Loops are a type of control flow structure in programming in which a series of statements may be executed repeatedly until some condition is met.
It takes an array of integers as a parameter, and very simply sums all the values and returns the sum. We can use recursion for this.
Conditional Statements are used to decide the flow of execution of a program or code in Python. It's like telling your program, "Hey, do this particular thing if it meets this condition, or if it doesn't". In Python, conditional statements are handled with "IF"
I have a primary and secondary sms service for my app. If the primary fails, for any issue, I want to default to the secondary service.
I am trying to download a bunch of files and rename them as I go. the download portion works correctly, but i can't get it to rename the files. This is the script I'm using:
I am trying to utilize the Math.Cos() function in c# to print a range of of values from 0 to 2pi increasing by .1pi, so 20 iterations. The problem is I cannot get my x value to change as the for loop is executing.
What I want to do is to first check whether there's a value in my Firebase database, if there isn't then add it. My database looks like this:
My dataset consists of scores and total respondents for questions asked in a survey, over a number of fiscal years (FY13, FY14 & FY15) and in different regions.
I'm creating a script to rotate my backups, one important part of this script is to find the files based on certain criteria and then move them or erase them.
Got this simple example: