Python Fundamentals

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Absolute beginner's guide to computers and programming

Sept. 1, 2020 by Article

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Want to get started with programming but don't know where to start? Today, we explore the absolute basics of computers and programming, with no coding knowledge required.

Learn Python the Hard Way

Jan. 1, 2018 by Unai Barredo Book

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Newly updated for Python 3, the original and still the most popular way for total beginners to finally learn how to code. Learn Python The Hard Way takes you from absolute zero to able to read and write basic Python to then understand other books on Python. No experience necessary to begin, and you can even try the book out for free to see if the method works for you. If you've always wanted to learn to code but have no idea where to begin, then this book is for you.

Know the basic Python Syntax within 8-20minutes of reading!

June 22, 2016 by Study Tonight Article

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First off, Python is case-sensitive. Hence a variable with the name "date" is not the same as "daTe" This tutorial or guide will cover the basic Python syntax that anyone can understand right off the bat. Know the formal format of writing Python code and how spaces, an indentation, capital letters, etc.. can entirely affect a piece of code. 8-20 Minutes is all you need to understand the syntax! Good luck on your Programming journey.

Data Types — Python 3.9.4 documentation

Jan. 1, 1970 by official documentation Article

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Official documentation of all data types. The modules described in this chapter provide a variety of specialized data types such as dates and times, fixed-type arrays, heap queues, double-ended queues, and enumerations. Python also provides some built-in data types, in particular, dict , list , set and frozenset , and tuple .