Python Basics Training
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Python Basics Training

Python Syntax and Examples
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Created by Igor Stameski
Last updated 7/2020
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  • 5.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Basics of programming with Python
  • Tech background and English language skills.

This course contains an introduction to Python programming language. The main target of this course are beginners or students, but our intention was to promote Python programming language basics, especially for network engineers. It contains an explanation of Python syntax and understanding how code works by presenting real code examples.

“Python Basics Training” by Igor Stameski MSc is licensed under CC BY 4.0.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginners Python developers
Course content
Expand all 39 lectures 05:27:17
+ Introduction
5 lectures 01:09:15

Answers basic questions like: What is Python? Where Python can be practically used?

Preview 05:04

Explains what this course covers and which tool we use to present our Python code examples,

Preview 03:17

It covers basic Python syntax: keywords, comments, variables, data types, operators.

Python Basics - Python syntax - Part I

It covers basic Python syntax: if-elif-else statements, while loops, for loops

Python Basics - Python syntax - Part II

It covers basic Python syntax: functions, classes/objects, modules

Python Basics - Python syntax - Part III
+ Examples of Python codes
34 lectures 04:18:02

Enter your text from the keyboard, the program will calculate a number of words/characters inside the text.

Python Basics - Example1

Code with if-elif statement

Python Basics - Example2

Larger of two numbers: if-else statement.

Python Basics - Example3

Larger of three numbers: if statements.

Python Basics - Example4

Larger of three numbers: built-in function max().

Python Basics - Example5

Compare entered text with in-code memorised text: if-elif-else statements

Python Basics - Example6

Enter N numbers from keyboard. Check which entered number is highest: if statement, while loop.

Python Basics - Example7

Enter N numbers from keyboard. Check how many numbers are odd, how many are even: if-else statement, while loop.

Python Basics - Example8

Enter a number from the keyboard. If it is the same as code secret number print "Well Done", if not print "You're stuck": if-elif statement, while loop.

Python Basics - Example9

Explanation of for loop and simple print function.

Python Basics - Example10

Explanation of for loop: break and continue.

Python Basics - Example11

Largest number: endless while loop.

Python Basics - Example12

Largest number: initial value for a variable, while loop with the condition.

Python Basics - Example13

Find secret word: while loop with condition and break, if statement.

Preview 05:53

Enter a word from the keyboard. Change in upper case letters. Eat vowels A, E, I, O, U: for loop, .upper() method, ,replace() method.

Python Basics - Example15

Explanation of for loops: simple for loop, for loop with a break, for loop with a continue.

Python Basics - Examples16-18

Explaining: Bit Shifting, lists, list elements, change list element value.

Python Basics - Examples19,20

Explaining lists: indexing list elements, list length, delete list element, add list element using .append()/.insert() method.

Python Basics - Examples21-23

Explaining lists: empty list, adding elements in a list with for loop in direct/opposite elements order, .append() method, .insert() method.

Python Basics - Examples24-26

Sum of elements in a list with for loop, a swap of two variables values, swap elements value in lists.

Python Basics - Examples27-29

Read list elements from keyboard and swap them using for loops.

Python Basics - Example30

Nested list, a new list with elements that are the sum of previous list members, browsing list elements with for loop.

Python Basics - Examples31-33

Sorting lists - if the ith element is bigger than (i+1)th element they swap positions. Sorting lists - lower to higher number and opposite. Copying the whole list, copying elements of a list in another list.

Python Basics - Examples34-36

Check if an element is in the list with a Boolean expression. Check if an element is in the randomly created list.

Python Basics - Examples37,38

The basic function, function to create list, function to calculate the sum of list elements.

Preview 09:47

Delete duplicate elements from list: built-in set() function, list() constructor. Plotting lists: matplotlib.pyplot.

Python Basics - Examples39,40

Display all prime numbers in a range of numbers: function. Find a solution for the equation: x!+(x+1)!=840: factorial function, for loop.

Python Basics - Examples43,44

Difference between variable inside a function and variable in a base code. Simple function with multiple arguments.

Python Basics - Examples45,46

Function to plot an equation in floating numbers range: numpy, matplotlib.pyplot, math. Factorial(n) recursive function.

Python Basics - Examples47,48

A function that calculates any sum entered from the keyboard. Create and plot random bit sequence - Random BIts Generator.

Preview 08:38

Tuples: indexing tuple elements, add an element in tuple, duplicate tuple elements.

Python Basics - Examples51,52

Dictionaries: insert dictionary items from the keyboard, check if an item is in the dictionary, print key/value from dictionary item, change the value of an item, update the dictionary with elements from another dictionary.

Python Basics - Examples53-57

Why use a function? How to create a Python module?

Python Basics - Examples58,59

Classes: __init()__ function, self parameter, str.format() function, defining objects.

Python Basics - Example60