I’ve finally created my first Python module, and it’s pretty great (in my opinion).
In case you’ve missed them, here’s Part I and Part II.
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No one can deny that Python is powerful, which is why it is well-loved. You can write a small app very quickly, have it connect to a database or to web APIs. String manipulation is powerful. It’s quick and easy to learn.
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In case you missed it, here’s Part I.
For a long time, I’ve been trying to run far away from Microsoft Excel.
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amtl was one of the first coding projects I ever worked on, way back in 2009. I had some boredom in between classes, and needed to find something to do with my life, so I learned AppleScript.