Python Tutorial for Beginners 2017 Part 1 | Python Programming Tutorial | Python Basics

Python Tutorial for Beginners 2017 | Python Programming Tutorial | Python Basics | Python Tutorial

Hello and welcome to Python training video for beginners. If you are one among the curious to learn python programming language, you are at the right place. This is one of the best online python tutorials for the beginners and we hope this python tutorial will give you the best path to learn python programming language in the easiest way!

Check out the topics covered in this Python tutorial session:
• What is Python?
• Why should we use Python for Data Science?
• Data types in Python
– Simple types
– Complex types
• Lists, Sets, tuples, Integers
• Input Methods
• Loops
– While loop
– For loop
• Conditions
– If, else
– If elif, else

Python is a programming language; the programming languages will make computers to operate the functions the way we require. Whether it is an addition or handling a large amount of user’s request in the website background or backend. There is always a programming language which will help us to customize the way the computer works.

There are many categories of programming languages, in that we can categorize them into 3 levels i.e. Machine level language, Assembly language, and High-level language. So, these are the three-distinct classification of the programming languages.

Machine Level languages are quite binary in nature, they are quite difficult to code.

Assembly Level languages will use symbols, mnemonics, and they are quite easier to code compared to the machine level.

High-level languages are the easiest among all to code because they use English keywords. It is very easy to read, learn, and write as well. Here are some of the high-level programming languages, C, C++, Java, C#, Haskell, Python, Scala etc.

In high-level programming languages, there are two further classifications
– Object-oriented programming languages
– Functional programming languages

So as a conclusion we can define python as, it is a high-level programming language, which is functional in nature and also supports the concepts of object-oriented programming.
Versions of Python: Python has got two important versions,
– Python version 2
– Python version 3

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Ryan Donkereman says:

Can anybody help me out??

I tried to do the below script:

#! /usr/bin/env python3
Multiple Lines Text
Sample Python Program

storyformat = ”’
Once upon a time, deep in an ancient jungle,
there lived a (animal). This (animal)
liked to eat (food), but the jungle had
very little (food) to offer. One day, an
explorer found the (animal) and discovered
it liked (food). The explorer took the
(animal) back to (city), where it could
eat as much (food) as it wanted. However,
the (animal) became homesick, so the
explorer brought it back to the jungle,
leaving a large supply of (food).

The End

def tellStory():
userPicks = dict()
addPick(‘animal’, userPicks)
addPick(‘food’, userPicks)
addPick(‘city’, userPicks)
story = storyFormat.format(**userPicks)

def addPick(cue, dictionary):
”’Prompt for a user response using the cue string,
and place the cue-response pair in the dictionary.
prompt = ‘Enter an example for ‘ + cue + ‘: ‘
response = input(prompt)
dictionary[cue] = response

input(‘Press Enter to end the program.’)

but I get the below error-message:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/root/Desktop/”, line 39, in
File “/root/Desktop/”, line 28, in tellStory
story = storyFormat.format(**userPicks)
NameError: name ‘storyFormat’ is not defined

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