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#1 bobsmith76   User is offline

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where can I find good intermediate code to read

Posted 17 October 2018 - 12:34 PM

It's not easy finding good intermediate code to read. If you look in the standard library the modules are written on a very advanced level and it is very difficult to tell what is going on. In textbooks, the authors are forced to provide simplified examples due to space considerations and other reasons. So where can I find good intermediate code to read. What I mean is something roughly between 500 and 2000 lines long which performs operations which are not too arcane. Thanks in advance.

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Re: where can I find good intermediate code to read

Posted 17 October 2018 - 12:54 PM

Browse around github? If you want something that is a bit more digestible you can also check out github gists. Those are little snippets of code that people write and save for projects. You can filter by Python and see what is there. Some of it is commented, but if it is any good, it should be fairly readable.

Really the only thing you can do is read articles, browse code repositories and participate in boards like this. I know some of the posts in our Python tutorials section is worth checking out.

https://www.dreaminc...thon-tutorials/

I hope this helps. :)
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