Python is a dialect with a straightforward sentence structure and a capable arrangement of libraries. It is a deciphered dialect, with a rich programming condition, including a strong debugger and profiler. While it is simple for fledglings to learn, it is broadly utilized as a part of numerous logical regions for information investigation. This course is a prologue to the Python programming dialect for understudies without earlier programming knowledge. We cover information sorts, control stream, question situated programming, and graphical UI driven applications. The cases and issues utilized as a part of this course are drawn from various territories, for example, content handling, basic designs creation and picture control, HTML and web programming, and genomics.
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