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Top 12 String Programs For Your Next Java Interview

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Hello, Guarav, we've got a lot of negative feedbacks regarding a formatting of your code on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/fjhpz4/top_12_string_programs_for_your_next_java/ https://www.reddit.com/r/java/comments/fjhpn1/top_12_string_programs_for_your_next_java/ Can you fix it?

Building a Simple CLI Youtube Video Downloader in NodeJS

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Great article! Our readers on Reddit said that there is "youtube-dl", a feature-rich CLI tool that do all this stuff. Anyway great to learn how we can create such things by our own.

Creating Real-Time API with Beautiful Soup and Django REST Framework

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Please look at comments here https://www.reddit.com/r/django/comments/f9puec/creating_realtime_api_with_beautiful_soup_and/

Full List of JavaScript Conferences 2020 [41 Events] Updated 28.08.2020

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Hello, please contact with me by email: bragin_na@soshace.com. I need to get detailed description from you

Full List of JavaScript Conferences 2020 [41 Events] Updated 28.08.2020

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Hello, please contact with me by email: bragin_na@soshace.com. I need to get detailed description from you

Full List of JavaScript Conferences 2020 [41 Events] Updated 28.08.2020

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Hello, please contact with me by email: bragin_na@soshace.com. I need to get detailed description from you

Creating Real-Time API with Beautiful Soup and Django REST Framework

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1. Why would you put a sleep inside a for-loop inside a task? You should setup properly a rate-limit. 2. This could be improved by creating smaller tasks that take care of individual parts. 3. print? use logging module. 4. What if your request doesn't return 2xx? 5. since you already wrote that dict to print it, you can use it as Currency.objects.create(**dct)

This Is How I Created a Simple App Using React Routing

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thanks for sharing! although hookrouter might be a great alternative

Think Like a Pythonista — Building a Book Sharing App

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I don't really have anything to say about the post itself, but I noticed a minor bug in your code: The correct way to open files for csv reading/writing is to use newline='', i.e. open('books.csv', mode='r', newline=''). The reason for this is documented in the footnote https://docs.python.org/3/library/csv.html#id3

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