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Problem finding anything to contribute to on github via /r/learnprogramming


Problem finding anything to contribute to on github

So I would consider myself an intermediate programmer, I have been programming for a couple years but only started to truly get into the real stuff in the past year (i.e. 124 more words

Could someone tell me disadvantages of spatial database via /r/learnprogramming


Could someone tell me disadvantages of spatial database

Yes I used google but I am not getting anything, just pdf files, power points. Just a few points why it is disadvantage… 12 more words

Stop overriding equals, hashCode and compareTo in every single java object!


Stop overriding equals, hashCode and compareTo in every single java object!
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Submitted February 11, 2016 at 12:08AM by emifors
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Legal Liability of Security Software


Legal Liability of Security Software
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Submitted February 11, 2016 at 12:19AM by Jscix1
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framework and web-server confusing? via /r/learnprogramming


framework and web-server confusing?

so as the tittle says, I am confused with what purpose each tool is used for. So here is my confusion. When I write a web-server application with let say Flask, Tornado, Djando, nodejs, laravel, etc… when I run my app, my web-server is accessible for everybody in my LAN. 123 more words

[Python] Question about None values and when defined functions return them. via /r/learnprogramming


Question about None values and when defined functions return them.

def addToInventory(inventory, addedItems): # your code goes here for i in addedItems: if i in inventory: inventory[i] = inventory[i] + 1 else: inventory.setdefault(i, 1) return inventory #THIS LINE RIGHT HERE def displayInventory(inventory): print("Inventory:") item_total = 0 for k, v in inventory.items(): print(str(v) + ' ' + k) item_total = item_total + v print("Total number of items: " + str(item_total)) inv = {'gold coin': 42, 'rope': 1} dragonLoot = ['gold coin', 'dagger', 'gold coin', 'gold coin', 'ruby'] inv = addToInventory(inv, dragonLoot) displayInventory(inv) …
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When do developers get to a self-sustaining level? via /r/learnprogramming


When do developers get to a self-sustaining level?

Sorry for the ambiguous wording above.

Backstory: Beginner programmer here. I'm currently a Junior Computer Science/Economics major who started programming a year ago (declared my CS major 4 months ago). 164 more words