Hello, everyone. And welcome to the summary and review for python intro to Python module to If you're watching this video, you have completed this course. Finally, you're done with all of the videos. You can re watch them. Of course, as much as you need to get the material. We have a bunch of supplemental material over to the side as well as our labs and our assessments that talked about.
But you are done with the videos. You have completed all of our materials.
This video is just our summer interview, just like we did at the end of module one. Really quick. We're gonna address all the things that we've spent the last couple of hours discussing. First we have python flow control where we talked about If Elif and else we talked about four and Alison the special relationship that else has to four. In python. We talked about wild loops we have about logical escapes. Remember, those are things like break
We talked about functions and python about their arguments about their outputs. We really learned how to dig into those and understand what python functions. Therefore, then we did ah bunch of exercises which hopefully you either did in our next tech lab. Or you did with the assignment document that was given out. Then when she came back, we talked about the python data types. You know what strings,
doc about? String formatting, strings slicing, string indexing, talk about string method.
We learned what methods are. Then we talk about numbers and all the different types of numbers We talked about managers and floats and how you can use them. How you gonna sign them? We talked about math in Python. Then we talk about lists and we learned that lists and strings have a whole lot in common. We learned a couple of the Gotsch is to do with lists. We have to do some exercises with, um
and then we really learned how to slice and index lists, just like we did with strings.
Finally, in our last video, we talked about dictionaries. We saw a couple of key methods. We saw what dictionaries are, what they do, what, therefore, how you can use them. And in the lab, which is coming up right after this video, or you may have done already.
You're gonna get to spend a bunch of time with dictionaries, lists, number strings and really just dig into and make use of that code.
Now, if you've made it this far, I just want to congratulate you. Learning a new language is an incredibly challenging endeavor, even when it's a language like python that is designed to be easy to learn and understand, even when you're doing it in 6 to 9 minute chunks on a Web site like this. If you have made it this far and you have hung on whether you did it easily or you did it
by the very edges of your
fingernails, you deserve to have a moment of pride. And I really want you to know that I'm just thrilled you've made it this far with us, and you've got to do these exercises and experience python and understand all of the uses that has at this point I'm going to invite you to come back
for intermediate and advanced python courses. But I'm going to say,
if this video, if this lesson of this course was difficult for you, take some time off, really focus on implying python. Find some challenges online. I'll include some links for some great Python challenge websites. There's a spectacular learned programming subreddit where you can do programming challenges by the day.
Just all sorts of really cool tools. You can learn to advance your knowledge of python, and I really want you to take some time and do that. Do our lab's work on using it practically. And then once you're comfortable with it. And you think you really understand everything we talked about in this video and in this course, then come back and check out our intermediate and advanced python courses. Or you're going to get to learn just so much about
not only the things we've already talked about in a deeper sense,
you're also gonna get Tau learn to apply new modules. You're gonna get to learn to do just all sorts of new and fascinating things in Python. So again, thank you so very much for watching. I have been your instructor, Joe Perry, and I'm just thrilled that you're here if you can hear it in my voice. I'm really excited and really, really happy that I got that. I get to do this every day and I get to work with students like you.
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