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How To Send mail from your Gmail account using Python

Published on 22-Nov-2021 21:52:51
Here, we are going to learn how to send a simple basic mail using Python code. Python, being a powerful language don’t need any external library to import and offers a native library to send emails- “SMTP lib”. “smtplib” creates a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol client session object which is used to send emails to any valid email id on the internet. Different websites use different port numbers. In this article, we are using a Gmail a... Read More

How can we create recursive functions in Python?

Published on 30-Oct-2021 14:38:44
Recursion is a programming method, in which a function calls itself one or more times in its body. Usually, it is returning the return value of this function call. If a function definition follows recursion, we call this function a recursive function. Also Read : How to get a list of parameter names inside Python function? A recursive function has to terminate to be used in a program. It terminates, if with every recursive call the solution of... Read More

How to get a list of parameter names inside Python function?

Published on 30-Oct-2021 13:40:54
To extract the number and names of the arguments from a function or function[something] to return ("arg1", "arg2"), we use the inspect module. The given code is written as follows using inspect module to find the parameters inside the functions aMethod and foo. Example import inspect def aMethod(arg1, arg2): pass print(inspect.getargspec(aMethod)) def foo(a,b,c=4, *arglist, **keywords): pass print(inspect.getargspec(foo))  Output ... Read More

How to make a chain of function decorators in Python?

Published on 03-Oct-2021 13:33:57
Decorators are “wrappers”, which allow us to execute code before and after the function they decorate without modifying the function itself. Example The given code can be wrapped in a chain of decorators as follows. def makebold(fn): def wrapped(): return "" + fn() + "" return wrapped def makeitalic(fn): def wrapped(): return "" + fn() + "" return wrapped @makebold @makeitalic def hello(): return "hello world" pr... Read More

What are Python function attributes?

Published on 03-Oct-2021 13:29:18
Everything in Python is an object, and almost everything has attributes and methods. In python, functions too are objects. So they have attributes like other objects. All functions have a built-in attribute __doc__, which returns the doc string defined in the function source code. We can also assign new attributes to them, as well as retrieve the values of those attributes. For handling attributes, Python provides us with “getattr” and “... Read More