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Python from Scratch: Variables, Data Types and Control Structur
Welcome back to Python from Scratch, where wefre learning Pythoncfrom scratch! In the last lesson, we installed Python and got set up. Today, wefre going to cover quite a bit, as we learn the essentials. Wefll review variables, operators, and then finish up by learning about control structures to manage the flow of your data.
Python 3.1 String and Quotes
In this second part of a three-part series that introduces you to Python, you'll learn about the importance of strings, how they work, and why Python uses three different kinds of quote marks. It is excerpted from the book Beginning Python: Using Python 2.6 and Python 3.1,, written by James Payne,
Testing in Python using doctest
In this article by Greg Lee Turnquist, author of Python Testing Cookbook, we will cover: Coding a test harness for doctest Filtering out test noise Testing the edges Testing corner cases by iteration Getting nosy with doctest
Python: Using doctest for Documentation
Python provides the useful ability to embed comments inside functions that are accessible from a Python shell. These are known as docstrings. A docstring provides the ability to embed not only information, but also code samples that are runnable.In this article, we will explore different ways to use doctest to develop documentation. In this article by Greg Lee Turnquist, author of Python Testing Cookbook, we will cover: Documenting the basics Catching stack traces Running doctests from the command line Printing out all your documentation including a status report
Python from Scratch: Getting Started
In this first lesson, were going to choose a version, install Python, and then create the obligatory Hello world script. If youre already familiar with Python, feel free to skip ahead to a later lesson in the series.
[Detailed Guide] Programming and You!
This is an old guide I made about a year or so ago and today I have decided to clean it up a bit and make it better. This guide should go according to Python 2.6. I would update this guide but, I have not used Python since (Anyone wanting to alter this guide and make it compatible for 3.0 is welcome. Send me a PM with the changes and I will include credits).
Printing Text in Python
This is a simple tutorial going over the most basic way of printing text in Python. For this tutorial I am using Python 2.6.4. You can get Python here.
Learning python part 5 (modules)
Modules are a fantastic and easy tool to start using. They speed up the coding progress considerably if you're able to find the right modules. An example of this is a module i've been using alot recently, Pygame. What this module allows you to do is easy 2d game making. These modules are made to ease programming in python.
learning python part 4 (a look at functions)
Let's start of with a simple function What this does is it defines the function add(). "a" and "b" are parameters that are requested
learning python part 3 (lists, dictionaries and tuples)
In this tutorial i will try my best to go over lists, dictionaries and tuple. All of these are really powerful and shouldn't be looked over as they provide really useful tools that will speed up the coding process considerably. Let's get started then.
Developing a Basic IRC Bot with Python
Ok here is My Attempt at a Python IRC Bot Tutorial.
Learning Python part 1 (Getting started and first program)
part 1 Getting started and first program Installing python: To get started on using python you have to install an interpreter....
Python on Google App Engine: Creating blog engine. Part 2
In last part we configured very basic Flask application for Google App Engine. In this part we will add some models and forms to our application. Let's start with model Post which represents blog post. Create file blog/models.py:
Learning Pygame(simple 2d), part 3 Recognizing clicks
Now that you have a screen we need to do some work on the clicking a square and displaying the result. So far we have:
Printing Text in Python - Part 2
"This tutorial will build on what you learned in Printing Text in Python - Part 1. For this tutorial I am using Python 2.6.4. You can get Python here. For instructions on opening up the Python IDLE, please see Part 1 of this tutorial."