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It allows to create a Key Macro and use it with the Indasy USB Bootable application. It is based on the simple idea that it can be very handy to have a machine at hand that does not require any additional computer to be executed but can generate a Windows installation disc and boot into Windows whenever it is needed.
In the Indasy USB Bootable user guide, you will learn about the main keys of the application to make your life easier.
Indeed, the idea of having a bootable USB device that will always be at hand and serve as an USB installation disc in the most simplest form of the process is definitely one that could save you a lot of time and money. For example, if you think of the fact that you are traveling abroad, you can turn to the use of an USB installation device and boot into a Windows installation source whenever you have a situation to do so, thus skipping the hassle of having to rent a computer or purchase an optical drive.
For these reasons, the use of Indasy USB Bootable has become more and more popular and is used for several purposes: not only with Windows 10 installation but also to create bootable USB installation media for some additional operating systems such as Ubuntu or various flavors of Linux Mint as well as Windows Server and Windows 10 OS.
However, it does not require any professional or expert skills, and it can be managed easily and quickly with the help of the following main keys.
1 – BACKGROUND MODE
This is the main key of the Indasy USB Bootable application. It is the initial state of the application, and it can be resetted whenever you want it.
When activated, it displays the main window in which you can manage the various functionalities of the application. The main window displays all the main functions of the application.
In addition, this window displays the main settings, the backup options, the main window, the user guide, the recent files list, the option to manage the key macro, the import option, and the option to restore the backup.
2 – BACKUP
Here, you can easily create a backup of the current configuration of the application.
Indeed, with Indasy USB Bootable, you can have an installation USB drive on your hands that can boot into Windows from any computer.
To do this, all you have to do is to turn to the backup section of the application.
You will see the main window in which you can set the name of the backup file and the location of where it 384a16bd22
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Grammar Editor is a handy Java tool specially designed for the students learning about context-free grammars. It computes parse trees based on a grammar you define: Just type the grammar into the « Grammar: » area, type the sentence you want to parse into the « Text: » field, and then click the « Parse » button. The program computes and displays the parse tree for the text.
There is a useful « Help » button in the toolbar, which allows you to access a comprehensive help file. The Grammar Editor is a part of the CASA package (Context-Free Systems and Algorithms), developed at the University of Reading and you can find more information about this on the CASA site:
A very simple, intuitive and versatile context-free grammar editor. A description of the grammars is given in a standard text file (or in the program itself). The sentences in the text are converted into CFGs.
Complete syntax checking:
If you type something into the « Text » box, the program checks whether your sentence is correct or not. If it’s not, it tells you which mistakes you have made, either in the grammar or in the sentence.
Parse tree diagramming:
If you type something into the « Text » box, the program computes a parse tree for your sentence, using the grammar. You can see the parse tree and edit it as usual. If you click on a node, you can view information about it. For example, you can view the input symbol, the parent node and the label of the node.
The program displays three different parse trees in three different windows:
The first window displays a parse tree of the whole sentence you have typed into the text field. If you click on a node in the parse tree, you can view information about that node.
The second window displays a parse tree of the sentence you have typed. If you click on a node in the parse tree, you can view information about that node.
The third window displays a parse tree of the input symbols in the sentence you have typed into the text field. If you click on a node in the parse tree, you can view information about that node.
User-defined grammar extensions: