Welcome to the journey of Software Engineer!
I started learning Python from the NCERT Computer Science, the Class 11th book. The class 11th book had introduction lessons for computer science to beginners like - Introduction to Computer Science, History of Computer Science, Problem Solving, etc. I skipped these basic chapters and jump to the 5th Chapter i.e., Getting Started with Python. You can also download these books from the NCERT official website for free.
I learned the following topics:
- Introduction to Python
- Python Keywords
- Data Types
- Input and Output
- Type Conversion
- Mutable and Immutable
- Precedence of Operators
I write almost 40 programs on this single chapter:
- Print "Hello, World!"
- Programs on String
- Program on List
- Program on Tuple
- Program on Set
- Use of None
- Program on Dictionary
- Arithmetic Operations
- Relational Operations
- Assignment Operations
- Logical Operations
- Identity Operations
- Membership Operations
- Taking Input from User
- Type Casting
- Type Conversion - Implicit and Explicit
- Temperature Conversion Program
- Calculating Average
- Calculate Simple Interest
- Calculate three-person will complete work together in how many days.
- Swapping numbers using third variable
- Swapping numbers without using third variable
- Printing Good Morning Multiple times
- Calculate the volume of Sphere
- Print when the user will get 100 years old
- Calculate the energy of the object
- Calculate the area of a rectangle
- Print Variables
- Adding two integer numbers
- Getting the memory address of the object
- Getting the type of object
- 2 Bonus Programs - Take it as Task Case Study
Check out these programs on my GitHub: Getting Started with Python 40 Programs
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“Computer programming is an art, because it applies accumulated knowledge to the world, because it requires skill and ingenuity, and especially because it produces objects of beauty. A programmer who subconsciously views himself as an artist will enjoy what he does and will do it better." – Donald Knuth