Use Objexplore for Inspecting and Debugging Python Code
Objexplore is a Python package that you can use for inspecting and debugging code. Use it to discover features you weren't aware of, for debugging and understanding code. I learned about this wonderful tool in the Talk Python episode about
Textual, the former being one of the building blocks of
Objexplore. In this short screencast I demonstrate inspecting the
builtins Python module with
Objexplore in an
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