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Semicolon

Semicolon in Python

Let’s talk about the use of the semicolon in Python. The general meaning of semicolon(;) in various programming languages is to put an end to or discontinue the current statement.  In programming languages like C, C++, and Java, using a semicolon is necessary to terminate the line of code. However, that is not the case […]

WEIGHTED MOVING AVERAGE (WMA) FUNCTION IN PYTHON

Weighted Moving Average – Implementation in Python

In this article, we’ll calculate the Weighted Moving Average in Python. Weight Moving Average or WMA is used extensively in trading setups Understanding Moving Averages A Moving Average is used to analyze the time-series data by calculating averages of different subsets of the complete dataset. Moving Average is also known as Rolling or Running Average. […]

Classmethod()

Python classmethod()

Python classmethod() is a built-in function of the Python standard library! There are three types of methods in Python: Instance Method Class Method Static Method Here, in this article, we’re going to discuss and focus on the class method of Python. So let’s get started. What is a Python classmethod()? A Python classmethod() can be […]

Array Indexing In Python

Array Indexing in Python – Beginner’s Reference

Array Indexing means searching for elements in an array using the index (position) of elements for quick retrieval of information. Getting Started with Array Indexing in Python Python arrays are variables that consist of more than one element. In order to access specific elements from an array, we use the method of array indexing. The […]

Calculus In Python

Calculus in Python with SymPy – Limits, Derivatives, and Integration

Let’s learn to perform Calculus in Python. Calculus is a part of mathematics. It was discovered by Isaac Newton and Gottfried. In a nutshell, is an answer to two big questions related to functions. The First Question: At a particular point, how steep is a function? The solution to this question can be obtained by […]

Colon In Python

Colon in Python – Why do we use (:) in Python?

A colon (:) holds a lot of importance in Python. A colon in Python is used for multiple functions including declaring functions, fetching data, array indexing, and more. Let’s discuss the functions and the uses of colons in further detail below. Functions of the colon(:) A colon is used to represent an indented block. It […]