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Module 1 Details
Introduction and Python Installation
This lesson will give you a high level description of what is Python programming all about, and why it is the best language for beginners. The lesson will familiarize you to different Python support group sites. A demo showing how to install Python in your machine and then write a basic Python script will be given.
An introduction to basic data types (strings, numbers and boolean data types) will be given. Variables and their important use cases in Python programming will be discussed. Lastly, other basic Python Syntax, such as how to write comments in Python programming language will be discussed.
We will cover different types of decision making statements in Python programming language, and how they are associated to boolean datatypes.
Control flow and decision making
Here we will cover 3 types of loops in Python, which will be For Loops, While Loops, and Nested Loops.
Python Data Types
An extensive in-depth description of Python data types will be given. We will discuss how to store, manage, extract and manipulate data stored in some of these data types.
More on data types
Further discussion on data types will be continued. Differences between mutable and immutable data types will be elaborated.
Exceptions and error handling in python
There are two kinds of errors in Python, syntax error and an exception. We will discuss what is an exception error, and how to handle it using raising exception and assertions statements.
Here we will show how to write control flow statements inside list, dictionary and tuples. We will elaborate on the efficiency and benefits of writing a program in this form (Lists Comprehensions).
Python Collection functions
We will discuss Python collections module, which implements specialized container data types that provides an alternative to Python's general purpose built-in containers such as dictionaries, lists, sets and tuples.
Create a simple calculator
We will create a user interface program, that will prompt the user to enter two and the choice of arithmetic operator that the user wants. We will then use this two numbers to perform an arithmetic operation.
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