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Stephen graduated from the University at Buffalo, with Bachelor's degrees in Finance and Information Systems. He has worked in the finance industry for over 20 years, developing software applications for accounting, budgeting and forecasting solutions. His most recent projects are developing web and mobile applications in the retail sector, where he is mainly involved with reporting projects using Spring technologies and Angular.

Python Comment

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In this article, we will learn how to use proper comments in our code. There are many reasons for documenting your code, and every language provides its own syntax for doing so. While it is always best practice to try and craft your variables, statements and objects to be as self-documenting as possible, there is always a need to explain ...

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Ternary Operator Java Example

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1. Introduction The word “ternary“, in mathematical terms, is an operation that takes 3 variables and, when combined, produces a single output. In Java, as in other languages such as JavaScript or Python, the ternary, or conditional operator, is the only operator that takes 3 operands and produces a value. In this example we will examine the syntax and the ...

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