About Course

Python, developed by Guido van Rossum in 1991, has gained popularity among both beginners and experts in programming. Its core philosophy emphasizes code readability, while its syntax enables programmers to express ideas concisely. Named after the comedy show Monty Python, the language reflects the creator’s intention to make programming enjoyable and accessible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Python’s logo, two intertwined snakes, symbolizes its flexible and dynamic nature. Over the years, Python has evolved through various versions, each introducing enhancements and additional features to meet industry demands. Today, we primarily use Python 3, which offers modern features, excellent readability, and a vast array of libraries that extend Python’s capabilities across various domains.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Practice your new skills with coding challenges (solutions included)
  • Organize and structure your code using software patterns like modules
  • Get friendly and fast support in the course Q&A
  • Downloadable lectures, code and design assets for all projects

Course Content

Introduction

Writing first program

Basic data types

Variables

Integer arithmetic

Taking user’s input

Program with numbers

Invoking functions

Boolean type and operations. True and false

Comparisons

If statement

Else statement

List

Indexes

For loop

Declaring functions

Importing modules

Elif statement

Function, arguments and parameters

Quotes and multi-line strings

String formatting

While loop

Loop control: break, continue, pass

Dictionary

Dictionary methods

Operations with dictionary

Type casting

Program execution

Errors

Exceptions

Built-in exceptions

Exception handling

Sep and end arguments of print

Argparse module

Random module

Math functions

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