Tiny Python Projects (Manning)
Monday, 14 September 2020

This book aims to teach Python through the creation of 22 bitesize programs. In each tiny project author Ken Youens-Clark teaches a new programming concept, from the basics of lists and strings right through to regular expressions and randomness.The activities in this book teach Python fundamentals through puzzles and games. Youens-Clark aims to entertain while teaching elements such as text manipulation, basic algorithms, and lists and dictionaries.

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Author: Ken Youens-Clark
Publisher: Manning
Date: September 2020
Pages: 440
ISBN: 978-1617297519
Print: 1617297518
Audience:would-be Python programmers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Python

tinypython

 

  • Write command-line Python programs
  • Manipulate Python data structures
  • Use and control randomness
  • Write and run tests for programs and functions
  • Download testing suites for each project

 

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