This course provides an introduction to programming and the Python language. Students are introduced to core programming concepts like data structures, conditionals, loops, variables, and functions. This course includes an overview of the various tools available for writing and running Python, and gets students coding quickly. It also provides hands-on coding exercises using commonly used data structures, writing custom functions, and reading and writing to files. This course may be more robust than some other introductory python courses, as it delves deeper into certain essential programming topics.
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Great quality course. The assignments are challenging, so make sure you've have some exposure to the basics of Python before attempting this course.
Well conducted course for a beginner in programming. Appreciate the content and Hands on exercises. It has definitely helped come to grips with a growing programming language.
Sometimes, it is difficult for a total beginner to perform the given assignments, as the instruction and sources provided way too little.
It's been a pretty good and thorough class to review various topics in Python. And the assignments are pretty interesting and debuging friendly.
关于 Introduction to Programming with Python and Java 专项课程
This Specialization starts out by teaching basic concepts in Python and ramps up to more complex subjects such as object-oriented programming and data structures in Java. By the time learners complete this series of four courses, they will be able to write fully-functional programs in both Python and Java, two of the most well-known and frequently used programming languages in the world today.
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