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The unknown opens its doors to us, and now we get the Python update to version 3.11.0. Today we will share with one article about this, where it will be explained to you in more detail with examples. We will also direct you to the official documentation, like real programmers. We have also prepared for you an article on how you can create various magic and tricks using the Python commandline tools. We will also touch on the question, how to Introspect Python Objects at Runtime.

We also want to share with you an update for the easy difficulty level. We have drastically changed the position of the missions and sorted them by increasing complexity and the complexity of the data types used in these missions. Now, passing missions and learning the Python programming language will be more friendly and consistent. If you already have progress on the easy difficulty level, then the missions that were available to you will remain available with a note that they are now located on another island. For other difficulty levels, normal and advanced - your goal is the same, go for it. You can change the difficulty level in your profile.


Python CLI Tricks That Don’t Require Any Code Whatsoever - Out-of-the-box, Python standard library ships with many great libraries, some of which provide commandline interface (CLI), allowing us to do many cool things directly from terminal without needing to even open a .py file. This includes things like starting a web server, opening a browser, parsing JSON files, benchmarking programs and many more, all of which we will explore in this article.

All The Ways To Introspect Python Objects at Runtime - Python provides a lot of ways to ask questions about your code. Whether it's basic things like help() function, built-in functions like dir() or more advanced methods in inspect module - the tools are there to help you find the answers to your questions. Let's find out what kinds of questions about our own code can Python answer for us and how it can help us during debugging sessions, dealing with type annotations, validating inputs and much more.

Python 3.11.0 - Python 3.11.0 is the newest major release of the Python programming language, and it contains many new features and optimizations. Some of the new major new features and changes in Python 3.11 are in this article.

Python 3.10 vs. Python 3.11 Benchmark - It’s no secret that Python isn’t the fastest programming language out there. Well, that’s about to change, or at least head in the right direction. This is not the most recent article about Python 3.11, but it will fully demonstrate the speed comparison of Python 3.11 vs Python 3.10.

What’s New in Python 3.11 - Overview of updates in the new version of Python 3.11

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