Data Structures in Python

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Data Structures in Python

Data Structures in Python

This lesson offers a breakdown of what the module will cover. Participants will learn about the following:

  • Data structures in python: what are they, how they work, how to use them
  • File I/O: Storing data on disk and retrieving it
  • Generators and iterators
  • Networking
    • Sockets
      • IPv4/v6
      • TCP/UDP
    • Classes
    • Exception handling
    • Special functions: lambda, with
    • Interfacing with the OS/Taking command line arguments

A Python data structure is:

  • A logical means of organizing data
  • Almost every programming language makes use of them to efficiently store and use data

Python has a number of built-in data structures, specifically:

  • Lists: this is an array which is stored in a specific order
  • Dictionaries: data structures made up of ‘key value’ pairs

Participants in this lesson also learn about files in Python. The instructor offers step by step instructions on how to open a file and the file methods you can use on a file, such as printing a string to a file using the file.write(string) method. Participants also learn about the generator function and iterators.

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