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What is perfect indentation in c ?

Please also explain the word indentation also

31st Dec 2021, 3:23 PM
Aman Singh
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I know next to nothing about certificates, but could it be a time zone issue? It's already 2022 in Indonesia, but not in the USA. Btw. I don't get any warnings.
31st Dec 2021, 6:43 PM
Simon Sauter
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Indent means to add spaces or tabs at the beginning of a line in a code. Outdent means to remove spaces or tabs at the beginning of a line in a code.
31st Dec 2021, 3:31 PM
Ipang
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Aman Singh, Apology for my comment, they shouldn't have bloated the primary discussion topic. But I just can't help to wonder why ...
1st Jan 2022, 8:19 AM
Ipang
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No such things as perfect. I've seen examples using either a tab, two spaces or four spaces as indentation.
1st Jan 2022, 9:03 PM
Sonic
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Martin Taylor, Sorry for late reply ... The last update I could get from the store was 96.0.4664.104 for mobile. But the odd thing is, even after update I still get that thing from Chrome. At first I also thought update was the issue, but now I'm not so sure anymore. Since I'm apparently alone, I've decided to leave this behind, it doesn't contribute to the discussion after all : )
2nd Jan 2022, 5:28 AM
Ipang
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Ipang I also use Chrome but I didn't see the error but after going to another browser I saw an error the that the Certificate is not from a Trusted Authority And I can see that the Certificate Authority is from Let's Encrypt. Those types of errors can come when you are using an older version of the web browser. That error indicates that the SSL certificate is signed or approved by a company that the browser does not trust. That means either the company, known as the certificate authority (CA), is not on the browser’s built-in list of trusted certificate providers or that the certificate was issued by the server itself. Certificates issued by the server are often referred to as self-signed certificates. https://blog.hubspot.com/website/fix-ssl-certificate-error
1st Jan 2022, 9:28 AM
MATOVU CALEB
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Martin, Idk why but while opening that NASA link, I get certificate warning from browsers ...
31st Dec 2021, 4:58 PM
Ipang
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Martin, I hope NASA isn't starting some country based distinction for such content : D
31st Dec 2021, 5:19 PM
Ipang
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** Putting on tin-foil hat. ** That's what they want you to believe. But have you noticed how "NASA" is just "NSA" with an additional "A"? ** Taking off tin-foil hat. **
31st Dec 2021, 5:26 PM
Simon Sauter
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Matovu Caleb, Yes I can follow that suggestion. But the question remains, why such warning come from site of a reputable org like NASA, while I can even access other sites without any such warning, even ones that runs on http (less secured ones).
1st Jan 2022, 8:17 AM
Ipang
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Martin, Unforrunately Chrome isn''t giving me the option to continue, the only button it is showing is one that says "Back to safety". I don't get such warning often (rather rare), and I was just joking about the country based ban thing. All sites I regularly visit don't give out such warning, so I was juat curious why from a reputable organization as NASA ...
31st Dec 2021, 5:44 PM
Ipang
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No there is no problem
31st Dec 2021, 6:55 PM
Aman Singh
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And I'm also not able to access that
31st Dec 2021, 6:56 PM
Aman Singh
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Ipang you can press on the advanced options you see and you will see the "continue anyway to www.abc.com"
1st Jan 2022, 7:04 AM
MATOVU CALEB
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Ipang maybe this helps: https://www.techuntold.com/fix-site-security-certificate-error/ Also, have you tried with a different browser?
2nd Jan 2022, 5:43 PM
Simon Sauter
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