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Creating a Python Code Completer & More AST Projects
How does a code completion tool work? What is an Abstract Syntax Tree, and how is it created in Python? How does an AST help you write programs and projects that inspect and modify your Python code? This week on the show, Meredydd Luff, co-founder of Anvil, shares his PyCon talk, “Building a Python Code Completer.”
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Python String Methods to Know
Python’s strings have 47 methods. That’s almost as many string methods as there are built-in functions in Python! Which string methods should you learn first?
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Python Package Manager Shootout
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Scout APM: Find and Fix Performance Issues with Ease
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How Can You Install a Pre-Release Version of Python?
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Some Ways to Get Better at Debugging
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The Five Worst Things About Jupyter Notebooks
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Topic Detection in Podcast Episodes With Python
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