Spotify is a digital music, podcast, and video streaming service that gives you access to millions of songs and other content from artists all over the world.
The goal of this project was for us as students to learn more about designing a web page, and the difference between UX…
The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, all collecting and sharing data. Thanks to the arrival of super-cheap computer chips and the ubiquity of wireless networks, it’s possible to turn anything, from something as…
It’s a level of intelligence demonstrated by the machine, where it tries to mimic the actions with the level of the human’s, which is pretty ironic when we say that computers are more intelligent than humans.
In normal programming we feed the machine with the information, the type of information…
“Python is an object oriented programming language. Almost everything in Python is an object, with its properties and methods. A Class is like an object constructor, or a “blueprint” for creating objects.”
A class can have attributes (like a characteristics) attached to it, and methods witch represent functions (like actions).
As we learned in c, there is many types of variables we can use (int, float, char, …)
So does python, but the types in python are a little bit different, because everything is a Class. This way it make every type equal wither it was integer, list, dictionary, ……
Also called shared library is a collection of functions compiled and stored in an executable with purpose of being linked by other programs at run-time, which minimizes overall program size and facilitates improved application performance for reduced memory consumption.
It is never part of an executable file or application, also…
ls is a command used to list all the files and folders in the current directory.
Simply put it as if you opened a file and instead of having all the files in front of you, you need to pass the ls command to see what’s in there.
The C is a compiled language, that use a multiple processing stages.
It can be divided to four main stages:
It’s the first step that any c file pass, and it’s where all the separate lines are joined and all the comments…
We use files every day for multiple reasons, so we need a more efficient way we can manipulate them even if the file is located on another directory or server.
So we use links, there are a two different types of links we can create for different usage and results.
The ls command by default list all the file and directories in the current location.
most used options are:
*- matches any character.
?- matches a single character.
[ ]- match a single character in a range.
show all the files that start with “a”.
show all the files that end with “s”.
show all files that start with an upper case.
.exe: executable file.
.c: file written in c language.
So to list all the files in the current directories that are written in c: