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Simon StephenCourses Plus Student 427 Points
My instructor keeps mentioning in the video that we should refer to the "Docs". Where can I find the documents?
I am taking a Python course and he mentions "Python Docs" a few times but I cannot find where to access these documents.
If you want the docs locally, download a program called Dash if you're using a Mac.
If you're not on Mac, check out devdocs.io in your browser.
Both applications allow you to instantly search the docs for anything like data types or methods.
Also, FYI "Docs" stands for "Documentation", not "Documents".