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How to install Python 3.11 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy.)

Install Python 3.11 and make it default. Also, works on Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic), 20.04 (focal).

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How to Spot Statistical Manipulation—This Book Will Teach You the Secrets.

Media companies and business affiliates may play some tricks to manipulate statistical information. People could lie without being technically wrong.

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Painless Task Scheduling Using Python

You can use Crontab, or you can use this.

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How to Create File System Triggers in Python

How to painlessly monitor file creation, modification, and deletion programmatically.

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How To Write Readable, Elegant Regex Patterns In Python?

Defining regex patterns can be difficult for beginners. Even experts find it hard to read. But here's a Python library to do regex easily.

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A Brief Guide To Manage Configurations Using TOML Files

Why are TOML files better than JSON and YAML? How to manage Python project config? Why Netlify, Hugo, and many others prefer TOML.

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Converting Tuples to Lists, Sets, and Dictionaries in Python.

A complete guide to converting tuples to other iterable types. Tuples are one of the four iterable types in Python.

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How To Execute Shell Commands Over SSH Using Python?

Use python to run commands on a remote computer. Learn to do it password less with key files and run multiple commands with script files.

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How to Use Argparser to Get Command Line Arguments in Python Scripts.

Learn to use Python argparser with examples. Customize help messages, add data type conversion, and restrict inputs to a list of values.

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How to Easily Build Command Line Tools in Python?

You can build CLIs with Typer. It can accept command line arguments and get the output printed on the terminal.

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