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  1. CouldnoT

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    Good day people By the way, If know this song, you have a good taste according to me.
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    Trim function This function is used to remove spaces from the start and the end of strings. If we have a string that contains the text ' Hello ' it will be 'Hello' after using this function. We can not display spaces in a terminal window unless we put characters between them. Look at the example below: program TrimStr; uses cthreads, Classes, SysUtil var Line: string; begin Line:= ' Hello '; Writeln('<', Line, '>'); Line:= Trim(Line); Writeln('<', Line, '>'); Readln; end. In the foregoing example, we have used the unit SysUtils, which contains the Trim function. There are another two functions that remove spaces from only one side of a string, before/after. These functions are: TrimRight, TrimLeft.
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    StringReplace function The StringReplace function replaces characters or substrings with other characters or substrings in the desired string. program StrReplace; uses cthreads, Classes, SysUtils; var Line: string; Line2: string; begin Line:= 'This is a test for string replacement'; Line2:= StringReplace(Line, ' ', '-', [rfReplaceAll]); Writeln(Line); Writeln(Line2); Readln; end. The parameters of the StringReplace function are: 1. Line : This is the original string that we need to modify. 2. ' ' : This is the substring that we need to replace. It is space in this example. 3. '-' : This is the alternative substring that we want to replace the previous one in original string. 4. [rfReplaceAll] : This is the replacement type. In this case we need to replace all occurrence of the space substring. We can use only one string variable and discard the variable Line2 as modified example shows, but we will lose the original text value: var Line: string; begin Line:= 'This is a test for string replacement'; Writeln(Line); Line:= StringReplace(Line, ' ', '-', [rfReplaceAll]); Writeln(Line); Write('Press enter key to close'); Readln; end.
  7. Samuel L. Jackson to Play Nick Fury in New Marvel Disney Plus Series Samuel L. Jackson is set to reprise the role of Nick Fury in a new Marvel series currently in development at Disney Plus, Variety has learned exclusively from sources. The exact plot details of the show are being kept under wraps, but multiple sources say Jackson is attached to star with Kyle Bradstreet attached to write and executive produce. Like all the other Marvel shows at Disney Plus, Marvel Studios will produce. Reps for Jackson, Bradstreet, and Disney did not immediately respond to Variety‘s request for comment. Jackson famously portrayed Fury, the monocular head of the clandestine government agency S.H.I.E.L.D, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe going back to the post-credits scene in the first “Iron Man” film in 2008. He has appeared in multiple films within the MCU since, most recently portraying Fury in “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” “Avengers: Endgame,” and “Captain Marvel.” He also played the character in two episodes of the ABC series “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” SPOILER ALERT: The last time fans saw Fury was in the post-credits scene of “Far From Home,” where he was onboard a Skrull ship somewhere in deep space. Jackson is one of the most iconic actors of modern times. He is known for his frequent collaborations with Quentin Tarantino, most notably Jackson’s Oscar nominated performance in “Pulp Fiction.” The two went on to work together on films such as “Jackie Brown,” “The Hateful Eight,” and “Django Unchained.” He has also worked with Spike Lee on multiple films, including “Do the Right Thing,” “School Daze,” “Mo’ Better Blues,” “Jungle Fever,” and “Chi-Raq.” Jackson is also known for his roles in films like the “Star Wars” prequel trilogy, “Snakes on a Plane,” “Unbreakable” and the recent followup “Glass,” and “Coach Carter.” The Nick Fury series would mark the first regular television role of his career. He is repped by ICM, Anonymous Content, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman. Bradstreet most recently worked as a writer and executive producer on the Emmy-winning USA Network series “Mr. Robot.” His other credits include “Borgia,” “Berlin Station,” and “Copper.” He is repped by UTA. Should the project go to series — which seems highly likely — it would be the latest big budget Marvel show to get the greenlight at Disney Plus from Kevin Feige’s Marvel Studios. “WandaVision” is supposed to drop later this year, with “The Falcon and Winter Soldier” and “Loki” on deck for 2021. It was also recently reported that Tatiana Maslany is attached to star in the “She-Hulk” series in the works at the streamer. Other Marvel shows in the works include “Hawkeye,” “Moon Knight,” and “Ms. Marvel.” variety.com
