This is a tutorial for novice programmers. You are the learner I had in mind when writing this tutorial if:
This tutorial works best if you follow the chapters and exercises step by step.
The main goal of this tutorial is to enable you to write Python projects with up to 100 lines. Here you find a detailed syllabus:
© 2015 Dr. Kristian Rother (email@example.com)
with contributions by Allegra Via, Kaja Milanowska and Anna Philips
Distributed under the conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike License 4.0
Sources of this document can be found on https://github.com/krother/Python3_Basics_Tutorial
I would like to thank the following people for inspiring exchange on training an d Python that this tutorial has benefited from: Pedro Fernandes, Tomasz Puton, E dward Jenkins, Bernard Szlachta, Robert Lehmann and Magdalena Rother
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