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Django In Django, what exactly does default do?

I’m reading Django In Django, and have a question. In the beginning of Chapter 5, he says this:

A default for an attribute is called for any model field that has no explicit value set.

He gives an example:
class Food(models.Model):
name = models.CharField(default=’french’, max_length=20)

And then in the next paragraph, he says:

So, in this case, Django will store whatever I put in the CharField in the database.

It’s easy to see how a CharField would store whatever I put in it. But why is it called for any field that has no explicit value?
EDIT: In Chapter 8, he talks about Using a default for a field’s attribute, and gives this example:

We’ll store a person’s age in the date_of_birth attribute of a Person model. We’ll also have a default value that represents the current date. Here


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Crazy Food Festival in Rome

A crazy food festival in Rome

What kind of food festival would this be? My first thought was steak. But that wasn’t it. Then it dawned on me. “The name of this festival is obviously ‘Crazy’. Why else would it be called that?” I still didn’t know what they would be serving. No steak in a steak festival. It had to be something else. Then it dawned on me. The festival was catering to those who were on a ‘dogmatic diet’. I didn’t know what that was, but I was about to find out.

We arrived around 1:30pm on Saturday. The sun was starting to come out, which made it a little more bearable. The line was so long that I was considering taking a different route to the festival. I don’t like crowds, and I don’t like long lines. And it was getting close to 3pm, and we still hadn’t arrived at the gates. We finally arrived and got in line. We bought tickets to enter the main area. There was one vendor selling pasta from southern Italy. It was really good.

There were also many other food vendors. They had olives, cheese, bread, meat, and much more. Many were selling food from southern Italy. And some were selling food that wasn’t Italian. One vendor had food from China, another had food from Japan, another had food from Iran, and another had food from South Africa. It was like a cross-culture event. I’ve never seen anything like it. It was a unique experience.

“Do you want to have a free sample of this?”

They offered samples to all of us. They also had fruit and vegetables from around the world. You could buy a bag of this for $5. It was a great deal.

Many of the vendors were giving out samples. Some were selling food for $1. The large jars of pasta were $4. Olives were sold for $1. They were also giving away free olives, which is something I’ve never seen. Usually I have to pay for olives.

I loved the food from all over the