  8. ‘A World of Calm’ Trailer: Soothing HBO Max Series Sets October Release Date It’s usually not a good sign when a television show puts you to sleep, but that’s part of the appeal of HBO Max’s upcoming “A World of Calm,” which will has announced a release date on October 1. WarnerMedia also dropped the trailer for the star-studded series, which you can watch below. The series, an adaptation of the popular Calm app that boasts a variety of relaxation and sleep aid-focused stories, features the voices of Mahershala Ali, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Idris Elba, Oscar Isaac, Nicole Kidman, Zoë Kravitz, Lucy Liu, Cillian Murphy, Keanu Reeves, and Kate Winslet. WarnerMedia has billed the series as “a timely antidote for our modern lives, each half-hour episode takes audiences on an immersive visual journey into another world. Each relaxing tale is designed to transform how you feel. Transporting the viewer into tranquility through scientifically-engineered narratives, enchanting music and astounding footage, to naturally calm your body and soothe the mind. Each story is brought to life by a different iconic voice and will take viewers on a journey everywhere from a noodle maker’s kitchen in Seattle, to the forests of Latvia, and beyond our solar system to the outer stretches of the universe.” “A World of Calm” is executive produced by Nicola Moody, Michael Acton Smith, Chris Advansun, and Nutopia CEO and founder Jane Root. Sara Brailsford and Fiona Caldwell serve as co-executive producers and the series is co-produced by Calm and Nutopia. The San Fransisco-based Calm company was founded in 2012 and has produced various apps and books for relaxation and sleep aid. The upcoming “A World of Calm” marks the company’s first television show and an unusual departure from most streaming service fare; WarnerMedia billed the series as its first show in the health and wellness space when the project was originally announced in July. HBO Max, which launched in late May, is continuing to expand its content slate in a variety of other genres. Ridley Scott’s sci-fi drama “Raised by Wolves” premiered on the streaming service in early September, while adult animated comedy “Close Enough” premiered in July. HBO Max has also premiered several films, including the Seth Rogen-led “An American Pickle” and the Rachel Lee Goldenberg-directed “Unpregnant.” “Charm City Kings,” which was co-written by Barry Jenkins, will premiere on the platform October 8. indiewire.com
  9. Steven Soderbergh: New ‘The Knick’ Season Is on the Way from Barry Jenkins and André Holland Rumors have long swirled around a revival of the Steven Soderbergh-directed Cinemax series “The Knick” that ended after two seasons in 2015; the cabler then canceled it for good in 2017. Now Soderbergh says that a new season of the medical drama starring Clive Owen as a renowned surgeon in 1900s New York is in its early stages. According to a new interview with The Playlist, Soderbergh said a pilot has been written by the series’ creators Jack Amiel and Michael Begler, with “The Knick” star André Holland as well as filmmaker Barry Jenkins working in collaboration. “[André and Barry] came up with a really great approach with Jack and Michael,” Soderbergh said. “And that seems to be advancing rapidly. I just read the pilot, which is terrific.” Soderbergh remained coy about whether or not Jenkins would direct the series. “I’m very passive on that,” Soderbergh said. “That’s all Barry’s baby.” But he also added, with regard to Jenkins and Holland, “I told them, ’Look, I had, I had my shot. Godspeed, take it in whatever direction you want.’” During a Reddit AMA back in 2017, Soderbergh offered fans a possible reason for why “The Knick” Season 3 died. “Season 3 of ‘The Knick’ was set in 1947 and was going — at my absolute insistence — to be shot in anamorphic black-and-white. It’s POSSIBLE that may have contributed to its demise.” That would’ve been quite a time jump from the original (color) series’ turn-of-the-century setting. And speaking of sequels, Soderbergh also said a followup is on the way to his 2019 Netflix sports drama “High Flying Bird,” written by Tarell Alvin McCraney, author of the unpublished play that formed Jenkins’ “Moonlight” and creator of the OWN series “David Makes Man.” “I also just read the new draft of what André [Holland] and I consider the follow-up to ‘High Flying Bird,'” Soderbergh said, with Holland being the star of the original film. “That’s really strong and incredibly timely, but it’s slightly different. It’s still sports, but it, but in a different context and I read it thinking, ‘Well, this all should happen soon. We need to like hit the gas pedal right now.'” Soderbergh added: “[A sequel] was something that we were already interested in, but because of COVID and Black Lives Matter, suddenly, the power that the players have became really obvious. It was exciting to see them use it for change and to create awareness. They weren’t using it to line their pockets. I was riveted. I wanted to know more about all these conversations that led up to them going on strike.” Soderbergh’s last film was “The Laundromat,” which bowed on Netflix at the end of 2019. His next film, “Let Them All Talk,” reunites him with his “Laundromat” star Meryl Streep. The movie is completed, and will premiere soon on HBO Max. Soderbergh most recently served as executive producer on the Quibi series “Wireless.” indiewire.com

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