Do you want to learn Python in an easy and fast way? Start learning Python right Now!Welcome to this training for the Kindle edition of Python for Intermediates. This book is going to go more in depth than the previous beginner’s book did in showing you how you can use Python to its fullest advantage. In the beginner’s book, you learned some of the basic functions of Python and the various pieces of code that you are going to be able to input into Python so that you can make that function work properly. However, in this book, you are going to learn about other functions and pieces of the code that will work with the functions that you already know. It is here that you are going to be taking another step towards being able to program your own applications, websites, and anything else that you could possibly want to program all with simple blocks of code that you learned from a beginner’s book. Do not rush into thinking that you are going to be able to write your own computer application just yet. That is going to require that you get through this book and the next one to get a complete understanding of how Python works. The intermediate level is going to be a level that you may think does not need to be explored because some of it may end up being completely irrelevant to what it is that you are going to do with Python. However, you never know what you are going to find in this book that may just make or break the code that you are completing. So, please do not skip over this book thinking that you are not going to learn something new because I assure you, there is always something new for you to learn even if it is something simple. Here’s What You’ll Learn From This Python For Intermediates Book: ✓ Chapter 1: Objects in Python ✓ Chapter 2: Object Oriented Programming ✓ Chapter 3: Functions ✓ Chapter 4: Iterator in Python ✓ Chapter 5: Python Generators Start Learning Python Right Now!
Author: Michael Knapp
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