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    Thanks for responding mayjune though it seems you...

    Thanks for responding mayjune though it seems you did not get my question -

    Code
    if 123 == 12:
    pass
    else:
    raise mayjune

    Output
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    Was that the only trap? Isn't that quite logical...

    Was that the only trap? Isn't that quite logical in almost all languages that function definition shall come first before a call is made to that function so that compiler is aware of it? Or the...
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    Phew!!! That was amazing approach mate. Simply...

    Phew!!! That was amazing approach mate. Simply brilliant work mashed with patience.
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    Excerpt from Dive into Python - ...

    Excerpt from Dive into Python -

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    When should you use from module import?
    * If you will be accessing attributes and methods often and...
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    raising an exception in python

    Hi Guys,

    I am back with a doubt again:

    I read that we can "raise" and exception in python if our program detects and error condition, e.g.


    def get_num():

    number = int(raw_input('Enter...
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    :) lolz ... nobody gonna help you here with...

    :) lolz ... nobody gonna help you here with illegal activities
  7. Curious to know what would meet your personal...

    Curious to know what would meet your personal satisfaction in programming. Accordingly you could pick up a programming language.
  8. Post Exploitation - 7 Linux Shells Using Built-in Tools

    Nice share here - 7 Linux Shells Using Built-in Tools LaNMaSteR53.blog

    There are many distributions of linux, and they all do things a little different regarding default security and built-in...
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    Hey thanks for endorsing mate.

    Hey thanks for endorsing mate.
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    Importing modules in Python?

    Hi,

    I am new to python coding and aware of following ways of importing modules (sys in my case):

    1. import sys
    All methods/functions of sys would get imported and the way of accessing them...
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