7 Python Code Examples for Everyday Use

On September 27, 2020 the article 7 Python Code Examples for Everyday Use was published on Go Skills. In the following, you’ll find the summary and the link to the code on Github.

As you evolve in your developer career, you improve your collection of tools, libraries and also write some custom command line tools to facilitate your work.

In this resource, you’ll go through some examples of command line tools to use in your day-to-day life as a developer. For each of the examples, you’ll begin by implementing a basic version of the tool to understand how it works. Then you’ll polish your work, turning it into a more professional command line tool, by including data validation and support to use them with command line arguments.

The code is available on Github.

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