[CentralOH] Learning and Growing with Python
miles.groman at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 15:14:04 CET 2009
I think going over "The Python way to do _______" every meeting would
be beneficial. Python is simple to pick up, but doing things the
"Python" way is not always as clear. Sometimes I will ask a question
about some code I am working onin #python, only to find out I wasnt
doing it the "pythonic" way.
A bad example:
my_list = 
for foo in bar:
my_list = [foo for foo in bar]
Things like that might not be clear to a person just starting python.
I think I heard someone say something along these lines at the last meeting.
Also, sorry if my formatting gets messed up in transmission.
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