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Python is a dynamic, interpreted (bytecode-compiled) language. There are no type declarations of variables, parameters, functions, or methods in source code. This makes the code short and flexible, and you lose the compile-time type checking of the source code.

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    Python is a high-level, interpreted, interactive and object-oriented scripting language. Python is designed to be highly readable.

    Content Overview

    • Introduction to Python.
    • Variables, Keywords, Data types and Identifiers.
    • String, List, Set, Tuple and Dictionary and Slicing
    • Operators
    • Control Statements
    • Input and Print Statements
    • Functions or Methods
    • Oops
    • File Handling and Json
    • Exception Handling
    • Comprehension
    • Decorators
    • Map, Filter and Lambda Expressions
    • Iterators and Generators

    Detailed Content

    Introduction to Python.
    a).Installation & Environment settings.
    b). Introduction to Shell.

    Variables, Keywords, Data types and Identifiers.
    a). Variables
    b).Keywords
    c).Data types
    d).Identifiers

    String, List, Set, Tuple and Dictionary and Slicing
    a).String Data types
    b).List Data types
    c).Set Data types
    d).Tuple Data types
    e).Dictionary Data types
    f).Slicing

    Operators
    a).Arithmetic Operators
    b).Logical Operators
    c).Relational Operators
    d).Bitwise operators
    e).Assignment Operators
    f)Membership Operators
    g).Identity Operators

    Control Statements
    a).Decisional Statements
    b).Looping Statements
    c).Break, Continue and Pass

    Input and Print Statements
    a).Input statements
    b).Print statements

    Functions or Methods
    a).Types of Functions
    b).Recursion
    c).Arguments
    d).Packing and unpacking(varargs)

    Oops
    a).Class, Objects
    b).Inheritance
    c).Method Overriding
    d).Access Specifies

    File Handling and Json
    a).Flat File Handling
    b).Json
    c).Pickle

    Exception Handling
    a).Try
    b).Except and final
    c).Custom Exceptions
    d).Raising Exceptions
    e).Assertions

    Comprehension
    a).List Comprehension

    Decorators
    a).Method
    b).Class Level

    Map, Filter and Lambda Expressions

    Iterators and Generators

     

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