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ରୁବୀ (ପ୍ରୋଗ୍ରାମିଂ ଭାଷା) An optional message can be added to the exception:
ରୁବୀ (ପ୍ରୋଗ୍ରାମିଂ ଭାଷା) On the first pass, the block receives 10 (the argument to inject) as codice_5, and 1 (the first element of the array) as codice_6. This returns 11, which then becomes codice_5 on the next pass. It is added to 3 to get 14, which is then added to 5 on the third pass, to finally return 19.
କଳିଙ୍ଗ ନଗର Vyasanagar College started with Arts subjects at the Intermediate level. However, in 1966 the college got affiliated to Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar and after that higher classes were added. The college got 2f and 12B status from the U.G.C. in 1969. I.Com and I.Sc classes stated in 1975 and 1978 respectively whereas the B.Com and B.Sc classes started in 1977 and 1981. Later various subject combinations and Honours courses were added.
ରୁବୀ (ପ୍ରୋଗ୍ରାମିଂ ଭାଷା) In Ruby, classes are never closed: methods can always be added to an existing class. This applies to "all" classes, including the standard, built-in classes. All that is needed to do is open up a class definition for an existing class, and the new contents specified will be added to the existing contents. A simple example of adding a new method to the standard library's codice_22 class:
କଳିଙ୍ଗ ନଗର In 2012, Maniapatala village was added where 39 families are to be displaced, taking the total number of families to be displaced to 1234. As of December 15, 2012, 993 families (out of 1234 families) have relocated voluntarily in support of the project.
ଫୋର୍ଟ ୱିଲିୟମ ,କଲିକତା There are actually two Fort Williams, the old and the new. The original was built in 1696 by the British East India Company under the supervision of John Goldsborough. Sir Charles Eyre started construction near the bank of the River Hooghly with the South-East Bastion and the adjacent walls. It was named after King William III in 1700. John Beard, his successor, added the North-East Bastion in 1701, and in 1702 started the construction of the Government House (Factory) at the centre of the fort. Construction ended in 1706. The original building had two stories and projecting wings. An internal guard room became the Black Hole of Calcutta.
ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ The pattern on the silk fabric is evolved through dying the warp and waft threads (yarns of very fine quality) prior to the weaving process which is unlike in other methods where the yarns in various colurs are woven. It also does not adopt the printing technique. In this process, cloth of other material are interspersed at specific locations on the loop of yarn. The dye liquor is absorbed by the yarn and then the dyed yarn is taken out of the dying process. The simple way of dying it is only once by binding the yarns in any fashion. However, in this method, the product looks spotted. But the detailed designs are created by dying the yarn in an eight stage process of tying and dyeing, which is done by skilled craftmen, at a very high cost. This method gives the Ikat its special status. It is also the practice to tie the weft and occasionally the warps to suit the patterns to get colour to the untied part. More colours are added by repeating the process of tying and dying on previously coloured parts and this way many colours are added to give the fabric a very bright and distinct shade.
ଓଡ଼ିଶା ଇକତ The history of this silk art is linked to the Lord Jagannath cult practice which is a tradition in Orissa. Every colour used in the fabric reflects a symbolic concept of the Jagannath cult; the four primary colours used as per this tradition are white, black, yellow and red with green added at a later date. These colours are said to denote the past, present and future, to the Vedas and the Gods. It is also inferred that the Ikat silk art came into existence by copying the temple architecture which existed much earlier. It is also noted that this art form was brought to Orissa in the 12th century by craftsman who migrated from the Patan region of Gujarat.