4.45 (92 reviews)
☑ Practical Examples With Python Programming Language
Everyone learn programming thinks that learning the basics does not give him enough skills to do what he wants with programming, or the ability to solve any problem.
I made this course for giving the ability to practice you knowledge in programming with many examples have been written for that.
I took the exercises from different references; books, forums, web pages, and even college exams. I tried to make the explanation easy to understand and I focused on solving the problems with different available methods.
You just need English language and the very basics of programming to start learning how to solve problems using your knowledge and with multiple methods if possible.
Of course you can solve these problems with any other language, but for me I think that the ability to solve problems is more important than using this or that programming language, and the second reason is that the Python code is easy to read and more understandable (in my point of view) than any other language.
After all, I supposed you have already installed the requirements for programming in Python on your operation system either you are using Windows or Linux or Mac. For me, I'm using Linux OS with Pycharm IDE.
Exercise 1 - Production or Summation
Exercise 2 - First And Last Elements in a List
Exercise 3 - Divisible of Five or Not
Exercise 4 - The Count of Sub-string in a String
Exercise 5 - Reversing a List
Exercise 6 - Divisible of And Not Multiple of
Exercise 7 - Calculating The Factorial
Exercise 8 - Star Pattern - Right Triangle
Exercise 9 - Star Pattern - Mirrored Right Triangle
Exercise 10 - Half Pyramid of Numbers
Exercise 11 - Display All Prime Numbers Within a Range
Exercise 12 - Triangular Number Sequence
Exercise 13 - Reversing an Integer Number
Exercise 14 - The Largest Item in The List
Exercise 15 - The Area of The Triangle
Exercise 16 - Swap Two Variables
Exercise 17 - Swap Two Variables (Without Using a Temp Variable)
Exercise 18 - The Average of Integers in a List
Exercise 19 - The Multiplication Table
Exercise 20 - Odd or Even
Exercise 21 - The Largest Among Three Numbers
Exercise 22 - Converting Decimal Into Other Number Systems
Exercise 23 - Converting From ASCII to Character And Vice Versa
Exercise 24 - Finding The Factors of a Number
Exercise 25 - Palindrome or Not
Exercise 26 - Celsius To Fahrenheit
Exercise 27 - Positive or Negative or Zero
I think this kind of live coding is very suitable for teaching basic Python concepts to beginners. The selection of the exercises was good, the chosen solutions were practical and easily inspired refinements that send the student off to digging a bit deeper into the task at hand. In order to improve the course further, I would suggest to properly document the code examples using comments, and to brush the English.