One thing I'm really enjoying is writing articles about Python errors. Here's another one which covers an example of a TypeError.
One common scenario when working with lists is the desire to loop over them in parallel. In this article, we cover a few ways to do just that.
Do you like the way the command line utility works and wish you had the same control over the GUI? Well, now you can with preloaded GUI settings.
In the world of Python, there are a lot of fun and interesting data structures. The one we'll cover today is the dictionary.
One of my favorite Python data structures is the dictionary. Of course, I don't love getting an error when my key doesn't exist. Luckily, there's a way to check.
Now that the GUI is up and running, it seemed like the write time to start expanding the core functionality. For instance, I just added custom font support.