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An Introduction To Closures and Decorators in Python

Today’s tutorial will introduce two slightly more advanced concepts of closures and decorators in Python. We’ll explain what they are, how each is defined, and where and how they will help in your coding. Nested Functions I’m sure you are all familiar with functions, and some of you may have used, or heard of, nested …

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How to Find Path Where Python is Installed on Windows?

Windows normally installs Python on one of the two locations: C:\Python39 C:\Users\YourUser\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python39 For me, it’s the latter. For you, it may be different—this article shows you how to check for yourself! ๐Ÿ™‚ For your convenience, I’ve made a short gif that shows how I rushed through the code on my Windows machine: Before you start, …

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Division in Python

The double-frontslash // operator performs integer division and the single-frontslash / operator performs float division. An example for integer division is 40//11 = 3. An example for float division is 40/11 = 3.6363636363636362. A crucial lesson you need to master as a programmer is “division in Python”. What does it mean to divide in Python? …

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How to Check Your TensorFlow Version in Colab?

To check your TensorFlow version in your Jupyter Notebook such as Google’s Colab, use the following two commands: import tensorflow as tf This imports the TensorFlow library and stores it in the variable named tf. print(tf.__version__) This prints the installed TensorFlow version number in the format x.y.z. The following code example uses the dunder attribute …

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