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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python 3 conditional statements

Decision making with conditionals

After this vast amount of introductory articles with the basic types of variables in Python 3, it is time to go on and introduce conditional operators which help us create an application flow based on different conditions at runtime.

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python dictionary

In the Previous article, we talked about Python List. Here I will tell you more about the Python dictionary.

Dictionaries are the key-value stores in Python. They enable a fast access to elements because of the hash-table like implementation and that the keys have to be unique. Keys and values are separated by a colon (:) and the whole dictionary is defined between curly braces ({}).

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python 3 set

In Previous article we talked about Python List. But what is Python 3 Set? A set is an unordered collection of unique items.

Unordered means that this type of collection does not allow indexing and you cannot access their elements through an index like in the case of a list or a tuple.

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python list

We already know that a python list can be written as comma-separated values between square brackets and the elements don't have to be from the same type. Naturally this latter can cause some confusion and errors if you tend to forget about this feature.

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python 3 Numbers and strings

In this article we will have a look at Python 3 numbers and strings because they are the base of development with Python.

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

How to install python in windows

If you are using Windows you have to do some more configuration than using a Unix-like system (Linux, Mac).

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Python basics -- a.k.a. "Hello World!" and how to achieve it

After the introduction and installing Python let's jump right ahead and write the first lines of code with Python 3.

The first step is to fire up the interactive interpreter with the python3 command. The three arrow-heads (or greater signs) indicate the prompt where we can type in our commands for the interpreter. We will type in the following text: "print('We want a shrubbery!')" and hit return.

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Posted by JBT
November 14, 2015

Introduction to Python 3

In this article I will give you an introduction to Python 3. This will be the first article of a series about Python with the intention to give you a tutorial where you can start learning Python and have hands-on examples to ease your learning efforts.

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