Go from zero to hero in Python in weeks! Learn Python in a way you never forget!

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Are you tired of checking multiple courses on Python and not found even one which meets your actual requirements?

Most beginners study core part of the programming easily but actual programming starts after core programming is finished, since most of real world problems are solved by using programming paradigms such as iteration, recursion, comprehension, object oriented programming etc.

Most of the preceding topics are heavily influenced by fundamental mathematics, I will try to teach you fundamental mathematics through these programming paradigm such as iteration and recursion through this course.

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This course is for you if you want to:

– build the skills you need to get your first Python programming job

– learn basic to advance programming paradigm

– get started with some domain of Python such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cryptography and so on

– Learn as a self taught programmer who want to freelance

…then you need a solid foundation in Python programming. And this course is designed to give you those core skills, fast.

This course is aimed at complete beginners who have never programmed before, as well as existing programmers who want to increase their career options by learning Python.

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In this course, you will get more exercises and challenges than real theory part, because I believe if any beginner programmer want to excel in Python, he or she must write some code following python programming paradigm such as recursion, iteration etc.

Course contains above 45 exercises and many more challenges and quizzes.

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FAQ’s|| Must Read before Enrolling:

Is Python A Good First Programming Language To Learn?

Even though it has not yet been adopted as a first language by many computer science programs, Python is widely seen by industry experts as a great first programming language when learning to code and its extensive use in SpaceX to automate and handle technologies to launch rockets, Instagram, Google to support their backends and Many companies to support and execute ML and Deep Learning Algorithms; Its undoubtedly No.1 Programming Language to learn.

For starters, the syntax of Python is simpler than that of most other major programming languages, with fewer exceptions and special cases. It also tends to use plain English keywords in place of the system of punctuation that has to be memorized in other languages, making it easier to learn to code. Given these conventions, Python code tends to appear as less of a “jumble” to newcomers than it does in comparable languages.

Another great feature of Python is the ubiquity of its use. While Python is optimized for development on Linux and Unix systems, interpreters are available for just about every major operating system. All implementations of Python are supported by an excellent standard library, which means that new students can very quickly move on to creating actual functional programs that are useful. Additionally, the standard implementation of Python, CPython, is free and open-source.

What Type Of Jobs Are Available To Python Programmers?

In the job market, if you observe the trends; Python is often looked like a strong language to support some primary language that is more broadly used like C or Java. But Lately, with the evolution of ML and Deep Learning Algorithms; it is highly demanded skill to have in 2020 and later. There are a variety of jobs that one can get focusing exclusively on Python development, however. Many of these jobs will be in building and improving the internal tools that a company uses to create its finished marketable products, rather than working on the finished product itself.

One specific economic sector where the presence of Python programming is particularly strong is the geospatial industry. This is a critical industry that deals with navigational tools such as GPS, radar, and light measurements.

If you’re interested in web applications, Python is a better choice for development (working with the back-end or server-side) rather than design (creating the actually finished front-end that site visitors interact with). As mentioned previously, Google employed Python for many components of its search engine, and it is quite widely used in the data mining industry.

Finally, Python can also be used for game development. Some famous examples of games developed either entirely or in large part with Python include EVE Online, Civilization IV, the Battlefield game series, and the Mount & Blade games. The popular development environment Blender is written in Python.

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Language

Content

Introduction

Introduction

Why Python?

Afraid of Mathematics?

Install Python and IDE on your Machine

Install Python on Windows

Download and setup Pycharm code editor on Windows

Install python on Linux Machine

Download and setup Pycharm code editon on Linux

How to read Python documentation

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Python Note

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Variables and Data Types

Variables on Python

Variables in Python

Variable in Python

Variable

Data Types: String, Set and Numbers

Quiz on Numbers

Data Types: List, Dictionary and Tuple

Data Types

Typecasting in Python

Length of the string

Data Types in Python

Operators and Operands

Comments and User Input

Operators and Operands

Logical Operators and Operations

Boolean Algebra

Different operations on Boolean Algebra

Relational Algebra

Conditionals using Algebra

Exercise: Whether number is positive and even

Exercise: Check whether string contains given substring

Operators and Operands

Built-in Modules and Creating your own Modules

“random” module

“math” module

Data Structures

Python “List” Data Structures

Exercise: Find index of largest element of list

Exercise: swap numbers in python

Exercise: Reverse element of list without using any inbuilt functions

Exercise: WAP to return index of greatest neighbor element

Exercise: Find intersection of two list

Python “Dictionary” Data Structures

Dictionary in a nutshell!

Exercise: Find name and password in the dictionary

Exercise: Reverse key and value pair

Learn Strings and String Methods in detail

String Formatting

String Quiz


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List Quiz

Dictionary Quiz

Rock Paper Scissor

Introduction to Rock Paper Scissor and Its rule

Making Game Logic and Move for Players

Address condition where Player will win the game

Address condition where Computer will win the game and Invalid Inputs

Adding Score to the Game

Make A Quiz Game

Little Bit about File Handling

Open the File and store content of File into the dictionary

Create Sample Questions for the Quiz Game

Check User Answer with correct Answer and print score of the Player

Conditionals and Looping

Python Indentation

Python Conditionals: if…else statements

Looping in Python: while Loops

Exercise: Find sum to ‘n’ using Loops

Exercise: Find sum of odd numbers to N using Loops

Exercise: WAP to find multiples of 6

Exercise: Find Factorial of numbers using Loops

Exercise: Sum of the functions

Exercise: Optimized solution of previous Lecture Problem

Looping in Python: for Loops

List and Dictionary Comprehensions

Conditionals and Looping

Important Quiz

Matrix and Vector in Python

How to represent Vectors and Matrices in Python?

Access Element of Vector and Matrix

Exercise: Matrix Sum

Exercise: Vector Mean Position

User Defined Functions in Python

User Defined Functions in Python

Writing better Functions

Exercise: Write myPow() function to calculate given power of any number

Exercise: Create a Rectangle using Functions

Exercise: Find dot product between two lists

Exercise: Sum of squared of numbers of the List

Exercise: Sum of numbers to N

Exercise: Find smallest divisor

Exercise: find sum of all divisors of the number

Exercise: Find the next perfect number

Exercise: Find prime numbers between 0 to limit

Default Arguments in Python

Anonymous/Lambda functions

Quiz

Recursion

What is Recursion? Don’t miss this lecture!!

Example of Recursion

Exercise: WAP to reverse string using Recursion

Exercise: Implement recursive definition using Python Recursive Function

Exercise: Print Triangular Digits using Recursion

Exercise: Print Inverted Triangle (inverted of previous Question triangle)

Exercise: Sum of Digits Non Recursive Version

Exercise: Sum of Digits Recursive Version

Another Example of Recursion: List Search

Exercise: Element Search into the List

Modify List Search so that it works on Nested List too

Python Quiz on Recursion

Write Recursive Function

Write Recursive Function

WAP to print sum of even numbers recursively

WAP to find smallest number from the list recursively

Recursive Definition into Recursive Function

Advance Python Programming Construct

Functional Programming: lambda, map and reduce

Iterators in Python

Generators in Python

Decorators

Quiz

Object Oriented Programming in Python

Classes and Objects in Python

Basic Inheritance in Python

Multiple Inheritance in Python

Polymorphism in Python

Properties

Operator Overloading in Python

Conclusion

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