Learning the Python 3 Standard Library

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Posted on 2018-10-11, by everest555.


Learning the Python 3 Standard Library
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 2:09:36 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 327.8 MB


Python libraries can cut your development time and reduce your frustration with coding. In this Python 3 course, follow Kathryn Hodge as she walks through the Python standard library. Discover how familiarizing yourself with its facilities can make writing code in this concise, elegant language a little easier. Familiarize yourself with the library's built-in functions, math modules, and input and output modules. Learn how to get information from the Internet with the HTTP module, and more.

Topics include:

Working with logical and comparison operators
Getting a list of numbers with the range() and list() functions
Using mathematical functions such as round(), abs(), and pow()
Calculating a given input's length
Importing and using the math module
Reading a user's command-line arguments
Getting the current time
Formatting dates and times with datetime
Creating a timer
Using urllib to get content from the Internet
Using the JSON module to decode content

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