AHH. Feels good to be back to ordinary python (though I now have much more planned for heroku/django!). Today I wanted to punch out a quick lesson since it’s been a few weeks for a Learn Python the Hard Way, and I want to maybe finish the book by the end of the year. Here’s exercise 26, a debugging exercise. Excellent. *cracks fingers* Ok! First, I copied in the required “code” from here into nano & immediately set to correcting all the tiny errors, like missing parentheses, spelling errors (not that those matter too much in this exercise but pedantic habits die hard), and inconsistencies with function naming/calling. I knocked this out in about fifteen minutes. Exciting!! I should do another, even though it’s thanksgiving eve & that bathroom isn’t going to clean itself 🙂 ok but yeah just one more for real, this didn’t quite scratch the itch! and then I’ll get to the bathroom, jeez DAD LAY OFF
Edit: OH MY GOD THE NEXT EXERCISE IS TRUTH TABLES! HOORAY!!
seriously, I love truth tables.