Join Michele Vallisneri for an in-depth discussion in this video ✓ Challenge: Parallel search, part of Python: Programming Efficiently.
- [Instructor] For your challenge, write a simple…multi-processing program based on Pool…that finds the index of word in a large dictionary,…such as the list of words words.gz…contained in the exercise files.…Use a brute force search divided among processes.…This is a ridiculously simplified version…of how search engines run on classes of machine.…Some hints, read the file words…before setting up the pool…so it will be available in all processes.…
Use gzip.open to read a gzip-compressed text file.…Good luck.…
- Designing efficient loops
- Exploiting Python collections
- Writing Pythonic code
- Choosing the best libraries for your tasks
- Downloading webpages with requests
- Parsing HTML with Beautiful Soup
- Manipulating images with Pillow
- Making videos and drawing on maps with matplotlib
- Serving webpages with Jinja2 and Flask
- Working with Python classes
- Taking advantage of functional techniques
- Profiling CPU and memory use
- Exploiting parallelism
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