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Good python cheat sheets

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi All,

I am looking for a good python cheat sheet for quick reference when writing my little projects, as I am still trying to improve my skills.

I don't need examples of things like strings for variables, just what they are and if possible a quick description.

 

Many Thanks


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I think the best thing you can do is go for the python API https://docs.python.org/3.6/c-api/ 

And do a favor to the world and use the latest version, no one is doing any good keeping python 2 going when there's python 3


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, espurritado said:

I think the best thing you can do is go for the python API https://docs.python.org/3.6/c-api/ 

And do a favor to the world and use the latest version, no one is doing any good keeping python 2 going when there's python 3

I agree, I only have python 3 on my system


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1 hour ago, espurritado said:

I think the best thing you can do is go for the python API https://docs.python.org/3.6/c-api/ 

And do a favor to the world and use the latest version, no one is doing any good keeping python 2 going when there's python 3

as the argument goes "ill use python 3 then everything supports it". It's this attitude that's left most of the world on xp. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, vorticalbox said:

as the argument goes "ill use python 3 then everything supports it". It's this attitude that's left most of the world on xp. 

well its amazing really, I mean okay for legacy applications this maybe a good enough reason to keep it going internally off the internet, but for newer generation applications I would always go for Python3.

Heck place I work still uses vb6, although granted they are making a massive push to .NET which is welcoming.


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It's possible that using an IDE would provide you with enough support that as long as you vaguely remmeber what the syntax is you'll be "fine" without a cheatsheet. Give pycharm a try and see how it goes.

 

That said, since I'm not sure how experienced you at a programming, I should probably mention that if you're a beginner you'll likely just find an IDE confusing and so in that case you'd probably be better off finding or creating a cheatsheet from a bunch of tutorials. Personally I find tutorialspoint or stackoverflow pretty helpful for quickly looking up how to do something.

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