The backbone of any Python program is decision making. In other words, given some input, what should our program do? Today, we'll answer part of that by learning if statements.
The first step in opening a jar is to get a jar. But, how do we do that? Let's let recursion figure that out for us.
Opening a jar is a pretty easy task, right? Well, I'm going explain to you how to do it anyway. Good luck!
Hope y'all aren't getting tired of me talking about my hobbies yet! Today, I'll let you in on my interest in learning natural languages. By natural languages, I'm really referring to spoken languages...
What are your thoughts on code commenting? I bet you have a few. Here are some that I found in the community.
Python has a lot of cool features including the ability to seemingly return multiple values from a function at once, but what's really happening?