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cara membuat timer pada flash

Timer yang akan kita buat di bawah ini dapat anda gunakan pada sebuah game yang terdapat waktunya. Tutorial di bawah ini hanya memuat bagaimana membuat timernya saja. Jika anda ingin membuat player menang setelah waktu menunjukan 0 misalnya, anda dapat menambahkan sendiri scriptnya. Ada 2 jenis timer yang, bertambah dan timer yang berkurang. Bertambah
1. Buatlah 3 buah dynamic text dengan masing-masing var second, minute, hour
2. Buatlah 2 buah static text dengan masing masing diberi tanda :
3. Tata objek-objek yang ada hingga seperti  _:_:_

4. Klik frame 1 dan tekan F9 pada kotak dialog yang muncul masukkan script berikut
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47fps = 0; detik = 0; menit = 0; jam = 0; onEnterFrame = function(){//menambahkan angka 0 pada second jika detik kurang dari 10if(detik<10){ second = "0"+detik; }else{ second = detik; }//menambahkan angka 0 pada minute jika…

Lab 1.5.3 Installing a Printer and Verifying Operation

Langkah-langkah menginstall printer: Persiapkan printer lengkap(termasuk driver, usb penghubung, kabel powernya) dan komputer atau laptop yang akan diinstal printer.Pastikan semua alat tidak terhubung dengan listrik.Pasangkan kabel usb printer ke printer. Sesuaikan dengan port yang tersedia.Kemudian pasangkan kabel power untuk menghidupkannya.Pasangkan ke komputer / laptop kabel usb yang satunya lagi., untuk menghubungkan komputer / laptop dengan priter tadiHidupkan mesin printer dengan menekan tombol “ON” pada mesin printer. Pastikan komputer atau laptop sudah dalam keadaan hidup sebelumnya.Masukkan CD driver printer dan tunggu loadingnya hingga selesai.Setelah Autorunnya berjalan dengan baik maka akan tampil "Select your Recidence”, pilihlah option Asia karena kita berada di benua Asia.Setelah itu akan muncul “Select the Installation Method and Follow the Instruction on the Screen”, pilihan button/tombol “Easy Install” untuk penggunaan awal.Selanjutnya muncullah tampilan “Driver…

Lab 3.3.6 Determine the IP Address of a Computer

Step 1: Determine the IP address of the computer From the Windows XP desktop, click the Startbutton, and then click Run.In the Run dialog box, type cmdthen click the OKbutton.At the command prompt, type ipconfig /alland press Enter.The ipconfig /allcommand then displays a list of information about your computer’s IP configuration. An example is shown in the following figure. The information displayed for your computer will be different.Locate the IP address and record the finding. Jawaban :IP address my computer is 1.1.29.253Why is it important that a computer get an IP address. Jawaban: Supaya dapat terkoneksi ke internet dan menjadi alamat yang bersifat unik bagi setiap computer. IP address penting sekali dalam proses koneksi dan pengiriman data

Lab 3.5.2 IP Addresses and Network Communication

Step 5: Change IP address for PC2 a. On PC2, go to the Control Panel, double click the Network Connections icon, and then right click the connected Local Area Connection icon. Choose Properties from the pull-down menu. b. Using the scroll bar in the Local Area Connection Properties window, scroll down to highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Click the Properties button. c. Change the logical IP address for PC2 from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.2.2 and leave the subnet mask set to 255.255.255.0. On what network is PC2 now? Jawaban : PC2 is now on the 192.168.2.0 network d. Click OK, which will close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window. Click the Close button to exit the Local Area Connection Properties window. e. Refer back to Step 3c. On what network is PC1? PC1 is still on the 192.168.1.0 network. f. The two PCs are still on the same physical Ethernet network. Are they on the same logical IP network? Jawaban: NO
Step 6: Test network connectivity…

