Easier done than said ….like actually 03:35:23 Coffee with a drop of sleep in my eyes I am rather tired at the moment but have enough energy to solve this task: Multiplication table challenge.. I expected this to be perplexing but was an enjoyable process.
Instead of downloading the pages, let’s just write the links out 4:40:41 PM In the last task we downloaded images directly to our machine into a folder in the current working directory. Since I am well acquainted with downloading files using requests, I decided to just write out the links into a text file instead […]
So you want to download images without a browser.. challenge accepted 3:43:41 PM And that is it! Improvement suggestions are welcomed!
Downloading a comic…. 9% 12:39:32 PM There is a solution provided in the book but this is my way of going around the task After 2 minutes my Comic directory looked like this: See you soon!
How to fill in the gaps 1:49:09 AM I need help with this! I like this exercise but I cannot seem to find its ideal solution. Could someone suggest in pseudocode, please..? I finally found the right way to post the python code (with indenting of-course)
Personally, one of the simplest projects yet This code (when properly indented) helps to list out all files with a size greater than the given limit.
As usual… super simple automation.. I know it is quite trivial, but the fact that with a few lines of code I could re-organize my files based on their extensions makes coding really fun even outside of work.
With this script we can make a new directory(if it does not exist) and move files with a given ending into the directory. This was not a task in the book, but just something I thought of solving. Quite interesting to know what you could do with string operations like “startWith” and “endWith”.
Searching through a list of text files in a given directory … I personally found this enjoyable. It was easier to solve compared to last problem. What I can say at this stage is, learn how to search to documentation and google! It helps… heheh.. oh yea, leave your suggestions in the comment box. see […]
Creating MadLib: It was quite a task to solve this problem but worth it. I learned how to retrieve command line arguments using sys module, regex to match and search for the keyword in a given string, and os to create new files and open files. I think a step further would be to […]