Python ord()

The Python ord() Function – What it Does and How to Use It

The ord() function returns an integer representation of a Unicode character. Here’s why it does that and how it’s used. Python ord() Function Syntax First, here’s the syntax for the ord() function: ord(CHAR) Note that: CHAR is the single Unicode character you wish to receive the corresponding integer representation of Only a single character is… Read More »The Python ord() Function – What it Does and How to Use It

Python Dictionary slice()

How to Slice a Dictionary in Python, With Examples

We’ve covered how to use the slice function to slice strings, tuples, lists, and other sequences. This tutorial will show you how to slice dictionaries, with examples. Dictionaries Not sure what a dictionary is in the Python programming language? Get up to speed with our article here. The slice() Function and the islice() Function… Read More »How to Slice a Dictionary in Python, With Examples

/etc /bin /etc /dev - Linux Directories and What's in Them

/etc /bin /etc /dev – Linux Filesystem Directories and What’s in Them

If you’re new to the Linux operating system, you might be a bit confused about exactly what is stored where on your hard drive.  Directories like /etc and /bin might seem confusing to you if you’re used to Windows‘ directory structure. This article will tell you what everything is. As an end-user,… Read More »/etc /bin /etc /dev – Linux Filesystem Directories and What’s in Them

Bash Set/Export Environmental Variable

Bash Scripts Set Environmental Variables with EXPORT [HowTo]

This tutorial will show you how to set environmental variables in Bash/Shell scripts using the export keyword. Generally, variables declared in Bash/Shell scripts exist only within the scope of that running Bash/Shell script. To make them available elsewhere, they can be set as an environmental variable… Read More »Bash Scripts Set Environmental Variables with EXPORT [HowTo]