Over the last 2 years, I've been building up a list of answers to common Python questions:
A collection of Jupyter Notebooks from the How to Python series
How to Python - Source Code
Welcome to a collection of Jupyter Notebooks from the How to Python series on The Renegade Coder. For convenience, you can access all of the articles, videos, challenges, and source code below. Alternatively, I keep an enormous article up to date with all these snippets as well.
|36||How to Swap Variables||Oct 5, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|35||How to Open a File||Jul 24, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|34||How to Remove Duplicates From a List||Jul 20, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|33||How to Iterate Over Multiple Lists at the Same Time||Jul 10, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|32||How to Check if a Key Exists in Dictionary||Jun 26, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|31||How to Loop Over a Dictionary||Jun 12, 2020||Article||Challenge|
|30||How to Split a String by Whitespace||Apr 17, 2020||Article|
In that time, I've sort of "run out" of things to talk about despite the enormous amount of complexity of programming.
As a result, I thought it would be fun to start a discussion around things you find yourself constantly Googling. For instance, I probably search up "how to read a CSV in Python" once a month. Do you have any similar searches?