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The introductory work on Python Chapter 6 has some code exercises: Exercise: Write a function that takes a string that […]
Exercise: Format some string information to look like so: John Doe 123 Main Street AnyCity, AS 09876 first='John' last= 'Doe' […]
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Chapter 3 starts getting into some fun exercises (by the way, “Introduction to Computing Using Python…”, this is an excellent […]
A multi-dimensional array is an array of arrays.  For example: x = [[“a”,”b”,”c”],[“d”,”e”,”f”],[“g”,”h”,”i”]] If you wanted to list all the […]
Basics This is a bit on the basics of grabbing user input from a console, using Ruby, Python and Groovy. […]
In Python you can do the typical way of opening/writing to a file by calling it with: my_var = open(“my […]
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I recently looked at the Web Automation framework, Webdriver IO, in 2021 and compared it to what I currently use. […]
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