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Subreddit for posting questions and asking for general advice about your python code.#### Description

Welcome to /r/LearnPython!

Please read the rules and guidelines below and search before posting.

  • Rule 1: Posts must be about learning python
  • Rule 2: No posts advertising blogs/videos/tutorials/etc
  • Rule 3: No recruiting/hiring/seeking others posts
  • Rule 4: Be polite

Please, no "hit and run" posts, if you make a post, engage with people that answer you. Please do not delete your post after you get an answer, others might have a similar question or want to continue the conversation.

  • Posting only assignment/project goal is not allowed. Read posting guidelines.
  • Posting screenshot of the code is (generally) not allowed. Read posting guidelines.
  • Reddit rules These apply also on this subreddit.

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All learning resources are in the wiki: /r/learnpython/w/index

Frequently Asked Questions: /r/learnpython/w/FAQ

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#Guidelines

##Commenting

  • Try to guide OP to a solution instead of providing one directly.

  • Provide links to related resources.

  • Answer the question and highlight side-issues if any exist.

  • Don't "answer and run", be prepared to respond to follow up questions.

  • Proofread your answers for clarity and correctness.

  • Be polite.

##Posting

  • Format your code for reddit or use a site like github or pastebin. Your code is hard to read and test otherwise.

  • Be sure to try out suggestions you get and report back.

  • SSCCE Keep your code Short, Self Contained, Correct (Compilable) and provide Example

  • Include the error you get when running the code, if there is one.

  • Ensure your example is correct. Either the example compiles cleanly, or causes the exact error message about which you want help.

  • Avoid posting a lot of code in your posts.

  • Posting homework assignments is not prohibited if you show that you tried to solve it yourself.

##Posting resources

##Code hosting

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