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Using PyLint: Recap and Summary

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Congratualations, you’ve made it until the end! This is the last video of the course and provides you a little summary of what you’ve learned during the course. Furthermore, a few recommondations are given.

Vasanth T on May 14, 2019

Very useful tool and thanks Dan for putting this in a simple video format. Now I will look for the sublime text plugin for this....

Dan Bader RP Team on May 14, 2019

Thanks! Check out SublimeLinter :)

Prerit Anwekar on May 15, 2019

Thanks Dan! I do like linters but as you said, the tools are not perfect and somethings have more subjective answers. Oh and I bought the Python tricks book too…it’s really cool!! :D Thank you!

The Cool Ghoul on July 27, 2019

I use the anaconda navigator and jupyter as my IDE. Anaconda also offers sypder as a Python IDE along with Jupyter. For those using Jupyter, which I still love, Spyder is a very nice complement to it. From time to time, export your notebook file as a python program ( .py) file. Then import into Spyder. Spyder can use pylint for static code analysis. You may need to install pylint via conda via the command line: conda install -c anaconda pylint

Ghani on Oct. 26, 2020

Nice course; thanks!

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