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Style Guide for Python Code This document gives coding conventions for the Python code comprising the standard library in the main Python distribution. Please see the companion informational PEP describing style guidelines for the C code in the C implementation of Python [1]. This document and PEP 257 (Docstring Conventions) were adapted from Guido's original Python Style Guide essay, with some additions from Barry's style guide [2]. Controlling USB missile launchers from Python Office gadgets and toys are quite interesting and useful to those spending long hours in work. From time to time everyone wants to have a little bit of fun. In this article I'll take Dream Cheeky USB missile launcher and I'll control it from within a Python applications. The Dream Cheeky missile launcher is quite popular and there is a lot of code available to control it. In Europe you can get it from for example hightechtoyz.co.uk (it's not very widespread).

Supporting Non-ASCII Identifiers This PEP suggests to support non-ASCII letters (such as accented characters, Cyrillic, Greek, Kanji, etc.) in Python identifiers. Python code is written by many people in the world who are not familiar with the English language, or even well-acquainted with the Latin writing system. Such developers often desire to define classes and functions with names in their native languages, rather than having to come up with an (often incorrect) English translation of the concept they want to name. By using identifiers in their native language, code clarity and maintainability of the code among speakers of that language improves. For some languages, common transliteration systems exist (in particular, for the Latin-based writing systems).

Flask & Jinja template design In this part of the Learning Flask series, we're going to dive deeper into the Jinja templating engine and you'll learn more of the advanced features of this powerful library! In the last part of this series, you learned how to create base templates, child templates and how to extend them. In this part you'll learn more about template design, working with Python objects in your HTML and a few more handy tips for writing efficient, reusable code.

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