QuickStudy | Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide

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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
  • QuickStudy | Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | Python 3 Programming Language Laminated Reference Guide

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.