Beginning Programming with Python for Dummies 2nd Edition Pdf written by John Paul Mueller.Beginning Programming with Python For Dummies, 2nd Edition is all about getting up and Working with Python quickly. You want to learn the language fast so you are able to become effective in using it to perform your real job, which may be anything. Unlike many books on the topic, this one starts you right at the start by showing you exactly what makes Python different from other languages and how it makes it possible for you to perform useful work in a project aside from programming.
Python is a good example of a language that does all right within the domain of items which it is designed to do. This is not just me saying it, either: Programmers have voted by using Python enough that it’s currently the fifth-ranked language in the world. The most wonderful thing about Python is that you really can write an application on one platform and use it on each other platform that you will need to support. Compared to other programming languages which promised to give platform independence, Python does make that liberty possible. In this case, the promise is as good as the outcome you get. Python highlights code readability and a concise syntax that lets you write applications using fewer lines of code compared to other programming languages need. You can even utilize a programming style that meets your needs, given that Python supports both the functional, critical, object-oriented, and procedural programming fashions (see Chapter 3 for details). Additionally, because of the way Python works, you find it used in all sorts of fields which are full of nonprogrammers. Beginning Programming with Python for Dummies, 2nd Edition is designed to help everyone, including nonprogrammers, get up and running with Python quickly. Many people see Python as a language that is scripted, but it really is so much more. (Chapter 18 gives you just an inkling of the jobs which rely on Python to make things work.) However, Python it does lend itself to educational and other applications for that other programming languages can fall short. In fact, this book uses Jupypter Notebook for cases, which is based on the exceptionally readable literate programming paradigm complex by Stanford computer scientist Donald Knuth (see Chapter 4 for information ). Your examples wind up looking like exceptionally readable reports that almost anyone can understand with ease.
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