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"from module import *" Statement
This section provides a quick introduction of 'from module import *' statement, which imports all members of a given module.
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pip3 - Package Installer for Python 3
This section provides a tutorial example on how to use pip3 (Package Installer for Python 3) to manage and install packages.
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Use "os" Module to Manage Files
This section describes methods from the 'os' module for managing files.
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Using "pip" with Different Sources
This section provides a tutorial example on how to use 'pip' to install Python packages from GitHub, local ZIP file or local directory.
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"try" Statement to Catch Execution
This section provides a quick introduction of 'try' statement, which allows you to manage exceptions raised from a block of sub-statements.
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Run Python Scripts on Linux
This section provides a tutorial example to verify Python environment supported on Linux computers and run a simple Python interactive scripting session.
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What Is Expression
This section provides a quick introduction of expressions. An expression is a sequence of lexical tokens in Python source code that expresses a single object, a single operation, or multiple operations executed sequentially.
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Expression Statement - One Expression Only
This section provides a quick introduction of expression statement, which is a single expression.
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"with" Statement for Context Manager
This section provides a quick introduction of 'with' statement, which wraps a standard 'try' statement with a context manager object.
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Manage Packages in Conda Environment
This section provides tutorial examples on how to install specific versions of packages from different sources in Anaconda environments.
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What Is Module
This section provides a quick introduction of module, which is an object of the 'module' data type that can store attributes, functions, classes and sub-modules.
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"pass" Statement - Do Nothing Statement
This section provides a quick introduction of 'null' statement, which does nothing, and is commonly used used as a placeholder to form an empty sub-statement block.
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What Are Module Members
This section provides a quick introduction module members, which refer to variables (or attributes), functions and classes defined in a given module. 'dir(module)' function can be used to list all members in a given module.
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Common Features of All Data Types
This section describes some common features of all data types: unique identifiers, id(object) and type(object) functions, data type categories, casting to Boolean values, etc.
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"del" Statement - Delete Statement
This section provides a quick introduction of 'del' (delete) statement, which is a simple statement that deletes the definitions of given targets and their associated object references.
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"for" Statement for Iterative Execution
This section provides a quick introduction of 'for' statement, which executes a block of sub-statements repeatedly while the given condition is valid.
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What Is Statement
This section provides a quick introduction of statement, which is the smallest unit of code that can be sent to the Python system to execute.
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"while" Statement for Execution Loop
This section provides a quick introduction of 'while' statement, which executes a block of sub-statements repeatedly while the given condition is valid.
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"match" Statement for Pattern Match
This section provides a quick introduction of 'match' statement, which selects a block of sub-statements to execute based on pattern match algorithms.
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"=" Statement - Assignment Statement
This section provides a quick introduction of '=' (assignment) statement, which is a simple statement that assigns objects to reference targets.
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What Is "os" Module
This section describes the 'os' module, which provides you an interface to the operating system where the Python script in running.
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