How to iterate over the array in the django template ?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 23:45

I am going to print four array values simultaneously in django template . like this the four arrays are of equal length ,they are header_list , domain_list , domain_data , dom for i in range(10): print headerlist[i] print domain_list[i] print domain_data[i] print dom[i] how to acheive these in django template .

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Google Memory Loss

Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 22:57
Categories: Programming

Redux Guards for TypeScript

Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 22:30
Categories: Programming

I can not recommend FreeCodeCamp more. How the hell is that free?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:58

It's just insane. It's better than any Udemy course I've followed, it's interactive so you'll do a lot more actual coding than if you're going through (by far) most programming books, and it's cheaper ($0) than any of those options.

Want to develop a web-app? Website? Webdesign? Want to learn HTML/CSS/JavaScript/Jquery either all of those or just one?

Then is for you.

Honestly. No fucking ads? No subscription?

How the hell do they stay afloat. I must be missing something.

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AP CS help

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:43

Hi, my midterm is coming up for my computer science class. We are learning Java and I was wondering if anyone had any websites that do a good job of teaching Java.

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Can you gues help me?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:16

So... when i graduate highschool and college I dream about working for Bethesda. Some questions I have are, could I make it, what languages should I learn, how could I learn these languages, what high school classes should I take, and what college course should I take.

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How Do I Start Learning Coding And Where

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:05

Im looking to get into coding. Im looking to code sites and such I guess. If anyone can give me some tips and such that would be nice. :)

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Client with the currently selected authenticator does not support any combination of challenges that will satisfy the CA

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:05

I've been following this tutorial to add SSH Certification to my site. However at the moment this method does not work for the time-being due to a security flaw, so here is the alternate method. I'm trying to implement the alternate code-paste: sudo certbot --authenticator webroot --webroot-path <path to served directory> --installer nginx -d <domain> however am not sure what to put in <path to served directory>.

Is the "path to served directory" the nginx config? Would it look something like this: etc/nginx/sites-available/<projectname>?

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[Python] What software to start?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:48

I read through the FAQ and didn't see a super clear answer.. long story short, I've been interested in coding for a while now and just recently got motivated to try it out.

I've been using Codecademy to learn a bit, but I want to experiment with some of the stuff I've learned there. Where exactly can I do this? (i.e. what software is best to start playing with/ testing python?)

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Good courses/websites for advanced Solidity programming?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:45

I've done most of the cryptozombies tutorial and I was wondering where to go from there. I can code Solidity, but I hear people talking about mapping and byte-arrays and I'm like WTF?!

Also, I know how to code Solidity but know jackshit about smart contracts, blockchains, etc. so any additional sources on that would rock too (but not necessary cause it's a programming subreddit).

Thank you for reading

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Where does [JAVA] start it's x,y cords

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:32

When I try to getPixelColor(int x, int y) in Java where does it start? Is it like a coordinate plane and starts in center, or does it start from a particular corner?

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Help: Min number from txt file

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:26

Hey guys, ive tried to google my problem for help but the results i stumbled upon seemed to have similar code i did except theirs worked apparently? So im trying to find the smallest number from a txt file, for example the text file has: 100, 90, 77, 60. and with the code i wrote below i thought i would get 60 as my output. Instead with the code below my output for the smallest number is: 2147483647.

Here is what i have for the section to find the smallest number from a txt file:

int min = Integer.MAX_VALUE; while(input.hasNext()) { int x = input.nextInt(); if (x < min) { min = x; } }
System.out.println("Lowest: " + min);

again, the codes i found online were similar but mine seems to be not working. it outputs the value of "Integer.MAX_VALUE", instead of going through the code to actually get the smallest number.

any advice?

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Which paid program is best for growing my programming skills?

Learn Programming - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:06

I am trying to become a front-end web dev, and would really love to learn the skills to be employable in the next 10 months to a year.

I have been doing a Udemy course (The Complete Web Developer Course by Rob Percival) but this is really just very basic introductory stuff.

I work a FT and a PT job so I need a program that I can do when I have the time, so courses with deadlines and that sort of stuff would be very difficult to fit into my life.

Are the appreciable differences between services like Treehouse or Code School?

I feel comfortable with HTML and CSS. But definitely need a deeper dive in JS, Angular (and/or Node), Less/Sass, and Git.

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