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Python Freelancing: My First Fiverr Gig and How I Solved It

Basic Webscraping Script in Python | Requests | BeautifulSoup | ArgParse Sold Gig ($35) This is the gig description I offered on my profile to get my first gig: An email marketing company hired me to write a Python script that satisfies the following requirements. Requirements What is the input? (file, file type, email, text,…) …

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Python One Line While Loop [A Simple Tutorial]

Python is powerful — you can condense many algorithms into a single line of Python code. So the natural question arises: can you write a while loop in a single line of code? This article explores this mission-critical question in all detail. How to Write a While Loop in a Single Line of Python Code? …

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Python One Line For Loop With If

This tutorial will teach you how to write one-line for loops in Python using the popular expert feature of list comprehension. After you’ve learned the basics of list comprehension, you’ll learn how to restrict list comprehensions so that you can write custom filters quickly and effectively. Are you ready? Let’s roll up your sleeves and …

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Python One Line For Loop [A Simple Tutorial]

Python is powerful — you can condense many algorithms into a single line of Python code. So the natural question arises: can you write a for loop in a single line of code? This article explores this mission-critical question in all detail. How to Write a For Loop in a Single Line of Python Code? …

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NumPy polymulx()

The numpy.polymulx function multiplies the polynomial c with a value x which is the independent variable. Arguments Type Description c array_like or poly1d object The input polynomials to be multiplied The following table shows the return value of the function: Type Description Return Value ndarray or poly1d object The polynomial resulting from the multiplication of …

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numpy.polymul

The numpy.polymul function finds the product (multiplication) of two polynomials a1 and a2. As an input, use either poly1d objects or one-dimensional sequences of polynomial coefficients. If you use the latter, arange this polynomial sequence naturally from highest to lowest degree. Arguments Type Description a1, a2 array_like or poly1d object The input polynomials to be …

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