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    PYTHON 2022 - Python for Beginners 2017 | Simpliv

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    Category Python

    Deadline: December 30, 2022 | Date: December 30, 2022

    Venue/Country: Online Courses, U.S.A

    Updated: 2018-05-07 16:16:58 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

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    Few programming languages provide you with the flexibility and pure power of Python.

    If you're becoming a professional developer, or are early in your development career, adding the Python skill set isn't just a resume embellishment. It's an empowering language that will allow you to write procedural code in many types of environments and for many uses.

    Python is commonly used for server side programming for complex web applications or as a middle tier language providing web services or a communication layer with larger ecommerce systems. That being said, it's also a great language for beginners. The clear syntax makes it very easy to learn, and the powerful libraries make all types of programming possible. There are libraries for everything from games and graphics to complex mathematics to network and embedded programming.

    Watch, Learn and Do

    Programming is not a spectator sport and if you want to learn Python well, this course contains everything you need.

    Skill oriented instructor-led lectures will demonstrate each important Python skill. You'll be able to study and modify the code on your own to cement each topic. Python code coding lab exercises will familiarize you not just with Python syntax, but how real problem-solving in Python is done. You'll complete a more comprehensive project to help you integrate the different skills that are part of core Python.

    Who is the target audience?

    First time Python programmers

    Students and Teachers

    IT pros who want to learn to code

    Aspiring data scientists who want to add Python to their tool arsenal

    Basic knowledge

    Students should be comfortable working in the PC or Mac operating system

    What you will learn

    How to use the Python Shell

    How to use interactive mode in Python

    How to develop and run programs in the IDLE editor

    How to run Python scripts directly from the command line

    How to use the print() function

    How to use separators and new line characters to modify command line output

    Assign variables of different types

    Understand integer, floating point, complex and string variables

    Be able to extract substrings

    Easily concatenate strings

    Create Lists and Tuples

    Create key value pairs and store them in dictionaries

    Understand mathematical operators used in Python

    Apply the order of operations to mathematical operations

    Utilize comparison operators to determine logical outcomes

    Use logical operators to join comparisons

    Write conditional statements to correctly branch code

    Use If, else and else if statements to apply branching

    Understand how and when to used nested if statements

    Use the shortcut Ternary operator

    Be able to use looping structures effectively

    Create While loops

    Be able to use For loops to loop through an objects properties

    Be able to construct nested loops and understand their utility.

    Cast variables from one type to another using built-in Python functions

    Use the Mathematical functions within Python to evaluate expressions

    Randomize numbers and selections with the Randomization tools

    Use Python String functions such as find(), join() and split()

    Create immutable tuples

    Access values within tuples

    Use tuple functions to manipulate tuple data

    Declare a dictionary and populate it with key/value pairs

    Access and edit values within dictionaries

    Extract date and time information from the time tuple

    Use the calendar object to work with calendar related information

    Create custom functions

    Send arguments to functions using order or keyword

    Create default function arguments

    Read and obtain keyboard input

    Read from a text file and process the data in Python

    Write to a text file from Python

    Append to a text file

    Handle exceptions with try/except/else in Python

    Use Python within the cgi-bin or a web server

    Process form data from Python

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