In order to become a Python programmer, you must first set up Python.
As part of this Python Basics: Setting Up Python course, you will learn how to download and install Python on Windows, macOS, and Ubuntu Linux, and how to run IDLE, the Python Integrated Development and Learning Environment.
There are a number of ways to install Python. Python distributions are available from Python.org, or you can install programming packages from a package manager. You can even install specialized distributions such as those for scientific computing, Internet of Things, and embedded systems. As an introduction to learning Python, this Python Basics: Setting Up Python course focuses primarily on official distributions, as they’re generally the best option for learning Python.
The Python Basics: Setting Up Python course can be enjoyed on its own or as an accompaniment to Python Basics: A Practical Introduction to Python 3.
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
- Install Python on Windows, macOS, and Linux
- Open IDLE, Python’s integrated development and learning environment
Author; Davis Amos
Size: 86.6 MB