I’ve somehow ruined java socket programming on my computer

I was composing some java TCP-SSL application to replace our old TCP-SSL application. My java application was working fine until I changed some code in the socket-closing method. It used to be: msgStreamOut.close(); msgStreamIn.close(); socket.close(); (Since closing the output stream closes the socket, I got an exception for trying to close an already closed socket)…

The value True (type bool) in a string field was converted to u’True’ (type string)

I’m trying to follow parameters/examples, yet running into following WARNING message while executing Ansible’playbook: TASK [apt (pre)] ******************************************************************************************** [WARNING]: The value True (type bool) in a string field was converted to u’True’ (type string). If this does not look like what you expect, quote the entire value to ensure it does not change. relevant part…