Solve the ridddle and take away prizes

Aug 9, 2009



This is the first ever giveaway from askRitesh.blogspot.com, Today I have done a lot of changes to my blog I hope you guys like the Template Re-designed by me. Today I am really glad to announce the first ever Give-away, by answering below tech riddle you can won the a-squared Anti-Malware 4.5 paid version from EmiSoft as First prize worth US $40.and a HTML-CSS flash based Tutorial CD as 2nd prize from Indus Net academy worth Rs. 299.00. All you have to do is to answer the following Question-



Quest: What is the use of SCROLL LOCK Key present on the Key Board?

Rules:
  • Leave a comment here indicating your name and email id, email id used should be one with which you are going to subscribe (So that we can know who are competing).
  • Send in your answers at ritesh.kawadkar@gmail.com with contest01_09 as the subject
  • Subscribe us to get all news related to contest
  • The best 2 answer will win 1st and 2nd prize
The best answer will win*

Contest closes on 9th August 2009


Comments are closed now!

Results Announced!
Only 1 contestant was able to answer the question right and also has followed all the rules, therefore only first prize is given to Gayatri Sinha she was awarded a squared malware license

8 comments:

Vasu Jain said...

Hi Ritesh,
Scroll Lock key when On allows scrolling of screen text up, down using the arrow keys.
Although i haven't used it since years and its not even present on my lappy too...

anish aryan said...

Microsoft Excel is a good example of a software program that uses this key. If scroll lock is enabled on the keyboard when you press any of the arrow keys the screen will move in that direction but the selected cell will not change. However, if scroll lock is not enabled you will be able to navigate through each of the cells using the arrow keys.

Ritesh Kawadkar said...

Only 7 more days left hurry-up guys

Shahnawaz said...

Scroll lock as the name suggests was developed by IBM to lock all kinds of scrolling techniques.Its of no use these days

Anonymous said...

In Linux virtual consoles, the scroll lock key is used to pause screen output. This behavior emulates the Hold Screen key or similar flow control mechanisms on computer terminals. Because of this emulation, the term scroll lock is sometimes used to generically refer to a screen pausing behavior. This usage could potentially cause confusion since screen pausing behavior is not intrinsically a part of the scroll lock key. In DOS, the Pause key pauses the screen output .
apart from this its other uses are to scroll the contents of text window without the use of curser

Ritesh Kawadkar said...

^^ It would be better Anonymous if you submit your answer with your name and email id

Ritesh Kawadkar said...

Just 4 more days left to submit your answers

Anonymous said...

Name: Gayatri Sinha
Email ID: gayatrisinha09@gmail.com

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