Another blog post on Python

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Just another heads up that I posted another blog post at ExchangeTimes.Net on how to make a specific Python version the default version on Linux.

This is useful if you use one version of Python 90% + of the time and don’t want to specify which version of Python you want to run each time. You can find the post here.

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Convert a PyQt ui file to a Python file on Linux

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Part of my Python programming module at Unisa is based on creating GUI applications using the Qt framework, PyQt5 to be more precise.

Unfortunately the study guide is based on Windows and not everything works the same way on Linux. The problem I had was not converting the .ui file as saved from Qt Designer to the .py file but with opening and running the application. The first conversion I did was straight from the guide as per below:

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