Apple made waves at WWDC this year when it announced that it’d be making its own Mac chips, switching away from the Intel processors the company has used across its laptops and desktops since 2005.
While Apple may be new to computer chips, it’s been making its own processors ever since the original iPad and the iPhone 4. In fact, it’s one of the biggest advantages to Apple’s approach to design: Apple builds the chips, Apple makes the software, and Apple designs the hardware — every part of the process is under Apple’s control. Now, Apple is potentially poised
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Commenting your code is good practice if you want to help other people understand what you’ve written. This makes it crucial to learn how to comment in Python if you work on a big team.
However, it’s also very important if you want to understand what you’ve written at a point in the future. Returning to old code can be disorienting, and this is a problem if you hope to offer ongoing support for an app.
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In this post, we’re going to look at how to comment in Python, and how to