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Learning programming - python

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by devilived, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

    Jul 13, 2009
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    Hello , i have just enrolled in a programming course - python programming

    Well i just wanted to know if the toopics which are going to be covered will be of help to me as later on i would like to be able to build basic bots , etc for my own personal use

    here are the topics

    Wk Topic
    1 Introduction to programming
    2 Writing simple Python programs
    3 Computing with numbers
    4 Decision structures
    5 Decision structures (Cont.) and Computing with Strings
    6 Functions
    7 Loop
    8 Test #1 ? Based on lectures covered from Week 1 to Week 70
    9 Computing with Boolean
    10 Arrays
    11 Computing with Strings
    12 Objects and Classes
    13 Objects and Classes (Cont.)
    14 Graphics
    15 Revision Week


    What do you think guyz ?
  2. doseph

    doseph Registered Member

    Feb 23, 2008
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    It looks like this course is just going to guide you through the basics of programming. Once you understand the logic the code follows, you will still need to learn more on your own, but google should be able to help with code examples and stuff.

    Programming is very logical, and it just makes sense. Once you know how it works, you should have no problem expanding on that knowledge, even though you won't be learning exactly what you need for making bots.
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  3. minute80

    minute80 Regular Member

    Dec 3, 2008
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    Without trying to lower your moral or something, Python is so easy that you don't have to get into any courses at all. The reason for that is its clean syntax. In addition to that, I found programming courses to general, and useless, since most of the time in programming you have to figure out things by yourself. Beter for you is to head to book sharing sites (pm for link) and get enough books to bootstrap yourself.