I have a list of IPs in MAXCDN_ARRAY to be used as whitelist. I want to check if a specific IP address is in range in this array. How can I structure the code so that it can compare all IPs in the array and say the specific IP in in range of this list or not? GrepCIDR You can use grepcidr to check if an IP address is in a list of CIDR networks.
In this tutorial, I would like to introduce a very cool Python hand-painted style visualization package: cutecharts . Different from the common charts such as Matplotlib and seaborn, this package can be used to generate the following kinds of charts that look like hand drawn, and the effect may be better in some scenarios. Cute charts are also interactive and dynamic. Whenever the mouse is hovering on the chart, the numbers show up.
Sometimes a programming design pattern becomes common enough to warrant its own special syntax. Python’s list comprehensions are a prime example of such a syntactic sugar. List comprehensions in Python are great, but mastering them can be tricky because they don’t solve a new problem: they just provide a new syntax to solve an existing problem. Let’s learn what list comprehensions are and how to identify when to use them.
Docstrings in Python Python Docstring is the documentation string which is string literal, and it occurs in the class, module, function or method definition, and it is written as a first statement. Docstrings are accessible from the doc attribute for any of the Python object and also with the built-in help() function can come in handy. One-line Docstrings The one-line Docstrings are the Docstrings which fits all in one line.