# Python

Python is an high level, interpreted, general-purpose programming language. It’s based on design philosophy that emphasizes highly on code readability. It supports structured, object-oriented and functional programming paradigm. It has gained popularity due to its ease of use and collection of large sets of standard libraries.

What is Web Scraping? In simple words, Web Scraping is an extraction of data from a website. For example, some websites contains an extensive amount of invaluable data like stock prices, product’s details and sports stats, so if you want to access their information, either you will copy or paste information manually or write a code (Web Scrapping) that automates it. Web scraping is also known as web data mining… Read More »Web Scraping using Python: Tutorial on how to extract data from website using Python

## Web Scraping using Python: Tutorial on how to extract data from website using Python

Kadane algorithm is the fastest and optimized algorithm of Maximum Sum Subarray problem. Maximum sum subarray is the contiguous subarray within a given one dimension array with the largest sum. This problem is one of the classical interview questions in IT companies like Google, Apple, Amazon, LinkedIn, Facebook, Microsoft, Uber, and many more. For example, for an array, a = [-2, -4, 4, -2, -1, 1, 5, -7] A contiguous… Read More »Kadane algorithm for Maximum sum subarray problem: Java, Python and C++ code of Kadane algorithm

## Kadane algorithm for Maximum sum subarray problem: Java, Python and C++ code of Kadane algorithm

Understanding List is one of the most important thing for anyone who just started coding in Python. You may need to add an element to the list whether at the end or somewhere in between. Although it can be done manually with few lists of code, built in function come as a great time saver. There are 3 in-build method to add an element in a list. Beginners sometimes got… Read More »3 Methods to Add Elements to List in Python || Append vs Extend vs Insert methods of Python

## 3 Methods to Add Elements to List in Python || Append vs Extend vs Insert methods of Python

The insert() method inserts an element to the list at a given index. The index() method searches for an element in the list and returns its index. Syntax of Insert() Method  list.insert(index, element) Insert() Parameters This method takes two parameter index where an element needs to be inserted element is the element to be inserted in the list. This method doesn’t return any value. It just insert an element at the given index.… Read More »Insert Method in Python

## Insert Method in Python

Have you ever wondered: “How to add elements of one list to another?” The extend method of Python helps you to do exactly this.It is an in-build method that adds elements of specified list to the end of the current list. Since it is a method of class list, you use it by using dot(.) Operator on list. It doesn’t return any value but add the content to the existing… Read More »Extend Method in Python List

## Extend Method in Python List

Append() method is in-build Python method operating on list. Append method of python helps to add an object at the end of the existing list. It does not return the new list but instead modifies the original. Syntax of the Append() list.append(element) How Does Append() Method Works The method takes a single argument. element – an element to be added at the end of the listThe element can be numbers,… Read More »Python List Append() Method

## Python List Append() Method

A List in Python is implement to store the sequence of various types of data. It is a collection data-type that is ordered and changeable. A list can have duplicate values as well. Here, Python has three methods to find the length of list. Methods to find Length of List in Python There are three methods that are used to find the length of the list in Python: len() Naive… Read More »How to Find Length of List in Python

## How to Find Length of List in Python

Before making a list in Python, let’s understand about it. What is List? List is Python’s most flexible ordered collection object type. Unlike strings, lists can contain any sort of object: numbers, string, and even other lists. Lists are a useful tool for preserving a sequence of data and further iterating over it. The important characteristics of Python lists are: List is ordered collection of object and can be accessed… Read More »How to make a list in Python?

## How to make a list in Python?

This blog explained the steps to install Anaconda Python on Windows. Anaconda is the most popular, free and open-source distribution of Python and R Programming language. It is used for large-scale data processing, predictive analysis and scientific computing. The Anaconda distribution is used by over 15 million users and includes more than 1500 popular data-science packages. It comes with bunches of tools such as Sypder & Jupiter notebook. So lets… Read More »Installing Python using Anaconda

## Installing Python using Anaconda

Data types in NumPy NumPy supports a wide variety of data types. It is given using an attribute dtype which is a short form of data type. Most of the array creator/initializer function needs this arguments. Althoug optional, it helps numpy to determine the type of data type that array will store. Use of dtype NumPy Some time it is beneficial to use smaller data type to save memory and… Read More »Dtype NumPy: List of Data Types in NumPy and its Ranges