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Tutor profile: Guillermo R.

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Guillermo R.
Computer Science Student and Web developer at Berea College
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Subject: Web Development

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What is the difference between GET and POST HTTP methods?

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Answer:

Because GET parameters are part of the URL they can be cached, bookmarked while the POST requests can not. The GET method is most often used to retrieve data while POST is used update/insert actions.

Subject: Python Programming

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Does python get compiled or interpret?

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Python is an interpreted language which means that it is run on a virtual machine. This means that the language is passed line by line through an interpreter which then converts the line into machine code and executes it..

Subject: Databases

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What is an Entity-Relationship Model used for?

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The Entity-Relationship Model is a representation of "entities" and their relationship to one another. An example would be trying to design a database for a company that handles orders for customers. "order" and "customer" would be entities and their relationship to one another would be added as lines.

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