Please can anyone suggest resource to practice python at elementary level or beginner level
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Python is a general purpose programming language that is dynamically typed, interpreted, and is known for its easy readability with great design principles. It was created by Guido van Rossum and released in 1991. Since then, the language has exploded in popularity.
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Hello! I am trying to learn Python and I am almost done with “Python for Absolute Beginners” course (from Microsoft in edx) and saw a video tutorial from FFC.
Microsoft has more courses about Python but I am not sure if I should continue with them or if there is something better out there.
Just a quick note on this interesting project based site, Hyperskill! FCC (I believe) will have python challenges in 7.0 this year, but I came across Hyperskill from JetBrains and it is a good resource where you build projects as well. Just an FYI for anyone interested. I just came across this, but it looks very good.
For practicing - Codewars and Hackerrank.
I find that this website is ok:
but you are better off just getting a coding book. The best solution is just to experiment.
i have small doubt, how to work with numerical and text data in python frameworks?
python training and i got to complete this assignment and submit.