Python for Beginners with Examples

Python for Beginners with Examples
Python for Beginners with Examples
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2 Hours | 398 MB

A straight-to-the-point Python course to quickly get you started with writing Python code and creating Python programs.

This Python course will get you up and running with Python very quickly saving you time spent googling for video tutorials, exercises and examples. The course has it all. It first covers Python basics and then teaches you how to use that code to build some real example programs.

The course is ideal for those who haven’t programmed before, but it also works for experienced programmers who want to learn Python as long as they don’t get offended by a bit of extra explanations of programming concepts.

You will start from scratch by learning all Python fundamentals and slowly progressing into more advanced Python third-party libraries and by the end of the course you will know how to write Python programs. You will actually build your a real Python program that has a graphical user interface (GUI) built with Python. As a bonus you will also learn how to convert that program into an executable that runs both on Windows and Mac as a standalone program so that you can give your program to anyone.

The course also guides you on how to go about building even more advanced programs with Python. You will learn how to use Python third party libraries for building programs in a wide range of application areas.

This is not simply a tutorial. The content of the course consists of a mix of video lectures, quizzes, exercises, and discussions with the instructor and the fellow students giving you a complete package to help you become a professional Python programmer.

What you’ll learn

  • Gain the skills to independently write real world non-complex programs.
  • Learn how to quickly set up a Python environment with its associated libraries
  • Learn to perform various batch operations
  • Write small Python programs integrating the fundamental blocks of the language
  • Write a complete Python program that takes user input, processes and outputs the results
  • Create a graphical user interfaces for your Python programs using the Python Tkinter library
  • Create a final executable that runs as a standalone program both on Windows and Mac
  • Be able to load and use data from CSV and TXT files in Python
  • Map data from CSV files to Google Earth KML files.
Table of Contents

Getting Started with Python
1 Introduction to the course
2 A few words about Python
3 Installing Python via Anaconda
4 Installing Python the default way
5 Spyder and iPython

Variables Strings Integers and Floats
6 Variables
7 How to save your code
8 Strings and numbers

Conditionals and functions
9 If else and indentation
10 Functions
11 Lecture-Storing-Functions
12 Exercise Converter Function
13 Solution Converter Function
14 Exercise Calculate Area
15 Solution Calculate Area
16 Exercise String Concatenation
17 Solution String Concatenation

Sequences collections and iterations
18 Sequences
19 Collections
20 Working with sequences and strings
21 Iterating

Working with files
22 Working with files
23 Handling files easily
24 Section-4.1
25 Section-4.1.Solution

Getting into the real world
26 Finding and using any library you want
27 Real world example Extracting averages from data files
28 Code introspection
29 Real world example Generating KML files
30 Interacting with the user
31 Exercise-KML-1
32 Solution-KML-1
33 Converting CSV data to a KML file

Making a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for your script
34 Global variables
35 Creating a GUI with tkinter
36 Attaching the GUI to your script

Creating an Executable File out of a Python Program
37 Creating standalone executables out of your Python programs

Coupons for Other Python Courses
38 Bonus lecture