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Python - Tutorial

Python is a widely used high level, interpreted and interactive programming language. It was first developed in 1991 by Guido Van Rossum and designed with the philosophy of code readability which enables programmers to express ideas and logic in fewer lines of code. It is used for web development (server-side), system scripting, software development, data handling and performing complex mathematical operations.

About Tutorial

This tutorial is intended for software programmers interested in studying basic and advanced concepts of Python. This tutorial covers all topics of Python which includes data types, operators, strings, control statements, lists, tuples, sets, dictionary, lambda, functions, classes, object-oriented programming, constructor, destructor, inheritance, exception handling & File IO. Few common Python Libraries (NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, SciPy, and Seaborn) are also discussed. We believe in learning by examples, therefore, each topic is explained with lots of examples that makes you learn Python in a very easy way. Along with this, almost all examples can be executed online which provides better understanding of the language and helps you to learn the language faster. The classical "Hello World" example is mentioned below for the illustration purpose:

# Hello World Example
print('Hello World!')

The output of the above code will be:

Hello World!


A prior exposure of any programming language would be an added advantage while following this tutorial but it is designed in such a way that anyone can start from scratch.

Why Learn Python

Python is one of the most liked programming languages by data scientists, software engineers, and developers because of its versatility, flexibility, and object-oriented features. Many of the web and mobile applications are because of Python’s libraries, various frameworks, and huge collections of modules. After learning Python, one can pursue Python developer jobs, which is one of the highest paying job in 2021.