Python Programming Language

Python is easy to learn and facilitate an easily readable code. The syntax of Python is simple, clean and easy to understand. Unlike many other programming languages, its code is relatively easy to read. You don’t have to deal with complex syntax in Python, almost like writing rudimentary English or simple abstract mathematics.

In python, there was also an object-oriented flavor to the code itself. Not to an extreme like in Java.

Those who are learning python will find something that’s as relevant today as it will be five years from now. That means python has a larger opportunity now & future. If you read programming and technology news or blog post then it is noticeable the rise of Python as a major programming language.

After learning Python it can be used on the following:

Web Application and Internet Development
Data Extraction
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science Researches
Database Easy Access, Interface Customization

Games, and Desktop Apps
Cybersecurity

 

Installing Python and Setting up the Development Environment
Downloading Python and Installing
Setting up path
Introduction to different IDE and Editors for Python

Basic Programs Handling Data Type
Running python
Python identifier, keywords, comments, etc
Variable, Standard Data Types
Python numbers, strings, operators

Conditional Statement, Looping, Control Statement
If…else Statement
elif Statement
Nested if-else

While Loop, For Loop
Nested loops

Break & Continue Statement
Pass

String Manipulation
Strings indexing and splitting
String Operators
Python Formatting operator
Built-in String functions

Python Data Structure
List
Tuple
Dictionary
Sequence
Set

Functions in python
Defining a Function & Calling
Passing by Reference Vs Passing by Value
Global vs. Local variables
Default argument, keyword argument and Variable-length arguments
Lambda Expressions

Modules & Packages in Python
Creating & importing Module
Built-in Modules
The dir() Function
Packages

Exceptions
What is Exception
Handling an Exception
The except Clause with Multiple Exceptions
The try-finally Clause
User-Defined Exceptions

Files I/O
Handling different types of file
Opening a text file and a binary file
Different modes of opening a file
Reading and writing to a file
Operations using file-handling

Object and Classes in Python
Introduction to the concepts of OOP
Declaration of a class
Basic properties, constructor
self, super keywords
Creating an object of a class
Importing a custom class
Programs involving classes
Iterators
Generators

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