• Has my facebook acc been hacked?

    6 answers · Facebook · 6 hours ago
  • Why is the internet full of ****?

    I can’t find happiness on the internet. What The internet DOES have is not interesting to me. I don’t like it
    I can’t find happiness on the internet. What The internet DOES have is not interesting to me. I don’t like it
    7 answers · Other - Internet · 20 hours ago
  • Will it piss you off if from now on I include a video with every question I ask?

    Best answer: Nope. God, I forgot that game existed.
    Best answer: Nope. God, I forgot that game existed.
    5 answers · YouTube · 4 days ago
  • Basic python question?

    Best answer: The idea in python is that s[:12] gives you the first 12 characters. That is quite convenient. So, s[:12] is s[0], s[1], ..., s[11]. It gives you the 1st (s[0]), 2nd (s[1]), 3rd (s[2]), ..., 12th (s[11]) characters of s. s[:12] is implicitly s[0:12]. That is quite logical too. If you want to start from the 3rd... show more
    Best answer: The idea in python is that s[:12] gives you the first 12 characters. That is quite convenient.
    So, s[:12] is s[0], s[1], ..., s[11]. It gives you the 1st (s[0]), 2nd (s[1]), 3rd (s[2]), ..., 12th (s[11]) characters of s.

    s[:12] is implicitly s[0:12]. That is quite logical too.

    If you want to start from the 3rd character (s[2]), and finish at the 12th character (s[11]) you use s[2:12].
    Or, for your example, to extract the 2nd character (s[1]), the 3rd (s[2]), 4th (s[3]) and 5th (s[4]), you need to use s[1:5].

    So, you see, those rules (1st bound included, last one not included; index starting at 0) may seem illogical, but in fact, they are very logical.

    Another way to put it is to say that
    s[A:B]
    gives the B first characters of s but the A first characters.
    (hence, if you just want the B first characters of s, you can use s[0:B] or s[:B]; if you want all characters of s, but the A first, you can use s[A:])

    Same logic goes for range; you know, as in "for i in range(10)":
    it iterates i through the first 10 integers, starting with 0. So 0, 1, 2 ... 9. 10 is excluded.
    if you specify two boundaries, like in range(5,10), it means also "iterates through the 10 first integers, but skip the 5 first". range(10) is just an alias of range(0,10) "iterates through the 10 first integers, but skip the 0 first"

    Another reason why this is convenient (first included, last excluded), is because the number of iterations is then obvious

    for i in range(5, 12) iterates 12-5 times = 7
    No +1 or -1, here.
    Likewise s[5:12] contains 12-5=7 characters.

    Again another, it makes it easier to split in two parts.
    s is the concatenation of s[:5], s[5:12], s[12:33], s[33:]
    No characters are forgotten or counted twice in that splitting (s[5] is part of s[5:12], but not of s[:5]; s[12] is part of s[12:33] but not of s[5:12], etc)"
    4 answers · Programming & Design · 4 days ago
  • Is it ever okay for a teacher to post a video of their class on their private facebook page?

    Best answer: bring it up to a counselor at the school. or a district official.
    Best answer: bring it up to a counselor at the school. or a district official.
    10 answers · Facebook · 3 days ago
  • MicroSD card wont work?

    It was working fine, now it doesn't work at all. When I put it in nothing happens. I tried 2 different computers and I put it in my phone but nothing happens like I never put one in. How do I fix it plz I had a lot of important stuff in that card
    It was working fine, now it doesn't work at all. When I put it in nothing happens. I tried 2 different computers and I put it in my phone but nothing happens like I never put one in. How do I fix it plz I had a lot of important stuff in that card
    7 answers · Add-ons · 3 days ago
  • Whats a Millennial?

    Best answer: Someone born early 80s to late 90s.

    1981 to 1996...it can go up to 1999.
    Best answer: Someone born early 80s to late 90s.

    1981 to 1996...it can go up to 1999.
    7 answers · Google · 3 days ago
  • Are there any video tutorials on YouTube that show us how to tie a noose?

    Best answer: if youre asking this question nnaybe you should see a counselor and get sonne help
    Best answer: if youre asking this question nnaybe you should see a counselor and get sonne help
    5 answers · YouTube · 2 days ago
  • Should I let my 13yr old son watch spongebob?

    Best answer: I watched it and turned out normal
    Best answer: I watched it and turned out normal
    4 answers · YouTube · 19 hours ago
  • Is there a way to hide mac address from a wifi network?

    I want to hide my phone Mac address
    I want to hide my phone Mac address
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 2 days ago
  • Can I print from anywhere with a wireless printer? Read more below?

    I live in the northeast but will be traveling to Florida next week and will still be working from my laptop. I will need to print documents to my office in the northeast for my employees. Is there a way to print from anywhere? I have a wireless Canon MF733Xdw printer and a Dell laptop. Any advice would be helpful.... show more
    I live in the northeast but will be traveling to Florida next week and will still be working from my laptop. I will need to print documents to my office in the northeast for my employees. Is there a way to print from anywhere? I have a wireless Canon MF733Xdw printer and a Dell laptop. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you.
    4 answers · Printers · 22 hours ago
  • Best CPU for LGA775 Socket?

    4 answers · Desktops · 22 hours ago
  • How much ram?

    Best answer: According to HP's page, it supports up to 8 GB of DDR2 RAM running at 800 Mhz. Though since that computer is over a decade old, it probably really isn't worth upgrading to that much.
    Best answer: According to HP's page, it supports up to 8 GB of DDR2 RAM running at 800 Mhz. Though since that computer is over a decade old, it probably really isn't worth upgrading to that much.
    5 answers · Desktops · 2 days ago
  • Should I start my own youtube channel?

    Even side I was 17 I have always wanted to start my own youtube channel but I have been To scared to do so. I have been leaving It for the past 5 years because I am really scared to start my channel in case I fail and people will bully me for having a channel If you have a youtube channel or do not have a... show more
    Even side I was 17 I have always wanted to start my own youtube channel but I have been To scared to do so. I have been leaving It for the past 5 years because I am really scared to start my channel in case I fail and people will bully me for having a channel If you have a youtube channel or do not have a youtube channel what advice would you give to me.
    4 answers · YouTube · 1 day ago
  • Can you delete my face book acct?

    4 answers · Facebook · 1 day ago