How To Code in Python 3 (Lisa Tagliaferri)

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How To Code in Python 3 (Lisa Tagliaferri)

Python 3 tutorial for beginners to programming. imparts essential logic that readers may use in different areas of study while also assisting readers in learning the fundamentals of Python and how programs operate.

You can gain underlying logic that will aid you in various areas of your life by learning the fundamentals of Python. This will also help you comprehend how programs operate. As technology becomes more pervasive in daily life, it is crucial to understand what Python and computer programming can do for you as a user and as a developer.

This book is intended to quickly get developers and others interested in learning Python up to speed. It not only summarizes years of expertise but also teaches the fundamentals of syntax. In a few days, you will learn warts, gotchas, best practices, and hints that have been gathered over the years. You'll get started straight away and keep going in the right direction.

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About the Authors
At DigitalOcean, Lisa Tagliaferri serves as Senior Manager of Developer Education. At Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, she conducts research in the field of digital humanities.
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