How to Delete Buffers in VIM?

Answer The Vim command-line text editor for Linux and Unix uses buffers to keep the text of a file in memory. Every time a file is opened, a buffer is created. This allows you to edit a file without chang... Read More »

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How to Delete the Upper & Lower Buffers in Windows Vista?

If your Vista computer has stopped reading CDs and DVDs properly, it may be due to a registry issue. This issue can be resolved by deleting specific registry keys, called the "UpperBuffer" and "Low... Read More »

How Are Buffers Used?

A buffer is a solution that resists changes in pH. Buffers are vital to maintain a stable pH during biochemical experiments in the lab. They also play a key role in the environment and in the chemi... Read More »

How Do Buffers Control PH?

Buffers are chemicals that, when added to water, tend to maintain a certain pH. This is due to the buffer's ability to either accept or donate a proton (hydrogen ion, H+) or hydroxyl (OH-) to keep ... Read More »

How Do Buffers Neutralize Acids?

Buffers are solutions that resist change in pH. Add an acid to pure water and the pH changes dramatically. Add an acid to a buffered solution, on the other hand, and the change in pH is modest. ... Read More »