Git svn

Git svn These days, a majority of projects still use the modules associated with Subversions to manage and deploy their source files. It’s quite okay because you should never change a running system. To bring users from Subversion to Git without changing the...

How to combine two columns in Python

How to combine two columns in Python While working with Python, the programmer may often require to combine two columns into a new single-column present with the same data frame. For example, one may wish to join two Python columns holding the birthday year and birth...

How to merge first and last name in Excel

How to merge first and last name in Excel Excel is a one-stop solution for many users for their day-to-day data manipulation and storing needs. Excel worksheets are widely used for storing information regarding various departments and groups of people, including...

Full Form of RTGS

Full Form of RTGS We all have heard the term RTM either by processing a significant amount of transactions or have come across this term in books or banks. It is also a recurring concept that is present in the economic section of UPSC. Despite being so popular many of...

Git Filter Branch

Git Filter Branch Overview Here, you would be learning about Git filter-branch command. Before proceeding, let’s discuss some points. The Git filter-branch is destructive. The untouched commits may end up having different object names so that your new branch is...

DevOps Automation

DevOps Automation: As we know that the DevOps is a result of cultural exploration and automation. DevOps should not be confused with only automation. DevOps is a large set of activities in a culture with automation included. DevOps automation is achieved by following...

Volatile in C

Volatile in C: Volatile keyword in C lets the compiler know that the variable’s value might change at any point in time due to many external conditions, and the change is not only a result of the program’s control flow. The compiler associated will not...

Infinite Loop in C

Infinite Loop in C: “Infinite loop,” as the name suggests, refers to an endless loop. It is a sequence of instructions that will not end unless an external intervention happens. In other words, it is a loop that iterates indefinitely and does end. It is also known as...

Difference between Compiler and Interpreter

Compiler Vs. Interpreter |Difference between Compiler and Interpreter As we know, a computer can only understand the machine language or machine code, which is written in the form 0 and 1s, but human understands and usually writes the code into the high-level language...

COA: Memory Organization: Cache Memory

Memory Organization: Cache Memory Introduction: As we read previously, the concept of locality of reference introduces cache memory. Cache memory is a type of memory from where data is accessed by the CPU very frequently. Let’s understand this concept with an...

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