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Python For Absolute Beginners – Learn To Code In Python

Learn To Code In Python - Complete Python Programming for Absolute Beginners (No Prior Coding Experience) - Python 2020
Instructor:
Shubham Sarda
4,449 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Learn To Write Clean And Proper Python Code With Concept.
Understand Programming Building Blocks With Python.
Learn To Use Python 3 Professionally Following Structures.

Welcome to Python Programming for Absolute Beginners, Learn To Code In Python Requires No Prior Coding Experience.
Throughout the course, we will explore the most important topics that should be known to beginners –

  • Basics – Expressions, Variables, and Printing Output

  • Operators – Python Assignment Operator, Relational and Logical Operators, Short Circuit Operators

  • Conditionals and If Statement

  • Methods – Parameters, Arguments, and Return Values

  • Data Structures In-depth – List, Set, Dictionary and Tuples

  • Conditionals – If Else Statement, Nested If Else

  • Loops – For Loop, While Loop in Python, Break and Continue

  • Mutability – Immutability of Python Basic Types.

Why Python –

  • Python can be used to develop prototypes, and quickly because it is so easy to work with and read.

  • Most automation, data mining, and big data platforms rely on Python. This is because it is the ideal language to work with for general-purpose tasks.

  • Python allows for a more productive coding environment than massive languages like C# and Java. Experienced coders tend to stay more organized and productive when working with Python, as well.

  • Python is easy to read, even if you’re not a skilled programmer. Anyone can begin working with the language, all it takes is a bit of patience and a lot of practice. Plus, this makes it an ideal candidate for use among multi-programmer and large development teams.

  • Python powers Django, a complete and open source web application framework. Frameworks – like Ruby on Rails – can be used to simplify the development process.

  • It has a massive support base thanks to the fact that it is open source and community developed. Millions of like-minded developers work with the language on a daily basis and continue to improve core functionality. The latest version of Python continues to receive enhancements and updates as time progresses. This is a great way to network with other developers.

After completing this course you will be ready to explore advanced topics as well as the vast Python eco-system.
Enrol now and I will make sure you learn best about Python

Course Introduction

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Course Introduction
2
Is Python A Bubble Or Real Deal?
3
Welcome To Course

Setup - Installing Python

1
Installing Python on Windows
2
Python 3.8 Version Update
3
Installing Python on Linux/Mac
4
Different Methods To Execute Python Codes

Writing Our First Python Program

1
Variables and Python Memory Management

Datatypes in Python

1
Datatypes in Python
2
Sequences in Python
3
Sets, Dictionary
4
Literals and Identifiers
5
Reserve Words - You Cann't Use Them!

Operators in Python

1
Operators: Arithmetic, Assignment
2
Operators: Unary Minus, Relational, Logical, Boolean
3
Understanding Escape Characters

Input and Output

1
Introduction to Input and Output Statements
2
Output Statements
3
Input Statements
4
Python Built-in Functions and Built-in Module

IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

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Editor 1 - Working With ATOM
2
Editor 2 - Working With VS Code
3
Run .py Through Terminal

Python Control Statements

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Conditionals: If, If ... Else and Indentation
2
Conditionals: If ... Else Statements With Operators
3
Conditionals: if... elif ... else Statements + Nested if Statements

Loops In Python

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While Loop
2
For Loops - Part 1
3
For Loops - Part 2
4
Break and Continue Statements

Strings and Characters

1
Comments and Doc Strings
2
Diving Deep With "Strings"

Lists, Tuples and Dictionaries

1
Diving Deep - List
2
Diving Deep - Tuples
3
Diving Deep - Dictionaries
4
Indexing, Slicing, Negative Indexing

Functions

1
What are Functions?
2
Parameters, Arguments, Return
3
Formal and Actual Arguments (arg, *arg, **karg)
4
Local and Global Variables

Thank You For Being Here!

1
Thank You For Being Here!

Bonus

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Bonus - Complete Roadmap For Future
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