Started learning Python...
Is there something I should keep in mind while learning it? You have any tips or somethin?
The pi nation is proud to welcome it's newest member : welcome man! Grab yourself a pie! Here, everyone is cool and easy to understand, except for those regular expressions : don't let the name fool you: there's nothing regular about them, other than the fact that, you'll have to use them quite regularly, for them to actually stick, and be regular to you! Have fun while you practise and learn : python is fun!
Remember that it has got bright future !!!
Pay attention to indentation:)
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@<^> washika D <^> Thanks man, I'm glad I'm welcome :D I'll code from Python and be an expert one day :D
Just dont confuse it with ruby...
@yunys magdy Thats what I thought 😀 With a big community of Python developers I can get help easily😁 Thanks :D
@neigen hack Thanks :D
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@Supersebi3 I always do, too bad😂
Just keep practicing so you never forget anything you learn. You can also discuss any codes you learn with the other developers this will give more help understand it.
Is VERY IMPORTANT practice,sometimes thats all that matters.
We are really glad you joined the πthon squad!! Practice and have fun learning! :D
Remember that excellency of this snake is in 2 things: 1)Codes are as simple as they should be (there is no way, I can think of, how to make them even simpler) 2)It has so many libraries and includable modules for multiple practical applications
@Dinmukhamed Mailibay @Sak Thanks guys :D
When you stop learning, you forget lots of stuff..
from math import pi print(pi + "thon")
Python is really a cool language. It has so many applications. Currently I am working on image processing using opencv in Python. I have found it better over C++, although not much experience in it. 😌 Last but not the least, practise does not make you perfect, but makes you better than yesterday. Happy learning and welcome to Python. 😃
I stopped learning for 10 days and forgot 50% of the stuff i learned. Never stop learning, at least something every day.