What happens behind the scenes when we type google.com in a browser?
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When you just press “g” the browser receives the event and the entire auto-complete machinery kicks into high gear…
Hey there, these ways are mostly used by #GSoC (Google Summer of Code) students while participating on different projects by list of organisations!
I have personally realised this,while working on a project on github :-)
When I started competitive coding, a friend of mine asked me to use
using namespace std
before the main code. I started doing that, without actually understanding what it really does. Oh! I knew one thing though. If we do not use that line, we have to write
std::string etc. So, I followed the template and saved myself from the trouble of that extra writing.
But C++ is awesome, and so are namespaces. So, let us explore this wonderful feature which C++ offers us.
Namespaces are declarative regions for logical groups. Now, I know this may sound complex! …
As we know that whenever a client sends a request to the server, the server responds with a status code with the response. While some of the status codes like 404, 200, 503 are so well known, there are some which are rarely used and seldom talked about.
One such family is the 1XX status codes, which are the informational status codes.
Before we dive into the specific codes, let us see what these 1XX codes are. As the name suggests, they are informational codes. Unlike the other status code families, they are sent before the actual regular response. …