If you are a developer then fixing bugs takes time because you have to shift from terminal to your fav browser & then type your query. (and then in between you open reddit/twitter 😅 for some reason, which wanders your attention).
Line discipline handles things like backspace and also generates various signals for special characters like Ctrl + C/Z etc.
So if you work with Python all day, you already know about Virtual Environments.
The only problem with me 😅 is that I end up creating a lot of them when using and making my side-projects.
We know that there is a
activate script that can be used for this purpose.
go run runs the compiled binary directly.
The binaries are stored in a
temp work folder, to see where they are stored use the
os.Setenv() for reading and setting environment variables.
To find last modified file
find Documents/ -mtime -1
mtime means “Last Modification Time”
There are two ways I like (without any external dependency).
If you don’t know what next() in python means, the below code illustrates it.