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Python is one of the most widely used programming languages. It’s getting a lot of popularity these days because of so many Python frameworks in IoT, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligent space.

These Python Tutorials will help you in getting mastery over the Python Programming. The tips and tricks shared by us will enable you to write pythonic code with high performance, reusability, readability, and maintainability.

How to Check if a String contains a Substring in Python?

A substring is a sequence of characters within a String. The following are the methods in Python to check if a string contains another string i.e. substring. By using find() method By using in operator By using count() method By using str.index() method By using operator.contains() method Method 1: By using find() method The method […]

How to Sort Array in Python

Python arrays can be sorted using different sorting algorithms, varying in their runtime and efficiency based on the algorithm chosen. We investigate some of these approaches towards sorting array elements. Using sorted() on Python iterable objects Python uses some extremely efficient algorithms for performing sorting. The sorted() method, for example, uses an algorithm called Timsort […]

Python String capitalize() Function

String in Python has built-in functions for almost every action to be performed on a string. Python String capitalize() function is used to convert only the first character to the uppercase letter, rest all characters are lowercase. Key Points : Return Type: String Parametric Values: No parameters can be parsed onto capitalize() function. Converts only […]

Python Set – Things You MUST Know

Python set is an un-ordered and un-indexed collection of elements. Every element is unique. The set contains elements that are un-ordered. No duplicates are allowed. The set itself is mutable i.e. one can add/remove items(elements) from it. Unlike arrays, wherein the elements are stored in order, the order of elements in a set is not […]

Polymorphism in Python

Polymorphism means having vivid or different forms. In the programming world, Polymorphism refers to the ability of the function with the same name to carry different functionality altogether. It creates a structure that can use many forms of objects. This permits functions/arguments to use entities of different types at different times. In object-oriented programming, Polymorphism allows a […]

Operator Overloading in Python

Operator Overloading is the phenomenon of giving alternate/different meaning to an action performed by an operator beyond their predefined operational function. Operator overloading is also called Operator Ad-hoc Polymorphism. Python operators work for built-in classes. But the same operator expresses differently with different types. For example, The + operator will perform arithmetic addition on two numbers, merge two lists […]