中有秀,险中有幽。

    更绝的是剑门关的左侧崖壁,从侧面看就像一尊天然的武士像,守卫着剑门关,当地人由于尊敬三国时的名将姜维,而将其称为姜维神像,以纪念当年姜维守关的事迹。

    剑门有古蜀道、古战场、古关楼、古建筑等众多古迹,古往今来,吸引众多名家、诗人、墨客来此观光览胜。

2005年10月08日

国庆花了三天时间去,却用了一周的时间准备,成都的户外店都转了个遍。虽然开始感觉没有什么必要,后来玩的时候总发现,装备还是必须的。

  衣服就不多说,穷人买点便宜的,就随便啦,鞋子还是不能随便呵。

在玉林好友多旁的劲浪体育买了意大利的一个户外品牌Dolomite。GORE-TEX&VIBRAM

GTX FALORIA

两个字,靶实

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Dolomite旗下汇集了专业系列、高级系列、登山系列、徒步溯溪系列、女装系列、中童系列鞋款。含GORE-TEX内里的超过三十个鞋款,是目前市场上含GORE-TEX鞋款最多的品牌之一。在选材和做工方面都非常精致,在国外享有盛名,2003年开始进入中国市场,现深圳七九八公司为此品牌的中国区代理商。◎边缘户外 版权所有,欢迎转载◎6ZvABglTIa
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Dolomite历史悠久,品质出众,属于中高端品牌,款式繁多,性价比很极高。鞋很直、内楦很宽,鞋背比较高、且后跟部份呈微凸状,增强后跟着地时稳定性。特硬防撞鞋头,鞋帮的高度和鞋形相对同类产品更合理化,设计更科学,较适合亚洲人的脚,而且具有全球化的市场。◎边缘户外 版权所有,欢迎转载◎85zVv8hD59
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