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Send message to yourself in WhatsApp

Sending a WhatsApp message to yourself can be helpful in some cases. Many people used to send SMS to their own number if they wanted to take a note of something. Some people also send an email to themselves to take a note of something. But sending a WhatsApp message to yourself is not straight forward. In this post, I am going to tell you how you can send a message to yourself in WhatsApp. Quick Method to Send Message to Yourself Download the " Click to Chat " application from Google Play Store. Open the app and enter your number. Click the open button and send the message. Different ways of sending a message to yourself Method 1: From Contacts This is the easiest method. It might not work on all devices. But the trick is to save your number in the contacts and then click the WhatsApp message button to send a message to yourself. Method 2: Using an app Download the " Click to Chat "  app from Play Store.  Open the app and enter y

Setting up IDLE Python 3.7 on Windows

In this article, we are going to install IDLE Python (The official IDE for python) on Windows. For more information about Python, see this. 1. Click here to download installer for windows 2. Run the installer program you downloaded. In the first screen that appears, click Install Now. 2. The setup will start automatically. If the computer asks for administrative privileges, click YES to grant. 3. After the setup is complete, click close. Launching the IDE: To launch the IDE, go to Start>All Programs>Python and open IDLE python as shown. Modes in IDE: There are two modes for writing the code: 1. Immediate Mode: Soon after opening the IDE, you are in the immediate mode. You can start coding. The results will be displayed right after you click enter. Let's write a basic program to display Hello World on the screen. Type this in the IDE and press enter: print("Hello World") You can start writing a bit longer code as well. Take the fol