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How to Check If a SQL String Column Has Arabic Characters in MSSQL

There are multiple ways to find Arabic characters in Microsoft SQL Server, below are some examples: If You Want to Select Only Arabic Characters in MSSQL Column For example, if you want to filter ‘تجربة’, you can filter the column using a regular expression like so: This will filter the column for any character thatContinue reading “How to Check If a SQL String Column Has Arabic Characters in MSSQL”

Speech Recognition using Python: A Beginner’s Guide

“Hey Alexa” “Yes, daddy 🤓” “Add milk to my cart” “Milk added to your cart 🤓“ Ever wonder how Google Assistant, Amazon’s Alexa, and Apple’s Siri seamlessly understand what you’re saying and even respond with actions? These tools are using something called automatic speech recognition or ASR. In this tutorial, we will briefly explain whatContinue reading “Speech Recognition using Python: A Beginner’s Guide”

Boost Your .Net Debugging Skills With These 7 Tricks

Writing code is easy. Handling messy code in other people’s libraries, investigating unreproduced scenarios in strict production environments, now that will 100% guarantee you gray hairs and a long-lasting burnout. Not unless you equip yourself with ninja-level debugging skills that I’m about to show you. The blog delves into various reverse engineering and debugging techniquesContinue reading “Boost Your .Net Debugging Skills With These 7 Tricks”

Create a Reverse Proxy Using .Net 6 Web API and Swagger

In this tutorial, we’re going to create a .Net Core application that will act as a reverse proxy forwarding requests to one or more swagger-supported API endpoints. You will find the source code for this tutorial here: SOURCE The Problem There are many cases where you require to forward requests to one or more endpoints,Continue reading “Create a Reverse Proxy Using .Net 6 Web API and Swagger”

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