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ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: in Python [Fixed]

ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: in Python [Fixed]

One conversion Python won't allow you to do is to convert a string structured as a floating point number (a number with a decimal point) to an integer.

Dec 26, 2022

How to Create Environment Variables Inside next.config.js File and Use them

How to Create Environment Variables Inside next.config.js File and Use them

You can put your environment variables in a next.config.js file
What is the HTML Role Attribute?

What is the HTML Role Attribute?

The role attribute is an important aspect of accessibility. Reading more about it in this article.

Dec 23, 2022

How to Add the lang Attribute to the Root of your Next JS Website without _document.js

How to Add the lang Attribute to the Root of your Next JS Website without _document.js

Add the lang attribute to the root of your Next JS website without creating a _document.js file
How to View the Page Source of a Website on a Phone

How to View the Page Source of a Website on a Phone

Learn how to view the page source of a website right on your mobile phone

Dec 20, 2022