Python code quiz0.04MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2014-04-02.
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|Code||x = [0, 1, 2, 3] x[::2] =  print(x)|
|Output||ValueError: attempt to assign sequence of size 0 to extended slice of size 2Extended slices aren't flexible. When assigning to an extended slice, the list on the right hand side of the statement must contain the same number of items as the slice it is replacing.|
|Tags||list python3 remove slice|
|Code||text = 'goodbye cruel world ' words = text.split() print(words)|
|Output||['goodbye', 'cruel', 'world']By default, string split method uses all white space as a separator|
|Tags||python3 split string|
|Code||def func(): yield 1 yield 2 yield 3 print(type(func)) print(type(func()))|
|Output||<class 'function'><class 'generator'>Function with a yield is a generator function, and returns a generator.|
|Tags||generator python3 yield|
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This deck is for those who already have a good grasp on basics of Python and want to expand their knowledge to the tiny details of Python. This deck covers many concepts, that are not found in most tutorials.
Kudos to the creator for putting such a good deck together.
So far this is the only Python deck I find usable, and I already learned a few things from it. The content is really good, it ranges from basic behavior to obscure edge cases.
Some cards would probably be better as cloze cards, but it's a great deck that you can extend yourself. Programming languages can't be learned through a deck, so you should at least have some Python experience before you start.