# Python 3: Programming in Python for Beginners

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73 Lessons (11h 17m)
• 1. What will you know after this course?

3:10
• 2. What is Python? Installation and first execution

8:47
• 3. Variables, creating and running external srcript, interactive Shell

14:06

3:17
• 5. Types of Variables

8:59
• 6. Math Operators

10:12
• 7. Exercise: adding VAT to products

8:12
• 8. Semicolon and ENTER - assigning multiple values to variables at once

4:30
• 9. Assignment operators

2:18
• 10. Playing with Strings (Slicing, adding and having fun)

10:01
• 11. Importing libraries - basics

10:51
• 12. ATTENTION - important lecture about common mistake regarding functions

5:22
• 13. Taking data from user and type conversion (casting)

11:52
• 14. Comparison (Relational) Operators

5:10
• 15. Instruction 'if' why INDENTATION is IMPORTANT in Python | DO NOT SKIP!

10:50
• 16. Calculator Exercise

11:05
• 17. Values different than zero

3:04
• 18. Logical Operators

9:58
• 19. Loop while

6:06
• 20. EXERCSE: Summing numbers

8:08
• 21. Loop for

6:12
• 22. Break and continue

11:20
• 23. EXERCISE: Guess Number

8:34
• 24. What are Lists? Basic operations on lists

9:36
• 25. Checking if element is 'in' or 'not in' the list

2:41
• 26. Operating on lists with Functions

13:34
• 27. Tuples - what does immutable mean?

5:20
• 28. Dictionary

10:08
• 29. Sets

7:12
• 30. Operations on sets

7:32
• 31. Nested types

12:49
• 32. Processing nested types using loops

3:28
• 33. Dictionary inside Dictionary, Dictionary inside List - when to choose which?

8:37
• 34. Extracting records from nested dictionaries

19:33
• 35. EXERCISE: Dynamic dictionary with definitions

12:20
• 36. List comprehensions

10:14
• 37. Python generator expressions

11:29
• 38. Dictionary comprehensions

14:04
• 39. Set comprehension

2:51
• 40. EXERCISE: Finding numbers that are divisible by 7, but are not divisible by 5

10:25
• 41. How to create a function? What problem functions solve?

10:25
• 42. Passing more than one argument, function with multiple parameters

4:46
• 43. Returning values 'return'

12:26
• 44. Your own modules imported

9:52
• 45. enum - what it is and why you should use it?

13:01
• 46. EXERCISE: Arithmetic sequence, summing numbers up to entered number

13:49
• 47. Measuring PERFORMANCE of code | How well (fast) some part of code work

15:06
• 48. Function as argument of another function | How to measure performance of func

7:19
• 49. Default arguments

7:21
• 50. Keyword and positional arguments

8:31
• 51. EXERCISE - checking if value is in container

6:48
• 52. Variable length argument

11:45
• 53. Local vs Global Variables - scope - lifetime of variables

9:12
• 54. Immutable vs mutable objects

20:56
• 55. Shallow vs Deep copy of object

14:08
• 56. Lambda | Anonymous functions - what are they? when should you use them?

11:49
• 57. Drawing random numbers - creating a program that checks if you hit the monster

14:47
• 58. Random events - choice vs choices function

9:04
• 59. shuffle - shuffling cards in 'war' game

3:04
• 60. EXERCISE: Drawing elements without REPETITION - lottery game - 6 numbers from 49

12:46
• 61. EXERCISE | GAME - Drawing random chests colours with random rewards

25:02
• 62. EXERCISE | GAME - drawing approximate values to a certain value

8:05
• 63. What is a file? How to create it? Why do we need to CLOSE it? How to save data?

10:09
• 64. Exceptions, try, finally block on practical example

4:22
• 65. Opening the file using: with... as...:

3:01

7:29
• 67. seek and tell - changing and reading the position of last operation in file

5:04
• 68. append - adding text at the end of file

2:21
• 69. a+, r+, w+ - two function file opening modes

6:34
• 70. Keyword except - catching exceptions - EXERCISE - loading names and surnames

12:29
• 71. Generator functions - yield keyword

13:30
• 72. EXERCISE: Generate infinite amount of numbers multiplied by themselves

6:19
• 73. Send method in generator functions

11:54
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