Python dictionaries are flexible containers that map a key to a value. Knowing how to use dictionaries is an essential skill for the repertoire of any pythonist.
This blog covers a few notes on Python dictionaries which have helped me improve my
dict game. Much of it might be already familiar to you if are an (>=) intermediate level python programmer. But I still hope that you will enjoy this article and perhaps take away a thing or two.
I came across a problem while trying to use emojis in LaTeX, specifically in Overleaf. I was writing a paper on detecting hate speech in social media and wanted to give some examples of social media posts. But these examples contained emojis which wouldn’t render.
For instance, if I were to type “I am having a good day!😃😊” in Overleaf’s LaTeX editor, it would show up as “I am having a good day!����”. This is not what we want.
Some answers over StackOverFlow recommend using `LuaLaTeX` or `XeLaTeX`. If switching over to LuaLatex is no issue for you, then you…