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  1. hello sir. your tutorial is so good. but when I watched that video and practice that I was face a problem. there are all ok but visual code editor not show me my terminal. if you create that tutorial on windows it will help us. now what I do please give me a solution.

  2. Just did the Python 10 hour beginner course from, then watched your entire course. Fantastic value! I wouldn't say either is superior to the other – was 100% interactive which is great in itself and your explanation makes everything so accessible and easy to understand. Thanks for helping me learn Python!

  3. سلام
    کارتون عالیه .من با شما هم زبان یاد می گیرم هم برنامه نویسی😊.
    امکان خرید ریالی در ایران وجود ندارد؟

  4. Hey Mosh, great videos! One question, how can I get rid of the "[Done] exited with code=0 in 0.03 seconds when I run the code? Yours only shows the output without the rest of the stuff. Thanks

  5. I downloaded the executable for windows, I'm on 10 pro. Typing python in the cmd prompt
    window does not work. If I go to python 3.7 in my start menu and launch its there is this
    correct? BTW python 3.7.1.

  6. This, and the rest of your content are seriously the best programming educational material I've ever come across. Corey Schafer is too quick to the point, CodeAcademy is too basic, but your videos are literally so clear and intuitive. You show how to set up the IDE/code editor as well as how to use both, and you walk through every concept in order. Your videos should be required material in beginner programming classes. I am a junior majoring in fiancne and I hate finance and have been trying to switch to computer science because I am interested in SDE and ML, and I was very confused and lost. Programming scared me but I watched the first 30 minutes of your videos and now variables make clear sense and I know how to use VSCODE.

    Thank you so much, you are a LITERAL godsend. You also have THE BEST videos on web development in node.js and javascript. I literally am in disbelief. My programming textbook made me cry because it was so hard but your upbeat and positive videos make me really happy and in a good mood. I feel like i can become a software engineer at Amazon one day because of you.

    All the metaphors in your video like the remote control metaphor make things SO clear. Why does everyone make programming look so hard? You've made it very understandable and I FINALLY understand for/while loops and conditionals.

  7. Hello Mosh,

    [Running] python -u "c:UsersRaghotham"
    'python' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    [Done] exited with code=1 in 0.061 seconds

    I'm getting the error when pressed ctrl + alt + n… I did the code-runner.executormap user settings changes, but still…any serious issue? or how do i overcome this?

  8. Hi Mosh, I am unable to find on the internet that how you are able to show output of the program only in the output window. It's clean and it is removed each time you reload the program. Please guide me how to do that. I am talking about VS output window.

  9. Hi Mosh! Firstly, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for spreading your knowledge with us in a fun and quirky way. Your style of teaching is engaging and exciting. I had purchased your Angular course on Udemy but as soon as I post this comment I'll go ahead and purchase the all-access pass 🙂 You are amazing mate!

  10. Sir, Ive got this error:
    Exception has occurred: AttributeError
    'NoneType' object has no attribute 'write'
    File "C:UsersBock Eu", line 2, in multiply_many
    File "C:UsersBock Eu", line 9, in <module>
    multiply_many(2, 3, 4, 5)
    im debugging in Python:Current File (integrated terminal)
    im new to Python, pls help.thx.

  11. Hi Mosh I think Python is very popular now a days but in other areas different to web development, I would like to keep programming for the web and I am not interesting ig areas like data science

  12. I don't know anything about programming or much about technical stuff, am just a beginner and want to learn this awesome language. Hope I find the right video to start with….Thanks for sharing the video Mosh..✌️

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