Mastering Python’s Regex – part 1 : Basics

Mastering Python’s Regex – part 1 : Basics

Python regular expressions is often an overlooked topic in the python apprentice path due to it’s seemingly mingled nature. If programming was new enough, you don’t need those bizarre symbols to complicate your life further. However, if you understand it, you can use it. Regex is easy … if you get the right tutorial !… Continue Reading Mastering Python’s Regex – part 1 : Basics

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Test Driven Development.

Test Driven Development.

Test Driven Development In Python Ever Wondered how to do tests in python and what they really are? (Test Driven Development in python), quite hard as some might say. This is your one stop blog in understanding what it is and it’s work-flow. Test driven development is a software development technique where you get to write… Continue Reading Test Driven Development.

Installing OpenCv on the Pi3 with python3 (and usb webcam)

opencv is one of the most difficult python package to install. it’s not a pip install easy package issue. in this post, we’ll see how to painlessly install it. Target Os we are using noobs see here Target Pi pi3 Existing Instructions there are two posts which i found to be nice : [pyimagesearch] and… Continue Reading Installing OpenCv on the Pi3 with python3 (and usb webcam)

Raspberry-Pi setup – part 2 : establishing ssh connection

establishing an ssh connection is incredibly useful to manage your pi from another device/remotely be it your android phone or pc Steps connect the pi to the internet locate pi start ssh connection connect the pi to the internet using a two endpoints network cable, connect the pi to your router, or if you have… Continue Reading Raspberry-Pi setup – part 2 : establishing ssh connection

Fixing an issue of tkinter tags overlapping

If you’ve worked with tkinter’s Text widget, you may notice that when you add many tags to it sometimes things get messed. So let’s dive right into this. We will use syntax highlighting as an example. Explaining our goal Consider we have the following code, from tkinter import * class Files(Frame):     def __init__(self, parent):         Frame.__init__(self,… Continue Reading Fixing an issue of tkinter tags overlapping