But I then must re-test it in the browser. In that case, a thorough re-test is the only way to be sure. On the whole, though, it still saves time. That often happens when you copy a string into a clever text editor such as Slack and out again - I would just replace them with normal apostrophes. Hello, How do I solve this unicode error?
Thank you. Exporting csv with linked tables. So for now I have all labels without diacritics, but later I will have to change it. The u prefix works for me: self. Your Server-side code may be Python 3.
The differences are not major. He bet that his name would be known all over the Austria-Hungarian Empire within 3 years a vast piece of land at that time without inventing a new kind of suicide in fact, the people from Vienna were obviously well known for commiting suicide in very unorthodox ways. What he invented instead was nothing less than modern-day "tagging".
Joseph Kyselak - Wikipedia
Kyselak travelled all over Central Europe in leaving his name in bright red and black at each and every exposed place he could find. The tag "Kyselak" could soon be found everywhere.
He painted it on churches and castles, rocks and trees, bridges and obelisks. And in fact, within a year even his betting partners had to admit that Kyselak had indeed become very well known all over Austria and that he has won the bet.
But Kyselak could not stop. He started tagging buildings as soon as they were opened to the public.
Joseph Kyselak, 1799-1831: “Kyselak Was Here.”
He was even asked by the police not to paint his name to a new Bridge over the Danube until the public opening ceremony was over. Kyselak agreed and waited one more week until his well known signature could be found painted on the bridge. Kyselak can be seen as the father of modern-day tagging since he did not do anything but paint his name on a wall. He did not create pictures or symbols, his nickname was enough. As in modern-day graffiti viewers don't necessarily know what a tag means.
It is just a name without an additional information. And that, indeed, makes Kyselak an ancestor to nowaday's street culture. To make a long story short: Kyselak only became 31 years old.