Python is a multi-paradigm, dynamically typed, multipurpose programming language, designed to be quick (to learn, to use, and to understand), and to enforce a clean and uniform syntax.

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There are plenty of ways to write bad code. But in Python, one in particular reigns as king.

This tutorial will walk through the steps required to implement a Web application in Python that makes calls to the Twitter REST API; we are using Twitter as the first example given its huge popularity as a social networking service and the fact that many apps and websites integrate with the Twitter API to add social or near real-time functionality.

How to compute the amount of blur in an image using OpenCV, Python, and the Laplacian operator.

A typo-robust and flexible search of names and short phrases.

You may be surprised but inviting people to weddings is expensive, as you need to send out both ‘Save the date’ cards and a subsequent invite with specifics about the wedding. It is also slow, as you have to send it all via post. It’s time intensive to chase people to see if they received the invite and if they’d like to come to a party with free food and drink – surely an automatic yes? Finally, invites are not environmentally friendly as they are one time use and easily lost or misplaced.

All the advantages of Python over other languages used for web programming. The detailed comparison of Python vs PHP, Python vs Ruby, Python vs C# and Python vs Java.

There are two fundamental ways of graph search, which are the breadth-first search and the depth-first search. In this post, I’ll explain the depth-first search. Here, I focus on the relation between the depth-first search and a topological sort.