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So I started learning python and have no actual computer experience prior to this. I am just curious if there are any tips or sources I can go to for more info, Any and all info is appreciated, and when I mean any I mean any. It took me a couple hours to get python to work with pycharm. I am by all meanings of the word, a noob. Thanks
Apr 8 '20 #1
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For beginners of python learner,,,gi, etc are the best free tutorial sites. They describe everything in simple language with practical examples of it.

If you want to explore and learn coding skills in Python, then Udemy also provides you the best platform to learn the Python language.

You can also learn python more practically from youtube videos. There are many tutorials available for python learning.

From where you learn, you must understand and remember the basic theoretical topics of variables, objects, class, function, methods, loops, conditional statements, operators and expressions with the basic syntax of it.

Follow the best coding standards from the learning time is very beneficial for your future
Apr 17 '20 #2

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Python is a relatively easy language to learn but beginners may get stuck as they don't know from where to start. The best way to get started is to go through some tutorials that layout the different topics to be learned and then you can go watch tutorials on youtube.
Here are some free sources to get a basic intuition about python.
1)Python from scratch by greatlearning
2)Medium post (Hero to Zero)
Apr 22 '20 #3

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