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Non-Programmer's Tutorial for Python 2.6


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Front matter 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Initial remarks
Intro 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Installing and using Python – where to get help
Hello, World 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
The famous first program – screen output – numbers and calculations
Who Goes There? 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Interactive input – strings
Count to 10 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
while loops
Decisions 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
if statements
Debugging 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Finding out what goes wrong
Defining Functions 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Structuring programs with the use of functions
Advanced Functions Example 75% developed  as of May 05, 2010
(Almost) mind-blowing example of how programmers can think
Lists 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Variables containing more than one value
For Loops 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
A second kind of loop
Boolean Expressions 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Computer logic – true and false – and and or – not
Dictionaries 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Variables containing key/value pairs
Using Modules 75% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Extensions to the standard set of functionality
More on Lists 75% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Using elements or parts of lists
Revenge of the Strings 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Advanced text manipulation
File IO 100% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Reading from files and writing to files
Dealing with the imperfect 75% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
How to handle errors
The End 25% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
How to go further
FAQ 50% developed  as of Sep 20, 2007
Some frequently asked questions