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    I think this is a very individual indicator. For example, I'm in college, but I'm already interested in programming and I already know a lot. I try to do everything to acquire new skills. I even spend my time just studying in my specialty, not everything. So when I get an essay in college, I just go to https://papersowl.com/fast-essay-writing. They provide fast essay writing services and do it very well and professionally. I am always satisfied with the result of their work. It is very convenient for me because I spend all the saved time on improving my programming skills.
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    If you drop the Killer...you need to return the frog!
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    I hadn’t even realized you had responded. I’ve since abandoned that home made theme and use a premodern one. I still haven’t leaned PHP. But thanks.
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    This was a useful video I found a few weeks ago and I got a lot from it: 17 Sublime Text Shortcuts and Tips The text version he mentions is here: http://GitHub repository: https://github.com/michaelcheng429/17-sublime-text-tip PS: Let's call it 18 tips: 18] Removing a plugin from Sublime text 3: This afternoon I had to do just that and was almost demented until I found the answer below. It's mind-boggling how many people can't answer a simple question like "how can I remove a package from Sublime Text" without getting into a slavering fluster and unleashing lectures they've been waiting years to use. Excited puppies and trouser legs don't get a look in. Oh sorry, here's the answer: Go to package control by pressing Ctrl + Shift + p (or use the preferences tab on Sublime text-this shortcut doesn't work for me, that might be a Linux thing): type "remove package" then type the package/plugin name and enter to uninstall it.
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    Hi, I recently started the php videos and as stefan suggested to go inside the conf folder and search for display_errors and turn it on, i did it but was not able to see the errors on the page, i was surprised and kept repeating for some time, then when i searched for the word php.ini in phpinfo file i saw it showing a different path --- Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php7.3.8/conf/php.ini The file was actually inside the bin directory php directory and so on, so when i went inside there and changed it , it worked, just thought of sharing it as there are 2 locations where you find the php.ini and you need to search for it inside. the phpinfo() as to from where it is loading... Thanks Amit
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    I have been having the same issues, thanks for the solution 😀
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    Hello everybody! My name is Javier, I moved to the US in my 30's as many immigrants with no money, no english and no family, twenty years later I'm ready to start my new adventure, web development! I have no skills in coding (very basic). I know I will find a lot of knowledge in these forums. Since I was in high school I wanted to work with computers, but never have a chance until now, I love play the guitar and I have an obsession with dominate the Vim text editor (is a personal challenge). My goal is to became a full-stack developer I'm interested in learning HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, Python, and some frameworks in the future. Thank you, and let's start it ! (well, I'm waiting for my e-mail to start the classes, I just bought it) 😊
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    Hello, fellow Grandpa coder, you are not the only one Our life stories differs a lot, but there is one thing in common: our goals! (and age... 50+ in my case) Keep up the good work!
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    Hi, When you have enough post there is that ability. Stef
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