TypeError: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable – Trying To Create A Graph

This is creating a single integer that’s the concatenation of all the numbers in CaseNumberList, not a list of integers: IntCaseNumberList = int(“”.join(str(i) for i in CaseNumberList)) So when you try to ue IntCaseNumberList[i], it doesn’t work because it’s a number, not a list. To create a list of integers, you need to call int() … Read more

What’s the difference between str.isdigit(), isnumeric() and isdecimal() in Python?

By definition, isdecimal() ⊆ isdigit() ⊆ isnumeric(). That is, if a string is decimal, then it’ll also be digit and numeric. Therefore, given a string s and test it with those three methods, there’ll only be 4 types of results. +————-+———–+————-+———————————-+ | isdecimal() | isdigit() | isnumeric() | Example | +————-+———–+————-+———————————-+ | True | True … Read more

multiprocessing vs multithreading vs asyncio

TL;DR Making the Right Choice: We have walked through the most popular forms of concurrency. But the question remains – when should choose which one? It really depends on the use cases. From my experience (and reading), I tend to follow this pseudo code: if io_bound: if io_very_slow: print(“Use Asyncio”) else: print(“Use Threads”) else: print(“Multi … Read more

How to check if an object has an attribute?

Try hasattr(): if hasattr(a, ‘property’): a.property See zweiterlinde’s answer below, who offers good advice about asking forgiveness! A very pythonic approach! The general practice in python is that, if the property is likely to be there most of the time, simply call it and either let the exception propagate, or trap it with a try/except … Read more