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Python training is for the professionals from diversified domains say web development, Big Data, embedded systems, automation testing, and scripting. Python, is an open-source and powerful dynamic programming language used in variety of applications.

Python training course curriculum covers topics including python programming basics, data types and creating variables. The knowledge is imparted to understand the use of operators, expressions, and control statements for managing the flow of data. The learning curve encompasses advance topics say functions, modules, file operations, and regular expressions. Moreover, participants will also learn about the features unique to Python such as tuples, and output formatting. Training is delivered over Python Integrated Development Environment (IDLE) for writing and running the scripts.

Upon the completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Develop, debug, and build Python programs
  • Implement Python programming language basics on the given scenarios
  • Use functions to simplify the task
  • Create your own and also Import modules from the Python Standard Library
  • Use data structures
  • Write code for input-output data handling
  • Use regular expressions to search files and directories.
Target audience
  • Programmers
  • Software developers/engineers
  • Web Masters

Candidates with working experience on any programming language and strong interest in exploring different programming languages can undergo this training.

1. Introduction to Python Programming

  • What is Python?
  • Why Python?
  • Python Philosophy And The Zen Of Python
  • A Brief History Of Python
  • Features of Python
  • Installation on Windows Gnu/Linux and Unix Systems

2. First Steps

  • Using The Interpreter Prompt
  • Choosing An Editor
  • Sublime Text
  • Vim
  • Using A Source File
  • Getting Help

3. Programming Basics

  • Hello World Program
  • Comments
  • Literal Constants
  • Numbers
  • Strings
  • The Format Method

4. Basics Continued

  • Raw String
  • Escape Sequences
  • Variables
  • Identifier Naming
  • Data Types
  • Object
  • How To Write Python Programs
  • Indentation

5. Operators and Expressions

  • Operators
  • Evaluation Order
  • Changing The Order Of Evaluation
  • Associativity
  • Expressions

6. Control Flow

  • The if Statement
  • The while Statement
  • The for Loop
  • The break Statement
  • The continue Statement

7. Functions

  • Function Parameters
  • Local Variables
  • Using The Global Statement
  • Default Argument Values
  • Keyword Arguments
  • VarArgs Parameters
  • Keyword Only Parameters
  • The return Statement
  • DocStrings

8. Modules

  • Byte-Compiled .pyc files
  • The from … import Statement
  • A module’s name
  • Making Your Own Modules
  • The dir Function
  • Package
  • The sys           

9. Data Structures

  • List
  • Tuple
  • Dictionary
  • Sequence
  • Set
  • References
  • More About Strings        

10. Input Output

  • Input from user
  • Files
  • Pickle
  • Unicode

11. Regular Expressions

  • Introduction
  • Wild Card Characters
  • Searching
  • Extracting
  • Practice Problems
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Summary
Python is a powerful interactive and object-oriented programming language. It is used in a wide variety of applications.

Python is supported by majorly all operating systems say UNIX, Mac, Windows, and OS/2. It is distributed under an open-source license.
Python is a high-level general-purpose programming language that can be used in providing solutions to a variety of problems.

Python is one of the prime members of ‘P’ language family, python, PHP, PERL; used in web development.
Python is a good language to start a programming career and also a strong language for developing very large and complex applications and frameworks.

After learning Python, you can contribute in the development of following:
  • Web Development (e.g. CGI scripts, Content Management Systems)
  • Data Analysis
  • Database Access
  • Scientific and Numeric Computing
  • Games and 3D Graphics
  • Software Development
  • Desktop GUIs
  • Low Level Network Programming
Learning Python can secure your career as a developer with constantly updating yourself with the latest updates in the software development industry. Python is a better designed language and is considered better than many similar languages. So, you can hope to go a long way with Python.
Google uses Python intensively. The teams there are involved in the development of the language itself or many open source projects in Python.

Moreover, this language is widely used by the scientific community.
Python is a good language to start learning programming fundamentals. Its simple syntax structure and a large standard library make Python a good choice for the aspirants focusing on developing programming skills.
Being an open source language, there is no certification body for Python. However, on the successful completion of the training, you will get a course completion certificate from Multisoft Systems.

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