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Python from Scratch: Getting Started
Python from Scratch: Getting Started
In this first lesson, we’re going to choose a version, install Python, and then create the obligatory “Hello world” script. If you’re already familiar with Python, feel free to skip ahead to a later lesson in the series.
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Database access using Python
Database access using Python
Lately I've been writing Python scripts in an effort to better understand the language. After completing this last one, I decided to make a little tutorial out of it.
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Simple Python event class
Simple Python event class
For example if you are building IRC bot and it supports scripting, the scripts should be able to register handlers on the event.
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Introducing the JyDT Plug-in for Eclipse
Introducing the JyDT Plug-in for Eclipse
The JyDT plug-in enables Eclipse to work as a Jython/CPython IDE. In this tutorial learn how to configure the JyDT and a brief description of it. Learn to use the PyDev perspective and explorer, compile and run code, use the debugger, do unit testing, refactor, manage Python projects, and use the editor and IDE.
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Charming Python: Text processing in Python for beginners
Charming Python: Text processing in Python for beginners
Along with several other popular scripting languages, Python is an excellent tool for scanning and manipulating textual data. This article summarizes Python's text processing facilities for the programmer new to Python. The article explains some general concepts of regular expressions and offers advice on when to use (or not use) regular expressions while processing text.
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Installing Python/Your First Script
Installing Python/Your First Script
In this tutorial, learn how install python on your computer and write your first script.
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Run a script from a text file
Run a script from a text file
In this tutorial, you make a python file, save it to the desktop, and learn how to change the directory in the terminal so it points to the desktop and run the file. Then, learn how to make it executable.
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Dictionaries Pt. 2, Modules, and File IO.
Dictionaries Pt. 2, Modules, and File IO.
...Modules are scripts and such that you can “import” into the program. They give new functions. I will find and review three modules...
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