pythonic


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py·thon·ic

 (pī-thŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or resembling a python.
2. Of or resembling an oracle; prophetic.
3. Of extraordinary size and power.

py•thon•ic

(paɪˈθɒn ɪk, pɪ-)

adj.
prophetic; oracular.
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Do they even read the fulsome praise and vile aspersions (the latter far outnumber the former) that the public screams at these prophetesses who periodically emerge from pythonic serenity to recommend Carl's Jr.
Python has a core philosophy, and the more you code in Python the more you tend to understand what makes certain code more or less 'Pythonic'.
He covers Pythonic thinking, functions, classes and inheritance, metaclasses and attributes, concurrency and parallelism, built-in-modules, collaboration, and production.