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50 Lessons (4h 33m)
    • 1. Welcome To This Course

      1:19
    • 2. Download All Python Environment Software

      7:38
    • 3. Step 1 – Install the Python 3

      2:37
    • 4. Step 2 – Install Java SE Development Kit

      2:54
    • 5. Step 3 – Add the Python 3 Directory to your System Path Environment Variable

      3:15
    • 6. Step 4 - Install PyCharm: Python IDE

      4:07
    • 7. Creating and Running Your First Python Project

      5:06
    • 8. Code Blocks and Indentation In Python

      7:07
    • 9. Python Statement Order

      8:11
    • 10. Python Comments

      5:08
    • 11. Introduction to Python Variables

      7:57
    • 12. Python Variable Types

      2:55
    • 13. Python Strings, Integer, Float And Boolean

      4:52
    • 14. Redefine Python Variables

      5:11
    • 15. Rules For Naming Variables

      1:52
    • 16. SyntaxError: Invalid Syntax

      3:04
    • 17. Python Arithmetic and Assignment Operators

      7:35
    • 18. Python Built-in Function: divmod()

      5:35
    • 19. Python Built-in Function: int()

      4:29
    • 20. Python Built-in Function: float()

      4:06
    • 21. String Literals In Python

      10:31
    • 22. Empty Python String

      2:42
    • 23. Python \n And \t Functions

      4:37
    • 24. Python Escape

      5:12
    • 25. Python String Arithmetic Operators

      4:56
    • 26. Python String indexing

      4:35
    • 27. Python String Methods: replace()

      6:18
    • 28. Python Slice()

      7:53
    • 29. Python String Methods: split() and join()

      7:56
    • 30. Python Collections (Arrays)

      4:01
    • 31. Create A Python List

      4:56
    • 32. Mutable vs Immutable Objects In Python

      6:06
    • 33. Multi-Dimensional Python Lists

      7:05
    • 34. Update Python List Values

      8:01
    • 35. Python List Methods

      6:17
    • 36. Python List count() and sort()

      7:20
    • 37. Python Variable Synchronization and copy()

      6:42
    • 38. Create A Python Tuple

      5:55
    • 39. Convert A List To A Tuple

      2:18
    • 40. Python Tuple Methods: count() and index()

      4:55
    • 41. Python len() and Python in Keyword

      1:23
    • 42. Create A Python Dictionary

      8:26
    • 43. Accessing Items: Dictionary Keys

      8:41
    • 44. Python Dictionary update()

      5:57
    • 45. Deleting and Clearing Python Dictionary items

      5:37
    • 46. Python Dictionary Keys and Values

      5:02
    • 47. Dictionary Methods

      7:03
    • 48. Create A Python Set

      4:23
    • 49. Unordered and Unindexed Python Set

      7:29
    • 50. Set Methods

      5:59

About This Class

Requirements

  • A Windows, Mac, or Linux computer
  • Everything else needed to start programming in Python is already included in the course.

Description

Interested in learning how to quickly use Python programming language?

Python programming language is rapidly becoming the solution that Operators turn to with its powerful combination of a scripting language, command line speed, and GUI tools (Graphical User Interface).

This course is an introduction to Python 3 programming language where you'll have an opportunity to learn how to setting up the python development environment, and creating your first python project.

In this course, you'll be introduced to how to setting up a system variable for using python from the windows command prompt and also covers using python from the built in IDLE IDE.

This course will let you be able to understand the thinking way of the Python programming language.

What You Will Learn

The course is designed to teach you:

  • Basic concepts of Python 3 programming language

  • How to navigate the PyCharm: Python IDE for Developers

  • Interpret and understand how to Create and manage variables

  • Formalization of the Python Collections (Arrays)

  • Working with List, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries...

By the end of this course, you should be well on your way to creating basic Python scripts, and having a good start on python learning journey.

Who is the target audience?

  • The Course is Designed for Beginners Looking to use Python programming Language
  • No previous programming experience is assumed