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Printing Messages Backwards With Python

Today’s featured Python script is a little snippet created by John Santiago Jr. just for fun but of course you might find his code very helpful. This rudimentary script will simply print the message inputted by the user backwards using either string slicing or list() function. So if you’re feeling like going a little ‘Da […]

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Video Interview Of Python Author Guido Von Rossum

Today’s post is another treat for all you Python programmers and users. This video interview stars the father of Python himself, Guido Von Rossum, in which he talks about Python’s [bright] future, its current state as a programming language and also a few helpful tips and tricks as well. Photo credits: Maestrosdelweb.Com It’s only about […]

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How To Parse MBSA Files Using Python Script

Have you ever needed to analyze MBSA files using Python? Well, you can stop cramming now because Azmath just shared the answer to your problem with this nice Python script! #——————————————————————————- # Name:        MBSA parser # Author:      Azmath # Created:     11/07/2012 # Copyright:   (c) 2012 #——————————————————————————- from xml.etree import ElementTree with open(‘test.mbsa’, ‘rt’) as f: […]

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How To Connect To MySQL With Python

If you’re going to be working in a web environment using Python, chances are that you’ll be using MySQL as database management system. That is why software developer Jeremy Morgan of Silicon Forest created this tutorial on how to connect to a MySQL database using Python, which is our featured tutorial of the day. I’ll […]

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Tagging ID3 Metadata With Python

Here’s a nice and short Python script that some of you might find quite handy, especially if you have a huge collection of music files (MP3s): an ID3 metadata tagger. To use, all it requires is the ID3 lib and for the script to be placed in the same directory together with the MP3 files. […]

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Python Tricks That You Can’t Live Without

Hey, everyone! Today’s post is a slideshow from Audrey Roy, and here she highlights several Python tricks that you can’t live without. It is a great read and so I thought I’d reshare it with the rest of you guys here in Blogfreakz. Anyway, here it is. I hope you enjoy. Cheers and regards!   […]

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TKinter Programming

This combination of Python and Tkinter is a fast and easy way to create GUI applications. Tkinter is the standard GUI library for Python. It is also implemented as a Python wrapper around a Tcl interpreter that is embedded in the Python interpreter. It has a number of modules that gives a powerful interface to […]

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