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This article is mainly for beginners at webscraping, and should help with thinking about how to scrape something specific off a website with the example below. The best way to learn methods on grabbing specific HTML tags is to find a website you frequently go to and try to automate something with the text you can grab from that site. Normal advice but; read the official docs when trying to pinpoint a HTML tag, then google carefully…

I typically just have test files for specific HTML tag targets that are hard to grab, and a main file with the rough draft of the entire scraper. Once the rough draft is done and the scrapes are outputting the correct format I want; start to abstract the code more. …


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I have been using pass for about over a month now, and I think it’s a great terminal password manager. It uses gpg to encrypt your passwords into physical files in an organized folder system. And yes, the images below are all on WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) on Windows. It is a simple process to use Linux on Windows; Type in powershell in your start menu, run as admin, and run this command: Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux

After it restarts your pc, just go to the Microsoft Store and install Ubuntu (or a listed distro of your choice). …


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I recently had my first experience installing Linux on my Windows laptop, and it was a lot more simple than I thought it would be. As it is a very simple process, I think anyone should be able to do this following a few steps. …

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