Three Python Nuances I Wish I'd Known Earlier
By: Jess Unrein
Date: Jan. 10, 2019, 6 p.m.
I'll briefly go over three Python gotchas that have given me headaches in the past that I wish I had known about earlier. We'll talk about how lists store references to objects, why default mutable arguments are unexpectedly tricky, and the difference "is" and "==" comparators.