Python Conventions (Zen of Python)

--Originally published at Elu's Blog

The Zen of Python is a list of ‘rules’ that you should follow when coding in Python3 in order to have the best code.

This is it:

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It can be found in the Python’s webpage:

The conventions are pretty straightforward “Simple is better than complex.” for example. In a few words, what the Zen of Python is saying, is that you have to write your code in a way that another person can easily understand it without explanation.

Here is a more in-depth explanation:

PEP 20 Presentation – Zen of Python by Maximilian Harris, Jessica Lynch and Noah Dillon