Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Although I watch around half to one lecture every few days (used to be everyday), I feel like I am losing touch with the programming I did last semester. What I mostly do in the vacation does not involve as many "critical thinking" type of algorithms.

Because the back-end of the website is incomplete, I am adding data to the database manually. I am too tired to check rigorously if the data is copied over correctly (from a .sql file to a .rb file). I managed to google for a solution to "div" every fixed number of elements. It was such a simple solution, I think I would have been able to see it if it was not in the context of a website because the solution was a nested loop.

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