After failing to unravel generator expressions [https://snarky.ca/not-unravelling-generator-expressions/], in this post as part as my Python syntactic sugar post series [https://snarky.ca/tag/syntactic-sugar/] I want to tackle comprehensions. Thanks
In this post on Python's syntactic sugar [https://snarky.ca/tag/syntactic-sugar/], I want to try to tackle generator expressions [https://docs.python.org/3.8/reference/expressions.html#generator-expressions]. If you look
I already covered unravelling the with statement [https://snarky.ca/unravelling-the-with-statement/], and async with is not much different. Much like with, the language reference for async with [https://docs.python.org/3.8/
When I decided the next post in my series on Python's syntactic sugar [https://snarky.ca/tag/syntactic-sugar/] would be on async for, I figured it would be straightforward. I have already done
The problem Let's say you have more than one version of Python installed on your machine. What version does python3 point to? If you said, "the newest version", you may actually be wrong.