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Improve your Python programming skills and implement over 150 functions in Python!

What you will learn

solve over 150 exercises in Python

deal with real programming problems

work with documentation

guaranteed instructor support

Description

Welcome to the Implement 150 functions in Python! – Hands-on course where you can test your Python programming skills.

Topics you will find in the exercises:

  • calculations in Python
  • slicing
  • strings, and str methods
  • data types
  • data structures: set. tuple, list, dict
  • program flow control
  • if statement
  • for loops
  • break statement
  • continue statement
  • while loops
  • exception handling
  • input/output
  • reading files
  • saving to files
  • built-in functions
  • defining your own functions
  • anonymous functions – lambda expression
  • set comprehension
  • list comprehension
  • dict comprehension
  • built-in modules
  • Fibonacci sequence
  • prime and composite numbers
  • palindromic numbers
  • GCD
  • decimal system, binary system
  • compression
  • object oriented programming
  • Hamming distance
  • Scrabble game
  • spiral matrices
  • input / output operations
  • work with JSON and CSV files
  • ETL processing
  • object serialization – pickle
  • SQLite databases – sqlite3
  • Levenshtein distance
  • Caesar Cipher
  • Morse code
  • Monte Carlo method
  • bitwise AND, OR, XOR
  • functional programming
  • inheritance from built-in classes
  • calculation of moving averages and minima
  • implementation of the Matrix class
  • implementation of the Stack class
  • implementation of the Queue class
  • the parentheses validator
  • HTML document validator
  • and other

This course is designed for people who have basic and advanced knowledge in Python. It consists of 150 exercises with solutions. This is a great test for people who are learning the Python language and are looking for new challenges. Exercises are also a good test before the interview.


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Exercise 0

Exercises 1-10

Exercise 1
Solution 1
Exercise 2
Solution 2
Exercise 3
Solution 3
Exercise 4
Solution 4
Exercise 5
Solution 5
Exercise 6
Solution 6
Exercise 7
Solution 7
Exercise 8
Solution 8
Exercise 9
Solution 9
Exercise 10
Solution 10

Exercises 11-20

Exercise 11
Solution 11
Exercise 12
Solution 12
Exercise 13
Solution 13
Exercise 14
Solution 14
Exercise 15
Solution 15
Exercise 16
Solution 16
Exercise 17
Solution 17
Exercise 18
Solution 18
Exercise 19
Solution 19
Exercise 20
Solution 20

Exercises 21-30

Exercise 21
Solution 21
Exercise 22
Solution 22
Exercise 23
Solution 23
Exercise 24
Solution 24
Exercise 25
Solution 25
Exercise 26
Solution 26
Exercise 27
Solution 27
Exercise 28
Solution 28
Exercise 29
Solution 29
Exercise 30
Solution 30

Exercises 31-40

Exercise 31
Solution 31
Exercise 32
Solution 32
Exercise 33
Solution 33
Exercise 34
Solution 34
Exercise 35
Solution 35
Exercise 36
Solution 36
Exercise 37
Solution 37
Exercise 38
Solution 38
Exercise 39
Solution 39
Exercise 40
Solution 40

Exercises 41-50

Exercise 41
Solution 41
Exercise 42
Solution 42
Exercise 43
Solution 43
Exercise 44
Solution 44
Exercise 45
Solution 45
Exercise 46
Solution 46
Exercise 47
Solution 47
Exercise 48
Solution 48
Exercise 49
Solution 49
Exercise 50
Solution 50

Exercises 51-60

Exercise 51
Solution 51
Exercise 52
Solution 52
Exercise 53
Solution 53
Exercise 54
Solution 54
Exercise 55
Solution 55
Exercise 56
Solution 56
Exercise 57
Solution 57
Exercise 58
Solution 58
Exercise 59
Solution 59
Exercise 60
Solution 60

Exercises 61-70

Exercise 61
Solution 61
Exercise 62
Solution 62
Exercise 63
Solution 63
Exercise 64
Solution 64
Exercise 65
Solution 65
Exercise 66
Solution 66
Exercise 67
Solution 67
Exercise 68
Solution 68
Exercise 69
Solution 69
Exercise 70
Solution 70

Exercises 71-80

Exercise 71
Solution 71
Exercise 72
Solution 72
Exercise 73
Solution 73
Exercise 74
Solution 74
Exercise 75
Solution 75
Exercise 76
Solution 76
Exercise 77
Solution 77
Exercise 78
Solution 78
Exercise 79
Solution 79
Exercise 80
Solution 80

Exercises 81-90

Exercise 81
Solution 81
Exercise 82
Solution 82
Exercise 83
Solution 83
Exercise 84
Solution 84
Exercise 85
Solution 85
Exercise 86
Solution 86
Exercise 87
Solution 87
Exercise 88
Solution 88
Exercise 89
Solution 89
Exercise 90
Solution 90

Exercises 91-100

Exercise 91
Solution 91
Exercise 92
Solution 92
Exercise 93
Solution 93
Exercise 94
Solution 94
Exercise 95
Solution 95
Exercise 96
Solution 96
Exercise 97
Solution 97
Exercise 98
Solution 98
Exercise 99
Solution 99
Exercise 100
Solution 100

Exercises 101-110

Exercise 101
Solution 101
Exercise 102
Solution 102
Exercise 103
Solution 103
Exercise 104
Solution 104
Exercise 105
Solution 105
Exercise 106
Solution 106
Exercise 107
Solution 107
Exercise 108
Solution 108
Exercise 109
Solution 109
Exercise 110
Solution 110

Exercises 111-120

Exercise 111
Solution 111
Exercise 112
Solution 112
Exercise 113
Solution 113
Exercise 114
Solution 114
Exercise 115
Solution 115
Exercise 116
Solution 116
Exercise 117
Solution 117
Exercise 118
Solution 118
Exercise 119
Solution 119
Exercise 120
Solution 120

Exercises 121-130

Exercise 121
Solution 121
Exercise 122
Solution 122
Exercise 123
Solution 123
Exercise 124
Solution 124
Exercise 125
Solution 125
Exercise 126
Solution 126
Exercise 127
Solution 127
Exercise 128
Solution 128
Exercise 129
Solution 129
Exercise 130
Solution 130

Exercises 131-140

Exercise 131
Solution 131
Exercise 132
Solution 132
Exercise 133
Solution 133
Exercise 134
Solution 134
Exercise 135
Solution 135
Exercise 136
Solution 136
Exercise 137
Solution 137
Exercise 138
Solution 138
Exercise 139
Solution 139
Exercise 140
Solution 140

Exercises 141-150

Exercise 141
Solution 141
Exercise 142
Solution 142
Exercise 143
Solution 143
Exercise 144
Solution 144
Exercise 145
Solution 145
Exercise 146
Solution 146
Exercise 147
Solution 147
Exercise 148
Solution 148
Exercise 149
Solution 149
Exercise 150
Solution 150

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