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Array of dictionaries – Python datastructure

The internet is littered with simple examples of dictonary object examples in Python. Interestingly, they are all the same copy/pasted code with the same old tired examples and bad coding styles 😂. What we need is examples of more complex, real-world data structures that are more practical. In this blog, I share some valuable techniques […]

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True text transformation without using any special libraries (Python)

In this post, I’ll share a real example (and an application that you can download and use for your personal use) on how to turn text into fun representation such as: flipped, reversed, substituted with other characters using Python. The output is not an image, but still real text that are not easily accessible from […]

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Geometric Shapes with Tkinter & Turtle

In this post, I’m sharing a complete Python program that draws various geometric shapes on screen with given parameters (e.g. side length, radius, height, tilt, etc.). The application is downloadable here and can be executed on a Windows device (tested on Windows 10). The download will be a ZIP file called tkinter-drawgeometricshapes.zip —copy or unzip […]

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Network graphs explained with scenarios (Python) – Part 2

This is Part 2 of the series “Network graphs explained with scenarios“. Please read Part 1 first for proper continuity. A few of the scenarios I cover in this blog series here: Project scheduling example – Shows how to compute critical path on a network of related tasks. Covered in Part 1.Routing example – Shows […]

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