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TASM 64-Bit (Works in Full screen mode in Windows 10)

TASM(Turbo Assembler by Borland) Version 5.0 doesn’t work directly on a 64-bit Windows OS. You will have to install DOS Box on your system and then mount Drive E to work like it does on a 32-bit OS running system. But following all that is a time-waste for most of you still can’t work in full-screen mode, so the file I provide here will let you do that in just 1 step install and you can also get the full screen version going on your system.



This Tasm 64-Bit works well with the following 64-bit Operating Systems:

  • Windows 8 Pro 64-bit
  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Windows Vista 64-bit
  • Windows XP 64-bit

 

Download the setup file and install it, then run the program through the shortcut to start coding.

If you want to install  the normal 32-bit version of TASM 5.0  in the traditional way then, it can be done from here.

If you have any queries related to this then please feel free to ask in the comment section below.

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Create a robots.txt file for your Site or Blog

Creating a robots.txt file for your site is very easy, even for beginners. You don’t have to know anything about Search Engine Optimization(S.E.O) to do this. Setting your own robots.txt file lets you communicate with the search engine bots on the Internet that crawl your site for fresh content regularly. This is how my robots.txt file looks like:

You can copy the text above, paste in your file text file and name it as robots.txt and then upload it to the root directory of your server(The directory where you have index.php or index.html files of your Site). You can also download this file and edit the existing sitemap URL with yours and  upload it directly to your root folder. The robots.txt of anysite is available directly and can be copied but I advice you to do it on your own cause it won’t take much of your time.

Understanding the commands

Allow /
As the name itself suggests, this command allows the bots to crawl the particular sub-directory of your Site if mentioned.

Disallow:
/feed

This command blocks the bots from crawling the “feed” sub-directory of your Site.

Sitemap: http://www.collegestash.com/sitemap.xml
This command allows the search engine bots to crawl your site through your sitemap, given explicitly in the command.

# This is a comment, i.e., the text after this symbol on the same line will not be read by the bot.
This # symbol is used for single line comments, and any text following it is a comment in the robots.txt file.

 What is a robots.txt file

The robots.txt file is used to tell the search engines which part of your site they should be crawling and which part they shouldn’t crawl. For privacy and security related issues people would like to exclude few areas of their website or blog from the search engines because they don’t want their private data to be indexed in a popular search engine like Google, so that everyone can access it. The search engines all over the Internet use bots to crawl the web and index new content onto their databases. This robots.txt file is useful in communicating directly with the bots or crawlers of the search engines.

Advantages of having your own robots.txt file

It is a good technique in S.E.O. to have a robots.txt file for your site as it helps you in blocking the search engine crawlers where you don’t want to have them. To grab the robots.txt file of any site just use this line in your address bar http://www.sitename.com/robots.txt ( For Example: https://www.facebook.com/robots.txt ).

If you have any problems regarding this, then please feel free to mention them in the comments section below.