BDM's iTech Series - N41 - 2020

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Python Power
Whether you’re a complete beginner, or have already experienced coding on some level, Coding for Python will help you get to grips with the world’s most popular programming language. Within these pages are the essential foundations necessary for creating great Python code. Build on these foundations, and you’ll soon be coding your own content for fun, for friends, for work, or even for the entire Python community.

Step-by-step Tutorials
The tutorials in this book have been written to help build your confidence in using Python. Beginning with simple code, you will soon be able to create a Python program that can ask the user’s name, store information in a database-like setting, manipulate lists of data and even write to files in your system.

Python Code Repository
Once you’ve mastered the finer points of Python programming, to help you in your quest for creating amazing code we’ve included a huge Python code repository. Here you can snip sections out, or even use the entire code in your own programs. It’s a valuable tool that will help you get the best from Python and your code, and it’s available for you to download for free.

Using Linux
If you’re using the Raspberry Pi to develop your Python code, in order to get the most from your code and any future projects you have in mind, it’s essential to learn how the Pi’s operating system functions. The Raspberry Pi uses Raspbian, which is a Linux-based operating system. Linux operates differently to that of Windows and macOS, but it is a solid and powerful base on which to learn how to code with Python. We’ve got an in-depth section within these pages that will help you explore Linux.

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