Secret Recipes of the Python Ninja (Packt)
Monday, 09 July 2018

This is a collection of over 70 Python recipes illustrating a range of programming tactics. Author Cody Jackson demonstrates the implementation of collections, decimals, and fraction modules. Decorators, coroutines, and generator functions are also covered in the recipes. Other recipes cover the CPython interpreter, the PyPy project, and PEPs of the latest versions.

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Author: Cody Jackson
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: May 2018
Pages: 380
ISBN: 978-1788294874
Print: 1788294874
Kindle: B07BYBMGQT
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Python

 

 

  • Know the differences between .py and .pyc files
  • Explore the different ways to install and upgrade Python packages
  • Understand the working of the PyPI module that enhances built-in decorators
  • See how coroutines are different from generators and how they can simulate multithreading
  • Grasp how the decimal module improves floating point numbers and their operations
  • Standardize sub interpreters to improve concurrency
  • Discover Python's built-in docstring analyzer

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