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Course: Complete Python Beginners Bootcamp: Python Deluxe Edition

Complete Python Beginners Bootcamp: Python Deluxe Edition

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About this Course

Why learn Python?

Python is an object-orientated language that closely resembles the English language which makes it a great language to learn for beginners as well as seasoned professionals.

Examples sites that use Python are Instagram, YouTube, Reddit, NASA, IBM, Nokia, etc. 

Python is one of the most widely used programming languages in the AI field of Artificial Intelligence thanks to its simplicity. It can seamlessly be used with the data structures and other frequently used AI algorithms.

Advantages of Python

  • GUI based desktop applications
  • Image processing and graphic design applications
  • Scientific and computational applications
  • Games
  • Web frameworks and web applications
  • Enterprise and business applications
  • Operating systems
  • Language development
  • Prototyping
  1. Whenever you’re faced with a problem and are figuring out how to do it, there will be multiple well-documented ways.
  2. You can become productive in Python fairly quickly even as a beginner, yet it will serve you in industry like a champ too!

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

2) 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.

3) 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.

4) 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.

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

Basic knowledge
  • Just a laptop or a Computer
  • Passion to learn Programming Language
What you will learn
  • Students will learn what are values and variables in Python.
  • They will learn about the algorithms of Python.
  • They will be able to identify the errors in Python.
  • Students will learn what is Iteration in Python.
  • Students will be able to use functions related to Python.
  • How students can make a calculator, a rolling die, tree drawing function as well as prime number generator.
  • Students will be able to learn different objects of Python
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 80
Total Duration: 16:14:22
Values and Variables
  • Integer Values  
  • Variables and Assignment  
  • Identifiers  
  • Floating-point Types  
  • Control Codes within Strings  
  • User Input  
  • The eval Function  
  • Controlling the print Function  
Expressions and Arithmetic
  • Expressions  
  • Operator Precedence and Associativity  
  • Comments  
  • Errors  
  • Syntax Errors  
  • Run-Time Errors  
  • Logic Errors  
  • Arithmetic Examples  

  • More Arithmetic Operators  
  • Algorithms  
Conditional Execution
  • Boolean Expressions  
  • Boolean Expressions (Cont.)  
  • The Simple if Statement  
  • The if-else Statement  
  • Compound Boolean Expressions  
  • Nested Conditionals  
  • Multi-way Decision Statements  
  • Conditional Expressions  
  • Errors in Conditional Statements  
Iteration
  • The while statement  
  • Definite Loops vs Indefinite Loops  
  • The for statement  
  • Nested Loops  
  • Abnormal Loop Termination  
  • The break statement  
  • The continue statement  
  • Infinite Loops  
  • Iteration Examples  
  • Computing Square root  
  • Drawing a Tree  
  • Printing Prime Numbers  
  • Insisting on the Proper Input  
Using Functions
  • Introduction to Using Functions  
  • Standard Mathematical Functions  
  • time Functions  
  • Random Numbers  
  • Importing Issues  
Writing Functions
  • Function Basics  
  • Using Functions  
  • Main Function  
  • Parameter Passing  
  • Function examples  
  • Better Organized Prime Generator  
  • Command Interpreter  
  • Restricted Input  
  • Better Die Rolling Simulator  
  • Tree Drawing Functions  
  • Floating Point Equality  
  • Custom Functions vs Standard Functions  
More on Functions
  • Global Variables  
  • Default Parameters  
  • Recursion  
  • Making Functions Reusable  
  • Documenting Functions and Modules  
  • Functions as Data  
Lists
  • Lists  
  • Using Lists  
  • List Assignment and Equivalence  
  • Lists Bound  
  • Slicing  
  • Lists and Functions  
  • Prime Generation with a List  
List Processing
  • Sorting  
  • Flexible Sorting  
  • Search  
  • Linear Search  
  • Binary Search  
  • List Permutations  
  • Randomly Permuting a List  
  • Reversing a List  
Objects
  • Using Objects  
  • String Objects  
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