By Gregory Walters
The Python quickly Syntax Reference is the «go to» publication that comprises a simple to learn and useguide to Python programming and improvement. This condensed code and syntaxreference provides the Python language in a well-organized layout designed tobe used time and again.
You wont locate jargon, bloated samples, case experiences, or background of hi Worldand computing device idea during this convenient reference. This Python syntax reference ispacked with beneficial details and is a must have for any Python developer.
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Copy( ) Creates a new set by making a shallow copy. pop( ) Removes an arbitrary item from the set. If the set is empty, a KeyError exception is raised. add(item) Adds an item to the set. Since sets can not hold duplicates, if the item already exists, nothing will be done. remove(item) Deletes an item from the set. If the item does not exist, a KeyError exception will be raised. discard(item) Removes an item from the set. If the item is not in the set, no error will be raised.
X only Returns True if the string is a valid identifier. Valid identifiers like the way we name variables. islower() Returns True if all characters in string are lowercase. x only Returns True if all characters in string are printable or if the string is empty. isspace() Returns True if all characters in string are only whitespace. istitle() Returns True if the entire string is a titlecased string (only first character of each word is uppercase). isupper() Returns True if entire string is uppercased string.
T = (1,2,3) >>> l = list(t) >>> l [1, 2, 3] List Functions The following built-in operators are available to the List object. len(L) Returns the number of items in a list. >>> l = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7] >>> len(l) 7 min(L) Returns the minimum value in a list. >>> l = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7] >>> min(l) 1 max(L) function Returns the maximum value in a list. >>> l = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7] >>> max(l) 7 51 CHAPTER 6 ■ Data Structures x in L Returns True if x is in the list L. >>> l = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7] >>> 42 in l False >>> 3 in l True x not in L Returns True if x is NOT in the list L.
The Python Quick Syntax Reference by Gregory Walters