11 Beginner Tips for Learning Python Programming
Make It Stick. Tip #1: Code Everyday. Tip #2: Write It Out. ...
Make It Collaborative. Tip #6: Surround Yourself With Others Who Are Learning. Tip #7: Teach. ...
Make Something. Tip #10: Build Something, Anything. Tip #11: Contribute to Open Source.
Go Forth and Learn!
Thanks for sharing. It looks like a good thread with lots of information. I will bookmark this thread for further reference. In the meantime, I also need someone who can work for me as a plagiarism fixer. I have heard about Study Clerk in the past and now I want to give it a try here https://studyclerk.com/plagiarism-fixer What do you think? Will wait for your further reply.
First of all I welcome you in this forum. hope you have a good time here and increase your knowledge second I would like to wish you good luck in your respective field. What I believe is Programming is an art, we create our own world inside a world (computers). I understand and everything how it's felt when a program compiles without errors because I'm an [Essay Writer] (https://www.dissertationeditingpro.com/essay-writing-service) plus a programmer of C# and also knows a little Java.
@MrDQuinn @danparaskev i see you all want to edit the tutorial...
While i cant allow direct editing, you can create a pull request on the Github Repo
(Just try editing the file normally, and it will ask you if u want to propose your change)
Flask is one of the easiest microframework to learn in Python. If you wish to develop a simple and lightweight web application then Flask is suitable for that. It is not as powerful and extensive as Django still provides features such as support for unit testing and building REST APIs.
Really nicely written tutorial, I'm reading it right now and I have a clear view of Flask, thank you @ruiwenge2! Tysm! This surely needs more upvotes to match your hard work and everything! Here's an upvote!!!
Hey bro, i have a problem, i dont understand about that cog stuff u know, I am good at html, css and js but not py becuz i am new. i tried making bots with js but i also thought to make with py so i followed ur code but u didnt tell full info on cog. the website is just telling on basics and all those stuff which i get it but what to do next i dont know if u dont mind can u join it i sent u invite and help me pls
easypydb isn't working!! When I try to initialize it, it says this:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/virtualenvs/python3/lib/python3.8/site-packages/easypydb/db.py", line 19, in load
File "/opt/virtualenvs/python3/lib/python3.8/site-packages/s1db/init.py", line 30, in get
raise requests.HTTPError("HTTP Error: " + response.text)
requests.exceptions.HTTPError: HTTP Error: Unauthorized
During handling of the above exception, another excep
Attempting to crack password via CyanCoding's BFPC...
CyanCoding's BFPC cracked the password 1234 in 1234 tries and 1 second!
That's approximately 1491577 guessed passwords per second!
wow :D 1234 is rlly insecure
Java is an object-oriented, class-based, high-level programming language that was developed by James Gosling of Sun Microsystems. Java is an open-source, machine-independent programming language. It is designed to have minimal implementation dependencies. Java, unlike C++ and C++ programming languages that cannot be run in different environments, is a programming language that can be written once and run anywhere. Java's source code is converted to byte code, which can be run on any machine rega
hi Kookiez here is the explanation for arrays (might be wrong because i did not eat my kooki lunch because i dont know lua:
@CodingCactus @DynamicSquid I have had like 20 advertising comments. Can someone deal with these? I reported them but I can't keep reporting all the time. Can you ban these accounts? They have no repls no nothing