Python Programming Tutorial For The Absolute Beginner + Code 2021

Python Programming Tutorial is Your Ultimate Guide to Master Python Programming From Absolute Beginner to Developing App

What you’ll learn

  • Build a complete understanding of Python.
  • Learn to use Python 3 professionally.
  • Build a solid foundation of the Python programming.
  • Learn to use Object Oriented Programming with classes!
  • Work with Python’s conditional statements, functions, sequences, and loops
  • Be able to develop basic Desktop applications and web sites using Python.

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Course content

10 sections • 91 lectures • 3h 3m total lengthExpand all sections

Getting started10 lectures • 21min

  • Introducing PythonPreview02:59
  • The Challenge!00:20
  • Installing Python on WindowsPreview01:05
  • Meeting the interpreterPreview01:39
  • About ReviewsPreview01:28
  • Writing your first programPreview02:25
  • Employing variablesPreview04:18
  • Obtaining user inputPreview02:15
  • Correcting errorsPreview02:02
  • Summary02:31

Performing Operations9 lectures • 20min

  • Doing arithmetic01:57
  • Assigning values01:59
  • Comparing values02:01
  • Assessing logic02:21
  • Examining conditions02:38
  • Setting precedence01:21
  • Casting data types02:26
  • Manipulating bits01:41
  • SummaryPreview03:30

Making statements9 lectures • 23min

  • Writing lists03:26
  • Manipulating lists02:20
  • Restricting Lists02:02
  • Associating list elements02:46
  • If Statement02:21
  • While Loop02:24
  • Looping over items03:10
  • Breaking out of loops01:11
  • SummaryPreview03:29
  • Mid-Term Exam3 questions

Defining functions9 lectures • 21min

  • Understanding scope02:34
  • Supplying arguments02:21
  • Returning values02:23
  • Using callbacks02:46
  • Adding placeholders01:16
  • Producing generators02:43
  • Handling exceptions02:10
  • Debugging assertions02:31
  • SummaryPreview02:42

Importing modules9 lectures • 19min

  • Storing functions01:51
  • Owning function names02:14
  • Interrogating the system01:45
  • Performing mathematics02:33
  • Calculating decimals01:05
  • Telling the time01:50
  • Running a timer02:08
  • Matching patterns02:17
  • SummaryPreview02:52

Managing strings9 lectures • 19min

  • Manipulating strings02:27
  • Formatting strings02:23
  • Modifying strings01:04
  • Converting strings02:32
  • Accessing files01:37
  • Reading and writing files01:23
  • Updating file strings01:50
  • Pickling data02:08
  • Summary03:07

Programming objects9 lectures • 18min

  • Encapsulating data04:09
  • Creating instance objects01:35
  • Addressing class attributes01:56
  • Examining built-in attributes01:38
  • Collecting garbage01:31
  • Inheriting features01:44
  • Overriding base methods01:18
  • Harnessing polymorphism01:57
  • Summary02:33

Processing requests9 lectures • 14min

  • Sending responses01:43
  • Handling values01:50
  • Submitting forms01:38
  • Providing text areas01:11
  • Checking boxes01:03
  • Choosing radio buttons01:14
  • Selecting options01:07
  • Uploading files01:27
  • SummaryPreview02:56

Building interfaces9 lectures • 20min

  • Launching a window03:13
  • Responding to buttons01:43
  • Displaying messages01:36
  • Gathering entries02:11
  • Listing options01:36
  • Polling radio buttons02:07
  • Checking boxes02:05
  • Adding images02:13
  • Summary02:49

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Developing applications9 lectures • 9min

  • Generating random numbersPreview01:13
  • Planning the programPreview00:57
  • Designing the interfacePreview01:35
  • Assigning static propertiesPreview00:39
  • Initializing dynamic propertiesPreview00:28
  • Adding runtime functionalityPreview00:47
  • Testing the programPreview00:54
  • Installing a freezing toolPreview01:14
  • Freezing the programPreview01:04
  • Final test2 questions


Access to a computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) with an internet connection.


