Python 9000: Review Concepts (K1 thru K10)
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- K0001: Describe Program Location & Paths
- K0002: Related Path & Module Differences
- K0004: Understand Documentation Scope & Discovery Techniques
- K0005: Review Object Iteration
- K0006: Answer Questions on "Slicing"
- K0007: Zero-Based Collections
- K0008: Prevent "Late Binding" Errors
- K0009: Respond to Questions on Value -v- Reference Passing
- K0010: Review Basic Instance & Type Detection
- Experience using Python
- Ability to run Python Scripts
The concepts reviewed in this introductory set of questions (Lessons #K0001 - K0010) spans 7 "beginner," as well as 3 "intermediate" Python programmer concepts. No "advanced" questions are included.
Also available on Udemy, students should note that all concepts presented in this first set of Python Review Questions have been hand-selected by the author from his Python Primer (Python 1000,) as well as his Beyond the Basics (Python 2000) on-line training opportunities.
Fellow Python enthusiasts should note that this set of Python review questions also serves as an introduction to the author's official Know How question & answer series. Unlike this set first of lessons, the questions and answers included in the author's "Know How" series include concepts found throughout the author's Python 3000 training opportunities, as well as a related set of information from the authors blog, and his Tactical Python Projects video presentations.
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