Lab 3.6.4 Connect and Configure Hosts

Step 3: Step 3: Assign the PCs an IP address and default gateway i. Why do you think the IP addresses are different, but the subnet masks and default gateways are the same? Jawaban: Setiap perangkat pada jaringan harus memiliki identifikasi unik. IP alamat adalah salah satu cara unik mengidentifikasi setiap host jaringan atau perangkat. Default gatewaymerupakan cara berkomunikasi dengan perangkat yang TIDAK pada jaringan Anda sendiri Langkah 4: Pastikan konfigurasi alamat IP e. Are the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway correct for the first PC? Jawaban: Ya g. Are the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway correct for the second PC?  Jawaban: Ya
Step 6: Configure the NetBIOS name a. Right-click Start and select the Explore option. b. How many drive letters are shown in the window that appears? Jawaban :Tergantung pada perangkat keras yang diinstal, namun akan ada minimal satu dan paling mungkin dua(Harddisk dan CD / DVD drive) c. Which drive letters are shown? Jawaban : …

Lab 3.6.5 Sharing Resources

Step 2: Map network drives to provide quick and easy access to shared folders g. Double-click the Test Message 2 text document. Add the words Techs rule to the document. From
the File menu and select Save. Question: What message is displayed? Why do you think this happened? Jawaban : Tidak dapat mengakses file ini. Periksa Keistimewaan Keamanan. Pertanyaan kedua adalah pendapat pelajar sendiri
Step 4: Reflection
a. What are some of the benefits of mapped drives and shared folders in a home or small office network? Jawaban : menghidari terinfeksi dari virus dan memudahkan mengingat alamat file kita. b. Which folders cannot be shared? Can you think of reasons why an operating system might not allow
certain types of folders to be shared?
Jawaban : mungkin ada konfigurasi yang salah. c. A mapped drive provides a pointer to a network resource, but mapped drive letters are said to be
locally significant only. What do you think is meant by locally significant?
Jawaban : Maksudnya hanya …

Lab 4.5.3 Building Straight-Through and Crossover UTP Cables

Part A: Build and test an Ethernet straight-through patch cable Step 1: Obtain and prepare the cable a.Determine the length of cable required. This could be from a device such as a computer to the device to which it connects (like a hub or switch) or between a device and an RJ-45 outlet jack. Add at least 30.48 cm (12 in.) to the distance. The TIA/EIA standard states the maximum length is 5 m (16.4 ft.). Standard Ethernet cable lengths are usually .6 m (2 ft.), 1.83 m (6 ft.), or 3.05 m (10 ft.). b.Which length of cable did you choose and why did you choose this length? Jawaban : 6m (2 ft) c. Cut a piece of cable to the desired length. Stranded UTP cable is commonly used for patch cables (the cables between an end network device such as a PC and an RJ-45 connector) because it is more durable when bent repeatedly. It is called stranded because each of the wires within the cable is made up of many strands of fine copper wire, rather than a single solid wire. Solid wire is used for cable run…

Lab 4.5.4 Terminating UTP Cables

Step 1: Strip the sheath
a. Remove the cable sheath 2.54 cm (1 inch) from the end of the cable. Step 2: Position wires in data jack Position wires in the proper channels on the RJ-45 jack maintaining the twists as close to the jack as possible. The diagram that follows shows an example of how to place the wires with one type of jack.
Most jacks have the channels color-coded to indicate where the wires go. The following photo of the jack shows one model. Jacks are typically stamped to indicate whether they are T568A or T568B
Step 3: Punch down the data jack

a. Use the punch tool to push conductors into the channels. Make sure to position the cutting side of the punch tool so that it faces the outside of the jack. If this is not done, it will cut the wire being punched. Try tilting the handle of the punch tool a little to the outside, so it will cut better. b. If any wire remains attached after using the punch tool, simply twist the ends gently to remove them. Then place the clips on the jack…

Lab 6.2.4 Configuring an Email Client

Step 1: Open Microsoft Outlook a. From the Start menu, select All Programs. Locate the Microsoft Office software. b. Select Microsoft Office Outlook as the email program. If your computer does not have the Microsoft Office software, there are many free email software packages available on the Internet. Search the Internet to find a free email client that can be installed on your computer. The following instructions may vary depending on your email client. Step 2: Set up an email account a. When you first start Microsoft Outlook, a screen appears with Email Upgrade Options. You can choose to import email messages or address books from another account. Because this is your first email account, select the Do Not Upgrade button. b. The next screen is the Email Accounts screen where you are asked if you want to configure an email account. Click Yes. c. If Outlook has already been installed and setup for e-mail previously, you can start the Outlook application a…

