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Because while computers may present a binary interface and be built with "digital" components, "binary" or "digital" is merely an interpretation of the underlying analog world. There's no such thing as 0 and 1 when you look at the actual values (such as voltages on a wire); instead, it might vary anywhere between 0 and 5, with a digital "0" meaning "less ...


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Create a duplicate row under the first one and add the formula =CONCATENATE("(",B1,")") It will add the parenthesis on the value of B1 or second method to go pro, with the condition of one column with parenthesis one not go with: =IF((MOD(COLUMN(),2)),CONCATENATE("(",B1,")"),B1)


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As a workaround delete the offending caption, then copy and paste another, working, caption into its place. The pasted caption should retain the numbering scheme and correctly display as 6.2. If that doesn't work, try deleting the table and retyping it. Make sure you delete all hidden text and paragraph markers between the text and the table. Something ...


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If a filesystem has been mounted read-only, chmod will not help as it has a write operation as well. In that case, Try remounting it read-write: sudo mount -o remount,rw '/media/USB' If the device has a write lock, we need to turn it off. Hardware locks cannot be disabled by software. For NTFS based FS, ensure to use the ntfs-3g driver which should be ...


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That partition is the first partition of the first hard disk and contains the bootloader. Even though you installed Windows in another partition, it was used by Windows to store boot data (just like the System Reserved partition). Of course, you can boot a live Linux USB or CD with GParted and format the drive, but this will make your Windows non bootable. ...



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