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Learn Python the Easy Way, Complete with Examples and Exercises

Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can't even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts, commands, and nuances that aren't explained. This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers.

Python Programming for Beginners doesn't make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of Python or computer programming. You need no prior knowledge to benefit from this book. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts, commands, or jargon are encountered they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand.

Here is what you will learn by reading Python Programming for Beginners:

When to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3.
How to install Python on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Screenshots included.
How to prepare your computer for programming in Python.
The various ways to run a Python program on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Suggested text editors and integrated development environments to use when coding in Python.
How to work with various data types including strings, lists, tuples, dictionaries, booleans, and more.
What variables are and when to use them.
How to perform mathematical operations using Python.
How to capture input from a user.
Ways to control the flow of your programs.
The importance of white space in Python.
How to organize your Python programs -- Learn what goes where.
What modules are, when you should use them, and how to create your own.
How to define and use functions.
Important built-in Python functions that you'll use often.
How to read from and write to files.
The difference between binary and text files.
Various ways of getting help and find Python documentation.
Much more...
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#1
Hot! Thanks - will come in handy whilst I continue to develop my home automation stack!
#2
Still free at the moment
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Thank you.
#4
Nice.

Just curious why one would need to know when to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3. It makes it sound as if they run in parallel and/or incompatible with each other.
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pothole
Nice.
Just curious why one would need to know when to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3. It makes it sound as if they run in parallel and/or incompatible with each other.

Mainly because there a certain libraries/functions that are only available in Python 2 and also as a Python developer you may be called upon to support legacy code created in Python 2. So knowing the differences between 2 and 3 is somewhat useful. Though generally these days most of us use Python 3.

Edited By: Phobos on Apr 06, 2017 14:06
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do kindle books require an account that is paid for?
#8
useful to cop the yeezyes
#9
Still Free - thanks
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stec77
do kindle books require an account that is paid for?

No, they don't all require a paid for account, lol. :-)

Most of my Kindle collection are mostly via such similar freebies ...

So I can tell you for sure, that that's the way it is. :-)

Ps.
The OP's Freebie Deal is still FREE!, as I just got it myself (literally a few minutes before then typing this up to you too). :-)
#11
pothole
Nice.
Just curious why one would need to know when to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3. It makes it sound as if they run in parallel and/or incompatible with each other.

A good point that, lol.

And where is the where to use Python 1 in all this too then?, looool. :-)
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Slowly getting a library of free kindle books

Hehehe.hr, YEP!, and same here, lol. :-)
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pothole
Nice.
Just curious why one would need to know when to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3. It makes it sound as if they run in parallel and/or incompatible with each other.
You will need a lot more parentheses in 3. Here, cut & paste these for free: ()()() ;-)
#15
Dear Python, the 1990s are calling, and they want their programming language back.
#16
michaelsouris
Dear Python, the 1990s are calling, and they want their programming language back.

?

If I'm not mistaken (though I just might?, lol), newer versions of the Windows OS are written in Visual C/Dev C, built upon/from it's older sibling of C++ (and it's much older variant) C+ upon which the original DOS OS (QDOS, MS-DOS, DRDOS, etc?), all Platforms of which both made and broke $fortunes$ for somebody?.

Where would any of the above now be also?, without their earlier fledgling counterparts to begin with?, or .....

Everything somewhere, starts with a fire in it's belly somehow?. :-)
#17
amour3k
michaelsouris
Dear Python, the 1990s are calling, and they want their programming language back.
?
If I'm not mistaken (though I just might?, lol), newer versions of the Windows OS are written in Visual C/Dev C, built upon/from it's older sibling of C++ (and it's much older variant) C+ upon which the original DOS OS (QDOS, MS-DOS, DRDOS, etc?), all Platforms of which both made and broke $fortunes$ for somebody?.
Where would any of the above now be also?, without their earlier fledgling counterparts to begin with?, or .....
Everything somewhere, starts with a fire in it's belly somehow?. :-)
We could spend hours discussing the genealogy of programming languages - but I wouldn't recommend spending time learning Python any more than I would recommend spending time learning batch scripting in QDOS.
Leave it to us old farts who can still make a few bob maintaining legacy systems, better to go and learn something more current like Swift and Java and make a killing writing the apps of tomorrow...
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