Anyone who knows me finds out rather quickly that I have many opinions on programming and data science, and especially about how to do them well and avoid common pitfalls. If that sounds interesting to you, please check out the links either in the menu to the right (on large screen devices) or in the collapsible cell at the top of this page (under the main menu bar, on smaller devices).
I'll try to adhere to the following conventions throughout:
this style, inline with regular text, is either a terminal/shell command, a snippet of code, or a filename.
def random_i_promise(): return 42 # chosen at random, I swear
$are inputs - you would type everything after the dollar sign. Other lines are what is returned by the program. In the example, you would type
git --versionand see the second line:
$ git --version git version 2.28.0