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Python 101 - Debugging Your Code with pdb

July 7, 2020 by Mike
Mistakes in your code are known as "bugs". You will make mistakes. You will make many mistakes, and that's totally fine. Most of the time, they will be simple mistakes such as typos. But since computers are very literal, even typos prevent your code from working as intended. So they need to be fixed. The […]

Python 101 - Learning About Tuples (Video)

July 1, 2020 by Mike
In this tutorial, you will learn about Python's tuple data type: If you prefer to read rather than watch, then you should check out Python 101 – Learning About Tuples Get the Jupyter Notebook on Github

Python 101 - Launching Subprocesses with Python

June 30, 2020 by Mike
There are times when you are writing an application and you need to run another application. For example, you may need to open Microsoft Notepad on Windows for some reason. Or if you are on Linux, you might want to run grep. Python has support for launching external applications via the subprocess module. The subprocess […]

Python 101 - Working with Files

June 24, 2020 by Mike
Application developers are always working with files. You create them whenever you write a new script or application. You write reports in Microsoft Word, you save emails or download books or music. Files are everywhere. Your web browser downloads lots of little files to make your browsing experience faster. When you write programs, you have […]

Python 101 - Learning About Lists (Video)

June 22, 2020 by Mike
In this video tutorial, you will learn all about Python's list data type. If videos aren't your thing, then you can read the same content here: Python 101: Learning About Lists

Python 101 - Exception Handling

June 17, 2020 by Mike
Creating software is hard work. To make your software better, your application needs to keep working even when the unexpected happens. For example, let's say your application needs to pull information down from the Internet. What happens if the person using your application loses their Internet connectivity? Another common issue is what to do if […]
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