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  2. Snippet (programming) - Wikipedia

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    Snippet is a programming term for a small region of re-usable source code, machine code, or text. Ordinarily, these are formally defined operative units to incorporate into larger programming modules. Snippet management is a feature of some text editors, program source code editors, IDEs, and related software.

  3. Talk:Turtle graphics - Wikipedia

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    Python code snippets. There was a copy of this code snippet pasted multiple times into the page: import turtle wd=turtle.Screen() a=turtle.Turtle() a.speed(0) a.tracer(False) for i in range (1,140): a.pensize(2) a.left(0.8) a.forward(6*i) a.left(90) turtle.exitonclick()

  4. Talk:Pearson hashing - Wikipedia

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    One code snippet is sufficient - the pseudocode is enough to clearly demonstrate the principle of the algorithm; It's redundant - the Python snippet implements the algorithm in precisely the same way as the pseudocode; Precedent on most algorithm articles is to remove duplicate code examples in different languages if there's already one ...

  5. CudaText - Wikipedia

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    Plugin: Any Python-based extension. Snippets: Set of files, which adds code "snippets" for some language, used with Snippets plugin. Color theme: Set of colors for CudaText interface and its lexers. Translation: Data file to support app localization to some language.

  6. Talk:Random password generator - Wikipedia

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    I noticed that the python code snippet that samples the OS entropy pool will never use the same character twice. I'm pretty sure this is bad as this reduces the search space for a brute force attack. By my calculation the search space is reduced from 62 10 {\displaystyle 62^{10}} to 62 ! / ( 62 − 10 ) ! {\displaystyle 62!/(62-10)!} or 8.4 × ...

  7. Pyjs - Wikipedia

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    The DOM.py model library is an abstraction layer - a thin layer of Python on top of JavaScript code snippets - use of which provides access to the full Document Object Model of the target browser platform. As with any compiler, the JavaScript snippets are treated as inline assembler.

  8. Scope (computer science) - Wikipedia

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    For example, in the snippet of Python code on the right, two functions are defined: square and sum_of_squares. square computes the square of a number; sum_of_squares computes the sum of all squares up to a number. (For example, square(4) is 4 2 = 16, and sum_of_squares(4) is 0 2 + 1 2 + 2 2 + 3 2 + 4 2 = 30.)