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Solidity Control Structures and Functions

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Welcome to the fourth tutorial of our Solidity series! In this tutorial, we’ll explore control structures and functions in Solidity. Control structures allow us to control the flow of execution based on certain conditions, while functions provide a way to encapsulate reusable code.

If-Else Statements
If-else statements in Solidity allow us to make decisions based on certain […]

Kotlin Functions

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Welcome to the fifth tutorial of our Kotlin course! In this tutorial, we’ll delve into functions in Kotlin. Functions allow us to encapsulate reusable blocks of code, and modifiers provide a way to add conditions and restrictions to functions. Functions are the building blocks of any programming language, including Kotlin. They enable us to organize […]

Web3 Gaming

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Web3 gaming is a new type of gaming that uses blockchain technology to create a more immersive and rewarding experience for players. In web3 games, players own their in-game assets, which can be traded or used in other games. This creates a more open and transparent gaming ecosystem, where players have more control over their […]

Kotlin Control Flow

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Welcome to the fourth tutorial of our Kotlin course! In this tutorial, we’ll explore control flow structures in Kotlin. Control flow structures allow us to make decisions and repeat code based on specific conditions. We’ll cover conditional statements (if, else) and loops (for, while) in Kotlin.

Conditional Statements: if and else
Conditional statements are used to execute […]

Overview of the Solidity Course using Remix IDE

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These beginner Solidity tutorials will take you from having no prior programming experience to understanding Solidity in depth. These tutorials are designed for the Remix IDE, which is a popular web-based development environment for Ethereum smart contracts

Introduction to Smart Contracts and Ethereum
This tutorial provides an introduction to smart contracts and Ethereum, explaining the basic concepts […]

Setting up Remix to Learn Solidity

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Welcome to the second tutorial of our Solidity course! In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through setting up the Remix IDE and configuring the Solidity compiler. Remix is a powerful web-based integrated development environment specifically designed for writing, testing, and deploying smart contracts on the Ethereum network.

Accessing Remix IDE

Introduction to Smart Contracts and Ethereum

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Welcome to the first tutorial of our Solidity course! In this tutorial, we’ll introduce you to the fascinating world of smart contracts and Ethereum. Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into code. They facilitate, verify, and enforce the performance of agreements between multiple parties without the need for […]

Solidity Variables and Data Types

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Here’s the third tutorial focusing on Solidity Basics: Variables and Data Types. In this tutorial, we’ll dive into the exciting world of Solidity variables and data types.

Solidity, as you may know, is a programming language specifically designed for creating smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. It provides us with the tools and capabilities to build decentralized […]

Kotlin variables and data types

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In this tutorial, we’ll dive into variables, data types, and type inference in Kotlin. We’ll cover how to declare variables, assign values, and perform basic operations. Variables are used to store and manipulate data in a program. They act as named containers that hold values. In Kotlin, variables can be declared using the val and var […]

Introduction to Kotlin

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In this tutorial, we’ll provide an overview of Kotlin as a programming language. We’ll explore its features, and benefits compared to other languages, and set up a Kotlin development environment in Android Studio. Kotlin is a modern programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). It was developed by JetBrains with the goal of […]