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The time is 2021-04-10T00:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
 
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Please go through the intro tour, the help center and how to ask a good question to see how this site works and to help you improve your current and future questions, which can help you get better answers. Asking for software recommendations or references is specifically listed as off-topic. — Prune 54 secs ago
 
 
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Completely agree with you, @RobertDodier. A big role of Stack Overflow is for less-experienced programmers to learn and for more experienced programmers to help new learners. While the question may be off-topic, there is no need to come off in such a condescending manner. — Jacob Lee 47 secs ago
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These "escape characters" go back to the days when programmers used vt100 CRT terminals. Linux terminals, DOS command prompts and putty ssh sessions - among many other apps - still support them. That's what you're seeing. Since "ANSI colors" was designed specifically to support them, I was hoping it might help. Perhaps you can configure your VSCode Git client to not use escape codes. Perhaps you can configure whatever terminal the VSCode Git client uses to handle them (e.g. put the terminal into "vt100 mode", or equivalent) Personally, I would just ignore them :) — paulsm4 50 secs ago
Recommendations for libraries are off topic here. I think softwarerecs.stackexchange.com is made for such questions. — churill 58 secs ago
 
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The time is 2021-04-10T06:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
 
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The time is 2021-04-10T08:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
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IIRC this particular book isn't for absolute beginners, but for C++98 programmers. — rustyx 14 secs ago
 
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The time is 2021-04-10T10:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
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@SoftwareEngineer i start it with docker run -d -p 5000:5000 edurekain/php5.5apache and once it is started i access the cli with the gui dashboard — LeVoltaireDesChamps just now
 
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Please, post text as text, not as photographs of text. This is a website for programmers, not photographers. We want to copy&paste&run your code, copy&paste your inputs, read your outputs, and copy&paste&google your error messages, not critique your use of color and perspective. meta.stackoverflow.com/a/285557/2988 idownvotedbecau.se/imageofcode idownvotedbecau.se/imageofanexceptionJörg W Mittag 40 secs ago
 
 
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The time is 2021-04-10T12:00:00.008Z and @Duga is alive
 
 
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Who "in the industry" considers multi-level breaks bad practice? I wholeheartedly disagree. Any programmer worth his or her salt will know what a break with a label does (or a break with a number in some programming languages). What if you have multiple nested loops? Do you do this for four levels? This is just ugly and wasteful. If I found this code in something a junior programmer wrote, I would flag it. This goes to a deeper issue: too many programmers don't know their programming languages properly. — Arno Schäfer 22 secs ago
 
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