Rainbows, decorators arguments & threads
Playing with Rainbow Hat I learned a few things about Python as a result I found out what a decorator is, the difference between args and kwargs and threads. I also learned that a lot of guides don’t understand either. If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough 1. Decorators Rainbow […]
Python List Comprehension
I’ve been spending time with Python recently and am beginning to really like some of the language’s features. List comprehension creates a list by evaluating an expression on each item in each list, from left to right. It combines an expression and a loop: Apply a condition : It’s useful for combining lists: Pimoroni’s Rainbow Hat […]
Using Threading rather than Thread
In an earlier post, I used Threads but the thread module in Python when I should be using threading. The documentation for threading says it builds upon the thread module (renamed _thread): This module provides low-level primitives for working with multiple threads (also called light-weight processes or tasks) — multiple threads of control sharing their global data […]
Python’s with statement
Managing resources usually involves three steps – allocating, using, and releasing. You’re familiar with the try… finally pattern but Python also provides context managers.