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Python's _winreg: Editing the Windows Registry

March 20, 2010 by Mike
Python's standard library is known for including lots of handy modules and packages that can be used without installing anything else. That's one of the primary reasons that its standard library is called "batteries included" so often. So it should come as no surprise that Python includes a Windows only module for editing the Windows […]

wxPython: An Introduction to Grids

March 18, 2010 by Mike
The grid widget in wxPython is one of the most complex GUI elements that you'll work with in this toolkit. In this article you will learn the basics of grid creation and usage. One of the major uses for a grid is to display tabular data. Another use is to create some kind of spreadsheet. […]

Book Review: Python Testing

March 6, 2010 by Mike
Before PyCon, I was approached by a representative from Packt Publishing to review one of their books. They wanted me to read Daniel Arbuckle's Python Testing: Beginner's Guide. I'm not really into testing frameworks or test driven development and thought this would be a good excuse to learn the methodology and see if it was […]

Python: Finding the Commit Charge Values in Windows

March 5, 2010 by Mike
This week I was tasked with trying to find a way to find out what the Peak Commit value was on our virtual workstations. The reason being that we are trying to save money and were wondering if we were allocating too much memory or not. We didn't need the Total Commit Charge or the […]

Finding Installed Software using Python

March 3, 2010 by Mike
Have you ever wondered what software was installed on your PC? Most people who use Windows would probably go to Add/Remove Programs to find out this information, but they're not programmers. No, programmers have to script it because it's just in our blood to do so. I actually had another reason to do so: my […]

Creating Windows Shortcuts with Python (Part II)

February 25, 2010 by Mike
Back when I first wrote about creating shortcuts with Python last month, I kept thinking to myself that I had a 3rd way of doing it. Today, I had to maintain some of my shortcut code and I stumbled upon it once more. I also noticed that my post had received a comment from Tim […]
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