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Interaction between two smart contracts in Solidity means invoking functions of one contract from another contract so that we can use the content of one… Read More
In Solidity, the term “bytes” refers to a dynamically-sized byte array. Solidity provides two types of byte arrays: fixed-size arrays (called “bytesN”, where N is… Read More
Solidity is a programming language that is used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. Smart contracts are self-executing contracts that run on the… Read More
Function in Solidity is a set of code that performs a specific task. The function provides reusability of code in smart contracts. In Solidity, functions… Read More
Converting data types in Solidity requires explicit conversions. When working with incompatible data formats, this is beneficial. Solidity explicitly converts values via casting operations. To… Read More
Integers help store numbers in smart contracts. Solidity provides two types of integers: Signed Integers: Signed integers can hold both positive and negative values, ranging… Read More
Solidity is a high-level, statically-typed programming language for Ethereum smart contracts. Python, JavaScript, and C++ impact it. Solidity has several variable and value assignment operators.… Read More
Comments are an important aspect of programming as they help in providing clarity and understanding to the code. They allow developers to document the code… Read More
Solidity references store and modify complicated data structures including arrays, structs, maps, and strings. These data types hold a reference to the data’s memory or… Read More
Variable scope is an essential concept in Solidity, the programming language for Ethereum smart contracts. Solidity has various types of variables with different scopes, such… Read More
Solidity is a programming language specifically designed for developing smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. It is a high-level, statically-typed language with syntax and features… Read More
Any variable created at the contract level is called the state variable (variables that aren’t inside a function) and it is stored permanently on the… Read More
Global variables in Solidity are predefined variables available in any function or contract. These variables reveal blockchain, contract, and transaction data. Some common global variables… Read More
In solidity do while loop is similar to the other programming languages firstly it won’t check the condition it executes the program at least once… Read More
This is the most compact way of looping. It takes three arguments separated by a semi-colon to run. The for loop includes three most important… Read More