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Python Nested List Comprehension for…in goes from left to right!

The Confusion Scenario: You were asked to write the equivalent list comprehension of the following code: for i in range(6): for j in range(i): j Before, starting with the above one we try the simplest one: t = [] for i in range(6): t.append(i**2) We already know the syntax of list comprehension is as follows: expression…

Hello World! – A Brief History of Time

A few days ago, I answered a question on Quora. I thought it worth sharing! Let me walk you through those first few years of my programming career! Its been a lot of fun!When did I Start Programming?I started coding from 2012. It was the year when I enrolled for my Bachelors on Premier University…

Dreamcatcher IT – The Journey Begins !

Today, I'm pretty excited! In the name of Almighty Allah, we are starting a new venture! Stand up and chase your dreams. Life is meant to be a challenge where we all have to struggle or fight with the things we want to earn. Obstacles, challenges, rough time will come. We will stand strong and overcome…

How to take Password input in Python

Did you know? There is a python module in Python Standard Library called getpass. The purpose of this library is to securely take input from user! The module is very handy for sensitive inputs such as passwords / keys or any kind of credentials. Simplest example of getpass could be this: import getpass password =…

When to use Abstract Class in Python?

In this article, I would like to answer a common question that pops up in mind whenever we start to learn Object Oriented Programming in Python.  But before we begin exploring the use case, first lets briefly discuss about what really is an abstract class in python: Abstract Class Abstract Class is a class that…