PTCL Broadband Rocks!

Goodnews for PTCL broadband subscribers recently PTCL doubled speed on all packages now I’m enjoying 1mbps speed just for 850. The best thing of  PTCL broadband is they have telented tech support dept even if you call them in late night they will entertain you. PTCL broadband is much better than other servive providers if we talk about price. PTCL prices are reasonable 🙂

Here are some suggestion for PTCL

  • Kindly launch LAN (for LAN gaming)
  • Try to upgrade Infrastructure 
  • launch more attractive packages like fixed phone bills
  • hmm that’s it 🙂

Programing Languages as a Car

C is a racing car that goes incredibly fast but breaks down every fifty miles.

C++ is a souped-up racing car with dozens of extra features that only breaks down every 250 miles, but when it does, nobody can figure out what went wrong.

Java is a family station wagon. It’s easy to drive, it’s not too fast, and you can’t hurt yourself.

C# is a competing model of family station wagons. Once you use this, you’re never allowed to use the competitors’ products again.

Lisp looks like a car, but with enough tweaking you can turn it into a pretty effective airplane or submarine.

Perl is supposed to be a pretty cool car, but the driver’s manual is incomprehensible. Also, even if you can figure out how to drive a perl car, you won’t be able to drive anyone else’s.

Python is a great beginner’s car; you can drive it without a license. Unless you want to drive really fast or on really treacherous terrain, you may never need another car.

Ruby is a car that was formed when the Perl, Python and Smalltalk cars were involved in a three-way collision. A Japanese mechanic found the pieces and put together a car which many people think was better than the sum of the parts.

Fortran is a pretty primitive car; it’ll go very quickly as long as you are only going along roads that are perfectly straight. It is believed that learning to drive a Fortran car makes it impossible to learn to drive any other model.

Cobol is reputed to be a car, but no self-respecting driver will ever admit having driven one.

Assembly Language is a bare engine; you have to build the car yourself and manually supply it with gas while it’s running, but if you’re careful it can go like a bat out of hell.