Mon, Mar 15, 10:00am - Mar 18, 4:45pm Eastern Time (4 sessions)
This is an introductory Python programming course which provides a strong foundation that would allow students to further their skills with additional education. The course begins with an overview of Python and quickly has students building simple applications. Python syntax, including function and module design is considered. File consumption and exception handling are also included early in the class. In addition, there is an examination of using different data types.
This course is specially designed for individuals with little or no programming background. Those with prior programming experience should alternatively consider our Introduction to Python course. For details on this faster-paced course for programmers, go to:
Introduction to Python Programming
Before attending this course, it is recommended that students:
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Note: the course material contains much more information than what is covered in class, and will serve as a useful reference to the learner going forward.
o Introduction to Python
o How to use IDLE to develop programs
o Basic coding skills
o How to work with data types and variables
o How to work with numeric data
o How to work with string data
o How to use five of the Python functions
o How to code boolean expressions
o How to code the selection structure
o How to use the iteration structure
o How to define and use functions
o More skills for defining and using functions
o How to create and use modules
o How to use standard modules
o How to plan the functions of a program
o An introduction to testing and debugging
o Four techniques for testing and debugging
o How to use the IDLE debugger
o Basic skills for working with lists
o How to work with a list of lists
o More skills for working with lists
o How to work with tuples
o An introduction to file I/O
o How to use text files
o How to use CSV files
o How to use binary files
o How to handle a single exception
o How to handle multiple exceptions
o Basic skills for working with numbers
o How to format numbers
o How to work with decimal numbers
o Basic skills for working with strings
o How to split and join strings
o How to get started with dates and times
o More skills for working with dates and times
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.
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ONLC Training Centers
New York, New York Online
New York, New York
|Start Date||Time||Teacher||# Sessions||Price|
||10:00am - 4:45pm Eastern Time||ONLC Remote Instructor||4||$1,595|
This course consists of multiple sessions, view schedule for sessions.
|Tue, Mar 16||10:00am - 4:45pm Eastern Time||ONLC Remote Instructor|
|Wed, Mar 17||10:00am - 4:45pm Eastern Time||ONLC Remote Instructor|
|Thu, Mar 18||10:00am - 4:45pm Eastern Time||ONLC Remote Instructor|
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