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Today I learned that the underscore _ is a soft keyword in Python.

Let us implement a calculator in ONE line of code.

In the 7th part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will add support for if statements.

In the 6th part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will add support for variables, simple assignments, and chained assignments.

In the 5th part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will add support for multiple statements in our program.

In the 4th part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will add support for more arithmetic operations and parenthesised expressions.

In the third part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will make our parser, compiler, and interpreter, much more flexible with the visitor pattern.

In the second part of this series of building a Python compiler and interpreter we will improve the support of numbers.

Today I learned that you can run custom Python code when Python starts-up, before running other scripts or programs.

In this tutorial series we will build a Python compiler and interpreter from scratch. We start with simple arithmetic expressions.

Learn how batched from the module itertools works, example use cases, and how to implement it.

Today I learned that Python and other programming languages have negative zero, -0.0.

Today I learned about the Python 3.12 type statement you can use to create type aliases.

This explains how I added stats to my blog page.

Today I learned how to create a sentinel value to use as a default argument in a way that respects Python typing.

Create a zooming animation from first principles in Python. In 5 minutes. Kind of.

Create animations from first principles and morph between different figures with Python. In 5 minutes. Kind of.

Today I learned that the largest file ever published to PyPI has 20 MILLION lines of code.

Today I learned how to find the commits that affected a specific file with git log.

Today I learned how to draw a Bézier curve with the De Casteljau's algorithm.