Tag: Technical writing

The power of the return code

    The correct handling of return values made my life as a programmer much easier. That is the whole purpose of their creation. I can write code that will check itself and will notice if any step of any program failed or produced an undesired result, and act accordingly. Checking the return values allows a
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Python examples

    I had a lot of fun doing Python exercises for an online training course I took. Here are several of them that could be useful if somebody else is learning Python (or programming). Double click on the code to get the code in plain text. [crayon-5c9ab20e94a0c764579518/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a13806954905/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a17889393162/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a1a198241959/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a1f169494825/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a22241833615/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a25315069383/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a28794380359/] [crayon-5c9ab20e94a2b140810801/]
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Troubleshooting IBM Installation Manager

    Sometimes, when you try to run IBM Installation Manager (IM), you may get an error like this: [crayon-5c9ab20e95236991632601/]     This is due to IM not being able to run because the server does not have a proper graphical environment configured. The most probable reason for this is because GTK2 is not installed. IM is
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