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I found a very good video explaining how computers use the basic transistor component to do multiplication. I'm currently working on a project for college that requires something along these lines. Figured I'd share it since it was such a good video.
I took in a few of these suggestions, and did a little reading. From what I've seen people are saying that using system(anything) uses more resources then just getting it done more pure, so I took a while to find some ways to replace using my system functions, along with adding a remove user function and came up with this.
Next up is how to use php to execute a batch file on my system. I wrote a small batch that essentially executes another program for FastDL sync (as gmod caps DL at 20kb/s) but this program can take a while to complete compressing and copying files. Does something like system("C:\program.bat") work? This particular program requires me to press enter when it is finished, is there a way I could get a program to do this for me? And would the program have to hold up the entire PHP while it takes its 10+ minutes to complete? Any ways around this if it is the case? I feel like all the things I'm trying to do have horri