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is a versatile and high-performance open-source key-value store that has gained immense popularity in recent years. It is widely used for caching, data storage, and real-time analytics. provides a ri...
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In the fast-paced world of web , remains a dominant force. Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting out, having a reliable JavaScript compiler is essential. Thanks to the wonders of the ...
Added  Sep 07, 12:12 pm Views 21
Introduction In the age of data-driven decision-making , the has emerged as a powerful tool for data analysis, statistical modeling, and visualization. Whether you're a data scientist, statistic...
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In this article, we will learn how to create pagination in php. To create pagination in PHP, you will need to do the following steps: Here's an example code that implements pagination in PHP:
// total number of records
$total_records = 1000;

// number of records per page
$records_per_page = 10;

// calculate total number of pages
$total_pages = ceil($total_records / $records_pe...
Added  Mar 10, 02:07 pm Views 117
In PHP, you can retrieve certain system information from the client's machine using the $_SERVER superglobal variable and other PHP functions. Here are some examples: The user agent string con...
$user_agent = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'];
echo "User Agent: $user_agent";
Added  Mar 04, 01:17 pm Views 111
In PHP, you can retrieve the MAC address of the client machine using the following steps: Here's an example code snippet that demonstrates this process: Note that this method relies o...
$mac = '';

// Execute the arp command and extract the MAC address
$arp_output = `arp -a $ip`;
$arp_lines = explode("\n", $arp_output);
foreach ($ar...
Added  Mar 04, 12:59 pm Views 122
PHP provides a range of network-related functions that can be used to communicate over various protocols such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, and more. Here are some of the most commonly used PHP network function...
Added  Feb 28, 01:48 pm Views 109
In this article you will learn what is setinterval and settimeout and what is defference between them with example. SetInterval is used to execute a function repeatedly at a specified inte...
let count = 0;

function incrementCount() {
  console.log(`The count is now ${count}.`);

setInterval(incrementCount, 1000); // executes the incrementCount function every second
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You should use time method with localtime() and strftime() function for formatting time:-
#include <stdio.h>
#include <time.h>

int main() {
    time_t t = time(NULL);
    struct tm *tm = localtime(&t);
    char time_str[9]; // buffer to hold formatted time string
Added  Feb 17, 12:18 am Views 116
A dynamic URL is a URL that can change based on many factors. To create a dynamic URL in HTML, you can use a combination of HTML, JavaScript, and PHP. Here's an example of how you might create ...
<a href="" id="dynamic-link">Click here</a>

var link = document.getElementById("dynamic-link");
function makeid(length) {
    let result = '...
Added  Feb 13, 02:27 pm Views 122