Codecademy – Python: Tutorial #5

///Codecademy – Python: Tutorial #5

Codecademy – Python: Tutorial #5

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This is part 5 of the Codecademy Python Walkthrough Tutorial. It covers topics like why are functions important, higher-order functions, importing modules, universal imports, built-in functions, and much more!

======================= ABOUT PYTHON CODECADEMY SERIES =================
This is meant to guide you through the codecademy python part and it also to help you get a much better understanding of the code that you to write according to the instructions on CodeCademy.com. This will help you understand many programming concepts and the concepts that are tricky, I open up an interactive prompt and I will also ask you questions along the way to keep it more interactive for you. I believe teaching only works when you actively engage.

The target audience are beginners or developers looking to pick up Python. I also emphasize the importance of writing good code and I go through the first part really fast.

I will literally be going through every single thing and breaking it down for you so there is nothing for you that would be scary. You can watch me do it and you can simply follow along you will learn ALL the basics. I swear I wish something like this was out there when I started learning because everyone else explains things in such a complicated way and makes it so boring! I honestly think programming is based upon exploration and creativity rather than some mathematical/logical genius frame of mind! I spent a lot of hard work in making this so I hope you guys enjoy and learn something out of it while having fun! This is targeted towards beginners, for developers looking to learn python, or for individuals looking for a refresher on basics in computer programming!!

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By |2017-05-01T12:21:06+00:00April 26th, 2017|Programming Video Tutorials, Python Video Tutorials|14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. jczapa7 April 26, 2017 at 9:32 pm - Reply

    best tutorial for Python I’ve found!

  2. Sam Tieman April 26, 2017 at 9:35 pm - Reply

    What is the difference between putting eggs in : "print("Eggs!")" cause what I did is without the "( )". And it still works without them.

  3. rory proctor April 26, 2017 at 9:35 pm - Reply

    this helped me so much i cant thank u enough quasi

  4. Waley Eldeen Ahmed April 26, 2017 at 9:36 pm - Reply

    what is the difference between the terminal and the idle

  5. HANNY -Z April 26, 2017 at 9:44 pm - Reply

    hey qazi i am using codecademy and i am 100% sure that my code is correct i even made sure of from this video but an error keeps showing when i press save and submit help plz

  6. abc 123 April 26, 2017 at 9:52 pm - Reply

    i dont understand, doesnt divisible mean number / 3 instead of number % 3 because that is modulo
    14:55

  7. Vikram Mojawat April 26, 2017 at 9:53 pm - Reply

    why is this "Oops, try again. Your function seems to fail on input True when it returned ‘1’ instead of ‘Nope’ " ?
    my code
    def distance_from_zero(n):
    if type(n) == int or float:
    return abs(n)
    else:
    return "Nope"

  8. AlexManYo1 April 26, 2017 at 9:56 pm - Reply

    Hey Quasi,

    Can you please look at my code:

    def shut_down(s):
    return s

    if s == "yes":
    print "Shutdown"

    elif s == "no":
    print "Shutdown aborted"

    else:
    print "Sorry"

    it says that the name ‘s’ is not defined, but I don’t exactly understand why, so can you please explain why it says that?
    And one more question: what is the difference between the ” and the "" signs?

    I would highly appreciate it if you can answer these questions for me.

  9. Steven Bruffaerts April 26, 2017 at 9:57 pm - Reply

    At about 3:45 you say that code will output the same but it doesn’t.
    It will add None to the output because you used print in front of v()
    Only v(), without print in front of it, will print what you intended to do.

  10. Troyce Quimpo April 26, 2017 at 10:01 pm - Reply

    YOU’RE VIDS ARE SOOOOOOOO HEEELPFULLLLLL!!!!!!!!! thx

  11. Mathew Root April 26, 2017 at 10:09 pm - Reply

    i will say man this helps a lot when i get stuck huge thanks hell they should recommend watching your episodes when getting stuck as it a lot of times helps save some time for the help desk at codeacademy i am sure

  12. Raihan Islam April 26, 2017 at 10:12 pm - Reply

    Thanks helped on last one again XD I accidently put a ‘a’ in my bracket instead of ‘x’

  13. abhinav deotale April 26, 2017 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    hey,are these tutorials only for unix or for windows too(i don’t realy understand)

  14. anglekan April 26, 2017 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    I have found my self thinking in code a bit. Like if you walk down the stairs I guess that would be each step being a value stored in the string. We concatenation the string and provide bools for every step and movement of the foot. We can also use the pig Latin to separate the concatenation.

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