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Thursday, November 29, 2018

Python Essentials - By "Steven F.Lott"

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Description
Python Essentials provides a vital tour of the most critical features of Python. Starting with setup and installation, you will soon dive into exploring built-in-library types, Python's rich collection of operators and built-in functions, variables, assignment and scoping rules.
From this foundation, you will explore functions, a crucial aspect of any programming language, including considerable sophistication in defining parameters to a function and providing argument values. Explore advanced functional programming using generator expressions, comprehensions, and generator functions. Handle file input and output using web services and context managers, exception handling and explore wider, popular frameworks.
Through this concise and practical guide, you will explore all you need to know to leverage this powerful, and industry-standard, programming language.

 Features:-
  • Learn the essentials of Python programming to get you up and coding effectively
  • Get up-to-speed with the most important built-in data structures in Python, using sequences, sets, and mappings
  • Explore typical use cases for various features in Python through this compact guide
Content:-
 Preface ix
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Simple Data Types
Chapter 3: Expressions and Output
Chapter 4: Variables, Assignment and Scoping Rules
Chapter 5: Logic, Comparisons, and Conditions
Chapter 6: More Complex Data Types
Chapter 7: Basic Function Definitions
Chapter 8: More Advanced Functions
Chapter 9: Exceptions
Chapter 10: Files, Databases, Networks, and Contexts
Chapter 11: Class Definitions
Chapter 12: Scripts, Modules, Packages, Libraries, and Applications
Chapter 13: Metaprogramming and Decorators
Chapter 14: Fit and Finish – Unit Testing, Packaging, and Documentation
Chapter 15: Next Steps
Index

Author Details
"Steven F. Lott" has been programming since the 70s, when computers were large, expensive, and rare. As a contract software developer and architect, he has worked on hundreds of projects, from very small to very large. He's been using Python to solve business problems for over 10 years.


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