Let Us Python (Second Edition)

Yashavant Kanetkar & Aditya Kanetkar

Language: English

Publisher: BPB Publications

Published: Feb 11, 2020


Learn Python Quickly, A Programmer-Friendly Guide DESCRIPTION Most Programmer’s learning Python are usually comfortable with some or the other programming language and are not interested in going through the typical learning curve of learning the first programming language. Instead, they are looking for something that can get them off the ground quickly. They are looking for similarities and differences in a feature that they have used in other language(s). This book should help them immediately. It guides you from the fundamentals of using module through the use of advanced object orientation. KEY FEATURES Strengthens the foundations, as detailed explanation of programming language concepts are given in simple manner. Lists down all the important points that you need to know related to various topics in an organized manner. Prepares you for coding related interview and theoretical questions. Provides In depth explanation of complex topics and Questions. Focuses on how to think logically to solve a problem. Follows a systematic approach that will help you to prepare for an interview in short duration of time. Exercises are exceptionally useful to complete the reader’s understanding of a topic. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN Data types, Control flow instructions, console & File Input/Output Strings, list & tuples, List comprehension Sets & Dictionaries, Functions & Lambdas Dictionary Comprehension Modules, classes and objects, Inheritance Operator overloading, Exception handling Iterators & Generators, Decorators, Command-line Parsing WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR Students, Programmers, researchers, and software developers who wish to learn the basics of Python programming language. Table of Contents 1. Introduction to Python 2. Python Basics 3. Strings 4. Decision Control Instruction 5. Repetition Control Instruction 6. Console Input/Output 7. Lists 8. Tuples 9. Sets 10. Dictionaries 11. Comprehensions 12. Functions 13. Recursion 14. Functional Programming 15. Modules and Packages 16. Namespaces 17. Classes and Objects 18. Intricacies of Classes and Objects 19. Containership and Inheritance 20. Iterators and Generators 21. Exception Handling 22. File Input/Output 23. Miscellany 24. Multi-threading 25. Synchronization