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Python 101 - How to Create a Graphical User Interface

September 29, 2021 by Mike
When you first get started as a programmer or software developer, you usually start by writing code that prints to your console or standard out. A lot of students are also starting out by writing front-end programs, which are typically websites written with HTML, JavaScript and CSS. However, most beginners do not learn how to […]

Python 101 - How to Generate a PDF

September 28, 2021 by Mike
The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a very popular way to share documents across multiple platforms. The goal of the PDF is to create a document that will look the same on multiple platforms and that will print the same (or very similar) on various printers. The format was originally developed by Adobe but has […]

Converting CSV to Excel with Python

September 25, 2021 by Mike
There are many common file types that you will need to work with as a software developer. One such format is the CSV file. CSV stands for "Comma-Separated Values" and is a text file format that uses a comma as a delimiter to separate values from one another. Each row is its own record and […]

Python 101 - Assignment Expressions

September 24, 2021 by Mike
Assignment expressions were added to Python in version 3.8. The general idea is that an assignment expression allows you to assign to variables within an expression. The syntax for doing this is: NAME := expr This operator has been called the "walrus operator", although their real name is "assignment expression". Interestingly, the CPython internals also […]

Python 101 - How to Create a Python Package

September 23, 2021 by Mike
When you create a Python file, you are creating a Python module. Any Python file that you create can be imported by another Python script. Thus, by definition, it is also a Python module. If you have two or more related Python files, then you may have a Python package. Some organizations keep all their […]

Python's with Statement and Context Managers

April 7, 2021 by Mike
Python came out with a special new keyword several years ago in Python 2.5 that is known as the with statement. This new keyword allows a developer to create context managers. But wait! What's a context manager? They are handy constructs that allow you to set something up and tear something down automatically. For example, […]
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