Python is an object-oriented programming language created in the late 1980s. It is primarily used as a server side programming language. It’s syntax is one of the cleanest and most streamlined compared to many other languages. Python is a high level dynamic programming language. There are no type declarations for variables, functions, parameters or methods in the code. Python prides itself on its minimalist philosophy. Python interpreters are available on most major operating systems. Some of these include Python IDLE, a text editor that allows for execution of Python code or other third party tools like Py2exe and Pyinstaller.
The introduction to Python course begins with the fundamentals of the programming language. Developers learn the syntax and the best practices for writing and running Python programs. The course explains basic concepts of the language gives developers the ability to put them into action. Python’s syntax and dynamic typing makes it a great language for scripting, prototyping applications and development on many platforms that also includes web development.
Developers with minimal programming experience will benefit from this taking this course. Python is a great starting language for a lot of newcomers through its ease of use and simple transition into more complex programming languages.
Upon completion of this course, developers will understand or know how to:
- Install and Start a Python Interface
- How to use PyScripter IDE & Other Platforms
- Basic Python Programming
- Design, implementation, and Documentation in Python
- Create Custom Python Content
- Basics of Python Web Development
This is a two-day hands on course.
- Python Overview
- Downloading a Python Interpreter
- Introduction to the Interpreter’s Environment
- Fundamentals of Python
- Control Flow
- Conditional Statements
- Using the Range Function
- Python Basic Functions
- Object Oriented Concepts
- Applying Basic Variables, Conditions, & Functions Together
- Data Structures
- Lists & Stacks
- Using Lists as Stacks or Queues
- Names & Objects
- Class Syntax
- Class Objects
- Class and Instance Variables
- Formatting & Applications
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