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Merging Dictionaries with the Union Operator

September 18, 2021 by Mike
As a developer, there are times where you may end up with two or more dictionaries that you need to combine into one master dictionary. There are lots of different ways to merge dictionaries in the Python programming language. In this tutorial, you will look at a few of the old ways to merge dictionaries […]

Python 101 - Importing Modules (Video)

September 17, 2021 by Mike
In this video tutorial, you will learn all about how to import modules using the import and from keywords Related Tutorials Python 101: All about imports Creating a Simple Wizard with wxPython (Video) Python 101 – Working with Files (Video)

Case / Switch Comes to Python in 3.10

September 16, 2021 by Mike
Python 3.10 is adding a new feature called Structural Pattern Matching, which is defined in PEP 634 and has a tutorial on the topic in PEP 636. Structural Pattern Matching brings the case / switch statement to Python. The new syntax goes beyond what some languages use for their case statements. This tutorial's aim is […]

Getting Started with ReportLab's Canvas

September 15, 2021 by Mike
ReportLab is a very powerful library. With a little effort, you can make pretty much any layout that you can think of. I have used it to replicate many complex page layouts over the years. In this tutorial, you will be learning how to use ReportLab's pdfgen package. You will discover how to do the […]

Python 101 - How to Work with Images

September 14, 2021 by Mike
The Python Imaging Library (PIL) is a 3rd party Python package that adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter. It allows you to process photos and do many common image file manipulations. The current version of this software is in Pillow, which is a fork of the original PIL to support Python 3. Several […]

PyDev of the Week: Nikita Sobolev

September 13, 2021 by Mike
This week we welcome Nikita Sobolev (@sobolevn) as our PyDev of the Week! Nikita is the founder of wemake.services. Nikita also writes a technical blog that you should check out. You can also see what he's working on over on GitHub. Let's take a few moments to get to know Nikita better! Can you tell […]
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