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If you have worked with Python for long enough, probably you have encountered code that uses *args and **kwargs as arguments in functions. Even if you haven't, it is a very neat feature that allows you to achieve great flexibility while developing code. In this article, we are going to …read more
This tutorial is going to be off-topic compared to the others on the website. It was born out of a question regarding how to send personalized e-mails to several people on a list, and I thought it could be useful to post a tutorial online. This will help people interested …read more
Copying objects in Python seems like a trivial task, but it can have unexpected implications in your programs. Copying data may be achieved by either duplicating the data or by storing references to the objects, having a much lower impact on the memory. In this article, we are going to …read more
There is a common pattern when programming that is opening a resource, doing something with it and closing it. This is what you normally do with a file, a network connection or a device. Python offers you a command to handle this pattern: the 'with' context manager. In this article …read more