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The Best Way to Request User Input in Python

Take advantage of the PyInputPlus Module

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Requesting user input is a topic of frequent discussion. There are lots of opinions and strategies out there, but it’s important to be willing to change. I’ve recently come across what I consider now the best way to request user input in Python and I want to share it with you.




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