Python 3 Fundamentals: Getting Started
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Python 3 Fundamentals: Getting Started

Learn Python 3 Fundamentals, use Python 3 as it was meant to be used, Full Practical training Course
3.8 (258 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
31,750 students enrolled
Created by Fettah Ben
Last updated 11/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Create your own Python Environment
  • Create and Manage Variables and Numbers

  • Create and Manage Python List, Tuple, Set and Dictionary

Course content
Expand all 51 lectures 04:34:11
+ Setup a Proper Python Environment
6 lectures 21:25
Step 1 – Install the Python 3
02:37
Step 2 – Install Java SE Development Kit
02:54
Your Feedback is Important
00:54
Step 3 – Add the Python 3 Directory to your System Path Environment Variable
03:15
Step 4 - Install PyCharm: Python IDE
04:07
+ Python Getting Started
4 lectures 25:32
Creating and Running Your First Python Project
05:06
Python Statement Order
08:11
Python Comments
05:08
+ Python Variables
6 lectures 25:51
Introduction to Python Variables
07:57
Python Variable Types
02:55
Python Strings, Integer, Float And Boolean
04:52
Redefine Python Variables
05:11
Rules For Naming Variables
01:52
SyntaxError: Invalid Syntax
03:04
+ Python Numbers
4 lectures 21:45
Python Arithmetic and Assignment Operators
07:35
Python Built-in Function: divmod()
05:35
Python Built-in Function: int()
04:29
Python Built-in Function: float()
04:06
+ Python Strings
9 lectures 54:40
String Literals In Python
10:31
Empty Python String
02:42
Python \n And \t Functions
04:37
Python Escape
05:12
Python String Arithmetic Operators
04:56
Python String indexing
04:35
Python String Methods: replace()
06:18
Python Slice()
07:53
Python String Methods: split() and join()
07:56
+ Python Lists
8 lectures 50:28
Python Collections (Arrays)
04:01
Create A Python List
04:56
Mutable vs Immutable Objects In Python
06:06
Multi-Dimensional Python Lists
07:05
Update Python List Values
08:01
Python List Methods
06:17
Python List count() and sort()
07:20
Python Variable Synchronization and copy()
06:42
+ Python Tuples
4 lectures 14:31
Create A Python Tuple
05:55
Convert A List To A Tuple
02:18
Python Tuple Methods: count() and index()
04:55
Python len() and Python in Keyword
01:23
+ Python Dictionaries
6 lectures 40:46
Create A Python Dictionary
08:26
Accessing Items: Dictionary Keys
08:41
Python Dictionary update()
05:57
Deleting and Clearing Python Dictionary items
05:37
Python Dictionary Keys and Values
05:02
Dictionary Methods
07:03
+ Python Sets
3 lectures 17:51
Create A Python Set
04:23
Unordered and Unindexed Python Set
07:29
Set Methods
05:59
Requirements
  • A Windows, Mac, or Linux computer
  • Everything else needed to start programming in Python is already included in the course.
Description

Python is a big deal. It is one of the fastest growing and most in-demand programming languages in the world today. Python is so flexible and versatile that it is used for nearly every job that a programming language can do. Python powers desktop applications, is used for Linux system scripting and automation, acts as a glue language between Linux applications, is a supplemental scripting language in large programs like GIMP, Blender, and Autodesk Maya, performs crucial scientific and mathematical calculations, and runs some of the web's largest sites like Quora, Reddit, and Dropbox. 

Python is also very easy to learn and read. Top computer science programs like the one at MIT rely on Python to teach fundamental computer science and programming concepts to their students. Python can be read a lot like plain English and its structures and flow are consistent with many other programming languages. Essentially, it is the perfect balance between readability and user friendliness and programming power

This course was created with first-time programmers in mind, but it will certainly work for anyone with previous programming experience. Only the basics are covered, but that doesn't mean that you won't be able to do anything interesting. Those top universities chose Python because beginners can see useful and interesting results quickly. Plus, Python is consistent in its conventions throughout, so moving on to more advanced topics will not be difficult once you've familiarized yourselves with the basics covered in this course. You will learn the fundamentals of both programming and Python simultaneously; getting you up to speed with the world of free and open source programming as quickly and painlessly as possible.

What you will learn

The course is designed to teach you:

  • Python Introduction and Installation Guide

  • Experimenting With Numbers and Text In Python

  • Python Variables

  • Working With Number Variables In Python

  • Python String Basics

  • Advanced Python Strings

  • Python Comments

  • Python Lists

  • Python List Methods

  • Python Multidimensional Lists

  • Python Tuples

  • Python Boolean Operators

  • Python Dictionaries

  • Python Sets..

By the end of this course, you should be well on your way to create basic Python scripts, and having a good start on python learning journey.


Who this course is for:
  • The Course is Designed for Beginners Looking to use Python programming Language
  • No previous programming experience is assumed