Stock keeping unit

Stock keeping unit

When a business takes an inventory, it counts the quantity of each stock keeping unit. SKU can also refer to a unique identifier or code that refers to the particular stock keeping unit.

Universal Product Code

The Universal Product Code (UPC) is a barcode symbology (i.e., a specific type of barcode) that is widely used in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and in other countries for tracking trade items in stores.

Packaging and labeling

Packaging is the technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use.

Price look-up code

Price look-up codes, commonly called PLU codes, PLU numbers, PLUs, produce codes, or produce labels, are identification numbers affixed to produce in grocery stores and supermarkets to make check-out and inventory control easier, faster, and more accurate. 

Do you know

1. What is the name of Encyclopedia stared by Google ?
Answer : Knol

2. Who is the Father of super computer ?
Answer : Seymour Cray

3. Who is the father of Indian Super Computer ?
Answer : Vijay Bhatkar

4. Which is the India's First Super Computer ?
Answer : PARAM 8000

5. Which is worlds Fastest super Computer ?
Answer : Tianhe 2

6. What is the full form of CAD ?
Answer : Computer Aided Design

7. Who is the first computer programmer ?
Answer : Ada Lovelace

8. How many ways you can save a document?
Answer : 3

9. Who wrote the book Business @ the speed of thought ?
Answer : Bill Gates

10. Who is the Father of Cellular Phone ?
Answer : Martin cooper

RTO Vehicle Starting Number List

தமிழ்நாட்டின் போக்குவரத்திற்கு உண்டான பதிவு தொடர் எண்கள்....

TN-01 சென்னை மத்தி (அயனாவரம்)
TN-02 சென்னை மேற்கு (அண்ணா நகர்)
TN-03 சென்னை வட கிழக்கு (தண்டயார்பேட்டை)
TN-04 சென்னை கிழக்கு (பேசின் பிரிட்ஜ்)
TN-05 சென்னை வடக்கு (வியாசர்பாடி)
TN-06 சென்னை தென் கிழக்கு (மந்தவெளி)
TN-07 சென்னை தென் (திருவான்மியூர்)
TN-09 சென்னை மேற்கு (கே.கே. நகர் )
TN-10 சென்னை தென் மேற்கு (வளசரவாக்கம்)
TN-11 தாம்பரம்
TN-16 திண்டிவனம்
TN-18 செங்குன்றம்
TN-19 செங்கல்பட்டு
TN-20 திருவள்ளூர்
TN-21 காஞ்சிபுரம்
TN-22 மீனம்பாக்கம்
TN-23 வேலூர்
TN-24 கிருஷ்ணகிரி
TN-25 திருவண்ணாமலை
TN-28 நாமக்கல்
TN-29 தர்மபுரி
TN-30 சேலம் (மேற்கு)
TN-31 கடலூர்
TN-32 விழுப்புரம்
TN-33 ஈரோடு
TN-34 திருசெங்கோடு
TN-36 கோபிசெட்டிபாளையம்
TN-37 கோயம்புத்தூர் (தெற்கு)
TN-38 கோயம்புத்தூர் (வடக்கு)
TN-39 திருப்பூர் (வடக்கு)
TN-40 மேட்டுபாளையம்
TN-41 பொள்ளாச்சி
TN-42 திருப்பூர் (தெற்கு)
TN-43 உதகமண்டலம்
TN-45 திருச்சிராப்பள்ளி
TN-46 பெரம்பலூர்
TN-47 கரூர்
TN-48 ஸ்ரீரங்கம்
TN-49 தஞ்சாவூர்
TN-50 திருவாரூர்
TN-51 நாகப்பட்டினம்
TN-52 சங்ககிரி
TN-54 சேலம் (கிழக்கு)
TN-55 புதுகோட்டை
TN-56 பெருந்துறை
TN-57 திண்டுக்கல்
TN-58 மதுரை (தெற்கு)
TN-59 மதுரை (வடக்கு)
TN-60 தேனீ
TN-61 அரியலூர்
TN-63 சிவகங்கை
TN-64 மதுரை (மத்திl)
TN-65 ராமநாதபுரம்
TN-66 கோயம்புத்தூர் (மத்தி)
TN-67 விருதுநகர்
TN-68 கும்பகோணம்
TN-69 தூத்துக்குடி
TN-70 ஓசூர்
TN-72 திருநெல்வேலி
TN-73 ராணிபேட்
TN-74 நாகர்கோயில்
TN-75 மார்த்தாண்டம்
TN-76 தென்காசி
TN-77 ஆத்தூர்
TN-78 தாராபுரம்

