Learn more about the generation of computers, switches, binary, hexadecimals, and conventions such as ASCII and UniCode. Know how we measure bits.
Lesson 2. Important Rules and Reminders for All Programmers
Some important notes about Pace, Reading and Writing, Attention to Details, Copy-Pasting, Saving our code, Misconceptions in programming, and Questions.
Power Button Symbol–Where Did it Come From?
Know where the Power Button Symbol came from. Is it connected to the binary system? But how did that happen? In this article, you’ll find out!
Lesson 3. Setting Up Our Computer
Introducing a very awesome code/text editor: Visual Studio Code. We’ll talk about the Terminal. Learn where to install Python. Know how to create a new file for coding. Discover some of the beautiful color themes for your editor.
Lesson 4. Printing Strings and Variables in Python
Learn about strings and variables in Python. We’ll be printing strings, we’ll assign values to variables, and finally, we’ll print these values.
Lesson 5. Variables Inside Strings in Python
Is that even possible? In this lesson, we’ll discuss the different ways for printing values out our variables (inside stings) using formatting.
Lesson 6. If Elif Else Statements In Python
Learn simple conditionals which includes if, elif, and else statements in Python. Know what “elif” is. Also know why they are powerful to use in our code.
Lesson 7. Operators and Delimiters in Python
Operators and delimiters in Python play an essential part in coding. In this lesson, we’ll see what many of them can do and how we’ll use each one of them.
Lesson 8. Commenting In Python
In this lesson, we’ll make comments about commenting using the hashtag and quotes. Coding with comments will help you understand your code quickly.
Lesson 9. Functions in Python and Their Significance
What are you going to do to avoid typing the exact same code lines? Ever heard of functions in Python and their significance to our code? You’ll about to learn it!