The ability to solve problems with Python
An understanding of variables, decisions, and loops
The ability to create flowcharts and execution sheets
Familiarity with strings, lists, and their slicing operations
Hands-on experience with practice problems through editable and executable solutions
The tools that help create a document, a movie, or a game are all programs. This course uses Python as its programming language. Python programmers are in high demand. The programs you’ll learn in this course are specially designed for learners with no programming b...
About the Course
Problem Solving with Simple Programs
Decisions and Branching
Repetition with Loops
Strings and Lists
Appendix - Complex Programs
How You'll Learn
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