Link: wtfpython

November 30, 2020

Satwik Kansal's wtfpython is at one level a whole collection of 'what the heck' Python moments, that outsiders might laugh at. At another level it's a valuable collection of Python mistakes that you might make and misunderstandings that you might have. I certainly learned some things from reading all the way through it, and hopefully have avoided some future mistakes.

Written on 30 November 2020.
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