30 Days of Python (19 Part Series)
If coding tutorials with math examples are the bane of your existence, keep reading. This series uses relatable examples like dogs and cats.
List comprehensions are shorthand ways to make lists from sequences. This is much faster than processing a list via a
List comprehensions alow you to make a list and define it's contents. This quicker than creating an empt list, then populating it.
# syntax list = [i for i in iterable if expression]
dog_letters = [ letter for letter in 'dog' ] print( dog_letters) >>> ['d', 'o', 'g']
squares = [number * number for number in range(10)] # multiplies 0*0, then 1*1, then 2*2, then 3*3... print(squares) >>> 0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81
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This series of posts document a high-level process to use when planning a modern web application, from project organization, collaboration considerations and tooling choices during development, all the way through deployment and performance strategies.