Posts by Varsha Neelamma

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Radar chart in pygal

By Varsha Neelamma

You must be aware that Python provides you with several libraries to facilitate different types of tasks. Pygal is one such Python library that you can use for data visualization. .... Read More

How to change or modify column width size in Openpyxl

By Varsha Neelamma

Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used tools today. Most software projects intend to use it for organizing data. Thus it becomes necessary to have easy ways to access Excel.... Read More

How to fill cells with colors using openpyxl in Python

By Varsha Neelamma

Over the years, Microsft Excel has become an essential part of all types of work. Did you know that Python has a library that is designed specifically to allow you to work with exc.... Read More

Easy example of openpyxl iter_rows in Python

By Varsha Neelamma

Microsoft Excel is one the most popular and widely used spreadsheet software for mathematical and graphical computations. Openpyxl is a python module that helps you to manage and w.... Read More

How to merge two arrays in Swift?

By Varsha Neelamma

Just like other programming languages, Swift also provides array structures for storing data elements of the same type. Once you are familiar with declaring and storing elements in.... Read More

Split a list into evenly sized chunks in Python

By Varsha Neelamma

You must be familiar with Python lists and their operations. Lists simply are a collection of data separated by commas and held within square brackets []. However, do you know how .... Read More

Least Astonishment and the Mutable Default Argument in Python

By Varsha Neelamma

Python, as you may have observed is an easy and user-friendly language. However, sometimes you may come across tricky behavior in the language that may surprise you. One such behav.... Read More

How to take input from the user until they enter valid input in Python?

By Varsha Neelamma

Consider you are solving a problem in which you need to take input from the user and validate the same. You will simply use the input() method and typecast it accordingly for the s.... Read More

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