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The other day Martin and I were changing some things around on the computer shop’s network and we needed to modify the IP address of the credit card machine so it would operate properly on our new setup. While changing the Internet Protocol address isn’t very hard the issue we ran into was figuring out how to type a period after each octet of the IP. After some fooling around we figured it out and we have explained all of the steps below to modify the IP address of a Vx570 CC machine.

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I am fairly new to Markdown and have really just been becoming more familiar with Markdown while posting here on Question Defense’s [Engage][1] site. So far I really like Markdown and have been impressed with how user friendly it becomes as you learn the Markdown tricks as I call them including asterisks or underscores for bolding or italicizing, brackets for links/URLs, and numbered lists simply using 1., 2., 3., etc. While the Markdown learning curve has been fairly steep for me
An issue I ran into on my last post was the fact that I was posting some PayPal variables that included underscores within the variable.

I am fairly new to Markdown which is a lightweight markup language. I have really just started becoming more familiar with Markdown while posting or replying to articles in the Question Defense Engage section. Markdown is the markup language used on Engage to format the posted questions, posted responses, comments, and pretty much anywhere that content data is entered. So far I really like Markdown and have been impressed with how user friendly it becomes as you learn the Markdown tricks as I call them including asterisks or underscores for bolding or italicizing, brackets for links/URLs, and numbered lists simply using 1., 2., 3., etc. While the Markdown learning curve has been fairly steep for me the more I use it the more Markdown is sticking with me.

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