Technical Magic

Technical Magic : Nobody can create a FOLDER any where on the computer which can be named as "CON". 
Nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere
on the computer which can be named as "CON".
This is something pretty cool...and unbelievable. ..
At Microsoft the whole Team, couldn't answer why this happened!

Microsoft crazy facts
This is something pretty cool and neat...and unbelievable. ..
At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates, couldn't answer why this happened!
It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out yourself...
Open Microsoft Word and type
=rand (200, 99)
and then press ENTER

 Its not like this, read below:


There are certain words that have predefined meanings called Reserved

Some of the more common are:
CON - The display monitor
PRN - Default value is LPT1
AUX - Serial port 1 (COM1)


The rand function
The Microsoft Knowledge Base article How to Insert Sample Text into a
Document in Word [212251] explains the use and syntax of the function:

Microsoft Word allows you to quickly insert sample text into a
document. To do this, type =rand() in the document where you want the
text to appear, and then press ENTER.

The inserted text is that hardy perennial: "The quick brown fox jumps
over the lazy dog," which contains every letter in the English

By default, the sample text contains three paragraphs, each
containing five sentences. You can control how many paragraphs and
sentences appear by adding numbers inside the parentheses, for


The first number is the number of paragraphs, and the second the
number of sentences per paragraph. If you omit the second number, you
get five sentences in each paragraph. So, for example:


inserts three, four-sentence paragraphs, while:


inserts ten, five-sentence paragraphs.

The maximum number for either parameter is 200 and may be lower
depending on the number of paragraphs and sentences specified. For
instance, if you specify 200 paragraphs, then the maximum number of
sentences per paragraph you can specify is 99:

=rand(200, 99)

If you specify 200 sentences per paragraph, then the maximum number
of paragraphs you can specify is 99.

Admittedly, this function serves a useful purpose for filling a page
when you're designing a template and want to see how it will look
with text in it. It's also easy to see how users can be alarmed and
fear this is a virus when someone suggests they try "=rand(200,99),"
which quickly blows up into a giant document! (Incidentally, part of
the instructions in some versions is to "Make sure there is a space
between = and rand and a space between rand and (200,99)." This
actually makes no difference: the function works equally well with
and without spaces.)

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