What is ‘assert’ in Python?

assert is a statement in Python that is used to check whether a condition evaluates to True or not. If not, it raises the AssertionError exception. assert [condition] For example, assert…

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Where Does pip Install Packages?

Run the following command in your terminal to see the location where pip is installing the packages: pip show <package_name> If you want to know the location of all installed…

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What is Slug in Django?

A Slug in Django is a string that contains only letters, numbers, underscores, or hyphens. For examples, 'hello-world', 'what-is-slug', 'learn-django', etc. Slugs are generally used in URLs. For example, in…

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How to Use chmod in Python?

The chmod command stands for "change mode". In Unix and Unix-like operating systems, it is used to change the access permissions of files. In Python, you can easily change the…

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How to Filter a List in Python?

Filtering a list means keeping only those items in the list that statisfy a particular condition. For example, filtering [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] for even numbers will result…

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How to Add Sets in Python?

Addition of two or more sets combines the items of different sets into a single set object. For example, the addition of {1, 2, 5} and {2, 6, 3} results…

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