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How to round a number to two decimal places in JavaScript

The rounding of numbers is an essential part of programming languages. Rounding refers to the process in which a number is made simpler, but its value is kept close to the initial value. It aids in estimating and utilizing a number according to the user’s needs. Users can, therefore, round numbers to 2 decimal places by using different methods in JavaScript. ...
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How to convert Column to DateTime in Pandas

Time series data are frequently encountered when working with data in Pandas, and we are aware that Pandas is an excellent tool for working with time-series data in Python. Using the to_datetime() and astype() functions in Pandas, you can convert a column (of a text, object, or integer type) to a datetime. Furthermore, if you’re reading data from an external source like CSV or Excel, you can specify the data type (for instance,...
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Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem – module resolution

📖 tl;dr: Whether you’re building, testing and/or linting JavaScript, module resolution is always at the heart of everything. Despite its central place in our tools, not much time has been spent on making that aspect fast. With the changes discussed in this blog post tools can be sped up by as much as 30%. In part 1 of this series… ...
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How to create Pandas DataFrame in Python

A 2-dimensional labeled data structure like a table with rows and columns is what the Pandas DataFrame is. The dataframe’s size and values are mutable or changeable. It is the panda thing that is used the most. There are various ways to generate a Pandas DataFrame. Let’s go over each method for creating a DataFrame one at a time. ...
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Changing Index in Pandas explained with examples

In a Pandas DataFrame, a row is uniquely identified by its Index. It is merely a label for a row. The default values, or numbers ranging from 0 to n-1, will be used if we don’t specify index values when creating the DataFrame, where n is the number of rows. ...
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