Lab 4.5.5 Testing UTP Cables

Step 1: Set up the Fluke 620 LAN CableMeter
a. On the Fluke 620 meter, turn the rotary switch selector on the tester to the WIRE MAP position.
b. Press the SETUP button to enter the setup mode and observe the LCD screen on the tester.  Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons until the desired cable type of UTP is selected. Press ENTER to accept that setting and go to the next one. Continue pressing the UP/DOWN arrows and pressing ENTER until the tester is set to the following cabling characteristics.
Tester Option Desired Setting - UTP
CABLE : UTP
WIRING : 10BASE-T OR EIA/TIA 4PR
CATEGORY: CATEGORY 5
WIRE SIZE: AWG 24
CAL TO CABLE? NO
BEEPING: ON or OFF
LCD CONTRAST: From 1 through 10 (brightest)
c. Once the meter is set up, press the SETUP button to exit setup mode. Step 2: Test Cabling Procedure
a. For each cable to be tested use the following procedure. Place one end of the cable into the RJ-45 jack labeled UTP/FTP on the tester. Place the other end of the cable into the RJ-45…

Lab 6.2.1 Observing DNS Name Resolution

Step 1: Observe DNS conversion a. Click the Start button, select Run, type cmd, and then click OK. The command prompt window appears. b. At the command prompt, type ping www.cisco.com. The computer needs to translate www.cisco.com into an IP address so it knows where to send the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) packets. Ping is a type of ICMP packet. c. The first line of the output shows www.cisco.com converted to an IP address by DNS. You should be able to see the effect of DNS even if your school has a firewall that prevents pinging, or if Cisco has prevented people from pinging their web server. d. Which IP address is shown on the screen? Jawaban : 60.254.176.170 e. Is it the same as the one shown in the figure? Why do you think this occurred? Jawaban : Ya.www.cisco.com adalah domain name systemnya sedangkan 60.254.176.170 adalah alamat fisiknya. f. Work together with another student and discuss one or two other instances (besides the ping co…

Lab 6.2.3 Exploring FTP

Step 1: Examine FTP from the command prompt a. Click the Start button, select Run, type cmd on the command line, and then click OK. b. At the prompt, type ftp to start the FTP application. The prompt changes. c. From the ftp prompt, type ? to see a list of the commands that can be used in this mode. d. List three FTP commands. e. At the prompt, type help put to see a short description of the put command. f. What is the purpose of the put command? Jawaban : untuk membantu user jika ada kesalahan yang terjadi g. Use the help command again to get the purpose of the get, send, and recv commands. get, send, recv . NOTE: The original FTP commands were PUT to send a file to an FTP server and GET to download a file from the FTP server. You also had to select ASCII or binary file mode. If you download a binary file in ASCII mode it could end up being corrupted. Some of the newer graphical programs now use send and receive in their place. h. Partner with another student. Using procedures demonstrated in…

Lab 7.2.5 Configuring a Wireless Access Point

Step 1: Verify connectivity between the computer and the multi-function device a. The computer used to configure the AP should be attached to one of the multi-function device’s switch ports. b. On the computer, click the Start button and select Run. Type cmd and click OK or press Enter. c. At the command prompt, ping the multi-function device using the default IP address 192.168.1.1 or the IP that has been configured on the multi-function device’s port. Do not proceed until the ping succeeds. d. Write down the command used to ping the multi-function device. ping 192.168.1.1 (or whatever IP address was used) NOTE: If the ping is not successful, try these troubleshooting steps: Check to make sure the IP address of the computer is on the 192.168.1.0 network. The computer must be on the same network as the multi-function device to be able to ping it. The DHCP service of the multi-function device is enabled by default. If the computer is configured as a DHCP client …