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Python by Example

Python by Example
Learning to Program in 150 Challenges

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  • Publication planned for: July 2019
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108716833

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  • Python is today's fastest growing programming language. This engaging and refreshingly different guide breaks down the skills into clear step-by-step chunks and explains the theory using brief easy-to-understand language. Rather than bamboozling readers with pages of mind-numbing technical jargon, this book includes 150 practical challenges, putting the power in the reader's hands. Through creating programs to solve these challenges the reader will quickly progress from mastering the basics to confidently using subroutines, a graphical user interface, and linking to external text, csv and SQL files. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to program with Python. In particular, students starting out in computer science and teachers who want to improve their confidence in Python will find here a set of ready-made challenges for classroom use.

    • Includes example code to help readers create their own programs
    • Concise explanations provide readers with the information they need while avoiding tedious detail
    • Possible answers at the end of each set of challenges provide immediate help where needed and suggest ways in which the problems may be solved
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    • Publication planned for: July 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108716833
    • dimensions: 276 x 219 x 9 mm
    • weight: 0.56kg
    • contains: 140 b/w illus. 10 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Downloading Python
    Some tips
    Part I. Learning Python: Challenges 1–11. The basics
    Challenges 12–19. If statements
    Challenges 20–26. Strings
    Challenges 27–34. Maths
    Challenges 35–44. For loop
    Challenges 45–51. While loop
    Challenges 52–59. Random
    Challenges 60–68. Turtle graphics
    Challenges 69–79. Tuples, lists and dictionaries
    Challenges 80–87. More string manipulation
    Challenges 88–95. Numeric arrays
    Challenges 96–103. 2D lists and dictionaries
    Challenges 105–110. Reading and writing to a text file
    Challenges 111–117. Reading and writing to a .csv File
    Challenges 118–123. Subprograms
    Challenges 124–132. Tkinter GUI
    Challenges 133–138. More Tkinter
    Challenges 139–145. SQLite
    Part II. Chunky Challenges:
    146 – Shift code
    147 – Mastermind
    148 – Passwords
    149 – Times tables (GUI)
    150 – Art gallery
    What next?
    Glossary
    Index.

  • Author

    Nichola Lacey, Nichola Wilkin Ltd, Cambridge
    Nichola Lacey is Director of Nichola Wilkin Ltd. She is a trusted source for teaching resources, having sold thousands of resources to schools around the world. As one of the most popular authors on TES, Nichola enjoys an extremely high review rating with hundreds of thousands of downloads. She was a programmer before moving into corporate training and then retraining as a teacher, and she gained a unique skill set of programming and practical classroom experience after being promoted to head of computer science in a private boys' school.

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