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An identifier is a name used to identify a variable, function, class, module or other object. Literal is a notation for constant values of some built-in type. Literal can be string, plain integer, long integer, floating point number, imaginary number.
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Bridge is a network device which works in data link layer. Bridge connects two different LAN working on same protocol. Also In bridge, format of packet is not changed.
Gateway works in OSI model’s all layer. It converts the protocol. Gateway will settle for and transfer the packet across networks employing a completely different protocol. In gateway, format of packet is changed which oppose to the bridge.
|Basic||Bridge transmits the frames between two separated segments of LAN.||Gateway is a protocol converter.|
|Layer of Operation||Operates on two layers, physical and data link layer.||Operates on all the seven layer of OSI model.|
|Work||Checks the destination address on received frame and forward the frame to the address it belongs.||It allows two different network using different protocols to communicate with each other.|
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Arrange rows by column values. arrange() order the rows of a data frame rows by the values of selected columns. To sort by one column, you can use the SORT function or SORTBY function. In the example shown, data is sorted by the Group column. The formula in F5 is: =SORT(B5:D14,3) Notice data is sorted in ascending order (A-Z). group_by() is a great function for aggregation in the “dplyr” package. It's one of the five main “verbs” of the package along with select(), filter(), arrange() and mutate(). If you don't know dplyr well or these functions then go and learn them immediately.
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In computer programming, pandas is a software library written for the Python programming language for data manipulation and analysis. In particular, it offers data structures and operations for manipulating numerical tables and time series. It is free software released under the three-clause BSD license. NumPy provides the essential multi-dimensional array-oriented computing functionalities designed for high-level mathematical functions and scientific computation. Pandas: Pandas is one of the most widely used python libraries in data science. It provides high-performance, easy to use structures and data analysis tools.
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