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1.1 First things first
1.2 Installing Python
1.3 Interactive Mode
1.4 Creating and Running Programs
1.5 Using Python from the command line
Hello, World
2.1 What you should know
2.2 Printing
2.3 Expressions
2.4 Talking to humans (and other intelligent beings)
2.5 Examples
2.6 Exercises
Who Goes There?
3.1 Input and Variables
3.2 Examples
3.3 Exercises
Count to 10
4.1 While loops
4.2 Examples
5.1 If statement
5.2 Examples
5.3 Exercises
6.1 What is debugging?
6.2 What should the program do?
6.3 What does the program do?
7.2 Variables in functions
7.3 Function walkthrough
7.4 Examples
7.5 Exercises
8.1 Variables with more than one value
8.2 More features of lists
8.3 Examples
8.4 Exercises
For Loops
Boolean Expressions
10.1 Examples
10.2 Exercises
12.1 Exercises
Revenge of the Strings
14.1 Examples
15.1 Exercises
Dealing with the imperfect (or how to handle errors)
16.1 Exercises
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Easy Tut

Easy Tut

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Published by: Mohamed Hazem on Jun 02, 2012
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