Building a Password Validator | Getpass | String | Python Projects

Building a Password Validator | Getpass | String | Python Projects

On Day 5 of the #Python30 course, we are going to build a Password validator using some concepts you might not be aware of. For example, Instead of using the input function to prompt the user to enter a password, we can use the get pass library, which does pretty much the same thing,

On Day 5 of the #Python30 course, we are going to build a Password validator using some concepts you might not be aware of. For example, Instead of using the input function to prompt the user to enter a password, we can use the get pass library, which does pretty much the same thing, except the input is not echoed to the console like with the input method. We can also use the punctuation method in the string library to get all special characters without having to hard code them.

Once you are done with the video, make sure to check out the GitHub repo for solving the additional questions associated with Password Validators. This will really help you master the concepts and build confidence in this topic.

#Python30 Github Repository :- https://github.com/pylenin/Python30

For more description on the #Python30 course, check out the above Github Repository.

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