Python

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  • TRAINER: MR.ASHUTOSH
  • Duration: 2 Months.
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Python Course

Contents:

1. Introduction
2. Installation
3. First program
4. Python core data types
4.1 Basic
4.2 Numbers
4.3 Strings
4.4 Lists
4.5 Dictionaries
4.6 Tuples
4.7 Sets
4.8 Files
5. Operators and Expression
6. Control Flow
7. Data Structures
8. Functions
9. Modules

Overview:

1. Introduction
1.1 Why Do People Use Python?
1.2 Who Uses Python Today?
1.3 What is python and what are the key features of python?
1.4 What Can I Do with Python?
2. Installation of python
3. First program
3.1 How to write first python program
3.2 How to save and run the program
4. Python core data types
4.1 Basic
4.1.1 Comments
4.1.2 Literal constants
4.1.3 Indentation
4.2 Numbers
4.2.1 Numeric Type Basics
4.2.2 Number in Action
4.3 Strings
4.3.1 String Literals
4.3.2 Strings in Action
4.3.3 String Methods
4.3.4 String Formatting Expressions
4.4 Lists
4.4.1 Basic List Operations
4.4.2 List Iteration and Comprehensions
4.4.3 Indexing, Slicing, and Matrixes
4.4.4 Changing Lists In-Place
4.5 Dictionaries
4.5.1 Basic Dictionaries Operations
4.5.2 Mapping Operations
4.5.3 Nesting Revisited
4.5.4 Sorting Keys: for Loops
4.5.5 Iteration and Optimization
4.5.6 Missing Keys: if Tests
4.6 Tuples
4.6.1 Tuples in Action
4.6.2 Why Lists and Tuples?
4.7 Sets
4.7.1 Sets in Action
4.8 Files
4.8.1 Fancier Output Formatting
4.8.2 Reading and Writing Files
5. Operators and Expression
5.1 Operators
5.2 Operators and Precedence
5.3 Expressions
6. Control Flow
6.1 Introducing python Statements
6.2 if Statement
6.3 While Statement
6.4 For loop
6.5 Break Statement
6.6 Continue Statement
7. Data Structures
7.1 More on Lists
7.1.1 Using Lists as Stacks
7.1.2 Using Lists as Queues
7.1.3 List Comprehensions
7.1.4 Nested List Comprehensions
7.2 The del statement
8. Functions
8.1 Function Parameters
8.2 Local Variables
8.3 Using The global Statement
8.4 Default Argument Values
8.5 Keyword Arguments
8.6 VarArgs parameters
8.7 Keyword-only Parameters
8.8 The return Statement
8.9 DocStrings
9. Modules
9.1 The from . . . import statement
9.2 A module’s name
9.3 Making Your Own Modules
9.4 The dir function
9.5 Packages

Classes and oop content

1. Classes
1.1 class objects
1.2 methods
2. Inheritance
3. Exception handling
4. Standard library
5. Built-in function