The creation of this course “Python Programming Tutorial For The Absolute Beginner + Code” has been for me an exciting personal journey in discovering how Python can be used today for procedural and object-oriented programming, to develop applications, and to provide online functionality.

Example code listed in this course “Python Programming Tutorial For The Absolute Beginner + Code” describes how to produce Python programs. I sincerely hope you enjoy discovering the exciting possibilities of Python and have as much fun with it as I did in recording this course.

To get the most out of this course and have an amazing Python Programming journey, I invite you to take the lectures one by one and carefully watch me writing code examples, then please learn the specific concept exposed in the lecture by coding your self using the attached PDF file which contains specifically the word “instruction”; for example, if you take the lecture “Writing lists” then use the attached PDF called “Writing lists instruction” to code yourself and learn how to write and manipulate lists in Python.

Learning Python programming from scratch isn’t easy, but not at all hard if you start your learning journey with the best python programming course. It’ll really help you learn python from scratch in an easy step-by-step manner.

“Python Programming Tutorial For The Absolute Beginner” is a real opportunity for you to learn complex Python concepts by coding. The covers the following:

  • Employing variables
  • Obtaining user input
  • Correcting errors
  • Doing arithmetic
  • Assigning values
  • Comparing values
  • Assessing logic
  • Examining conditions
  • Setting precedence
  • Casting data types
  • Manipulating bits
  • Writing lists
  • Manipulating lists
  • Associating list elements
  • Branching with if
  • Looping while true
  • Looping over items
  • Breaking out of loops
  • Understanding functions scope
  • Supplying arguments
  • Returning values
  • Using callbacks
  • Adding placeholders
  • Producing generators
  • Handling exceptions
  • Debugging assertions
  • Importing modules
  • Storing functions
  • Owning function names
  • Interrogating the system
  • Performing mathematics
  • Calculating decimals
  • Telling the time
  • Running a timer
  • Matching patterns
  • Managing strings
  • Manipulating strings
  • Formatting strings
  • Modifying strings
  • Converting strings
  • Accessing files
  • Reading and writing files
  • Updating file strings
  • Pickling data
  • Encapsulating data
  • Creating instance objects
  • Addressing class attributes
  • Examining built-in attributes
  • Collecting garbage
  • Inheriting features
  • Overriding base methods
  • Harnessing polymorphism
  • Sending responses
  • Handling values
  • Submitting forms
  • Providing text areas
  • Checking boxes
  • Choosing radio buttons
  • Selecting options
  • Uploading files
  • Launching a window
  • Responding to buttons
  • Displaying messages
  • Gathering entries
  • Listing options
  • Polling radio buttons
  • Adding images
  • Developing applications
  • Generating random numbers
  • Designing the interface
  • Assigning static properties
  • Initializing dynamic properties
  • Adding runtime functionality
  • Testing the program
  • Installing a freezing tool
  • Freezing the program

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Students with no Programming Experience.
  • Intermediate Python programmers who want to refresh their knowledge.
  • Programmers from Other Programming Language switching to Python.
  • This course is maybe not for you if you’re an experienced Python programmer.


Mustapha benbihi Quality Engineer

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My name is Mustapha and I am a senior quality inspector at Virtus Veritas & Ingenium (VVI Ltd.)  I’ve spent a lot of time learning software programming and microelectronics. I started my career as a quality controller at SFR in 2011 and Joined VVI in 2013 where I had a great opportunity to put my skills into practice and sacrifice a good time for self-learning too.

I’ve been programming professionally for over 5 years in a variety of technologies and languages, including Python, Java, C++, to name a few.

Since 2014 I have been focused on Python almost exclusively, mainly in data management and analysis.

I have spent a lot of time and effort learning and gaining an in-depth understanding of Python and writing idiomatic Python, and I’d like to share that with you.

I’m definitely a Python enthusiast for many reasons, and I’d like to share that passion with you too!


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