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What's the difference between the "Payables Open Interface Import" Program and the "Payables Invoice Import" program?

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When are Hall Tickets Issued for Group I prelims on July 25? Do they send hall tickets by post or should we download from a website?

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Imagine that u r driving a car from mysore to bangalore at a speed of 75mph.car no is KA-19 DB1955. distance between bangalore and mysore is 250 Km..... Now tell me wat s the date of birth of the driver............

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WHAT IS LOAD CELL

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Is a contactor (or master relay) required between incoming lines and a VFD? The question goes to safety. If a contactor were used before the VFD and an e-stop engaged then the motor will coast to a stop (i.e. VFD loses power) instead of stopping much faster if the VFD braking fucntion were used. It would make more sense to keep power on the VFD.

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A PLC is programmed to drive three motors A, B and C as follows : After running motor A for an hour, motor B should get ON and motor A should get OFF. And after running motor B for an hour, motor C should get ON and motor B should get OFF. And after running motor C for an hour, motor A should get ON and motor C should get OFF. (That is, a cyclic repetition with time period one hour) Now, the second condition is: If any motor gone faulty and is tripped, the consecutive motor should get ON and the faulty (tripped) motor should be eliminated from cyclic repetition. The remaining two motors should bear the cyclic repetition of one hour each. (For healthy motor take logic as high and for tripped motor take logic as low) Now, the third condition is: When motor A load(Amps) exceeds 60% of its rated load, motor B should get ON in parallel to motor A. And when both motors A & B are running in parallel, and if their load exceeds 60% of their rated load, motor C should also start in parallel to A & B. [Here the cyclic repetition is eliminated, until their loads become normal(40%)] [Take logic high(1) for load at 60% and logic low(0) for load at 40%] Now draw a flow chart or a ladder diagram to fulfill the above condition.

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How to extract DNA from semen (sperm)?

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Could you please advice me regarding various mails pattern in various scanarios

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Is the Variant type slower than using other variable types?

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50 acre of land to be reclaimed for an average height of 2.5 mt. Dredging area is 500mx200m size. what is the dredging depth required to reclaim the area?

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c program which behaves like a shell(command interpreter). it has its own prompt say "NewShell$".any normal shell command is executed from your shell by starting a child process to execute a system program corrosponding to the command

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Hi I want to test regarding cookies.. Session should be good for 4 hours and once expired user is returned to login page.. How can i test the session is good for 4 hrs?? Whether i need wait for 4 hours?

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There are n numbers of flatfile of exactly same format are placed in a folder.Can we load these flatfile's data one by one to a single relational table by a single session??

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any book or article on pumped concrete.

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WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASICAL AND EXTENDEND WITHHOLDING TAXES

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I want to learn how to read and understand different terms of Letter of Credit to correctly in order to preform Letter of Credit issued against my company by my client. Please let me know where I could find out the point wise definition/explanation of each article. Thanks

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ESTIMATED BALANCE SHEET & PROJECTED BALANCE SHHET

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Write a pascal program to calculate the sum of the first 100 even number and odd number

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how to work MIL contol valve posistioner ?

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