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accepted How do I assess tradeoff between robustness and “lazy” code in API design?
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comment How do I assess tradeoff between robustness and “lazy” code in API design?
@MartijnPieters Easier to use strings in REPL ... don't have to create a datetime.date, then call the function. Question still stands even if I switched to datetime.date: do I just allow datetime.date or also allow strings?
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answered Good references for End User documentation examples and advise
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answered I feel stuck in the center of Python, How to get past beginner
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comment As a beginning programmer, should I favor building my own libraries over using 3rd-party libraries?
Fantastic framework for thinking about the problem. Much appreciated.
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accepted As a beginning programmer, should I favor building my own libraries over using 3rd-party libraries?