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1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.1WebCodeGeekshttps://feedburner.google.comDetailed Guide To CSS Supports In Browsers
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/css/detailed-guide-to-css-supports-in-browsers/#respondWed, 26 Aug 2020 09:15:57 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25437Everything you see on the internet today is a website upfront and to build it, we need HTML and CSS. When the internet was not so gigantic, it was quite easy to develop websites. There were only a handful of browsers and complexities that were almost non-existent. As the internet made headway, so did the ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/OlddiTGZKdA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/css/detailed-guide-to-css-supports-in-browsers/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/css/detailed-guide-to-css-supports-in-browsers/Depth First Search Algorithm In Python (Multiple Examples)
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/depth-first-search-algorithm-in-python-multiple-examples/#respondTue, 28 Jul 2020 09:16:17 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25409Introduction Graphs and Trees are one of the most important data structures we use for various applications in Computer Science.They represent data in the form of nodes, which are connected to other nodes through ‘edges’. Like other data structures, traversing all the elements or searching for an element in a graph or a tree is ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/A_wxSK8VVg4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/depth-first-search-algorithm-in-python-multiple-examples/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/depth-first-search-algorithm-in-python-multiple-examples/Python Correlation Matrix Tutorial
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-correlation-matrix-tutorial/#respondMon, 22 Jun 2020 09:15:07 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25333In this blog, we will go through an important descriptive statistic of multi-variable data called the correlation matrix. We will learn how to create, plot, and manipulate correlation matrices in Python. We will be looking at the following topics: What is the correlation matrix? A correlation matrix is a tabular data representing the ‘correlations’ between ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/oy_4JoJOnew" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-correlation-matrix-tutorial/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-correlation-matrix-tutorial/How to Loop Over a Dictionary in Python: Keys, Values, and More
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/how-to-loop-over-a-dictionary-in-python-keys-values-and-more/#commentsFri, 19 Jun 2020 09:15:34 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25329Welcome to yet another How to Python article. Today, we’ll be looking at looping over dictionaries which appears to be a hot topic—at least by an organic standpoint. As it turns out, there are few ways to get it done. First, we could loop over the keys directly: for key in dictionary. Alternatively, we might only ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/OIPVPINyxk0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/how-to-loop-over-a-dictionary-in-python-keys-values-and-more/feed/1https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/how-to-loop-over-a-dictionary-in-python-keys-values-and-more/Charting data quickly with Chart.js in React
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/javascript/charting-data-quickly-with-chart-js-in-react/#respondTue, 16 Jun 2020 09:15:57 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25324I’m working on a small weather station project, and I was looking for a way to plot the weather data quickly on a chart. My first idea was to use the big visualization libraries such as D3.js and Fabrics, but they were way too heavy to get started with for my needs. They can do ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/BFkp7mg1hXQ" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/javascript/charting-data-quickly-with-chart-js-in-react/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/javascript/charting-data-quickly-with-chart-js-in-react/NumPy Where Tutorial (With Examples)
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/numpy-where-tutorial-with-examples/#respondTue, 02 Jun 2020 09:15:49 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25283Looking up for entries that satisfy a specific condition is a painful process, especially if you are searching it in a large dataset having hundreds or thousands of entries. If you know the fundamental SQL queries, you must be aware of the ‘WHERE’ clause that is used with the SELECT statement to fetch such entries ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/KcUaBXNn9os" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/numpy-where-tutorial-with-examples/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/numpy-where-tutorial-with-examples/Python humanize time-interval without Arrow or Humanize libraries
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-humanize-time-interval-without-arrow-or-humanize-libraries/#respondFri, 29 May 2020 09:15:50 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25276Sometimes when we need to debug functions in Python, we need a way to write some quick timer code to capture the time-delta and to compute the time it took for the function to execute. This article shows you a quick and easy way to humanize a time-interval/time-delta without bringing in additional dependencies or libraries ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/Kid7QDT5juw" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-humanize-time-interval-without-arrow-or-humanize-libraries/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/python-humanize-time-interval-without-arrow-or-humanize-libraries/Exiting/Terminating Python Scripts (Simple Examples)
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/exiting-terminating-python-scripts-simple-examples/#respondTue, 12 May 2020 09:15:17 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25246Today, we’ll be diving into the topic of exiting/terminating Python scripts! Before we get started, you should have a basic understanding of what Python is and some basic knowledge about its use. You can use the IDE of your choice, but I’ll use  Microsoft’s Linux Subsystem for Windows (WSL) package this time. For more information ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/ATmC-bJ59kg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/exiting-terminating-python-scripts-simple-examples/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/exiting-terminating-python-scripts-simple-examples/20+ Examples For NumPy Matrix Multiplication
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/20-examples-for-numpy-matrix-multiplication/#respondFri, 08 May 2020 09:15:31 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25209In this tutorial, we will look at various ways of performing matrix multiplication using NumPy arrays. we will learn how to multiply matrices with different sizes together. Also. we will learn how to speed up the multiplication process using GPU and other hot topics, so let’s get started! Before we move ahead, it is better to ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/2XjLckg98w4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/20-examples-for-numpy-matrix-multiplication/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/20-examples-for-numpy-matrix-multiplication/Caesar Cipher In Python (Text Encryption Tutorial)
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https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/caesar-cipher-in-python-text-encryption-tutorial/#respondFri, 01 May 2020 09:15:19 +0000https://www.webcodegeeks.com/?p=25185Cryptography deals with encrypting or encoding a piece of information (in a plain text) into a form that looks gibberish and makes little sense in ordinary language.This encoded message(also called ciphertext) can then be decoded back into a plain text by the intended recipient using a decoding technique (often along with a private key) communicated to ...<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/WebCodeGeeks/~4/6Jb0AbbLqcA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/caesar-cipher-in-python-text-encryption-tutorial/feed/0https://www.webcodegeeks.com/python/caesar-cipher-in-python-text-encryption-tutorial/