Once you’ve learned one programming language or programming tool, it’s pretty easy to get into another similar one. Sometimes, though, the fine differences are hard to remember. Hyperpolyglot is an awesome tool for looking up the differences and similarities between programming languages and tools.
In addition to comparing popular interpreted languages as shown above, Hyperpolyglot also covers C++ style languages, GUI scripting languages, Unix shells’ commands, text editors, relationship databases, and more categories.
It’s a good site to have bookmarked when it’s the middle of the night and your brain is fried and you can’t remember whether to write "String," "string," or "str."
Web: If you’re a regular Google Keep user, you might have missed a (relatively) new feature in the app. If you paste an image into a note, Google lets you convert the image into editable text.
Open the note with the image and click the three dot overflow menu button. Pick "Grab image text" and the text from that image shows up underneath it on that same note. The OCR engine needs an internet connection to do its magic, but it works quite well.
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