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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #11
(07-17-2013, 07:10 AM)Ex094 Wrote:
(07-17-2013, 06:59 AM)Psycho_Coder Wrote: Short and nice tutorial. But you should have make it a bit more explanatory with other functions like xrange() and explaining how them them in different ways and shortening the code as much as possible.

Have a look at this :- http://www.hackcommunity.com/Thread-Cont...#pid146161
I am talking about something like the above.

Since you are giving codes so why not execute them in an online compiler like codepad and then give the link also. To be true very less users do actually run these and do. So if you give the links of the executed code then they will atleast see them live and understand the working.

Thank you,
Sincerely,
Psycho_Coder

I don't use xrange because of it's lazy evaluation and also as I use Python 3.3, xrange has been replaced with range, so xrange is now range. Thank you for your reply

I was going to point out what Deque had pointed but due to some work I was offline. However regarding your tutorial I believe that you should still give xrange and some of the tricks of how to shorten code using loops. Also you are assuming that the the users will also use Python 3.3, but as far as I know python 2.7 is widely used as well so you must mention both of them here and mention the versions with proper reasoning of the two types and why the former deprecated latter. However its your tut do whatever you think is best.

Thank you,
Sincerely,
Psycho_Coder
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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #12
(07-17-2013, 07:10 AM)Ex094 Wrote:
(07-17-2013, 06:59 AM)Psycho_Coder Wrote: Short and nice tutorial. But you should have make it a bit more explanatory with other functions like xrange() and explaining how them them in different ways and shortening the code as much as possible.

Have a look at this :- http://www.hackcommunity.com/Thread-Cont...#pid146161
I am talking about something like the above.

Since you are giving codes so why not execute them in an online compiler like codepad and then give the link also. To be true very less users do actually run these and do. So if you give the links of the executed code then they will atleast see them live and understand the working.

Thank you,
Sincerely,
Psycho_Coder

I don't use xrange because of it's lazy evaluation and also as I use Python 3.3, xrange has been replaced with range, so xrange is now range. Thank you for your reply

I was going to point out what Deque had pointed but due to some work I was offline. However regarding your tutorial I believe that you should still give xrange and some of the tricks of how to shorten code using loops. Also you are assuming that the the users will also use Python 3.3, but as far as I know python 2.7 is widely used as well so you must mention both of them here and mention the versions with proper reasoning of the two types and why the former deprecated latter. However its your tut do whatever you think is best.

Thank you,
Sincerely,
Psycho_Coder
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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #13
@Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #14
@Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
[Image: T4OUWZ1.png]


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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #15
@Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
[Image: T4OUWZ1.png]


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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #16
(07-19-2013, 07:39 PM)Legolas Wrote: @Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
Glad I helped, Good Luck with the Crypter but a word of advice, Python is not suitable for Crypters etc in my opinion
My Blog: http://www.procurity.wordpress.com
Donations: 1HLjiSbnWMpeQU46eUVCrYdbkrtduX7snG

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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #17
(07-19-2013, 07:39 PM)Legolas Wrote: @Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
Glad I helped, Good Luck with the Crypter but a word of advice, Python is not suitable for Crypters etc in my opinion
My Blog: http://www.procurity.wordpress.com
Donations: 1HLjiSbnWMpeQU46eUVCrYdbkrtduX7snG

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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #18
(07-19-2013, 07:39 PM)Legolas Wrote: @Ex094 ,
Thank you for this tutorial.

I am thinking to code a crypter in Python.
The executable will be arround, 3 Mb.Also it will be fud for long time.
This may not be a good idea,but i will try it.LoL.
Glad I helped, Good Luck with the Crypter but a word of advice, Python is not suitable for Crypters etc in my opinion
My Blog: http://www.procurity.wordpress.com
Donations: 1HLjiSbnWMpeQU46eUVCrYdbkrtduX7snG

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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #19
Hehe. :-)

Yeah,it is not suitable.It is not possible to has many options and the size of executable will be Big.
But it is summer,so i will try this . Tongue

[Before,1 month,i finished my crypter which is coded in Delphi and Assembly.]
[Image: T4OUWZ1.png]


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RE: Introduction to Python Range() Function #20
Hehe. :-)

Yeah,it is not suitable.It is not possible to has many options and the size of executable will be Big.
But it is summer,so i will try this . Tongue

[Before,1 month,i finished my crypter which is coded in Delphi and Assembly.]
[Image: T4OUWZ1.png]


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