What is Python language?

Python is a high-level, general-purpose programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability with the use of significant indentation.[33] Python is dynamically typed and garbage-collected. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including structured (particularly procedural), object-oriented and functional programming.

 It is often described as a “batteries included” language due to its comprehensive standard library. Guido van Rossum began working on Python in the late 1980s as a successor to the ABC programming language and first released it in 1991 as Python 0.9.0.[36] Python 2.0 was released in 2000. 

Python 3.0, released in 2008, was a major revision not completely backward-compatible with earlier versions. Python 2.7.18, released in 2020, was the last release of Python 2. Python consistently ranks as one of the most popular programming languages.

Python is a multi-paradigm programming language. Object-oriented programming and structured programming are fully supported, and many of their features support functional programming and aspect-oriented programming (including metaprogramming and metaobjects). Many other paradigms are supported via extensions, including design by contract and logic programming.

 Python uses dynamic typing and a combination of reference counting and a cycle-detecting garbage collector for memory management. It uses dynamic name resolution (late binding), which binds method and variable names during program execution.

Python Course Content

Getting started with Python:

  •  Python Introduction
  •  Installing python on windows
  •   Installing python on Linux
  •   Introducing python IDLE
  •  Introduction to other IDE’s and Editors
  •   Creating the first python program.
  •   Variables
  •  Various ways of printing
  •  General data types in python
  •  Boolean functions


  •   Arithmetic
  •   Relational
  •   Logical
  •   Assignment
  •   Membership
  •   Identity

Strings and its types:

  •  Single line
  •  Multi line
  •  Doc string
  •   Accepting inputs
  •   Raw inputs and normal inputs
  •  Control Statements
  •   Sequence control
  •   Decision control
  •  if
  •  if-else
  •  if-elif
  •   nesting
  •   Loop control
  •  while
  •   break
  •   continue and pass keywords
  • Indexing and slicing


  •  What are lists?
  •  Mutable lists
  •   In operator
  •  Traversing a list
  •   List operations
  •   Converting a list to string
  •   Converting a string to list
  •  Aliasing in lists
  •   Functions in lists
  •  Range functionSets
  •   Properties
  •  Various operations
  •   Casting
  •   Mathematical operationsTuples
  •   What is tuples?
  •   Indexing in tuples
  •  Slicing in tuples
  •   Immutable tuples
  •   Lists and tuples
  •   Functions in tuples
  •  Dictionaries
  •   Keys and values
  •   In operator
  •   Looping in dictionaries
  •  Lookups in dictionaries
  •   Dictionaries and tuples
  •   Functions in dictionaries
  •   Single key with multiple values
  •  Dictionaries vs. sets.Functions
  •   Without arguments
  •   With normal arguments
  •  With positional arguments
  •  With named or keyword arguments
  •   With default arguments
  •  With variable length arguments
  •  With dictionary arguments
  •  Functions returning single and multiple values
  •   Pass by reference
  •   Pass by value
  •  Anonymous functions
  •   Understanding the doc strings
  •   Lambda, map, filters
  •   Understanding the return keyword
  •  Global scope
  •  Local scope


  •  What are modules?
  •   Understanding the namespaces
  •  Various ways of importing
  •   Various ways of accessing
  •   Aliasing
  •   dir () function
  •  Installation of a module
  •   Properties of a module
  •   Understanding the virtualenv.Packages
  •  Packaging a module
  •   Understanding init file
  •  Establishing the relation between the modules and Packages
  • Sub packages


  •  Reading and writing files
  •   Methods of File Objects
  •  Modes
  •   Reading
  •   Writing
  •   Modify
  •  Executing database queries using python scripts
  •   File creation in the default and specific locations
  •   read(),readline() and readlines()
  •  Merging
  •   Files similar schema
  • Files different Schema
  •   Flip Kart Example
  • Buffering in file


  • OOPS Paradigm


  •   Differences between Procedural and Object Oriented Programming
  •   OOPS Approaches
  •  OOPS PrinciplesClasses and Objects
  •  Understanding the classes in python.
  •  Employee class
  •   Using the class statement
  •   Creating the objects for classes
  •  Methods in classes
  •   Differences between the methods inside the class and outside the class
  •   self keyword
  •   Encapsulation
  •   Inheritance
  •  Types
    •   Single
    •   Multilevel
    •   Hierarchical
    •   Multiple
    •   Hybrid
    •   Problems with multiple
    •   Understanding the super methodInterfaces
    •   Interface and its properties
    •   Difference between an abstract class
      and an interface Abstraction
    •   Abstract methods
      •   Abstract classes
      •   Decorative
      •   ABC module

OS Commands


  •   Parameter less
  •  Parameterized
  •  Differences between the methods and constructors
  •  Advantages

Destructors Garbage collectors Exceptions

  • What are exceptions?
  • Various types of exceptions
  • Exception handling – try,except,else,finally
  • Displaying predefined and user defined messages
  • Trapping errors
  • Raising exceptions
  • Customized exceptions

Lambda, Map and Filter functions

Command line arguments

  •   What is database and its purpose?
  •  Types of databases
  •  What is a query?
  •  Working with oracle/MySQL databases.
  •  How to install MySQL-server and oracle
  •  How to know what modules to install
  •  Operations
  •  Creation of tables
  •  Insertion
  •  Data retrieval
  •  Updation
  •  Alterations
  •  Deletions
  •  Other operations

Python and MySQL:

  •  Connecting the python application with the  database
  •  Cursors
  •  Running the queries
  •  Fetching the required amount of data and the complete data
  •  Loading the data from the database tables into excel file and text file.

Multi Threading

  •   Concurrent programming
  •   Creating and starting a thread
  •   Thread module
  •   Improving the performance using threading
  •   join() function
  •  Ways to implement threadsCreating threads using our own classes
  •  Creating Thread by creating a child to “Thread” class.
  •  Creating a thread directly without classes
  •  Several methods of thread class
  •  Thread Synchronization
  •  Locking mechanism

Tkinter introduction:

  •  Introduction to Tkinter
  •  How to connect with Mysql DB
  •  Entry forms
  •  Labels
  •  Buttons
  •  Implementing Desktop applications 

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