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Lua is a programming language commonly used to extend, or add functionality, to software applications. It uses simple syntax (similar to C), allowing it to work with a number of other languages. Lua has a wide array of uses, but it is commonly used as an extension language for web applications and video games.
Lua is a scripting language, since the code can be parsed and run on-the-fly by an interpreter. However, like Python Lua code can also be compiled into an executable binary file. Pre-compiling a Lua script with the luac compiler can improve performance, so Lua code is often compiled when it is embedded in an existing program.
While Lua is a designed to be simple and portable, it is also a highly capable language. Lua supports a wide variety of data types, including strings, floating point numbers, and arrays. It also includes many different operators for performing calculations, comparisons, and logic operations. Lua also supports functions, loops, and if-then statements. The language even includes garbage collection for automatic memory management.
Since Lua is relatively lightweight – meaning it does not use more system resources than necessary – it is an ideal language for performing basic tasks. For example, a programmer may code a video game in C , but use Lua to manage the characters and objects within the game. The simplicity of Lua can make it easier to code individual aspects of a program without the overhead other languages require.
File extension: .LUA
A driver, or device driver, is a software program that enables a specific hardware device to work with a computers operating system. Drivers may be required for internal components, such as video cards and optical media drives, as well as external peripherals, such as printers and monitors.
Most modern hardware is plug and play, meaning the devices will work without requiring driver installation. However, even if a hardware device is recognized by the operating system, installing the correct drivers may provide additional options and functionality for the device. For example, most mice work automatically when they are connected to a PC. However, installing the appropriate mouse driver may allow you to customize the function of each button and adjust the mouse sensitivity. Some keyboard drivers allow you to assign functions to specific keys, such as controlling the volume or opening specific applications.
There are several different ways to install drivers. For some devices, such as printers, the operating system may automatically find and install the correct drivers when the device is connected. In other cases, drivers can be installed from a CD or DVD provided with the hardware. If no disc is available, you can typically download the latest drivers from the manufacturers website from either the Support or Downloads section. Most downloadable drivers include an installer that automatically installs the necessary files when you open the downloaded file.
File extensions: .DRV, .DLL, .SYS, .KEXT
Digital information is stored using a series of ones and zeros. Computers are digital machines because they can only read information as on or off -- 1 or 0. This method of computation, also known as the binary system, may seem rather simplistic, but can be used to represent incredible amounts of data. CDs and DVDs can be used to store and play back high-quality sound and video even though they consist entirely of ones and zeros.
Unlike computers, humans perceive information in analog. We capture auditory and visual signals as a continuous stream. Digital devices, on the other hand, estimate this information using ones and zeros. The rate of this estimation, called the sampling rate, combined with how much information is included in each sample (the bit depth), determines how accurate the digital estimation is.
For example, a typical CD audio track is sampled at 44.1 KHz (44,100 samples per second) with a bit depth of 16 bits. This provides a high-quality estimation of an analog audio signal that sounds realistic the human ear. However, a higher-quality audio format, such as a DVD-Audio disc, may be sampled at 96 KHz and have a bit depth of 24 bits. The same song played on both discs will sound more smooth and dynamic on the DVD-Audio disc.
Since digital information only estimates analog data, an analog signal is actually more accurate than a digital signal. However, computers only work with digital information, so storing data digitally makes more sense. Unlike analog data, digital information can also be copied, edited, and moved without losing any quality. Because of the benefits digital information offers, it has become the most common way of storing and reading data.
For more information on analog and digital technology, view the Help Center article.
Short for Digital Camera Images. DCIM is the standard name of the root folder digital cameras use to store digital photos. Therefore, when you connect a digital camera to your computer, the disk that appears on your desktop (Mac) or in My Computer (Windows) will most likely have a folder named DCIM inside it.
The DCIM directory is part of the DCF (Design Rule for Camera File System) developed by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association). This file system was originally established in December 1998 and has since become the standard file system used by all digital cameras. Therefore, whenever you connect a digital camera or smartphone to your PC, your computer will look for the DCIM folder. Similarly, if you insert a memory card into a card reader connected to your computer, it will scan the memory card for a folder named DCIM.
The DCIM folder provides a standard way for computers to recognize and import images from connected devices. For example, if your computer finds a DCIM folder on a memory card, it may automatically open your default image organization program or image importing utility. This allows all types of computers to find and import images from cameras made by different manufacturers.
While most computers include software that can automatically import all images from the DCIM folder, you can also manually browse through the images stored within the DCIM directory. However, you may have to browse through multiple subdirectories to find all the images. Additionally, your camera may save thumbnail images along with the full size images. By using a program or utility that imports digital photos, you can make sure to import all the full size images from the DCIM folder to your computer correctly.