In this Python Tutorial, we will look at a couple of the aspects of being “Pythonic”. If you’ve never heard the term Pythonic before, basically it means that you are following conventions and coding styles of the Python language in order to write clean and readable code.
In this video we’ll specifically be looking at two aspects of being Pythonic, and those are “Duck Typing” and the concept that it is easier to ask forgiveness than permission (EAFP). Let’s get started.
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