Programmer’s Python: Everything is Data (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 11 May 2022

This book is part of a set of Something Completely Different books that look at what makes Python special and sets it apart from other programming languages. Mike James looks at how Python treats data in a distinctly Pythonic way, providing data objects that are very usable and very extensible. From the unlimited precision integers, referred to as bignums, through the choice of a list to play the role of the array, to the availability of the dictionary as a built-in data type, Python never fails to please and this book is what you need to help you make the most of these special features.

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Author: Mike James
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: May 2022
Pages: 347
ISBN: 978-1871962598
Print: ‎ 1871962595
Kindle: ‎ B09ZGBHMG9
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Python

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  1. Python – A Lightning Tour
  2. The Basic Data Type – Numbers
  3. Truthy & Falsey
  4. Dates & Times
  5. Sequences, Lists & Tuples
  6. Strings
  7. Regular Expressions
  8. The Dictionary
  9. Iterables, Sets & Generators
  10. Comprehensions
  11. Data Structures & Collections
  12. Bits & Bit Manipulation
  13. Bytes
  14. Binary Files
  15. Text Files
  16. Creating Custom Data Classes
  17. Python and Native Code

Appendix I   Python in Visual Studio Code
Appendix II  C Programming Using Visual Studio Code

 

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