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C++ Code Process

🖥️ Set up your dev workspace C++

In this article, I will show you how to setup your working environment for C++ Projects. Let’s get started: Create a folder named: HOME_DEV, ideally in : C:/ for Windows ~ for Linux /Users/${YOUR_NAME}/ for Mac Examples: – Windows: `C:/HOME_DEV/` – Linux: `~/HOME_DEV` – Mac: `/Users/${YOUR_NAME}/HOME_DEV` 💡 CLI: Run mkdir “/Users/${USER}/HOME_DEV” to create the folder. …

Code Encoding/Decoding

🖥️ Base64 Decoding

Understanding Base64 Decoding In the digital world, encoding schemes are used to convert data or information into a form that can be transmitted easily. One such encoding scheme is called Base64, which converts binary data into a set of characters. This article explains how Base64 decoding works and why it is useful. What is Base64 …

Anaconda Code

🖥️ .condarc Location Windows

The .condarc file is a configuration file for Conda, a cross-platform, language-agnostic binary package manager. .condarc lets you configure various aspects of Conda, such as the channels to search for packages, the location of the Conda environments, proxy settings, and so on. It is often located in the user’s home directory, but its location can …

Code

🖥️ Base64 Encoding

T# Understanding Base64 Encoding In the digital world, we often come across different types of codes that help us communicate information securely. One such code is called Base64 encoding. In this article, we will explain what Base64 encoding is and how it works in a way that is easy to understand. What is Base64 Encoding? …

AGI

🤖 Artificial General Intelligence

A brief story of LLama The LLaMA base model was released in February 2023 and has since seen a number of new fine-tuned models released. We will compare the LLaMA base model to the Alpaca, Vicuna, Koala-distill, GPT4-x-Alpaca, and WizardLM models. Model size: The LLaMA base model comes in four sizes: 7B, 13B, 33B, and …

Data Database

📦 What is MarkLogic Server ?

MarkLogic is a database that served to retrieve different types and heterogenous data. The data representations that MarkLogic uses are text, binary, JSON and XML. MarkLogic Speed Terabytes of data can be stored in a MarkLogic Database. According to the documentation found here, MarkLogic is able to deliver data are sub-second response time. Studies show …