Join Kathryn Hodge for an in-depth discussion in this video Using exercise files, part of Learning the Python 3 Standard Library.
- [Narrator] You have access to the same files that I'll be using here in the course. Simply follow the link on the main course page to download them. I'm showing you them here on the desktop, but you can place them anywhere you'd like. Inside of the exercise files folder you'll find a folder for each chapter of the course, where I showed you code in my code editor, and inside of that you'll find the individual files that I used with the start and finish dates. Because these are python files, you can open them with any code editor you'd like.
- Working with logical and comparison operators
- Getting a list of numbers with the range() and list() functions
- Using mathematical functions such as round(), abs(), and pow()
- Calculating a given input's length
- Importing and using the math module
- Reading a user's command-line arguments
- Getting the current time
- Formatting dates and times with datetime
- Creating a timer
- Using urllib to get content from the Internet
- Using the JSON module to decode content
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Python: What's Built-In?
2. Python: Math
3. Python: Input/Output
4. Python: Date & Time, HTML Parsing, and HTTP
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