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Find out how often and by who a particular file is being requested. Prints the requesting addresses, hostnames, access times, and hit counts.



Sometimes I wish slice creation had a form that looked more like its invocation: [1:5], for example. This recipe allows slice arguments to be passed that look like {1:5}. NOTE: I don't recommend actually using this in practice. It will most likely...



Python's lack of a 'switch' statement has garnered much discussion and even a PEP. The most popular substitute uses dictionaries to map cases to functions, which requires lots of defs or lambdas. While the approach shown here may be O(n) for...



A common practice when dealing with sequences is to find the first or last item in the list that satisfies a predicate. This simple recipe increases the readability and writability for these tasks and nothing more.



reduce is a pretty nice built-in, but its usage in everyday code is seemingly rare. If you've been looking for excuses to use reduce, here are a few useful recipes to get you started.