Introduction to Python - python logo. a blue snake facing left beside a yellow upside down snake facing left with the words python written beside it

Introduction to Python

Introduction to Python - python logo. a blue snake facing left beside a yellow upside down snake facing left with the words python written beside it

Introduction to Python is created for programmers who are new to the language and need to learn the basics. Programmers who have had some previous experience and want to take their skills to the next level by introducing new topics and reinforcing existing knowledge can also benefit from this course. 

What is Python?

According to their website, Python is defined as an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language with dynamic semantics. Its high-level built in data structures, combined with dynamic typing and dynamic binding, make it very attractive for Rapid Application Development, as well as for use as a scripting or glue language to connect existing components together. Python's simple, easy to learn syntax emphasizes readability and therefore reduces the cost of program maintenance. Python supports modules and packages, which encourages program modularity and code reuse.

Here are the skills you will learn :

  • Installing Python and writing basic scripts
  • Using built in data structures
  • Using all flow control features
  • Reading and writing from and to files
  • Using Python’s extensive libraries and functions
  • Accessing databases
  • Connecting to C programs
  • Multi-threading
  • GUI development

Who can benefit from this course?

This course is created for those new to Python or for those who have had some previous exposure and need to expand their understanding. 

Prerequisites/Requirements :

Good computer skills and familiarity with basic programming concepts like variables, loops, and functions.

This is the course outline :

Part 1 : Basic Use

Chapter 1 : Installation and Setup

Chapter 2 : Getting Started

Chapter 3 : Variables and Data Types

Chapter 4 : Operators

Chapter 5 : Control Structures

Chapter 6 : Functions

Chapter 7 : Exception Handling

Chapter 8 : Simple File I/O

Chapter 9 : Getting things done with modules and libraries

Part 2 : Intermediate variables and operators

Chapter 1 : Intermediate variables and operators

Chapter 2 : Strings

Chapter 3 : Functions

Chapter 4 : Classes and Object-oriented Programming

Chapter 5 : Persistence

Chapter 6 : GUIs with Tkinter

Chapter 7 : Numerical Processing

Chapter 8 : Calling C Code

Chapter 9 : Threads in Python

 

Call us on 1 813 323 0002 (USA) or 1 289 400 2297 (Can) to enrol in a Python course today!

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