That holds the names of all Django applications that are activated in this Django instance. Apps can be used in multiple projects, and you can package and distribute them for use by others in their projects. Some of these applications make use of at least one database table, though, so we need to create the tables in the database before we can use them.
To do that, run the following command:. Like we said above, the default applications are included for the common case, but not everybody needs them. A model is the single, definitive source of truth about your data. Django follows the DRY Principle. The goal is to define your data model in one place and automatically derive things from it.
This includes the migrations - unlike in Ruby On Rails, for example, migrations are entirely derived from your models file, and are essentially a history that Django can roll through to update your database schema to match your current models.
A Question has a question and a publication date. A Choice has two fields: the text of the choice and a vote tally. Each Choice is associated with a Question. These concepts are represented by Python classes.
Here, each model is represented by a class that subclasses django. Each model has a number of class variables, each of which represents a database field in the model. Each field is represented by an instance of a Field class — e. This tells Django what type of data each field holds. The name of each Field instance e. You can use an optional first positional argument to a Field to designate a human-readable name. Some Field classes have required arguments. Finally, note a relationship is defined, using ForeignKey.
That tells Django each Choice is related to a single Question. Django supports all the common database relationships: many-to-one, many-to-many, and one-to-one. But first we need to tell our project that the polls app is installed, Part 2. Now Django knows to include the polls app. The sqlmigrate command takes migration names and returns their SQL:. Now, run migrate again to create those model tables in your database:.
Migrations are very powerful and let you change your models over time, as you develop your project, without the need to delete your database or tables and make new ones - it specializes in upgrading your database live, without losing data. Read the django-admin Part 2 for full information on what the manage.
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Part 2, however, struggles to catch up to counselors, especially if they manage to fully complete an objective. First of all, he possesses a terrible Shift, which travels and recovers slowly.
Because of this, it is imperative to use his Shift wisely. Since he also possesses abysmal Water Speed, catching up to an escaping boat will be difficult, thus requiring Jason to try and ambush it instead by Morphing near the exit. Stopping a car might also require ambushing, as his low Shift speed struggles to keep up with the speeding vehicle. Finally, his low Defense not only makes it easier for counselors to stun him, it also increases significantly the risk that Part 2 might be unmasked and ultimately killed.
As this Jason is not well-suited for combat and less hits are required for an unmask, players might be encouraged to spend their spare traps at the shack's entrance, in order to make it harder to grab the sweater. All this considered, Part 2 should always be careful during his encounters with counselors in order to avoid being knocked down or taking too much damage, especially when dealing with larger groups. Because he possesses no weaknesses in Stalk, players should use this often as their means of catching counselors.
This can make up for his poor Shift and can help Part 2 capture victims. Once you have the objectives secured, it is in your best interest to kill counselors quickly, rack up lots of throwing knives and contest repair attempts.
Since Part 2 is only really suited for objective control, you will have a much harder time if the counselors disarm or simply just step on your traps. Once your Rage kicks in, your Shift weakness Part 2 alleviated somewhat, making it easier to catch stragglers.
Unlike in later film sequels that have been released, this Jason - portrayed as a hermit that survived off in the wilderness - remains the most "human" of the human Jasons, and was comparatively vulnerable to attacks. Though Ginny didn't Part 2 perform any kind of heavy attacks on him, she did knock him to the ground with the car Part 2 when she tried to start up the car, kick him in the crotch, he fell down on the ground when the chair he stood on broke due to his weight, his forearm was slashed with a chainsaw, and was followed by her smashing a chair down on his back.
However, he did in fact suffer from the lethal attack of Ginny slamming down the machete into his shoulder, but he barely managed to survive from that.
In other respects, he was considerably a strong trapper from when he placed down a rope trap to ensnare Scott by his foot before Jason took him out, as well as being a strong stalker from when he prowled around the camp premises. Ultimately, he may remain as the most truthful portrayal of Jason as as normal human being without any kind of super-strength or extraordinary toughness and durability, however, he still managed to wreak plenty of bloodshed and havoc against the new counselors.
As seen in the film and in-game, Jason's appearance highlights him wearing a sack over his head to cover his deformities, with only one eye hole cut out on the right side as his left eye is deformed, and has a rope tied around his the neck to prevent the sack from being loose. Accompanied with this, he wears a pair of denim overalls over a button blue-plaid shirt, and black work boots. Unmasked, Jason has a long matted ginger hair on the left side, bright blue eyes, plus a faint and scruffy beard.
As the right side of his face appears relatively normal, the left side shows the deformities as well as it being rather tumorous, and his teeth are crooked and yellowed. In comparison to his young original appearance in the first film when Mrs. Voorhees is referencing his drowning, and in the nightmare sequence where a young decomposing Jason grabs Alice out of the canoe and into the waterhis appearance has been altered slightly; Part 2's now-tumorous look wasn't present in the original, and his head-size is now smaller rather than bigger from the previous installment.
In the movie, Jason used an ice pick, barbed wire as a garrote, a clawed hammer, a panga machete, a spear, a kitchen knife, a pitchfork, and lastly a pickaxe. For preference, it appeared that Jason favored mostly the spear, pitchfork, and pickaxe, as well as the panga machete initially.
In-game, as well as in most portrayals of Part 2 Jason, his selected weapon is the pickaxe; sometimes outside of the game, he is seen portrayed with the pitchfork as well. Part 2 Jason's stats from the beta, as revealed on December 17, Sign In.
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