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How to Install Linux?

Linux Installation Procedure
On request from my readers, i am posting the linux installation procedures. You are free to choose anny one of these FIVE procedures.

Linux operating system is available in numerous flavors, such as Debian,
Ubuntu, Fedora, RedHat, etc.


I. Slick and go: You can install it on your hard disk and completely erase the current disk, which will wipe out your Windows install. This isn't recommended unless you are installing Linux on an older computer that isn't critical to your business. Or if you are really ready for a change and are into new and exciting things...

II. Dual-Boot: Another way is to install Linux alongside your current Windows install and then decide which one you want to use at bootup. This is a popular route because you can always go back to Windows if you need something. This is recommended because there will be growing pains when you start to use Linux. Linux can do anything that Windows can do, but it is not Windows. Once …

Python Facts

Python Facts Python Facts
Python is a WYSIWYG language--what you see is what you get because the way code looks in the way it runs, regardless of who coded it.

Python2 is backward compatible; whereas Python3 is backward INCOMPATIBLE. Python supports OOPs concepts. But, in python, both private and protected modes are having same authority. This is the only limitation in python becoming complete OOP language. Python interpreter generates byte-code, so the python applications are platform-independent. Python runs faster than java, but slower than C language. Python was written in C language. Pre/Post increment/decrement like x++,x--,--x,++x, are INVALID in python Compound operations such as +=,-=,*=,/= are VALID in Python Python is case-sensitive i.e., variable “work” is different from variable “Work”, or “WORK” Using underscores (eg:price_at_opening) and Camel-casing (eg:PriceAtOpening)is VALID Multiple Assignments are VALID in python. Ex: x=y=z=1 Parallel assignment (or unpacking) is POSSIBLE in …