Configure Windows Firewall Inbound Rule for Program Not Installed on Server

How can I configure an inbound rule on a Windows Server 2016 firewall to allow access from a program which is not installed on the server? When searching for a program browse is only offered for locations on the server. Is the path specified for the rule applied to the machine accessing the server? Is it possible to create a rule based only the executable program file name, irrespective of where it is installed on the machine accessing the server?

Python program not working accurately [on hold]

First I wanna tell I am beginner and this is among my first program:

def square_area(side): return (side * side)

def rectangle_area(length, breadth): return (length * breadth)

def circle_area(radius): return (3.14 * radius * radius)

shape = input(“What shape’s area you wanna calculate: “)

if shape != “square” or “rectangle” or “circle”: print(“Only circle, rectangle and square.. Sorry!!”)

if shape == "square":        side = int(input("Enter side: "))     result = (square_area(side))     print(result)  elif shape == "rectangle":     length = int(input("Enter length: "))     breadth = int(input("Enter breadth: "))     result = (rectangle_area(length, breadth))     print(result)  elif shape == "circle":     radius = int(input("Enter radius: "))     result = (circle_area(radius))     print(result)  Even after typing circle or square it displays only first message ("Only circle square....") 

Why??

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How to link command to correct program?

I’ve installed a command called gsutil on my Ubuntu VM with the command

sudo snap install google-cloud-sdk --classic 

However, when running gsutil I started an unrelated existing program of the same name (GSutil, a GrandStream BudgeTone phone backup, restore and reboot utility), which was stored in usr/bin/gsutil. Following advice from here I ran

sudo dpkg --purge gsutil 

which removed it. But now when I run gsutil I get

-bash: /usr/bin/gsutil: No such file or directory 

With which gsutil I get

/snap/bin/gsutil 

And I tried to make a symlink with

ln -s /snap/bin/gsutil gsutil 

but still get the same results. Why can’t bash find it? Both locations are in my PATH: echo $ PATH

/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin 

How can we convert between a program using `call/cc` and a program using functions written in CPS?

The Scheme Programming Language says

It turns out that any program that uses call/cc can be rewritten in CPS without call/cc, but a total rewrite of the program (sometimes including even system-defined primitives) might be necessary.

What are the general techniques to

  • convert a program using call/cc to a program using functions written in CPS

  • convert in the reverse direction?

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