Learn Python in 90 Minutes

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22 thoughts on “Learn Python in 90 Minutes

  1. I have learnt Pascal programing in 1977/78 ,while I was studying for mechanical engineering degree.Later on I learnt Lotus 123 .Pascal and Lotus 123 are not being used now.I want to learn Python.Please suggest additional resources to help me while,I am going through your videos.It is also requested to suggest resources for advanced learning/practice/practical application.Thanks

  2. Dude nobody cares about the IDE.
    Just start with a whiteboard, terminal and code…

    You spent like 10 MINUTES just talking about an IDE that isn't helpful at all for actually Learning Python.

    And then you zoom in on the terminal… Really?

    Just saying…

  3. I know this is for teaching only but @1:19:00 the coding logic is bad. You should not pass the two parameter to the function as it enable both blinkers to be set to On which is why Uber cars crash into people. The correct way to do that is to pass just one parameter e.g. "state" that takes 3 values, "L","R" and others. Then check the state with an If statement. This way there is no way you can make mistake.

    class Car:
    def __init__(self,brand):
    self.brand = brand
    def set_brand(self, brand,cc):
    self.brand = brand
    def getCar(self):
    print(self.brand)
    def blinker_control(self, blinker_state):
    self.left_blinker = "Off"
    self.right_blinker = "Off"
    if (blinker_state == "L"):
    self.left_blinker = "On"
    elif (blinker_state == "R"):
    self.right_blinker = "On"
    print("L: " + str(self.left_blinker) + " | R: " + str(self.right_blinker) )

    my_car = Car("Toyota")
    my_car.blinker_control(blinker_state="R")
    my_car.blinker_control(blinker_state="L")
    my_car.blinker_control(blinker_state="")

  4. this sucks, because you are assuming that we know what a dictionary in code is used for….I have no clue what it is and i don't know what to remember about it, or what to take from it to help me in the future. I can't put it in a picture in my head because i don't have anything to reference it to….that is the problem with most of these tutorials for beginners, there is too much assumed to be known……

  5. Thank you! This has been very helpful. I have been enrolled in a python course for a few weeks now, trying to wrap my head around the basics. This is my first programming language and It's been a challenge. You have given me the basics in a simple 90 minute video. Thank you for your time and understanding on this subject. I look forward to more of your videos.

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