Python Programming

Overview

Python is a powerful programming language that allows you to create programs for almost any purpose. It has been adopted by many companies and organizations because of its versatility and ease of use. Python is an open-source programming language used by many developers around the world. In this tutorial, we’ll teach you everything you need to know about Python. We’ll start by teaching you the basics of Python syntax. Then we’ll move on to more advanced topics like object-oriented programming and data structures.

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Introduction to Python

Python is a general-purpose, interpreted, object-oriented scripting language. It was designed as a successor to the original ABC (Ada, Basic, C) languages. Python is also known as “The Language” because of its popularity among programmers.

Installing Python

To install Python, download the latest version of Python 3.x from python.org/download/. You will find links to both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Python 3.x. If you’re using Windows, you should use the x86 installer. If you’re using Linux, you should use the i686 installer.

Getting Started with Python

Once you’ve downloaded Python, you’ll need to install it. This process varies based on what operating system you’re using. On Windows, you can run the setup program directly from the Python website. On Mac OS X, you can double click the file to start the installation. On Linux, you can run the command sudo apt-get install python3.6.

Variables and Data Types

A variable is a name given to a value. It’s similar to how you might give a name to a book or a movie. You can use variables to store data. There are two main kinds of variables: numeric and string. Numeric variables hold numbers, such as money or temperature. String variables hold text, such as names or addresses.

Functions

A function is a piece of code that performs a task. It has its own set of inputs and outputs. A method is a function that belongs to a class. Classes are collections of functions that share common characteristics. They’re often called “objects” because they contain objects.

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