This page contains all Python scripts that we have posted our site so far.
pywhois is a Python module for retrieving WHOIS information of domains. pywhois works with Python 2.4+ and no external dependencies [Source]
In this script I’m using 8 possible answers, but please feel free to add more as you wish. There are 20 answers inside the Magic 8 Ball, and you can find them all here.
In an earlier post “OS.walk in Python“, I described how to use os.walk and showed some examples on how to use it in scripts. In this article, I will show how to use the os.walk() module function to walk a directory tree, and the fnmatch module for matching file names.
This post will show how you can make a small and easy-to-use port scanner program written in Python.
Backup all MySQL databases, one in each file with a timestamp on the end using ConfigParser.
To make a request to the Web search API, we have to import the modules that we
Pxssh is based on pexpect. It’s class extends pexpect.spawn to specialize setting up SSH connections.
This script can be used to parse date and time.
Bitly allows users to shorten, share, and track links (URLs). It’s a way to save, share and discover links on the web.
The smtplib module defines an SMTP client session object that can be used to send
mail to any Internet machine with an SMTP or ESMTP listener daemon. SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.
This short script uses the os.listdir function (that belongs to the OS module) to search through a given path (“.”) for all files that endswith “.txt”.
Speedtest.net is a connection analysis website where users can test their internet
speed against hundreds of geographically dispersed servers around the world.
In this article, I will show how to use the os.walk() module function to walk a
directory tree, and the fnmatch module for matching file names.
Knowing how to parse JSON objects is useful when you want to access an API
from various web services that gives the response in JSON.
Time for a script again, this one will geolocate an IP address based on input from the user. For this script, we will be using a bunch of Python modules to accomplish this.
This script will ask the user for its username, by using the raw_input function. Then a list of allowed users is created named user1 and user2. The control statement checks if the input from the user matches the ones that are in the allowed users list.
This script will use the Twitter API to search for tweets.
In this post, I will show you how you can do it without that by just using
The second part of the post is about the the timedelta class, in which we can see
the difference between two date, time, or datetime instances to microsecond
This is a classic “roll the dice” program.
This small script will count the number of hits in a Apache/Nginx log file.
This script will show all entries in the file that is specified in the log file
In this post, I will show you how you can print out the dates and times by just using datetime.datetime.now().
This small program extends the previous guessing game I wrote about in this
: post “Guessing Game”.
This script is an interactive guessing game, which will ask the user to guess a
number between 1 and 99.
You can use Pythons string and random modules to generate passwords.
OS.walk() generate the file names in a directory tree by walking the tree either top-down or bottom-up.
This script converts speed from KM/H to MPH, which may be handy for calculating
speed limits when driving abroad, especially for UK and US drivers.
In this script, we are going to use the re module to get all links from any website.
This script converts temperature between Fahrenheit to Celsius.
In this post we will be looking on how to use the Vimeo API in Python.
This program will show how we can use the API to retrieve feeds from YouTube.
This script will calculate the average of three values.
This is a simple Python script to check which external IP address you have.
This is a Python script of the classic game “Hangman”.
This script will ask for a movie title and a year and then query IMDB for it.
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