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How to decode Tag-Length-Value Quickly

Basically, in TLV, the format is Tag, Length, and Value. In the list of protocols, TLV is one of the types. Transmitting the data depends on the protocol you used. However, many financial transactions still follow the TLV format. According to IBM, TLV data is three parts. The tag tells what type of data it is. The length field has a length of the value. The Value field has actual value.

Structure of TLV.TLV comprises three field values.  TagLengthValueEMV formulated different tags. They have their own meanings. Usually, the Tag and Length together takes 1 to 4 bytes.
The Best example for TLV.In the below example, you can find the sample TAG, LENGTH, and VALUE fields.

[Tag][Value Length][Value] (ex. "9F4005F000F0A001")
where

Tag Name = 9F40

Value Length (in bytes) = 05 
Value (Hex representation of bytes. Example, "F0" – 1-byte) = F000F0A001

In the above message, tag 9F40 has some meaning designed by EMV company. Here you can find a list of EMV Tags.
How to read the TLVTag: 1…

Python Syntax Errors Cheat Sheet

In Python, if you know syntax rules, you can eliminate errors. The mistakes programmers do are missing semicolons, adding extra commas, and extra spaces. Further Python is case sensitive. So using the wrong identifier gives an error.


Python Syntax Rules List

Python syntax cheat sheet

Indentation is unique to Python. You cannot find strict indentation in any other programming language. You need to focus on the three areas while writing a Python program. To avoid errors you need to learn indentation rules.

  • Indentation or Syntax Errors
  • Exceptions
  • Handling Exceptions

1: Indentation

If you do not follow the proper order, you will get an error. The details of one block shroud follow in one vertical line.

The sub-block should be inside of that. In if loop, the IF, ELIF, and ELSE should have the same indentation. Not only, but the statement inside of them should also have the same indentation.

Best Examples

Understand these examples a good material on indentation for you.

2: Exceptions


Python raises an exception, when it encounters an error. These are called system errors.

Python has many built-in exceptions. One best example is ZeroDivisionError

More exceptions all list in one place.

3: Handling Exceptions


To handle exception you need two blocks which are Try and Except. Try Block is the block where you can give your code. Except is the Block where your exception message comes here.

Python Syntax Example:

try:
d = int(20)
f = str
g = d + f
except TypeError:
  print('This is TypeError Exception')
else :
  print('No exception happened')

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