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= Coding Conventions Etc. =
 
= Coding Conventions Etc. =
  
In reading my code it may be of some use to know what conventions I have ( tried ) to follow.  The code has been developed over quite a period of time so the standards are not uniform.  What I write here are the standards that are in quite a bit of the code and the directions that I am trying to move.  In all of the coding consistency is an important standard, I have a ways to go. I am now only coding in Python 3.6 or up. Here are some types of conventions.  Ultimately if you want to understand the code, read it.  I work hard to make it readable, so please try, you can let me know of shortcoming, but note that I am aware of the fact that it still need improvement.  You also might be interested in [[Russ Python Tips and Techniques]].
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In reading my code it may be of some use to know what conventions I have ( tried ) to follow.  The code has been developed over quite a period of time so the standards are not uniform.  What I write here are the standards that are in quite a bit of the code and the directions that I am trying to move.  In all of the coding consistency is an important standard, I have a ways to go. I am now only coding in Python 3.6 or up. Here are some types of conventions.  Ultimately if you want to understand the code, read it.  I work hard to make it readable, so please try, you can let me know of shortcoming, but note that I am aware of the fact that it still need improvement.
  
 
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