Python Tutorials

Python Input: A Step-By-Step Guide

The Python input() and raw_input() functions are used to collect user input. input() has replaced raw_input() in Python 3 and onward. Both functions return a user input as a string. Processing user input is a crucial part of programming. For…

Python Zip: A Step-By-Step Guide

The Python zip() function accepts iterable items and merges them into a single tuple. The resultant value is a zip object that stores pairs of iterables. You can pass lists, tuples, sets, or dictionaries through the zip() function. Python has…

How to Learn Python

Behind every piece of technology is a programmer who worked to build it. A programmer was behind the payment you made to an online retailer, for instance. Programmers use computer code to create solutions to problems. Due to the complexity…

Python Break and Continue: Step-By-Step Guide

The Python break statement stops the loop in which the statement is placed. A Python continue statement skips a single iteration in a loop. Both break and continue statements can be used in a for or a while loop. You…

Python Append to List: A Step-By-Step Guide

The append() Python method adds an item to the end of an existing list. The append() method does not create a new list. Instead, original list is changed. append() also lets you add the contents of one list to another…

How to Use Python split()

The Python split() method divides a string into a list. Values in the resultant list are separated based on a separator character. The separator is a whitespace by default. Common separators include white space and commas. Dividng the contents of…

Enumerate Python: Step-by-Step Guide

The Python enumerate() function adds a counter to an iterable object. The counter lets you keep track of how many iterations have occurred. This counter is stored as a separate variable. The Python programming language has several useful features that…

Python SyntaxError: Invalid Syntax

Syntax are rules that dictate how programming languages should be written. Each language has its own set of syntax rules different from others. We can think of them like grammar or punctuation in spoken languages. The question mark in English…

Python NameError: name ‘xrange’ is not defined Solution

In Python 3, the xrange function was removed. If you try to use the xrange function in a Python 3 program, you’ll encounter the NameError: name ‘xrange’ is not defined error. In this guide, we’re going to discuss what this…

Python Substring: A Step-By-Step Guide

A Python substring is a portion of text taken from a string. You can extract a substring in Python using slicing, with the format: YourString[StartingIndex:StoppingIndex:CharactersToSkip]. Often, programmers have data that they want to split up into different parts. For example,…

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