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மேல இருக்கும் எண்களில் சில எண்கள் விடுபட்டுள்ளன, உதாரணம் 08, 17, 26, 35, 44, 53, 62, 71, 80... ஏன் என்றால் அவையின் கூட்டுத்தொகை 8.. வாகனங்களை பொருத்தவரை அவைகள் துரதிர்ஷ்டமாக கருத படுகிறது. 8 என்பது சனி பகவானின் எண்ணாக குறிப்பிடபடுகிறது. அதனால் தான் வாகன எண்ணின் கூட்டுத்தொகை எட்டு வந்தாலும் சிலர் வாங்க மறுகின்றனர்...ஆனால் நம் முன்னோர்கள் வகுத்தது வேறு ஏதாவது காரணமாக கூட இருக்கலாம்.. உங்களுக்கு வேறு காரணம் தெரிந்தால் கூறுங்கள்... உண்மையை அறியப்பெருவோம்

Solar System Portrait Earth as 'Pale Blue Dot'

அங்கு புள்ளியாக தெரிவது தான் "பூமி".

6 பில்லியன்(6,000,000,000) கிமீ தொலைவில் இருந்து எடுக்கப்பட்ட புகைப்படம்! அமெரிக்கா அனுப்பிய வாயேஜர் எனும் விண்கலம் இப்புகைப்படத்தை எடுத்தது!

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Differences Between Access 2003 and Access 2007

Differences Between Access 2003 and Access 2007

Access 2007 introduced major new functionality in both the engine and the interface. Seasoned developers discovered new things are possible, and casual users found more things within their grasp.
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Hard work never fails

Hard work never fails Proven

Divyadarshini- Well known as A VJ in Vijay TV! She holds a university 6th rank in her Masters degree. She is a professor in a college. She is well versed in languages like Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, English and French. She lost her father at a young age and hence went to work. She made her younger brother a pilot from her hard earned money.

There are million tears behind every Smile! Hard work never fails! Massive Respect to her!!!

Maximum RAM Amount that Your OS Supports

Maximum RAM Amount that Your Operating System Supports:

Windows 8 64 bit Enterprise,
Professional : 512 GB
Windows 8 64 bit :128 GB
Windows 8 32 bit : 4 GB
Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate, Enterprise & Professional :192 GB
Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium:16 GB
Windows 7 64 bit Home Basic : 8 GB
Windows 7 32 bit (all editions except Starter) :4 GB
Windows 7 32 bit Starter :: 2 GB
Windows Vista 64 bit Ultimate, Enterprise & Business: 128 GB
Windows Vista 64 bit Home Premium:16 GB
Windows Vista 64 bit Home Basic : 8 GB
Windows Vista 32 bit (all editions except Starter) : 4 GB
Windows 7 32 bit Starter :1 GB
Windows XP 64 bit : 128 GB
Windows XP 32 bit : 4 GB
Mac OS X 64 bit :96 GB
Linux 64 bit :1 TB
Linux 32 bit ::4 GB Linux 32 bit (with PAE) :64 GB

Learn Adobe PhotoShop CS6

Adobe Photoshop CS6

Ready to take your Photoshop skills to the next level? Dive in with award-winning software trainer, artist, and designer Geoff Blake; he will teach you how to take your Photoshop skills to the max. First, he'll introduce the new Photoshop CS6 interface and show you how to make it your own. Then, you'll learn techniques for handling files and working efficiently in the Photoshop environment. Following this, you'll see how to create accurate selections, work with layers, and use masks and alpha channels. Next, jump into photo retouching and color correction, where you'll be introduced to some new productivity methods in Photoshop CS6. Finally, discover how to apply special effects to your images, both destructively and non-destructively. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Course Overview


