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An Introduction To Python - Python, Print()

  1. An Introduction To Software Development Using Python Spring Semester, 2015 Class #2: Python, Print()
  2. An Example Python Job Description • Python Developer (Icreon Tech Inc, NYC, NY, 1 month ago) • Job Description: Title: Python Developer Location: Remote Work • Responsibilities: – Have to code, debug, and unit test systems per requirements and technical design. – Ensuring quality of the deliverables – Understanding client requirements & functional specifications – Communicating the project status and updates regularly and clearly. – Keeping Track of effort spend on tasks assigned to him. – Work with TEAM to develop complex web-based applications – Support, refactor and enhance an existing application/ system. • Requirement: – Proven application development experience using (Python with MySQL/Postgre SQL/Couchbase/MongoDB) – Understanding of MVC Architecture, OOPS, REST, SOA, SaaS, NoSQL Database, Unit Testing Framework Like PyUnit, Version control ( Like SVN,GIT), Sphinx, Redis, PyLint, Deployment and maintenance tools such as SaltStack, Chef, Puppet.
  3. What Is Programming? • The term programming means to create (or develop) software, which is also called a program. • In basic terms, software contains the instructions that tell a computer—or a computerized device—what to do. • Software is all around you, even in devices that you might not think would need it. Of course, you expect to find and use software on a personal computer, but software also plays a role in running airplanes, cars, cell phones, and even toasters. • On a personal computer, you use word processors to write documents, Web browsers to explore the Internet, and e-mail programs to send messages. These programs are all examples of software. Image Credit:
  4. Programming Languages • This course teaches you how to create programs by using the Python programming language. There are many programming languages, some of which are decades old. Each language was invented for a specific purpose—to build on the strengths of a previous language, for example, or to give the programmer a new and unique set of tools. Knowing that there are so many programming languages available, it would be natural for you to wonder which one is best. • But, in truth, there is no “best” language. Each one has its own strengths and weaknesses. Experienced programmers know that one language might work well in some situations, whereas a different language may be more appropriate in other situations. • For this reason, seasoned programmers try to master as many different programming languages as they can, giving them access to a vast arsenal of software-development tools. • If you learn to program using one language, you should find it easy to pick up other languages. The key is to learn how to solve problems using a programming approach. That is the main theme of this course. Image Credit: ubergizmo
  5. What We’ll Be Using In This Class Your laptop (or a university computer) The Python computer language (free!)
  6. Who Created Python? • The Python language was conceived in the late 1980s and its implementation was started in December 1989 by Guido van Rossum at CWI in the Netherlands • Van Rossum needed to carry out repetitive tasks for administering computer systems. He was dissatisfied with other available languages that were optimized for writing large and fast programs. • He needed to write smaller programs that didn’t have to run at optimum speed. It was important to him that he could author the programs quickly and update them quickly as his needs changed. • Therefore, he designed a language that made it very easy to work with complex data.
  7. The History Of Python • Python 2.0 was released on October 16, 2000. With this release the development process was changed and became more transparent and community-backed. • Python 3.0 (also called Python 3000 or py3k), a major, backwards-incompatible release, was released on December 3, 2008 after a long period of testing. Many of its major features have been backported to the backwards-compatible Python 2.6 and 2.7. • Python 2.x is very popular right now, we'll be learning Python 3.x because it's the future of Python.
  8. Top 30 Programming Languages
  9. What Is Python? • Python is a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language. • Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C++ or Java. • Python supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative and functional programming.
  10. Where Can I Run Python Programs? • Python interpreters are available for installation on many operating systems, allowing Python code execution on a majority of systems. • Python code can be packaged into stand-alone executable programs for some of the most popular operating systems, allowing for the distribution of Python-based software for use on those environments without requiring the installation of a Python interpreter. • CPython, the reference implementation of Python, is free and open- source software and has a community-based development model, as do nearly all of its alternative implementations. CPython is managed by the non-profit Python Software Foundation. Image Credit: Logo Database,
  11. Why Do People Like Python? • Python has a much simpler and cleaner syntax than other popular languages such as Java, C, and C++, which makes it easier to learn. • You can try out short Python programs in an interactive environment, which encourages experimentation and rapid turnaround. • Python is also very portable between computer systems. The same Python program will run, without change, on Windows, UNIX, Linux, or Macintosh. Image Credit: Hans-Jörg Aleff
  12. Let’s Get A Copy Of Python Go to the Python Software Foundation’s website:
  13. Let’s Get A Copy Of Python
  14. Say Hello To IDLE • IDLE (Integrated DeveLopment Environment) is an integrated development environment for Python. • IDLE is intended to be a simple IDE and suitable for beginners, especially in an educational environment. • Since van Rossum named the language Python partly to honor British comedy group Monty Python, the name IDLE was probably also chosen partly to honor Eric Idle, one of Monty Python's founding members.
  15. How The Python Interpreter Works
  16. Our First Program: Hello World! • Python is case sensitive. You must enter upper- and lowercase letters exactly as they appear in a program listing. • You cannot type Print or PRINT. Image Credit: ClipArt Best
  17. A Closer Look At Our First Program • # My first Python program. – This is a comment – it’s for you, not the computer – Comments begin with # and are not statements. • print("Hello, World!") – displays a line of text, namely “Hello, World!”. – We call a function named print and pass it the information to be displayed. – A function is a collection of programming instructions that carry out a particular task. – It is part of the Python language.
  18. Print Function Syntax
  19. Your First Python Assignment 1. Write a Python program to print a happy face to the screen 2. Grab a copy of the screen 3. Print it out 4. Bring it to the next class 5. Show it to Dr. Anderson
  20. What’s In Your Python Toolbox? print()
  21. What We Covered Today 1. Learned who invented Python and why. 2. Came to understand what Python is good at doing. 3. Downloaded and installed a copy of the Python interpreter. 4. Discovered the built-in IDLE IDE. 5. Used our first BIF: print() Image Credit:
  22. What We’ll Be Covering Next Time 1. Variables 2. Math! Image Credit:

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