Python Programming – A Practical Approach
- Scholarship Details
About the course
Python is a general purpose, open-source, structured and high level programming language which is used for a wide range of tasks. It was conceived in the late 1980s and derived its name from Monty Python. However, the implementation began in December 1989 by Guido van Rossum at CWI in the Netherlands as an heir of Programming language known as ABC which had the ability to handle exceptions and interface with the Amoeba operating system.
It was developed in early 1990s by Guido Van Rossum. Since then, it has gained steady following and interest has highly increased in the recent times.
This language is used by numerous programmers and developers for multiple things which include testing of Intel microchips, creating video games with the help of a library known as PyGame and powering Instagram.
Python is an interpreted language having a design philosophy emphasized on code readability. In other words, it uses whitespaces indentation instead of curly braces or keywords for delimiting the code blocks. It also uses the syntaxes which enables the developers to cover the express the concept by writing codes which are short and requires few lines as compared to the codes written in Java or C++. Python is also considered as a scripting language such as Perl and Ruby, and mostly used for developing dynamic web content and web applications.
- The Programming Cycle for Python
- Interacting with Python Programs
- Elements of Python
- Type Conversion
- Assignment Statement
- Arithmetic Operators
- Operator Precedence
- Boolean Expressions
- Conditionals (Continued)
- Expression Evaluation
- Float Representation
- Loops (Continued)
- For Loop
- Nested Loops
- Break and Continue
- Parts of a Function
- Execution of a Function
- Keyword and Default Arguments
- Scope Rules
- Indexing and Slicing of Strings
- More Slicing
- Unpacking Sequences
- Mutable Sequences
- List Comprehension
- Higher Order Functions
- Sieve of Eratosthenes
- File IO
- Importing Modules
- Abstract Data Types
- Special Methods
- Class Example
- Inheritance and OOP
- Simple Search
- Estimating Search Time
- Binary Search
- Estimating Binary Search Time
- Recursive Fibonacci
- Tower Of Hanoi
- Selection Sort
- Merge Sort
- Higher Order Sort
- Final Lecture/Concluding Remarks
Pre-requisites for Python Programming : A Practical Approach
- You should have a Basic working knowledge of computer operations.
- You should have a 32-bit system where you can install the runtime environment or IDE.
- You should have basic logic building skills, problem solving skills.
- You should also have knowledge of fundamentals of mathematics which includes prime number, factorial etc.
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Registration is required for course enrollment and scholarship request.
You will get an activation link in the mail. Click on it and follow the instructions to complete your registration.
Login with your username and password. You will be redirected to your dashboard.
You can browse available courses from Home Page or by clicking Courses link on menu bar. Navigating to a course will give you two options: 1.Direct Enrollment 2. Scholarship Enrollment
Logged in user can fill their details in the 'Scholarship Application' available in each course.
We will mail you further details after processing your application based on your academic and professional record.
After processing your scholarship request, we will send you the necessary details.
You can directly enroll for the course by clicking on ‘Direct Enrollment’, if you do not require scholarship.
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The Programming Cycle for Python
Interacting with Python Programs
Elements of Python
Break and Continue
Parts of A Function
Execution of A Function
Keyword and Default Arguments
Indexing and Slicing of Strings
Higher Order Functions
Sieve of Eratosthenes