Important Note - The above flow chart is not something I would imagine is a best practice for a program to keep returning back to the original Conditional "if" every time the program gets input, though I wanted to just throw up a general example. The above Flow Chart is a very small example of … Continue reading Python – Creating a flow chart using Boolean logic to produce a result, rather than running every line of Python Code!
This is a program from "Automate the boring stuff" that really turned on the light on a lot of concepts for I believe Python 3.x specific syntax, and just in general (stuff also in 2.7). I'll run through this quick as getting on the lab was not easy tonight, but I want to nail these … Continue reading Python – Demonstrating a simple Input/Output program in VSC, and how to use this info to practice until perfect!
Above is the if / elif / else in action, but there is a lot of vocab to know about along the way, along with some new operators and how they work! To jump right into some Terminology for these Conditionals! Being that programs are "Logically Malleable" this allows them to use what are called … Continue reading Python – Review of Conditionals “if” / “else” / “elif”, intro to new operators, and important vocab review of two terms!
I waited until I got into this course to grab a screen snip for an image, and this has been a LinkedIn favorite, so I'll go with this as the cover photo of the day 🙂 Input and Output and where its executed at what times Input and Output at its highest level is allowing … Continue reading Python – Input and Output functions, where a program can accept input to produce dynamic output based on input!
This is as straight forward of a variable demo as you can get with Python, X + Y = Z! Variables in Interactive Mode (on the Terminal executing code) is cached in a sort of memory until saved to a .py file, however if you do not save this in 'Interactive Mode' in a Terminal … Continue reading Python – Variables overview, concepts, terminology, and making some Python programs to demonstrate Variables!
The very first print in a long journey of printing phrases, automating tasks, and everything between - Hello, Python! This window is a demo of Python "IDLE" terminal that can be downloaded from python.org for "Interactive mode" or immediate code execution like the Hello World print code seen above! This is going to be a … Continue reading Python – Intro to different types of languages, then get into the nuts and bolts of Python basics!