Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide (9781423241881)

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SKU:
9781423241881
UPC:
654614041883
Weight:
0.15 LBS
Format:
Fold Out - Laminated
Size:
8.5 x 11.0
Pages:
6
Author(s):
Berajah Jayne
Publication Date:
05/01/19
  • Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide (9781423241881)
  • Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide (9781423241881)
  • Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide (9781423241881)
  • Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide (9781423241881)

Created for developers of all skill levels to find the essentials of common operations combined with the fastest reference guide for writing code. This handy 6 page laminated guide is a concise desktop reference to key concepts behind Python logic, syntax, and operation. Expertly written to concisely cover the planning of a program written in Python, assigning your first variables, importing other libraries, formatting output strings, and creating classes. Beginning students or seasoned programmers will find this tool a perfect go-to for reference to those core concepts. This unbeatable value makes it easy to add this reference to your programmer’s toolbox.

6 page laminated guide includes:

  • Working with Python
    • Using Python Code
    • Importing Modules
    • Scope (Indentation)
    • Naming Conventions
    • Reserved Keywords
    • Comments
  • Writing Code Basics
    • Making Variables
    • Types
    • Console
    • Error Handling
    • Saving & Loading Files
  • Coding Structures
    • Math Operators (int, float & complex)
    • List Operations (list, tuple & dict)
    • Strings
    • Statements
    • Functions
    • Dictionaries
  • Using Structures
    • String Formatting
    • String Methods
    • Escape Sequences
    • Bool Characters
    • Writing Boolean Statements
    • Recursion & Iteration
    • Classes
  • Coding Concepts
    • Inheritance
    • Generators
    • Polymorphism
    • Lambda Expressions
  • 5
    Great reference for a hot new language

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 5th 2019

    I have been asking for this guide for some time. For a programmer that uses a lot of languages, these are very helpful to remember the differences between somewhat similar languages. I have used my Visual Basic Ref Guide multiple times over the years.