This subchapter looks at arp, a UNIX (and Linux) command.
arp is used to display and modify the Internet-to-Ethernet address translation tables.
Use the -a option to display all of the current ARP entries. Useful in conjunction with ifconfig and route.
$ arp -a ? (192.168.0.1) at 0:11:95:75:8:86 on en1 [ethernet] ? (192.168.0.106) at 0:d:60:d2:55:3f on en1 [ethernet] ? (192.168.0.255) at ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff on en1 [ethernet] $
free music player coding example
Coding example: I am making heavily documented and explained open source code for a method to play music for free almost any song, no subscription fees, no download costs, no advertisements, all completely legal. This is done by building a front-end to YouTube (which checks the copyright permissions for you).
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