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How to create a custom web server in Python 3.5

How to create a custom web server in Python 3.5 Posted on May 18, 201812 Comments



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New to Python?

New to Django?

JavaScript (ES6)

Flask

React/Redux

NodeJS
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12 comments

  1. encode() in python3 already return bytes, so sending the encoded string into bytes() is not needed 😀 It took me a while to get used to strings in python3, but they make so much more sense. You decode bytes into strings and encode strings into bytes. In python2 the string class had both encode() and decode() causing a lot of confusion.

  2. thanks for this. i'm extremely new to programming but i thought id just give this a watch as it might come in handy later. i understood some of this surprisingly. i can't wait to get as good as you though

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