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Last updated 2023-03-03 08:14:51

What Are Namespaces?

Namespaces refer to the act of creating a scope within which a set of code operates. Without namespaces, every part of your source code will have access to other unrelated parts. This means there is a chance for conflict within your codebase. For example, if you have the same variable na...

Last updated 2023-03-03 01:11:15

What Is Hashing?

Hashing is the process of altering or changing a piece of data into another form in an attempt to obfuscate it. A good example is hashing user passwords before storing them in the database. By hashing the password anyone with access to the database can only see the hashed version and no...

Last updated 2023-03-03 00:44:19

What Is A Constant Variable?

A constant variable is a variable that once defined cannot be changed throughout the execution of the source code. ...

Last updated 2023-03-03 00:19:11

What Is Exception Handling?

Exception handling is any piece of code you add to your software application to catch possible errors (expected or unexpected) within your software application. Most often a software application will come to a halt or break if it encounters an error. For this reason ...

Last updated 2023-03-02 23:56:53

What Is An Environment In Programming?

An environment in programming is a term used to describe everything from software to hardware needed to run a software system. This includes the state and specific configurations in which all these components need to be in to run the software. For example, say we wanted to make our web ...

Last updated 2023-02-26 15:55:50

What Is Upstream In Git?

Whenever you manage code collaboration using Git , you typically have the source code hosted using an online tool like ...