Category: AskMeCode

  • The Python Factorial Function Explained

    The Python factorial function is a very useful tool. In this blog, I will explain what the Python factorial function is and show you how to write it. What is the Python Factorial Function? The Python factorial function, denoted by ! and called factorial, requires that you pass in a number. The factorial function will […]

  • How To Use Standard Libraries to Improve Your C++ Code Quality

    How To Use Standard Libraries to Improve Your C++ Code Quality For a long time I avoided using the standard library in my C++ projects. I didn’t think it was very useful and it seemed like a lot of extra code to add to my project, so I opted for writing my own utility functions […]

  • How To Learn Python Programming

    It is easy for beginners to learn and it can be used to do a lot of things both big and small. Python can power your websites, handle your parallax and even build entire games in 3D. There are plenty of tutorials available online that can help you get started with python programming. So, without […]

  • Using SSH Keys With Visual Studio Code

    This is a blog about using SSH Keys With Visual Studio Code This is a blog about using SSH Keys With Visual Studio Code. If you’d like to know more about SSH keys, click on this link to read the article I wrote about them. This article will focus specifically on using them with VS […]

  • Visual Studio Code Java Edition Now Available

    Visual Studio Code Java Edition Now Available Today, we are excited to announce that Visual Studio Code is now available for download as a Java Edition. Previously, this has only been possible with the Enterprise Edition of Visual Studio. We’re pleased to now offer this feature to all subscribers at no additional cost! The Java […]

  • Git Workflow In VS Code

    Git Workflow In VS Code: an informative blog about using git with vscode. Git has become the standard version control tool for most developers, and the ability to use it effectively is increasingly a must-have skill for modern developers. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for Git, but there are a few settings you’ll want […]

  • Google Hashcode Tutorials

    Google Hashcode Tutorials: A series of tutorials on google hashcode to help you understand how to use google hashcode. Google hashcode is a tool that allows you to search and find images, videos, maps and other information on the Internet. Google hashcode are used by millions of people every day and they are becoming increasingly […]

  • jshint or ESLint? Here’s a Comparison Between the Two

    JSHint is a code quality tool that flags potential errors in your JavaScript code. On the other hand, ESLint is a linter for JavaScript generally used for code quality. ESLint does everything that JSHint does and more. ESLint has built-in support for ECMAScript 6 (aka ES6) and ECMAScript 7. Its rules are completely pluggable and […]

  • 9 Best Places to Sit in a Classroom

    year = 2000 Code: def is_leap(year): leap = False year = int(input(“Enter a year: “)) if (year % 4) == 0: if (year % 100) == 0: if (year % 400) == 0: print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(year)) else: print(“{0} is not a leap year”.format(year)) else: print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(year)) else: print(“{0} is not […]

  • This Python program will calculate the factorial of any number between 1 and 1000. You are provided with two functions

    def factorial(n): prod = 1 for i in range(1, n+1): prod *= i return prod def guess_factorial(): n = int(input(“Guess a number between 1 and 1000: “)) print(“The factorial of”, n, “is”, factorial(n)) def welcome(): print(“This Python program will calculate the factorial of any number between 1 and 1000.”) print(“You are provided with two functions: […]