The built-in function “eval()” of python is useful in many cases. But I am gonna talk about it’s negative one.
Let, you have a function that take arguments from user. If you do eval() on that input, it might create a havoc.
Continue reading Other side of Python eval() function
I have always loved the fact that The Python interpreter has a number of functions and types built into it. I am going to explore “eval()” in this article.
Continue reading What does eval() do in Python?
I am gonna talk about Git. We all somehow use git and thus it is important for us to better use .gitignore.
Continue reading Some git tips to survive in versioning world – Part 1