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tutorial Python - Python course

on Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:53 pm
You do not know anything about programming and you want to learn a clear and intuitive language? This introductory Python course is for you!

And as is the custom here below, we start from scratch, in joy and good humor. So, if you have never programmed in any language, if you know only very vaguely what to program means, you will make the right choice by choosing Python to begin your learning.

The advantages of Python are many, it is a language:

easy to learn, read, understand and write;

portable (works under many operating systems);

with an active community;

and many moreā€¦

Good reading ! Remember to do your exercises at the end of each part, and you may get your certification.

NB: A big thank you to 6pri1 for his careful reading and patience. An equally cordial thank you to Nathan21 and Sergeswi who provided the tutorial icons.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Part # 1 - Introduction to Python
1. What is Python?
2. Get started with the Python shell
3. The wonderful world of variables
4. Conditional structures
5. The loops
6. Step by step to modularity (1/2)
7. Step by step to modularity (2/2)
8. The exceptions
9. TP: all at ZCasino
Quiz: Quiz 1
Part # 2 - User-Oriented Object-Oriented Programming
1. Our first object: strings
2. Lists and tuples (1/2)
3. Lists and tuples (2/2)
4. The dictionaries
5. The files
6. Scope of variables and references
7. TP: a good old hanged man
Quiz: Quiz 2
Part # 3 - Developer-Oriented Object-Oriented Programming
1. First approach of classes
2. The properties
3. Special methods
4. Parenthesis on sorting in Python
5. The inheritance
6. Behind the for loop
7. TP: an ordered dictionary
8. The decorators
9. Metaclasses
Activity: Create your labyrinth game
Part # 4 - The Wonders of the Standard Library
1. Regular expressions
2. The time
3. Some system programming
4. A little math
5. Managing passwords
6. The network
7. Unit testing with unittest
8. Parallel programming with threading
9. Graphical user interfaces with Tkinter
Activity: Improve your labyrinth game
Part # 5 - Appendices
1. Write our Python programs in files
2. Easily distribute our Python programs with cx_Freeze
3. Good practices
4. To finish and continue well
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