Here are some tips that I learned to make Python Programs faster (WIP).
Well basically PEP8 is a style guide which provides guidelines and best practices for writing python code.
So if you are looking forward to learn C++ in 2019, I present to you the 30 Seconds of C++.
A collection of STL (Standard Template Library) features of C++ which can be learned in 30 seconds or less.
We all encounter things in life which we want to automate, Setting up reminders and schedules are one of them
Python makes it easy for all the developers out there to make small python scripts that can schedule some boring stuff for you.
Here comes this #awesome library called schedule
(quite a name it got there :wink:)
Let’s start around by playing with this
First things first let us install the python package first
pip install schedule
schedule is an in-process scheduler for periodic jobs that uses the builder pattern for configuration. Schedule lets you run Python functions (or any other callable) periodically at predetermined intervals using a simple, human-friendly syntax.
jobscheduling for humans.
Let’s not worry about what in-process scheduling is for now
Let’s write some code
import schedule def job(): print("A Simple Python Scheduler.") # run the function job() every 2 seconds schedule.every(2).seconds.do(job) while True: schedule.run_pending()
Exceptions are scary but we must know how to handle them when they try to sabotage our program flow. In this post I will go from A to E (pun intended ;) of handling Exceptions in C++.