Month: July 2022

Python – Init a class with a default list property correctly

Sometimes, (but only sometimes) we think that writing too much code is useless and writing less code in python is more readable and performs faster. While in the general case this is true, this article is simply going to show

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Python – Reading and writing to the console

Reading from the console and writing to it is a piece of cake in python. These two functions do it for you perfectly:

Then why am I writing a whole article about it? Well, there is something fancy, if

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Python – Enumerate Lists in a Loop

Plenty of times, when you are looping with a for-each loop in python, you somehow realize that you need a counter. Then you most probably write something ugly like this one:

Why is this ugly? Mainly because the next

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Python – Write a DataFrame or List to multiple tabs in Excel

The idea of the article is to provide a Python code that does the following: Takes a list or DataFrame; Splits it into quite a few smaller parts; Writes each one on a separate Excel worksheet; Pretty much like this:

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