Dependent Origination

Things I learned about Python

Posted on: January 22, 2014

1. no ++ or — operator. do number +=1

2. list splice operator a[start:end] from start to end-1

3. True, False (with capital letter)

4. decorator

5. **kwargs — you can pass in arbitrary number or named parameters in

(meant to be a growing list)

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