Category: AskMeCode

  • Looking for a Leap Year Program in Python? Is It For You? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry

    Leap Year Program in Python Looking for a Leap Year Program in Python? Is It For You? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry: A leap year program is an algorithm that checks if a given year is a leap year or not. The leap year program is useful for all those who want to know about […]

  • The Programiz Advantage

    Welcome to the Programiz Advantage, a blog about the best programming language to learn for work and life. This blog is for anyone who wants to know more about the world of programming. Whether you’re totally new to coding or already have a good grasp of the basics but aren’t sure what language you should […]

  • Integrating Informal Learning Opportunities with Low Cost Robotics and STEM Learning

    The purpose of this blog is to provide educators with information about how to integrate low cost, informal learning opportunities within their classes. This is not a new concept by any means, however this blog will focus on the use of robotics and the Google Blockly programming language in an integrated, informal learning environment. I […]

  • C Programming Tutorial Making the Decision to Learn

    C Programming Tutorial: Making the Decision to Learn The decision to learn C programming is a decision that will pay off well for you. Knowing how to code is valuable in many job markets, allowing you to create programs that can automate tasks and boost your productivity. It can even make you more money. Learning […]

  • How To Run Java in Visual Studio on Windows

    I have been trying to use java in Visual Studio on Windows. I followed the instructions from Microsoft, which are pretty straightforward. But when I tried to run my code, I got the following error: A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007ffc27e8cb7e, pid=1892, tid=0x0000000000003f00 JRE version: Java(TM) […]

  • 10 Reasons to Hand Over Your Mobile App Development Tasks to Our Team

    10 Reasons to Hand Over Your Mobile App Development Tasks to Our Team If you are planning to develop a mobile app, you are most likely to be in search of an app development company. In case you have no idea about how to go about it, we have compiled a list of 10 points […]

  • FreeCodeCamp Suggestion Box

    FreeCodeCamp Suggestion Box: A blog about the FreCodeCamp suggestion box. The FCC suggestion box is a great place to share ideas, questions, and concerns about Free Code Camp. Some of the suggestions are so good that we are implementing them. The most recent post in the FreeCodeCamp Suggestion Box was made just minutes ago by […]

  • How to Use PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) For your Home Automation

    PLCs (Programmable Logic Controller) have been around for many years, and they are commonly used in industrial applications. Most people are familiar with PLCs because they see them often in manufacturing facilities. Basically, they consist of a computer processor and a software program that is installed on that processor. The software is programmed by the […]

  • How Machine Learning is Helping us Solve the Quantum Black Hole Problem

    In this blog, we will be talking about the latest Google Summer of Code project named “How Machine Learning is Helping us Solve the Quantum Black Hole Problem”. The project is being carried out under the mentorship of Gaurav Khanna, a professor at the University of Massachusetts. His research involves How Machine Learning is Helping […]

  • 10 Things All Vim Users Do

    Vim users have distinct habits. Why? Because Vim is a complex tool that can be customized to fit the user’s needs. Here are 10 things I do in Vim along with an explanation of what each one means. 1. Use splits – Since Vim windows and tabs are just views into buffers, they allow you […]