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Python 101: Downloading a File with ftplib

July 19, 2012 by Mike
There are lots of different ways to download a file from the internet using Python. One popular way is to connect to an FTP server and download your files that way. So that is what we will be looking at in this article. All you need is your standard installation of Python. It includes a […]

Python 101: easy_install or how to create eggs

July 12, 2012 by Mike
Today we're going to take a look at the controversial easy_install method of installing Python modules and packages. We will also learn how to create our own *.egg files. You will need to go get the SetupTools package to follow along. This package doesn't support Python 3.x so if you need that, see pip or […]

Python 201: An Intro to distutils

July 9, 2012 by Mike
Last time we learned how to create modules and packages. Today we're going to take the package we created and use Python's distutils to create a couple different ways to distribute our code. In this tutorial, we'll be learning the following: How to create a setup.py file How to create a source distribution How to […]

Python 201: Creating Modules and Packages

July 8, 2012 by Mike
Creating Python modules is something that most Python programmers do every day. Any time you save a new Python script, you have created a new module. You can import your module into other modules. A package is a collection of modules. The things you import into your scripts from the standard library are modules or […]

Python 101: Introspection

October 14, 2010 by Mike
Whether you're new to Python, been using it for a few years or you're an expert, knowing how to use Python's introspection capabilities can help your understanding of your code and that new package you just downloaded with the crappy documentation. Introspection is a fancy word that means to observe oneself and ponder one's thoughts, […]

Python 101: How to Open a File or Program

September 4, 2010 by Mike
When I began learning Python, one of the first things I needed to know how to do was open a file. Now, the term "open a file" can mean different things depending on the context. Sometimes it means to actually open the file with Python and read from it, like with a text file. Other […]
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