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How do I vertically center text with CSS?

To vertically center text with CSS, there are a few different approaches you can use depending on the layout and structure of your HTML elements. Using Flexbox: One of the easiest and most common methods is to use Flexbox, which allows you to align items vertically and horizontally within a container. You can achieve this by setting the display property...

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What does "Could not find or load main class" mean?

"Could not find or load main class" is an error message that often appears in Java when the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is unable to locate or load the main class of a Java application. This error can occur for a variety of reasons, including: Incorrect classpath: The classpath is a list of directories and JAR files that the JVM...

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Message 'src refspec master does not match any' when pushing commits in Git

The error message "src refspec master does not match any" in Git typically means that you are trying to push changes to a branch that does not exist on the remote repository. This can happen if you haven't created the branch on the remote repository or if you are pushing to the wrong branch. Here are some possible solutions to...

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What is a NullPointerException, and how do I fix it?

A NullPointerException is a common error in Java and other programming languages. It occurs when you try to use a reference variable that has a null value. In other words, you are trying to call a method or access a field on an object that doesn't exist. Here's an example of how a NullPointerException can occur in Java: String name...

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How do you format code in Visual Studio Code (VSCode)?

Here are a few ways to format code in Visual Studio Code (VSCode): Using the built-in formatting shortcut: If your code is in a supported language, you can use the built-in formatting shortcut to format the code. The shortcut is usually Shift + Alt + F on Windows and Shift + Option + F on Mac. Alternatively, you can right-click in...

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