Replacing Python Strings Often you’ll have a string (str object), where you will want to modify the contents by replacing one piece of text with another. In Python, everything is an object – including strings. This includes the str object. Luckily, Python’s string module comes with a replace() method. The replace() method is part of […]
Category: Python API References
Documentation and references to many of Python’s built-in functions and methods.
What is Python’s range() Function? As an experienced Python developer, or even a beginner, you’ve likely heard of the Python range() function. But what does it do? In a nutshell, it generates a list of numbers, which is generally used to iterate over with for loops. There’s many use cases. Often you will want to […]
Python’s time module has a handy function called sleep(). Essentially, as the name implies, it pauses your Python program. time.sleep() is the equivalent to the Bash shell’s sleep command. Almost all programming languages have this feature, and is used in many use-cases. Python’s time.sleep() Syntax This is the syntax of the time.sleep() function: