Udit Vashisht
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Python Tutorial for Beginners

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Python Tutorial for Beginners

Python Tutorial for Beginners

Have you heard a lot about Python Language? Are you looking for free and reliable resource to learn Python? If Yes, your search for the Best Python Tutorial is over.

We are excited to bring an exhaustive Python tutorial for a complete beginner. Even if you do not have any or very less experience in programming, by the end of this series you will be having a strong grasp on the basics of Python.

The best and the easiest way to learn is inclusive learning, so I will urge you to share your comments, queries or doubts in the comment section below and participate in the discussion. This will not only resolve your queries but also strengthen your knowledge about Python.

So let’s start

Python Tutorial for Beginners

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Quick setup
Chapter 3 - Executing a Python Script
Chapter 4 - Print Function
Chapter 5 - Indentation
Chapter 6 - Data Types & Variables
Chapter 7- Numbers, Conversions and Operators



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