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00:00 – Introduction
00:19 – Send Emails
01:10 – Job Board Scraper
03:21 – Price Tracker
06:15 – Background Image
08:00 – Tweet Scheduler
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Great vid ! God bless
What is that terminal that you are using?
make a part 2 of this please 🙏
But I'm curious about the vscode theme!
Can you tell us?
Thanks for this! I am just starting to learn some coding with the hopes of automating some tedious tasks and this gave me a really great breakdown of what is possible and gives me a much better idea of what I would actually have to do. Great video.
Thanks for the awesome tutorial.. i can't find the link to learn about scheduling cronjobs..
The auto email is not working for me although I did as shown in the video. I was told that one should avoid using gmail, because it is a highly secured server and it is quite complex to make it work. In fact, most if not all examples on the Internet demonstrating how to send an email with a Gmail server do not work
How do you search for the item
Do you have any course for beginners I would like to learn more but I don't know where to start , thanks
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Hi newbie here. I'm trying to use pyautogui to automate saving excelfile. apologies if im not using proper programming vocabulary. So here it is. I declared tday as date today & tdelta to 1. then i created a tdate=tday-tdelta which just minus 1 day from today. Then i declared FILE_NAME as the path with the filename itself with the date. so if today is April 7, 2021 the filename should look like DATA_2021-04-06.csv. The problem is when i try saving it. and executing the pyautogui.typewrite(FILE_NAME). it just types in everything in text. This is the filename created "DATA_ + tdate +.csv . It looks as if tdate isn't seen as a variable. Rather it is seen as a text. I placed + + in between the variable tdate. but still its being saved as a text. Do you have any idea on this or a workaround or do i have wrong script. any sugestion would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
#CREATING DATE -1
FILE_NAME = 'C:UsersDesktopNew folder(3)DATA_' + tdate + '.csv'
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Hey awesome video. Are all of the programs you use free?
very nice ideas!
Guys, do someone knows what "plug in" is he using in the macos terminal?
Useful and fun. Thank you.
Awesome, informative and very consistent video. The knowledge given here is extremely useful and applicable for different projects,. Beside that, it can be easily use, modify and deploy.Great and innovative channel. Keep going. Have a nice day!
Thanks for another great tutorial. I would love to see one on Pandas and DataFrames in general in the future
Great project ideas!!
I'm following your channel from long time . Really an amazing content . Hope to see more projects near time .
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Nice tutorial….. Almost at 20k!!!
Hi, how can I contact you for help or advice