Rock Paper Scissors - Python Tutorial

A deep guide in to creating a Rock Paper Scissor program in Python.
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  • Lectures 9
  • Length 42 mins
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 12/2015 English

Course Description

Welcome to my 4-lecture course on how to create a rock, paper, scissors program with Python.

Python is a command line based program which allows users to code in a lot of ways allowing them to make very advanced programs. I have been learning Python for several months now and enjoy using it to code some really cool programs.

This course will take you through creating the program which includes features like:

  • Loops
  • Variables
  • Prints
  • Inputs
  • Randoms
  • Time Delay
  • Accounts

The course will take you just over 30 mins and will teach you pretty much most aspects of the program. In the first lecture I show you the end result of what we will be making, this gives you an idea if you want to continue the course. In the next lectures 2-4 I design the program and in the last lecture I conclude the course.

Just to make you aware this program is made in Python 3, if you are using an older version the program may not work.

I am making this course FREE (at the moment) to help out everyone who wants to learn more about Python.

If you are unsure on anything don't hesitate to contact me.

What are the requirements?

  • You will need Python 3.5. Download link in lecture 1 resources.
  • You can install Python if you run either Mac OS, Windows or Linux

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Successfully create a Rock, Paper, Scissors program.
  • Use while True loops.
  • Use Integer and String variables.
  • Use the Random function.
  • Use the time function.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone who runs the latest version of python and wants to improve their knowledge.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
Welcome
00:18
The End Result
01:28
Section 2: Version 1.0
Part 1
07:56
Part 2
05:56
Part 3
08:11
Part 4
08:21
Section 3: Version 2.0
Security Update
04:20
Section 4: Version 3.0
Updates
04:43
Section 5: Conclusion
Conclusion
00:22

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Instructor Biography

Christopher Young, Program Instructor + Video Editor

Hello my name is Christopher Young. I have a YouTube channel with over 1,000 Subscribers and I make weekly videos. I also am a big fan of technology and enjoy making videos. I am a great fan of new opportunity and ways to grow my brand and make money in the process. Everything I teach is self taught meaning I didn't have courses like any on Udemy when I wanted to learn. I make learning very simple and easy to understand. I have learned everything from Microsoft Word, a long time ago, to things like iMovie and I continue to learn new and useful tools that will improve workflow and productivity, And teach people in the process. I have taught lots of people how to use programs so they can be very successful. I have taught lots of people iMovie and they have now become very good with editing programs. I also have taught people programs and tutorials on my YouTube channel, these have been very successful. I also call my self a video editor because that is mainly my strong point.

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