Showing posts with label Python. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Python. Show all posts

Sunday, November 12, 2017


In programming, we often need to use number in various ways like keeping scores of game, recording the number of a visit to a website, recording the number of downloaded application, store information on web applications etc.

Python works on numbers in several ways depending on how the numbers are used. Let take a look at the different ways python treats numbers.

Friday, November 10, 2017


Data type is the classification of data based on what we can do with them in our program and based on this data can be classified into various categories. Lets take a look at some of this classifications below and also some examples.

Strings data types
The first data type we will consider is the string. A string is a series of characters. In python, anything within a quote is considered a string. The quote could be a single quote (‘’) or double quote (“”). Example of string are:

Wednesday, November 8, 2017


In today episode on our python tutorial, we will be talking about the different kind of data we can work with in our python program. We will learn how to store data in variables and how to use variables in our program.

The word variable is the same across all programming language. A variable is a named memory location. All computer programs interact with our computer memory. Think of memory as an empty room where you would like to keep different boxes of the same shape, size and color. If we store different things in the boxes, it will be hard for us to know which box contains which element. Therefore, we need to name our boxes. Giving names to the boxes is called variable naming.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017


Unlike the Linux and OSX operating system, windows doesn’t always come with python, we will have to download and install python and download and install a text editor.

Installing python
Before installing python, we need to verify that python does not exist on our system already by opening a command prompt by typing cmd in start menu. When the command window comes up, type “python” into it in lowercase.

Monday, November 6, 2017


Just like the Linux operating system, python is already installed on most OS X systems. We need to check whether it is installed or not. And when we are certain that python is installed, we’ll need to install a text editor and ensure to configure it correctly. Their are different types of text editor in the net, you just have to select any one of your choice to work with.

Sunday, November 5, 2017


Python runs on all major operating system. Any python code written should run on a computer with python installed on it.
Installing python on our systems may sometimes be complicated if we are not familiar with its installations. In order to enlighten us on how to install the python compiler and interpreter, this tutorial was brought up.
The method for setting and installing python on various operating system differs. Let check the installation on the various operating system.

Saturday, November 4, 2017


Today we are going to talk about the various version of python we have. You may be wondering that, how many version of python do we have? The answer to that is “we presently have two version of python which are Python 2 and Python 3”.

Every programming language evolves as new innovations and inventions are come by daily by various inventors and innovators and python case isn’t an exceptional case which lead to the movement from python 2 to python 3. The python developer community have therefore made the language more changeable and powerful.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Introduction to Python Programming

Hello guys! morning and welcome to this tutorial, this section is actualy not meant for the newbies that are still learning basic web design programming, this section is meant for those that are already good at web design and wanna integrate python programming into their web platforms to perform some additional special task eg online payment platforms like interswitch, paypal and the likes all have various programming languages integrated in their platforms.