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HomeBrew -- Missing Package Manager for Mac OS

HomeBrew is a custom package manager for Mac OS.

This will help to install some of the packages available in GITHUB and other opensource forums.

If you go through my previous blog on ./jq, HB is required to install ./jq.

Refer to the instructions on HomeBrew on the url below. Let me know if you need any help on this further.

Happy Learning.
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./jq command line JSON processor

./jq can be accessed and downloaded from the link below.
you can try it on
JQ is a command line JSON processor. JQ is like sed or awk which can be used to slice or filter or map or transform JSON data. JQ is written in C and does not have any dependencies.
So whats stopping you to start with it. Go and try your luck......

The Year 1970........

The Year 1970.....

This was one of the fabulous years in the history of Computers when one of the best inventions of Computers took place,

1. RDBMS by EF Codd
2. C by Dennis Ritchie

C was first implemented by Dennis Ritchie on a DEC PDP-11 running on Unix OS. C was the result of an older Language BCPL developed by Martin Richards and later took a transformation and led to the birth of language B by Ken Thompson inturn leading to development of C by Dennis.

The first book on C was released by Prentice-Hall in 1978 by Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie with the name The C Programming Language.

C was finally standardized in December 1989 when ANSI adopted the standard for C and was know as programmers language designed by and for programmers.

This transformation in the field of Programing languages started with language BASIC, COBOL and then to FORTRAN and to more structured programming language PASCAL.

All this transformation led to the creation of C++ which is a direct descendent of C and then C+…