Welcome back! The other day we discussed a massive Python cheat sheet that held a bunch of information, if you want to read that article check out the link here:
This is the biggest Python cheat sheet
Welcome back! After scrolling through Reddit for endless hours I stumbled across a post mentioning a huge cheat sheet…
Well since I published that article there have been a few people who’ve recommended a few other cheat sheets as well, so let’s go ahead and cover those specific sheets in this article!
Learn X in Y Minutes
Starting off we have Learn X in Y Minutes, this is a very popular website that has tons of cheat sheets on different languages, if you want to access the Python cheat sheet here is the link:
Learn X in Y minutes Where X=Python
Python was created by Guido van Rossum in the early 90s. It is now one of the most popular languages in existence. I…
This is pretty much a single page (much like the github linked before) but this pretty much covers the very basics. This cheat sheet starts off with the data types in python, some standard calculations as well as storing variables:
Later on they go into managing loops (for and while), they also show how to do functions as well:
If you’re planning on interviewing soon or just want to cover the basics of this language going through this cheat sheet is a very awesome thing you can do.
Python Sheets has a massive cheat sheet specifically for Python, the thing I like about this is that it’s separated and pretty organized, here is the link to access it:
Welcome to Python Cheatsheet! - pysheeet
Welcome to pysheeet. This project aims at collecting useful Python snippets in order to enhance pythoneers' coding…
It definitely isn’t the most feature full cheat sheet but it does hold alot of value. If you plan on learning a bit more than the standard Python functions, this specific sheet maybe the one for you.
Lastly we have Pythons very own documentation, this one definitely isn’t the prettiest one but it definitely is the most up to date, access this documentation here:
The thing I liked most about this documentation is that it’s always up to date, whenever Python gets updated this specific page will also get updated! There are many different pages you can click on, the one you may want to visit first is the tutorial page:
Within this tutorial page there is alot of information, so from what i’ve seen it’s not quite a cheat sheet, more so a high level tutorial from Python’s official website.
Out of all of these cheat sheets this one definitely doesn’t give the vibe of a cheat sheet but it still holds a ton of value for sure.
There you have it, those are some of the other cheats sheets that were recommended, do you have any other cheat sheets you’ve used? Let me know as well, I would be more than happy to update this article!
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