Dictionaries by themselves are a great tool, but what if we have more than one? Today, we’re going to learn how to merge two dictionaries in Python.
Looks like I’m back at it again with another installment of the Hello World series. This time we’re tackling Hello World in Goby.
Thanks to one of its contributors, Sample Programs now supports testing. It’s time to celebrate!
Looking for a quick and dirty way to sort a list of strings in Python? Look now further than this The Renegade Coder tutorial which covers several methods.
Every once in awhile, I like to try to create a fresh website design to keep things interesting. Recently, I did just that.
As the collection of sample programs grow, I continue to discover interesting programming language features. In this article, I document some of the coolest programming language features I’ve come across.
When you’re playing around in Python, sometimes it’s nice to be able to get the last item of a list. In this tutorial, we’ll cover just that.
Sometimes when we’re using lists, we need to clone them, so we can modify them independently. Luckily, we’ll cover several ways to copy a list in Python.
Manipulating lists can be fun, but it can also lead to some frustrating bugs if we’re not careful. After all, some lists are empty. Today, we’ll learn how to check if a list is empty in Python.
Tired of iterating over a pair of lists? Want easy access to whatever you need from your data set? Lucky for you, this tutorial covers just how to convert two lists into a dictionary.