Pure functions make our code much better. Learn what pure functions are and how they make our code better.
Dunder methods are methods with special meaning in Python. We look into what they are and why they're called the whey they are.
Every expression is a statement, but not every statement is an expression. What makes expression different?
Functions and methods are similar concepts, but they're not the same. Let's see what the difference between them is.
The iterator is one of the core objects in Python. Understanding iterators is crucial to mastering Python. We'll look at how iterators work, and we'll also create our own iterators.
Iterable is a ubiquitous concept in Python. What exactly makes an object iterable, and which built-in objects are iterables? We'll also create our own iterables.
The index of the first item in the array (list) is 0. This article explains why that is.
Lists in Python are actually arrays - with all the consequences.
Python does not have tuple comprehensions. But there is a way.
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