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How to learn python

12th Mar 2020, 1:16 PM
20060831 - avatar
25 Answers
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There are many ways like Sololearn. Youtube. Online courses on coursera or udemy . After learning, you can practice your coding skills on platform like HackerRank and many more..
14th Mar 2020, 8:32 AM
Sakshi Sapkale
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Start with Sololearn And polish it up with "Complete python course with Mosh Hamedani"
12th Mar 2020, 2:10 PM
curmens - avatar
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There's also great free instructional resources on EdX to combine with using SoloLearn. Then you can reference both on a resume, and the EdX courses are generally from private or Ivy League universities from all around the world.
13th Mar 2020, 7:04 PM
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Sololearn W3 And launch everytime the challenges in sololearn it s good for learn more topic regarding all the possibilities with python
14th Mar 2020, 1:04 AM
HADÈS - avatar
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Telusuko YouTube channel is best for learning python in a easy way Sololearn is also so easy to learn any course
14th Mar 2020, 5:28 AM
Thota Ganesh
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Grab some e-book,take some youtube tutorials,use google,take a course in sololearn or any other app. The hole Internet can help you a lot. Don't be frustrated and depressed just don't lose hope. It will all fine in the end 0_0
12th Mar 2020, 1:40 PM
0_O-[Mägár_Sám_Äkà_Nüllpøïntêr_Èxëcéptïön]~~ - avatar
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==Am using this strategy== 1] Sololearn: so simple to learn the basics. 2] hacker rank exercises: to practice more. 3] python tutor website: it Visualizes the code execution process. Then I'll go further by enrolling in "Introduction to programming using python" on edx or "python programming specialization" on coursera.
14th Mar 2020, 8:20 AM
Hameed Khamis
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Give 30 minutes at least a day to learn Python and 30 minutes to play with the code. Convert your already written codes in other language(s) to Python Slow and steady wins the race.
14th Mar 2020, 9:46 AM
Ali Shahid
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Why dont you start by taking the sololearn course?
12th Mar 2020, 1:27 PM
Ruben Eekhof
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12th Mar 2020, 1:39 PM
20060831 - avatar
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1. Start with Sololearn 2. Engage yourself in challenges to Widen up your knowledge 3. Download other pdf and applications on python 4. Have enough practice with python playground for perfections
14th Mar 2020, 7:13 AM
//Fpharbhulourz/>😋😈🤓🇳🇬 - avatar
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Ask yourself
14th Mar 2020, 10:01 AM
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Программировать и ещё раз программировать
13th Mar 2020, 6:55 PM
Вячеслав Иванов
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Begin with sololearn and then a lot of practice.
13th Mar 2020, 10:28 PM
Enrique - avatar
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Sololearn and the python book from the ineasysteps as that goes over a lot of good stuff. It's how I started programming.
13th Mar 2020, 10:41 PM
Dan Donn
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by studying it
14th Mar 2020, 4:12 AM
Apoorav Rao
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14th Mar 2020, 7:16 AM
Saud Khanna
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You could start with SoloLearn which is one of the best ways to learn the basics. Then move on to learning other things like gui, server-side, 2d and 3d, and ML (if you're interested) from multiple online sources. I recommend that you learn from more than one website and course so that you could develop good programmer's logic and good habits. Don't forget that programming is supposed to be fun so don't force yourself to learn something you don't enjoy because you won't find yourself creative or productive at all.
14th Mar 2020, 10:22 AM
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By some you tube lacture videos and sololearn
14th Mar 2020, 5:14 AM
Waji~ - avatar