Learning Python from C

Ascci numbers: ‘a’ => ord(‘a’)
Printf -> Print so %c => {:c} , end=””(not \n)
logic operators: || => or
&& => and
syntax: tab => 4 espacios




for i in range(a,b): #Loop between a(include) to b(not include)#Ways to run a loop in an argvfrom sys import argv
for i in range(0, len(argv)): #if you want to print -> argv[i]
import sys
for i in sys.argv[1:]: #if you want to print -> i
from sys import argv
for i in argv[1:]: #Loop since argv(1) #if you want to print -> i

for i in range(a:b):


import sys
from calculator_1 import add, mul, sub, div
from calculator_1 import *


# stuff to run always here such as class/def
def main():
# stuff only to run when not called via 'import' here
if __name__ == “__main__”:

Command Line Arguments

import sysprint(sys.argv)
argc = len(sys.argv) -1

Error Output Redirection

sys.stderr.write(‘warning, etc\n’)
script -> sys.exit().




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