How to Build a Relevant Auto Generating Tags Recommendation Model in Python One of the most important features of any blog or website is its ability to recommend relevant tags to users. This not only helps users find related content easily, but it also improves the overall user experience. In this blog post, we’ll show… Read More How to build relevant auto generating tags recommendation model in python
I was making a new path for pages on my site and was trying to figure out how to path to my stylesheet and images cleanly. Here’s an element that shows my problem: <link rel="stylesheet" href="/src/styles.css"> My local copy of my site is hosted here at "E:/Documents/WEBSITE", the local page I’m trying to link the… Read More relative src and href paths work live but not local
None of the threads close to the topic that I could find (like this one) helped me so far. I have a C++ program that reads some data from a file, runs pretty complex and intensive operations and then writes outputs to new files. When I let the process run for few hours, here are… Read More Trying to understand why my C++ program is slowing down after running for long time
I have an array of arrays as so: $bookPages = array( "page-1-name" => array( "page_title" => "Search results", "page_name" => "search" ) , "page-2-name" => array( "page_title" => "Front Cover | HCDP", "page_name" => "cover" ) ) I am looping through to get the content each array like the "page_title" using a foreach. foreach (… Read More How to get the name of each array as you loop through an array of arrays php
I got a google add-on, and I am making an email, with a form, but I don’t know how to send there answer to a server, or if possible, send there answer as a reply to the email, and make it to where the question is required, and also have addresses suggested while there typing… Read More How do I set a form to send the response somewhere?
I have two python lists: a_list = [1, 2, 3] b_list = [4, 5, 6] How can I do the following: create new text file —> convert lists to json string —> write lists into the file (each list should have its own line in the file) —> open the file —> read each line… Read More How to write multiple lists into a text file where each list is written into a new line?
This question is most likely common and has been asked before. So, after spending a mind-numbing 30 minutes trying to find the solution to what I believe is a false negative, I’m resulting to posting my issue here. I’m relatively new to C++ Coding and figured I’d create a simple random item generator. Unfortunately, when… Read More Resolving potential false negative C6385 Error in C++