Getting Started with Photoshop

Understanding Raster Graphics

A Look at the New Darkened Interface

Touring the Redesigned Interface

Photoshop Toolbox

Photoshop Palettes

Additional Palette Options

Setting Photoshop Preferences

Navigating & Working with Files

Customizing the Interface

Exploring & Saving Workspaces

Creating New Blank Documents

Opening Files

Handling Multiple Files

Zooming In & Out

Navigation & Zooming Techniques

Getting Around with the Navigator

Additional Navigation Techniques

Photoshop Screen Modes

Photoshop Productivity Techniques

Undoing Steps with History

Additional History Options

Reverting Files

Using New Auto-Save & Auto-Recovery

Saving & Understanding File Formats

Finding Files with Mini Bridge

Resizing & Cropping Images

Getting Started

Touring the Image Size Dialog

Understanding PPI / DPI / LPI

Using the Image Size Dialog

Understanding Resampling pt. 1

Understanding Resampling pt. 2

Resizing without Resampling

Resizing Using Resampling

Traditional Cropping

New Crop Features pt. 1

New Crop Features pt. 2

Resizing the Canvas

Working with Selections

Getting Started with Selections

Creating Elliptical Selections

Moving & Floating Selections

Transforming Selections

Creating Selections with the Magic Wand

Using the Free Transform Command

Using the Polygonal Selection Tool

Combining Selection Tools

Using the Magnetic Lasso Tool

Using the Quick Selection Tool

Working with Layers

A Tour of the Layers Panel

Pulling Objects from Backgrounds pt. 1

Pulling Objects from Backgrounds pt. 2

Combining Images

New Layers & Filling Selections

Working with Smart Objects

Introducing Layer Styles

Additional Layer Style Effects

Blending Modes & Opacity

Organizing Layers with Layer Groups

Additional Layer Techniques

Creating & Formatting Text

Using Paragraph Text

Using Photoshops New Text Styles

Filtering Layers by Type

Photoshop Masking Techniques

Creating Selections with Color Range

A First Look at Quick Mask Mode

Understanding Quick Mask Mode

Quick Mask Mode Techniques

Saving & Reloading Selections

Editing Alpha Channels

Introducing Layer Masks

Another Method for Initiating a Mask

Techniques for Faster Masking

Enabling / Disabling / Unlinking Masks

Creating Clipping Groups

Photo Retouching

Removing Red Eye

Using the Clone Stamp Tool

Using the New Content-Aware Patch Tool

Color Correcting Photos

Understanding Color Modes

How RGB & CMYK Work

Understanding Black Point & White Point

Using the Auto Correction

Getting Started with Brightness/Contrast

Using Hue/Saturation

Understanding Histograms

Correcting with Levels

Introducing Curves

Non-Destructive Correcting

New Auto Correct Options in CS6

Filters & Effects

Getting Started with Filters

Working with the Filter Gallery

Using Filters Non-Destructively

Tilt-Shift Effects & Lens Blur


Course Wrap Up


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PAN explained

PAN explained.......

PAN is a 10 digit alpha numeric number, where the first 5 characters are letters, the next 4 numbers

and the last one a letter again. These 10 characters can be divided in five parts as can be seen below.

The meaning of each number has been explained further.
1. First three characters are alphabetic series running from AAA to ZZZ
2. Fourth character of PAN represents the status of the PAN holder.
• C — Company
• P — Person
• H — HUF(Hindu Undivided Family)
• F — Firm
• A — Association of Persons (AOP)
• T — AOP (Trust)
• B — Body of Individuals (BOI)
• L — Local Authority
• J — Artificial Juridical Person
• G — Government
3. Fifth character represents first character of the PAN holder’s last name/surname.
4. Next four characters are sequential number running from 0001 to 9999.
5. Last character in the PAN is an alphabetic check digit.
Nowadays, the DOI (Date of Issue) of PAN card is mentioned at the right (vertical) hand side of the

photo on the PAN card. .........!

C Program Header Files

C Program Header Files.. ..

1.  <stdio.h>: input and output function in program.

2.  <conio.h>: to clear screen and pause information function.

3.  <ctype.h>: function for testing characters

4.  <string.h>: function for manipulating string

5.  <math.h>: mathematical function

6.  <stdlib.h>: utility function for number, conversion, storage allocation

7.  <assert.h>: function that can be used to add diagnostics to a program

8.  <stdarg.h>: function that can be used to step through a list of function arguments

9.   <setjmp.h>: function that can be used to avoid the normal call and return sequence

10. <signal.h>: function for handling exceptional condition that may arise in a program

11. <time.h>: function for manipulating date and time

12. <limits.h>: constant definitions for the size of C data types

13. <float.h>: definitions relating to floating-point arithmetic




Wireless power or wireless energy transmission is the transmission of electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load without man-made conductors. Wireless transmission is useful in cases where interconnecting wires are inconvenient, hazardous, or impossible.

Father of Java Programming

Father of Java Programming

James Gosling

James Gosling

Android V5 LimePie

Android v5-LimePie

Android Lime pie is the most eagerly awaited version in the android OS. Ever since the launch of version 4-the jellybean, it was rumored that a more powerful and advanced version is on its way. However the exact launch date of this Lime Pie is not yet officially declared.

Expected Features of Lime Pie

*. Some sources said in February that Google is now working on Linux 3.8 Kernel, which was expected to be for Lime Pie. If they were doing so, Android Lime Pie would be gifted with lower RAM usage and hence good speed and multitasking.

*. Babble, the cross platform messaging by Google, now known as Google Hangouts-will be a part of Lime Pie

*. Android Police found one Google Glass App , MyGlass, which could integrate Google Glass with Android Smartphone.

*. On top of all, a huge change is expected in Android’s User Interface as it may move from a brighter one like Gingerbread. The brighter UI was replaced by a dark one first in Ice Cream Sandwich.

Video Game Inventor

Founder of Video Games


Ralph H. Baer - Founder of Video Games

Silver goods small industries silver merchants

Jewelry -Silver Goods Maintain
->Software Specially designed for Small Industries Silver Merchants
-> Silver Purity Goods
-> Tunch & wastage calculation
->LRB Roll (Big,Nice...)
->Daily,Monthly,Yearly Billing
->Parcel Amount and Total Billing Calcualtion
-> More features