Thursday, June 7, 2018

Introduction To Python






What is Python?


Python is a general Purpose high level programming language. it’s created by Guido Van Rossum at Centrum Wiskunde & infromatica (CWI) in the Netherlands on December 1989. 





It can be used for 


-- Console app 


-- Desktop application

-- Web application

-- Mobile application

-- Machine learning

-- IOT applications

-- Data Analysis

-- Artificial Intelligence
 







Popular Apps in Python


YouTube

Mozilla

Google

Dropbox

Quora

Instagram


About Python


Very simple and straight forward syntax. It can be your first programming language too.

Python is case sensitive.

It is an Object Oriented language.

Dynamically Typed (not deceleration of variable data type ).

Python come with version like 2.X and 3.X.

3.X version is latest and its Syntax is differ form 2.X.

Indentation is used in place of curly braces.

Use variable without declaration.

Interperated language. 


Features


Emphasis on Code readability.

Automatic memory Management

Dynamically typed.

Large Library.

Multi-paradigm programming language ( Object Oriented, Procedural, etc).

With the Python Interpreter it is easy to check Python Commands

Platform Independent 







Libraries for


Graphical User interfaces

web Frameworks

Multimedia


Databases

Networking

Test frameworks

Automation

Web Scraping (like Crawler)

Documentation

System administration.

Scientific Computing

Text processing

Image Processing

IOT


Learning Path


First we learn Python Basics then

GUI app with Python

Web Application with Python

Python for Data Science

Python for Scikit-learn and Machine Learning

Big-data Analytics with Python

Python for IOT

Python for Artificial intelligence

Regular Expressions in Python

Data visualisation in Python

Deep learning 




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References:

Python.Org

Wikipedia

Beginning Python | Second Edition | Magnus Lie Hetland




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