How important is geography in determining why some countries are rich and others are poor?
Geography is a broad subject that draws from multiple fields. It involves studying the physical properties and terrains on the Earth’s surface, including mountains, valleys, rivers, oceans, and forests, among others (Holt-Jensen 10). Geography also includes the study of features and resources within the Earth’s crust and below the Earth’s surface, such as minerals and valuable materials, along with the relationship between humans and the environment in which they live (11). In multiple ways, geography is essential in explaining why some countries are rich and others are poor.
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An array is considered to be balanced if it can be divided into two parts so that the sum of the elements of the left-hand side is equal to the sum of the elements of the right-hand side. For example, the array [1, 1, 1, 2, 1] can be divided into two parts: [1, 1, 1] and [2, 1]. The sum of the elements of both parts is equal to 3, thus, the array is balanced. Continue reading
Write a Java program that takes an array as an input and returns all arrays with three elements from this input that form a zero sum. Continue reading
1. Set up the latest Spring Core and Sprint MVC. Version: 5.0.8.RELEASE. Use variables in pom.xml.
2. Create a simple IndexController that returns the plain text “Hello” for any request. Use the Java configuration instead of xml configuration. Continue reading
An IP address conflict occurs when two computers in a network are assigned the same IP address. When this happens, it renders one or both computers unable to connect to a network resource or perform other network operations. Almost all operating systems notify the user via pop-up notification when an IP conflict is detected with another computer. This network problem, although rare, is a very real issue to end-users and network administrators. Continue reading
Hello World Using HTML and CSS
This tutorial is about creating an outstanding web page using HTML and CSS. While simple HTML allows you to place different components in the appropriate order, CSS (which stands for Cascading Style Sheets) turns a simple page into a thing of beauty by adding some style to it. Continue reading
In this sample, the basic script of processing login information will be presented using plain HTML and PHP. Continue reading
Python IDEs: IDLE and PyCharm
As usual, there is no single answer on what IDE is the best for Python. There are many of them, and each is good for certain purposes. In this tutorial, PyCharm and IDLE will be discussed and compared. Continue reading
Python Graphics With Turtle
The turtle module in Python is a very simple tool for creating various objects and animations. The idea behind this name is based on real life: a turtle can go forward, backward, right, or left, and when doing so it leaves a trail. It is possible to command a turtle to take up its tail, though no footprint will be visible. In fact, these two sentences explain how everything works here, so let’s see how far we can get. Continue reading
Java Web: Servlets, JSP, MySQL
In this sample, we present a program using servlets, Java Server Pages (JSPs), and a connection to the MySQL database. The database is called “Student” and has one table with the same name. The program in Java allows us to add a new student, delete an old student, and update existing ones, and shows all students that are in the database. Continue reading