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Introduction To Python for beginners

Learn the basics of the python programming language
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Last updated 4/2016
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Description

Python is a dynamic modern object -oriented programming language

that is easy to learn and can be used to do a lot of things both big and small.

Python is what is referred to as a high level language.

That means it is a language that is closer to humans than computer.

It is also known as a general purpose programming language

due to it's flexibility.

Python did not get it's name from the snake but rather from the British comedy

group known as Monty Python.

Python is object -oriented means it regards everything as an object.

An object in the real world could be a person or a car.

Python is an interpreted language that does not need

to be complied like for example java programming language.

It is interpreted and run on the fly the same time.

Python has been used in a lot of places like in creating games,for statistical data and visualization,speech and face recognition.

Some of the biggest websites on this planet earth use python in one way or another. Examples inlude:

  • Google
  • Youtube
  • Facebook
  • Nasa
  • Disney
  • Pixar
  • Reddit
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram
  • Spotify
  • Survey Monkey
  • Yahoo Maps

In this absolute beginners course you will learn:

  • How to download and install python
  • How to interact with the python IDLE
  • How to use Python Shell
  • How to use the python editor
  • How to create variables
  • How to edit variable values once they have been created
  • How to call a variable
  • How to create a Mutable List
  • How to edit a list element
  • How to add to a list
  • How to remove from a list
  • How the Index referencing works in a list
  • How to create a simple python program

The course is video based with easy to follow practical examples.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who has not programmed before
  • Anyone new to python programming
  • People ineterested in learning new things
  • Curious people
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What Will I Learn?
Download and Install Python
Interact with the Python IDLE
interact with Python Shell
Interact with Editor window
Create Variables
Edit variable values after declaration
Create List
Edit Lists
Append to a List
Remove Element from List
Reference list elements from their Index
Create a simple python program
Save a simple python program
Run a simple python program
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Requirements
  • Download and install latest version of python. We'll cover this in this course
Curriculum For This Course
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Basic Introduction to Programming with Python
14 Lectures 01:10:16

What is Pyhon
06:17

Download and Install Python
06:47

The Python IDLE
08:12

Reserved Python Keywords
02:09

Arithmetic Operators
02:22

Comparison Operators
04:02

Python Variable
07:22


Tuples
03:23

Comments
01:50

Slicing Strings
02:56

Write your first Python Program
08:44

Boolean Data Type
01:31
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