Sal Ash wrote:
but my output is like this, I am failing to break my formatting at exclamation mark, which seems to be a common point to reformat
Rocky Rocha wrote:Is there an easy way to do this?
salvin francis wrote:I mean dogs/cats/pigs/elephants/donkey to name a few.
Aside from cattle, many kinds of livestock provide milk used by humans for dairy products. These animals include buffalo, goat, sheep, camel, donkey, horse, reindeer and yak. The first four respectively produced about 11%, 2%, 1.4% and 0.2% of all milk worldwide in 2011.
In Russia and Sweden, small moose dairies also exist.
Swine are almost never milked... The main reasons for this are that milking a sow's numerous small teats is very cumbersome, and that sows can't store their milk as cows can.
Pete Letkeman wrote: the answer depends what the current problem your are trying to solve.
Joseph Anselm wrote:
eg: Few posts in the web say that Jython 2.5 supports python 2.5
Jython is an implementation of the Python language for the Java platform. Jython 2.7 implements the same language as CPython 2.7, and nearly all of the Core Python standard library modules. (CPython is the C implementation of the Python language.) Jython 2.7 uses the same regression test suite as CPython, with some minor modifications.
Joseph Anselm wrote:
Similarly I want to know the jython version that supports python 2.7.14 or more.
Randy Maddocks wrote:
Joe Ess wrote:(seriously, they had a terrible reputation)
Ok, still looks cool, but less than favourable in the reliability dept. Kind of like an Chrysler* engine in a Ferrari, eh?
Pete Letkeman wrote:Sometimes they get Hangry, which is when you get so hungry that you get angry.
Asher Max Schweigart wrote:I might be wrong here, but it looks like you've created a redirect loop.
Tim Holloway wrote: The "http" and "https" protocols are not hard-wired into ports, they're configured as part of the server.
Tim Holloway wrote:I would be seriously concerned if Tomcat knew the keystore password without one being coded in
By default, the pathname is the file ".keystore" in the operating system home directory of the user that is running Tomcat