Digging into Abstract Syntax Trees for analyzing and modifying Python programs

A session at PyOhio 2014

Sunday 27th July, 2014

2:00pm to 3:00pm (EST)

This talk will explain how the python interpreter uses the ast module to turn the code you write into Abstract Syntax Trees which are then executed. With an understanding of these underlying techniques we'll examine static analysis tools such as pyflakes and talk about how to create programs that analyze the structure of python scripts.

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Adam Haney

Chief nerd at @campusbellhops living and working in #cha

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Time 2:00pm3:00pm EST

Date Sun 27th July 2014


Hays Cape, Ohio Union

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