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Q: Blackjack in python (UPDATE)

Joseph BeegleSo, earlier today I made a post on blackjack in python and it got nice answers, but for some reason while modifiying and testing my code I began to receive infinite loops, only sometimes, and only when the number 7 is involved, and I'm so confused as to why. Can anyone help out? Also, to those wh...

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Q: Flask Web App Handling Excel Data Processing

PointlessI've created a Flask application that processes Excel files uploaded by users. The application reads specific data based on client-specific keywords and generates a CSV file which users can download. I'm looking for feedback on improving the structure, efficiency, and security of this application...

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Have you tried to call ScrollIntoView from a DataGrid.Loaded event handler? You really provided absolutely no context for example how you initialize the control etc. A minimal reproducible example is always helpful for a code review. Right now we can only review 4 lines of boring XAML.. — BionicCode 52 secs ago
Q: .NET runtime version issue

VimalkumarAm facing a runtime version issue after deployment. Can anyone please guide me to resolve this issue https://iportaldev.ifc.org/p2/SAT/ <system.web> <compilation targetFramework="4.8"/> <httpRuntime targetFramework="4.8"/> <customErrors mode="Off"/> <httpModules> <add name="...

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This site is for requests to help debug code problems. Try posting this at codereview.stackexchange.com instead — Rory McCrossan 30 secs ago
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Q: Evaluating Extended Operating Hours Past Midnight Across Timezones in PHP

tonyI am working on a project that involves tracking the operating hours of businesses across different timezones. Some of these businesses operate past midnight, and to accommodate this, operating hours that extend past midnight are stored as 25:00 for 1 AM, 26:00 for 2 AM, etc., in a MySQL database...

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Q: Using WeakMap instead of augmenting the request object

Vladimir IvanenkoWhile working on a Node.js app, I found that I disliked adding custom properties directly to the request object. Instead, I opted to store the custom data in a WeakMap, which proved to be a satisfying approach. I applied this technique in a considerably large app that handles about a thousand req...

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@DaleK Point taken. Your approach would work particularly well in an automated (rule-based) code review. — Ruud Helderman 57 secs ago
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Q: How is the quality of my Flutter API request app?

Hog RiderI am currently looking for a job as a junior Flutter engineer, and this was the test question I received. Please integrate the specified API and complete the UI presentation. Task: Design a simple thumbnail image presentation app using a state management method like Bloc, Riverpod, GetX, or anoth...

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Q: Artisan command: SOLID and Tests

friday-jsonA bit of context: I am writing an artisan command that allows the users to Create questions and answers, show a list of all questions and answers, practice questions and answers, show the stats, and reset all the progress. It works correctly, but the aim is also to learn to write proper code and ...

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Q: Plot number of concurrent jobs on time axel

DavidDescription: Calculate the number of concurrently running jobs for any given minute during a day. Each Job is scheduled to run X times a day, with an expected duration of Y. The output is later fed into a scatter graph (not part of this question) Link to NET fiddler (runable code): No of concurr...

@CaptainObvious No code posted, all code is in a GitHub repository. Title should be changed as well.
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That's not enough details to make any concrete suggestion, and the comment section here isn't the best place to discuss it. The best place is codereview.stackexchange.com You should make post there and provide all relevant details in a new post. — Jan Schultke just now
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Q: template class for reference storage

J.MI need to create a template class that is able to store a reference to any type. I was told here it was a bad idea because of under the hood reference collapsing that would make the whole thing difficult to understand. However, i have no idea how to get this to work with my need. The need: I need...

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Is posting a Github workflow appropriate on CodeReview (I have already done it)? If not, where else would it be on-site?
Q: Are Git workflow questions on-topic?

Matt N.I recently started working part time in our organization's IT department and am working with one other person who has previously been the sole developer on several applications used in the office. We are using Git for version control, but still trying to lock down exactly which branches we're wo...

Q: Github workflow for a C application

HarithThis is my first try at automating building and testing some code for Linux, MacOS, and Windows (this took the longest to set up). It just builds and runs the tests with make: name: Arena Tests on: [workflow_dispatch, push, pull_request] jobs: test_unixy: runs-on: ${{ matrix.os }} st...

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@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ Well, Git workflow differs from a Github workflow, no? A YAML file is what I have, not some git commands. I am confused. :)
okay - if it is a YAML file, then check out this meta:
Q: Do configuration files constitute reviewable code?

200_successA question asks to have a Samba configuration file reviewed. Do we consider a configuration file to be code? It's certainly not a Turing-complete language. Is Turing completeness a defining criterion? Note that we can address many of our usual concerns, such as security, correctness in unexpect...

it seems the consensus is that a config file is not code, unless it contains one or more regular expressions
@Harith Can you provide a sample of the file so we quickly look over the file and go yes/no.
@Phroggie it seems it is this
i.e. the latest post by CO
@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ Thanks, IMO no code exists in the codeblock. If you had shell statements, or regexes I would have a different opinion.
you being Harith
7:07 PM
Alright, I'd take down my post. Thanks.
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@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ Any idea where that configuration would be on-site albeit?
I know that doesn't specifically mention github workflow but it may still be helpful
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Q: fstab entry variable inside or outside function

AndresSo, I am working on a script that mounts smb shares. I have this function: def fstab_entry(samba_ip, sharename, mountpoint, credentials): # Build mount entry line for fstab entry = f"//{samba_ip}/{sharename} {mountpoint} cifs rw,x-systemd.automount,credentials={credentials},uid=1000,gid=1...

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yesterday I created an imgur account, and later received an email with subject line starting with "We’ve been expecting you" - is that concerning? 🤔
@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ I think the joke is 'everyone' uses Imgur to share images. So getting an account at some point is an expectation.
perhaps I've been using it in the past with an anonymous account... 😱
@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ Technically anyone who uploads images to SE uses Imgur ;)
Aug 17, 2023 at 22:07, by Sᴀᴍ Onᴇᴌᴀ
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Not even an Imgur image! /s
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