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1 point by el3ctron 1 week ago | discuss | parent | on: Faster Python with Go shared objects (the easy way)
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1 point by el3ctron 1 week ago | discuss | parent | on: Faster Python with Go shared objects (the easy way)
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1 point by harshthedev 2 weeks, 4 days ago | discuss | on: Steps to become a self-taught programmer
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1 point by maesh 3 weeks ago | discuss | parent | on: Django for Startup Founders: A better software architecture for SaaS startups and consumer apps
I had this problem too, and found a workaround. For others who encounter this problem, you can use Firefox's "Reader View" and then change to dark mode from the Type Controls on the upper left part of the rendered page
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1 point by arpit 4 weeks, 1 day ago | discuss | parent | on: Steps to become a self-taught programmer
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1 point by epicserve 1 month ago | 1 comment | on: Django for Startup Founders: A better software architecture for SaaS startups and consumer apps
This looks like an interesting read, however, when I click on it my Dark Reader plugin doesn't work for some reason. ūüė≠ My eyes! ūüė≥ūüė¨ūüē∂ Also, I want to know a little more about the author and I couldn't find anything about why they might be qualified to write about the subject.
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0 points by arpit 1 month, 1 week ago | discuss | parent | on: Convert any image to ASCII art in Python
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0 points by arpit 1 month, 1 week ago | 2 comments | on: Convert any image to ASCII art in Python
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1 point by arpit 1 month, 1 week ago | discuss | on: Psycopg 2.9 released
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1 point by jelmo 1 month, 3 weeks ago | discuss | on: RPython-Based VMs: Fast Enough in Fast Enough Time
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1 point by testank 1 month, 4 weeks ago | discuss | parent | on: Faster Python with Go shared objects (the easy way)
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2 points by solemnityangel 5 months, 3 weeks ago | discuss | on: 7 Levels of Using the Zip Function in Python
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1 point by yaythomas 10 months, 2 weeks ago | discuss | on: open-source automation task-runner tool, made with the power of python
Creator here, sharing some of that open-source goodness with the community. . . Project's been around for a few years, but only recently got a shiny new website at https://pypyr.io When you're writing your automation scripts in Python, you end up very frequently having to code & test the repetitive plumbing of sequencing tasks, parse & validate cli input arguments, parse config files, write output files, handling errors, retrying commands on error, running a group of commands in a loop, invoking the cli from python or invoking python from the cli. You can of course just code all of this stuff yourself in Python, but sometimes when you're automating something you want to get on with actually automating something, rather than deal with the more boring hardening & testing of variations of the basic flow control of your automation sequences. And that's why this task-runner exists - to make your automation easier. feedback welcome!
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1 point by osdotsystem 10 months, 2 weeks ago | discuss | on: How to Remove Vowels with Python
The tutorial is kind of cool!
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1 point by 123456789 11 months, 3 weeks ago | discuss | parent | on: djwc: Django on WebComponents without NodeJS
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1 point by micah.strube 12 months ago | discuss | on: Python 4 New Features Planned
Title should be SPECULATION about python 4 features (which may not even be python 4).
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1 point by kas 1 year ago | discuss | on: Solving Tribonacci Sequence with Python
The funny thing about these *bonacci sequences is that as we reach infinity in these sequences, the ratio between two consecutive numbers approach a certain value that is characteristical for the sequence. For the Fibonacci sequence the ratio is the golden ratio, which is a root of the polynomial x¬≤‚ąíx‚ąí1. For the Tribonacci sequence, the ratio in a root in the polynomial x¬≥‚ąíx¬≤‚ąíx‚ąí1. And for a Nbonacci, the ratio is a solution to x‚ĀŅ‚ąíx‚ĀŅ‚ĀĽ¬Ļ‚ąí‚Ķx¬≤‚ąíx‚ąí1. This is easy to prove. And as N approaches infinity, the ratio will approach 2.
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1 point by aogl 1 year ago | discuss | parent | on: Check if Isogram using Python
Thanks for pointing this out! Comments feature has been fixed
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0 points by Evg 1 year ago | discuss | parent | on: Just Title
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1 point by kas 1 year ago | discuss | on: Check if Isogram using Python
See e.g. https://gist.github.com/kseistrup/367298c2d4319aa01e9efc13230357a0
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1 point by kas 1 year ago | 1 comment | on: Check if Isogram using Python
For some reason I cannot post a comment on the website, so: Another way is to compare len(set(text.casefold())) with len(text).
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