- 14 September 2023
Method chaining is a programming style in which multiple method calls are made on the same object, in sequence. Each method call returns the object itself, so the next method can be called on it without having to assign the object to a variable in between.
This can make code more concise and readable, as it can be written as a single line of code instead of multiple lines. It can also make code more efficient, as the object does not have to be passed around between methods.
- 19 July 2023
Python 3.9 introduced new methods called
bytearray.removesuffix() via PEP 616 to remove a prefix or suffix from a string. These methods are similar to
str.rstrip() but they are more efficient and easier to use as they use a string instead of a set of characters. The latter is useful when you want to remove a prefix or suffix from a string that is not a set of characters.
Lets see an example where we want to remove the prefix
www. from a list of URLs as shown below: