# Category:Python

**Python**

This

**programming language**may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.

Official website |
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Execution method: | Interpreted |
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Garbage collected: | Yes |

Parameter passing methods: | By object reference |

Type safety: | Safe |

Type strength: | Strong |

Type expression: | Implicit |

Type checking: | Dynamic |

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From the official Python website: "Python is a programming language that lets you work more quickly and integrate your systems more effectively. You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs."

It is easy to create clean bug-free programs in Python due to the motto: "Errors should never pass silently." Python is an interpreter. Python source files (.py files) are typically compiled to an intermediate bytecode language (.pyc files) and executed by a Python Virtual Machine.

### Notes

Because Python uses whitespace for structure, do not format long code examples with leading whitespace, instead use `<pre></pre>`

tags, or, preferably, `<syntaxhighlight lang="python"></syntaxhighlight>`

tags. This will make it easier to copy code into and out of the wiki. Example:

```
print('this line must not have leading indentation!')
if True:
print('example: ', foo(3), len(bar))
```

Some Python examples may deviate from idiomatic Python because they may be written to work in Python 3.X as well as Python 2.X environments. This includes doing things like:

- Using brackets in print statements/functions of one expression.
- Using zip and not izip; keys(), values(), items() and not their iter- forms.
- Checking for raw_input and setting raw_input to input if not found.
- Conditionally importing reduce if it is not found.

This style is not a requirement for Python code on RC, but it may be in use and should not necessarily be 'corrected' if found in examples.

The command line is often used in Python for short pieces of code, and so, again; examples showing such use are not incorrect and may be left.

## See Also

## Todo

## Subcategories

This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total.

### @

- Python Implementations (8 P)
- Python User (346 P)

### K

- Kivy (1 P)

### L

- Livewires (1 P)

### M

- Matplotlib (3 P)

### N

- NumPy (13 P)

### T

- Tkinter (8 P)

### V

- VPython (9 P)

### W

- WxPython (3 P)

## Pages in category "Python"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 1,520 total.

(previous page) (next page)### C

- Cholesky decomposition
- Chowla numbers
- Church numerals
- Cipolla's algorithm
- Circles of given radius through two points
- Circular primes
- Cistercian numerals
- Classes
- Closest-pair problem
- Closures/Value capture
- Code Golf: Code Golf
- Code segment unload
- Collect and sort square numbers in ascending order from three lists
- Collections
- Color of a screen pixel
- Color quantization
- Color wheel
- Colorful numbers
- Colour bars/Display
- Colour pinstripe/Display
- Colour pinstripe/Printer
- Combinations
- Combinations and permutations
- Combinations with repetitions
- Comma quibbling
- Command-line arguments
- Commatizing numbers
- Comments
- Common list elements
- Common sorted list
- Compare a list of strings
- Compare length of two strings
- Compare sorting algorithms' performance
- Compiler/AST interpreter
- Compiler/code generator
- Compiler/lexical analyzer
- Compiler/Preprocessor
- Compiler/syntax analyzer
- Compiler/virtual machine interpreter
- Composite numbers k with no single digit factors whose factors are all substrings of k
- Compound data type
- Concatenate two primes is also prime
- Concurrent computing
- Conditional structures
- Conjugate a Latin verb
- Conjugate transpose
- Consecutive primes with ascending or descending differences
- Consistent overhead byte stuffing
- Constrained random points on a circle
- Continued fraction
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/Construct from rational number
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/G(matrix ng, continued fraction n)
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/G(matrix ng, continued fraction n1, continued fraction n2)
- Convert decimal number to rational
- Convert seconds to compound duration
- Convex hull
- Conway's Game of Life
- Coprime triplets
- Coprimes
- Copy a string
- Copy stdin to stdout
- CORDIC
- Count how many vowels and consonants occur in a string
- Count in factors
- Count in octal
- Count occurrences of a substring
- Count the coins
- Count the coins/0-1
- Countdown
- Cousin primes
- Cramer's rule
- CRC-32
- Create a file
- Create a file on magnetic tape
- Create a two-dimensional array at runtime
- Create an HTML table
- Create an object/Native demonstration
- CSV data manipulation
- CSV to HTML translation
- Cuban primes
- Cubic special primes
- Cullen and Woodall numbers
- Cumulative standard deviation
- Currency
- Currying
- Curzon numbers
- CUSIP
- Cut a rectangle
- Cycle detection
- Cycles of a permutation
- Cyclops numbers
- Cyclotomic polynomial

### D

- Damm algorithm
- Data Encryption Standard
- Date format
- Date manipulation
- Dating agency
- Day of the week
- Day of the week of Christmas and New Year
- Days between dates
- De Bruijn sequences
- De Polignac numbers
- Deal cards for FreeCell
- Death Star
- Deceptive numbers
- Decimal floating point number to binary
- Decision tables
- Deconvolution/1D
- Deconvolution/2D+
- Decorate-sort-undecorate idiom
- Deepcopy
- Define a primitive data type
- Delegates
- Delete a file
- Deming's funnel
- Department numbers
- Descending primes
- Detect division by zero
- Determinant and permanent
- Determine if a string has all the same characters
- Determine if a string has all unique characters
- Determine if a string is collapsible
- Determine if a string is numeric
- Determine if a string is squeezable
- Determine if only one instance is running
- Determine if two triangles overlap
- Determine sentence type
- Dice game probabilities
- Digit fifth powers
- Digital root
- Digital root/Multiplicative digital root
- Dijkstra's algorithm
- Dinesman's multiple-dwelling problem
- Dining philosophers
- Disarium numbers
- Discordian date
- Discrete Fourier transform
- Display a linear combination
- Display an outline as a nested table
- Distance and Bearing
- Distinct power numbers
- Distributed programming
- Distribution of 0 digits in factorial series
- Diversity prediction theorem
- Divide a rectangle into a number of unequal triangles
- DNS query
- Documentation
- Doomsday rule
- Dot product
- Double Twin Primes
- Doubly-linked list/Definition
- Doubly-linked list/Element definition
- Doubly-linked list/Element insertion
- Doubly-linked list/Traversal
- Dragon curve
- Draw a clock
- Draw a cuboid
- Draw a pixel
- Draw a rotating cube
- Draw a sphere
- Draw pixel 2
- Duffinian numbers
- Dutch national flag problem
- Dynamic variable names

### E

- Earliest difference between prime gaps
- Eban numbers
- Echo server
- Eertree
- Egyptian division
- EKG sequence convergence
- Element-wise operations
- Elementary cellular automaton
- Elementary cellular automaton/Infinite length
- Elementary cellular automaton/Random number generator
- Elliptic curve arithmetic
- Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm
- Emirp primes
- Empty directory
- Empty program
- Empty string
- Enforced immutability
- English cardinal anagrams
- Entropy
- Entropy/Narcissist
- Enumerations
- Environment variables
- Equal prime and composite sums
- Equilibrium index
- Erdős-Nicolas numbers
- Erdős–Woods numbers
- Esthetic numbers
- Ethiopian multiplication
- Euclid-Mullin sequence
- Euclidean rhythm
- Euler method
- Euler's constant 0.5772...
- Euler's identity
- Euler's sum of powers conjecture
- Evaluate binomial coefficients
- Even numbers which cannot be expressed as the sum of two twin primes