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Best platform to learn python??

11/4/2018 5:45:51 AM

Mr.Database ❣❣

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2. TutorialsPoint TutorialsPoint is another site like Code Academy that offers free tutorials with the option to test out code directly in a browser window. They offer one of the most comprehensive tutorials for novice coders that will take you through the basics and beginner stages of the language all the way to expert level tasks. You will learn how to set up a Python development environment, write basic syntax, work with variables, operators and loops, and much more. What makes TutorialsPoint’s guide so comprehensive is that it also covers advanced Python topics like database access, CGI, and game programming, the use of multithreading, XML processing, networking, GUI design, and more.

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According to me, try Udemy python course; very well explained, with a lot of assignments and examples, and more then that it is relatively cheaper then other platforms which gives certification for online courses. If money is not the issue then go for Udacity, they provide the best tutorials as compared to other tutorial sites……

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Top 2 FREE Websites to Learn Python : 1. Code Academy Code Academy is a free, online learning center for all things programming. They offer lessons in a variety of languages and topics, not just Python. What makes it special, is that you can write code directly in your browser and see the results pan out live. This is useful when you’re starting out because it eliminates the need to setup a development environment for practice exercises. This portal is best suited for beginner to intermediate coders. During your time working with Python through Code Academy, you’ll build your own tip calculator tool, and a board game based on Battleship. Python topics you will learn include common syntax, strings and console output, conditional and control flow, loops, functions, file input and output, lists and dictionaries, and much more.

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is there any free platform?