Python 101: Unlock Programm Skills - From Novice to Expert

Program in an Internet browser, learn Python for 4 hours!
Rating: 3.1 out of 5 (103 ratings)
13,860 students
Python 101: Unlock Programm Skills - From Novice to Expert
Rating: 3.1 out of 5 (103 ratings)
13,860 students
How to use the Python
Create full-fledged Python programs in a web browser!
You can start writing simple programs in Python language and to study it in greater depth. You will unlock for yourself programming skills!
How to use the Python functions
Be able to use For loops to loop and create While loops
Create Dictionaries, Lists and Tuples
Create key value pairs and store them in dictionaries
Create custom functions
Understand integer, floating point, complex and string variables
Create documents strings and comments
Create immutable tuples
Access and edit values within dictionaries
Get knowledge about exceptions in Python

Requirements

  • There are no specific prerequisites. You need a web browser, basic computer skills and the Internet.
  • Install Chrome 18+, Firefox 11+ or Safari 6+ browser. No Internet Explorer.
Description

The course teaches the basic skills of the Python programming language.

To start learning, you need a modern Internet browser, Internet access and the desire to learn new things!

You will learn the following amazing topics about the Python language!

1. Python in Web Browser

Learn how to write, run and save programs on Python directly in your web browser!
For programming in the Python language in a web browser, you will use the codeskulptor site.
Share links to programs you create with colleagues and friends, save links to programs and program files. You do not need to install any additional programs on your computer.

2. Basics of Python Programming Language


Learn to do simple rhyme operations using the Python language. Learn how to output and enter data in Python. You will get knowledge about what are integers, floating-point numbers, strings. You will learn to perform operations with integer numbers, floating-point numbers and strings.

3. Functions, Modules and Control Structures

Learn how to create functions. Learn to use functions as objects for other functions. Create comments and lines of documentation that will help you understand the code for you and other people.
Exceptions in Python

4. Dictionaries, Lists, Tuples and other operations

Create dictionaries, lists (even entire "libraries"!) From numbers and text.

You will learn how to generate large numbers and text arrays simply by their "key". You will learn how to perform operations with lists, dictionaries and tuples.

5. Tests to verify the knowledge. Example programs.

Universe of Programming is waiting for you. Get started now!

Who this course is for:
  • The course approach for all students who want to start learning the language Python and start programming.
  • Beginners in programming
  • Willing to improve programming skills
  • Who wishes to learn a new programming language Python
  • Improve their productivity and effectivity
  • Who wants to make programming easy and intelligent!
Course content
5 sections • 31 lectures • 4h 43m total length
  • Python in Web Browser.
    04:37
  • Basics - Simple arithmetic operations in Python
    14:19
  • Floats
    07:31
  • Simple Numerical Operations
    07:40
  • Input and Output
    03:26
  • Lines and Strings
    08:29
  • Operations with Lines and Strings
    08:41
  • Conversion of Type
    06:26
  • Variables and operations with variables
    13:38
  • Operators In-place
    08:03
  • Basics of Python
    4 questions
  • Boolean Types
    15:52
  • "If" operator
    08:18
  • "else" operator
    08:28
  • "elif" operator
    07:01
  • Logical operators
    09:19
  • Operator Precedence
    04:47
  • "While" operator
    17:12
  • Lists in Python
    13:14
  • Operations with lists
    10:28
  • Lists Functions
    10:11
  • Range function
    08:33
  • Loops in Python
    11:28
  • Returning from functions
    06:52
  • Comments and Documentation strings
    06:35
  • Functions as Objects
    08:09
  • Functions, Modules and Control Structures
    6 questions
  • Exceptions in Python
    19:23
  • "Finally" statement
    03:09
  • Assertions in Python
    04:25
  • Exceptions in Python
    2 questions
  • Dictionaries in Python
    09:27
  • Operations with Dictionaries
    11:15
  • Tuples in Python
    06:13
  • Dictionaries, Lists, Tuples and Other Functions
    3 questions

Instructor
Scientist, Teacher, Instructor
Anton Ryzhenkov
  • 3.4 Instructor Rating
  • 166 Reviews
  • 17,938 Students
  • 2 Courses

Born in Russia..

He graduated from Moscow State University in 2010, Department of Chemistry and the Department of Teacher Education. PhD student at the Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences.

A great interest in the natural sciences, pedagogy and learning theory, history, technology and computers, foreign languages, etc. In fact, I have a lot of hobbies

I believe that there is more happiness than to acquire knowledge - to share knowledge.

Learn with fun!