Python Basics

We will explore the fundamental concepts of Python programming. We’ll walk through the basics, from understanding Python’s syntax to working with variables, data types, and control structures.

Python Basics
Python Basics: Setting up the environment
Before going anywhere further, we definitely have to prepare our environment. We need to install Python and a code editor called IDE (Integrated Development Environment). I set up my environment on macOS, therefore I use Homebrew package manager to automate some steps. To install Homebrew, please…
Python Basics: Basic syntax
In the previous post, we installed Python and configured IDE. You can read about it in the following post. Python Basics: Setting up the environmentBefore going anywhere further, we definitely have to prepare our environment. We need to install Python and a code editor called IDE (Integrated Develo…
Python Basics: Variables and references
Variables are fundamental containers used to store and manage data. Rather than directly storing data within variables, Python employs references to connect variables to data objects in memory. Understanding how variables and references work is essential for effective data manipulation.
Python Basics: More on types
Types represent the classification of data and determine how values can be stored, manipulated, and interacted with. Understanding types is essential for effective data handling, proper function usage, and ensuring accurate program behavior.
Python Basics: Operators
Operators are symbols or keywords that perform various operations on one or more values. They are fundamental building blocks for manipulating data, performing calculations, and making comparisons in programs.
Python Basics: Loops and conditional statements
Loops and conditional statements are fundamental constructs that empower programmers to create dynamic and responsive programs. These tools enable the execution of specific code blocks based on certain conditions, as well as the repetitive execution of code to process data efficiently.
Python Basics: Functions
Functions are modular blocks of code designed to perform specific tasks. They encapsulate a set of instructions under a meaningful name, making the code more readable, reusable, and manageable.
Python Basics: Tuples, Lists, Sets and Dictionaries
Tuples, lists, sets, and dictionaries are fundamental data structures that power our code. Let’s explore the unique traits of each: from immutability to dynamic resizing, from uniqueness enforcement to lightning-fast data retrieval.
Python Basics: Exceptions
Exceptions in Python act as safety nets for our code. They help us handle errors gracefully, making our programs more reliable, from SyntaxError to ZeroDivisionError and beyond.

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Python Basics: Brain teasers
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