Python is a programming language that you can learn how to master.
What you’ll learn
Python for Pros
- Learn how to use Python in the real world.
- Learn how to write programs that use objects.
- The best way to do Data Science or Machine Learning is with Python, which you can learn.
- Have a good idea of how the Python programming language works.
- A computer that has an internet connection
Python is a high-level, general-purpose programming language that can be read by computers.
Its design philosophy is to make the code easier to read by using a lot of indentation. If you’re a programmer, you can use its language constructs to write clear, logical code for both small and big projects.
Python is a programming language that can be used in many different ways at the same time. There is full support for object-oriented programming and structured programming, and many of its features also support functional programming and aspect-oriented programming (like meta-programming and magic methods). Extensions can be used to support many other paradigms, such as design by contract and logic programming.
Python has a lot of tools that can be used for a lot of different things because it has a lot of standard library tools. Web-facing applications can work with a lot of standard formats and protocols like MIME and HTTP. Modules for making graphical interfaces, connecting to databases, making pseudo-random numbers, arithmetic with arbitrary-precision decimals, manipulating regular expressions, and unit testing are all included in this toolkit.
An actual study found that scripting languages, like Python, are more productive than traditional languages like C and Java when it comes to string manipulation and searching a dictionary. It also found that memory consumption was often “better than Java and not much worse than C or C++.”
Smaller groups like ILM and ITA are also using Python. These groups aren’t as big as the big groups, but they’re still using the programming language. Most of Reddit’s code was written in Python.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners who have never written code before.
- Programmers are moving to Python.
- A group of intermediate Python programmers who want to learn more about it!