You might use Python every day. But how much do you know about what happens under the covers, down at the C level? When you type something like variable = , what are the byte-codes that accomplish this? How about the class backing the list itself?
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We all love the Python language. But it's the 200,000+ packages that actually make Python incredibly useful and productive. But installing these libraries and sometimes even Python itself can vary across platforms. In particular, Windows has had a hard time.
We've come to the end of 2019. Python 2 has just a handful of days before it goes unsupported. And I've met up with Dan Bader from RealPython.com to look back at the year of Python articles on his website. We dive into the details behind 10 of his most important articles from the past year.
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