I need a good explanation (references are a plus) on Python's slice notation. To me, this notation needs a bit of picking up. It looks extremely powerful, but I haven't quite got my head around it...
I have a string, 12345.00, and I would like it to return 12345.0. I have looked at trim, but it looks like it is only trimming whitespace and slice which I don't see how this would work. Any suggesti...
I see at many places the use of slice assignment for lists. I am able to understand its use when used with (non-default) indices, but I am not able to understand its use like: a_list[:] = ['foo', 'ba...
Does anyone know what the difference is between these two methods: String.slice String.substring
This Python code: import numpy as p def firstfunction(): UnFilteredDuringExSummaryOfMeansArray =  MeanOutputHeader=['TestID','ConditionName','FilterType','RRMean','HRMean','dZdtMaxVoltageM...
I am trying to implement slice functionality for a class I am making that creates a vector representation. I have this code so far, which I believe will properly implement the slice but whenever I do...
I stumbled onto this neat shortcut for converting a DOM NodeList into a regular array, but I must admit, I don't completely understand how it works: .slice.call(document.querySelectorAll('a'), 0) ...
I was looking for a way to print a string backwards, and after a quick search on google, I found this method: Suppose 'a' is a string variable. This will return the 'a' string backwards: a[::-1] C...
This came up in Hidden features of Python, but I can't see good documentation or examples that explain how the feature works.