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Python is an interpreted high-level programming language for general-purpose programming. Created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991, Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes code readability, and a syntax that allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code.

Python is a general-purpose interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, and high-level programming language. Python has been one of the flexible, and powerful open-source language that is easy to learn, easy to use, and has powerful libraries.

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Python Training Content

Introduction to Python

  • > What is Python?
  • > Why Python?
  • > Who Uses Python?
  • > Characteristics of Python
  • > History of Python
  • > What is PSF?
  • > Python Versions
  • > How to Download Python
  • > How to Install Python
  • > Install Python with Diff IDEs
  • > Features of Python
  • > Limitations of Python
  • > Python Applications
  • > Creating Your First Python Program
  • > Printing to the Screen
  • > Reading Keyboard Input
  • > Using Command Prompt and GUI or IDE
  • > Python Distributions

Different Modes in PYTHON

  • > Execute the Script
  • > Interactive Mode
  • > Script Mode
  • > Python File Extensions
  • > SETTING PATH IN Windows
  • > Clear screen inside python
  • > Learn Python Main Function
  • > Python Comments
  • > Quit the Python Shell
  • > Shell as a Simple Calculator
  • > Order of operations
  • > Multiline Statements
  • > Quotations in Python
  • > Python Path Testing
  • > Joining two lines
  • > Python Implementation Alternatives
  • > Python Sub Packages
  • > Uses of Python in Data Science
  • > USES OF PYTHON IN IOT
  • > Working with Python in Unix/Linux/Windows/Mac/Android..!!

Variables in Python

  • > What is Variable?
  • > Variables in Python
  • > Constants in Python
  • > Variable and Value
  • > Variable names
  • > Mnemonic Variable Names
  • > Values and Types
  • > What Does “Type” Mean?
  • > Multiple Assignment
  • > Python different numerical types
  • > Standard Data Types
  • > Operators and Operands
  • > Order of Operations
  • > Swap variables
  • > Python Mathematics
  • > Type Conversion
  • > Mutable Versus Immutable Objects

String Handling

  • > What is string?
  • > String operations
  • > String indices
  • > Basic String Operations
  • > String Functions, Methods
  • > Delete a string
  • > String Multiplication and concatenation
  • > Python Keywords
  • > Python Identifiers
  • > Python Literals
  • > String Formatting Operator
  • S> tructuring with indentation in Python
  • > Built-in String Methods
  • > Define Data Structure?
  • > Data Structures in PYTHON

Python Operators and Operands

  • > Arithmetic Operators
  • > Relational Operators
  • > Comparison Operators
  • > Python Assignment Operators
  • > Short hand Assignment Operators
  • > Logical Operators or Bitwise Operators
  • > Membership Operators
  • > Identity Operators
  • > Operator precedence
  • > Evaluating Expressions

Python Conditional Statements:

  • > How to use “if condition” in conditional structures
  • > if statement (One-Way Decisions)
  • > if .. else statement (Two-way Decisions)
  • > How to use “else condition”
  • > if .. elif .. else statement (Multi-way)
  • > When “else condition” does not work
  • > How to use “elif” condition
  • > How to execute conditional statement with minimal code
  • > Nested IF Statement

Python LOOPS

  • > How to use “While Loop”
  • > How to use “For Loop”
  • >How to use For Loop for set of other things besides numbers
  • > Break statements in For Loop
  • > Continue statement in For Loop
  • > Enumerate function for For Loop
  • > Practical Example
  • > How to use for loop to repeat the same statement over and again
  • > Break, continue statements

Learning Python Strings

  • > Accessing Values in Strings
  • > Various String Operators
  • > Some more examples
  • > Python String replace() Method
  • > Changing upper and lower case strings
  • > Using “join” function for the string
  • > Reversing String
  • > Split Strings

Sequence or Collections in PYTHON

  • > Strings
  • > Unicode Strings
  • > Lists
  • > Tuples
  • > buffers
  • > xrange

Python Lists

  • > Lists are mutable
  • > Getting to Lists
  • > List indices
  • > Traversing a list
  • > List operations
  • > List slices
  • > List methods
  • > Map, filter and reduce
  • > Deleting elements
  • > Lists and strings

Python TUPLE

  • > Advantages of Tuple over List
  • > Packing and Unpacking
  • > Comparing tuples
  • > Creating nested tuple
  • > Using tuples as keys in dictionaries
  • > Deleting Tuples
  • > Slicing of Tuple
  • > Tuple Membership Test
  • > Built-in functions with Tuple
  • > Dotted Charts

Python Sets

  • > How to create a set?
  • > Iteration Over Sets
  • > Python Set Methods
  • > Python Set Operations
  • > Union of sets
  • > Built-in Functions with Set
  • > Python Frozenset

Python Dictionary

  • > How to create a dictionary?
  • > PYTHON HASHING?
  • > Python Dictionary Methods
  • > Copying dictionary
  • > Updating Dictionary
  • > Delete Keys from the dictionary
  • > Dictionary items() Method
  • > Sorting the Dictionary
  • > Python Dictionary in-built Functions
  • > Dictionary len() Method
  • > Variable Types
  • > Python List cmp() Method
  • > Dictionary Str(dict)

Python Functions

  • > What is a function?
  • > How to define and call a function in Python
  • > Types of Functions
  • > Significance of Indentation (Space) in Python
  • > How Function Return Value?
  • > Types of Arguments in Functions
  • > Default Arguments
  • > Non-Default Arguments
  • > Keyword Arguments
  • > Non-keyword Arguments
  • > Arbitrary Arguments
  • > Rules to define a function in Python
  • > Various Forms of Function Arguments
  • > Scope and Lifetime of variables
  • > Nested Functions
  • > Call By Value, Call by Reference
  • > Anonymous Functions/Lambda functions
  • > Passing functions to function
  • > map(), filter(), reduce() functions
  • > What is a Docstring?
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