We’ll be making things more interesting in this lesson. ‘Cause we’ll be creating functions with parameters and arguments in Python.
What are escape sequences in Python and what are they escaping from? Why do we need them anyway? You’ll find out once you’ve finished this lesson!
In this lesson, we’ll talk about lists in Python. You’ll know how you can apply and use in and not in and operators on lists in Python.
Do more with your lists in Python! In this lesson, you’ll learn about accessing and nesting on lists in Python. You’ll even try each of these out yourself!
Once you’ve finished this lesson, you’ll learn about and know how to use some of the different methods and functions on lists in Python.
Let’s memorize the Boolean logic in Python. You’ll have a practice for this one. After your practice, you’ll know how you can check your answers on Python.
In the previous lessons, we’ve learned a lot about lists. But what if you want to have a list up to ten million? Range in Python to the rescue!
How do dictionaries work in Python? Is it really that similar with lists? But it should have something that lists don’t have, eh? Find out in this lesson!
What are “mutableness”, the errors, and the methods in dictionaries? How do we face the errors once we’ve encountered one? Learn all these in this lesson!
Know how immutable tuples in Python are, and why they are unique compared to lists and dictionaries. I also made a cheatsheet for you in this lesson.