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Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)

Dr. Charles Russell Severance

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Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)

Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)

Dr. Charles Russell Severance

105
Followers
272
Plays
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These are the audio lectures to supplement the textbook 'Python for Everybody: Exploring Information' and its associated web site www.py4e.com. There is also a video podcast of this material.

Latest Episodes

1.1 Why Program

Explore the nature of programming and how programming a computer is different than using a computer.

12 min2016 OCT 1
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1.1 Why Program

1.2 Hardware Architecture

In this lecture we learn abut how the computer processes and stores programs. We learn about the CPU, Memory, Storage and Input / Output devices are brought together to write a program.

12 min2016 OCT 1
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1.2 Hardware Architecture

1.3 Python as a Language

We look at how writing programs is just another form of communication. Instead of communicating with another person, we are communicating our ideas to a computer.

7 min2016 OCT 1
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1.3 Python as a Language

1.4 What do we Say to Python?

We look at the basics of the Python language and how we write code in Python to communicate sequential steps, conditional steps and repeated steps.

12 min2016 OCT 1
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1.4 What do we Say to Python?

2.1 Building Blocks of Python

We look at Python's reserved words, how we name and use variables, why we choose meaningful (mnemonic) variable names and how assignment statements function.

9 min2016 OCT 1
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2.1 Building Blocks of Python

2.2 Expressions

We look at how we use various numerical and string operations to compute new information and store the new values in variables.

19 min2016 OCT 1
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2.2 Expressions

3.1 If-Then-Else

The most basic conditional structure is the if statement where we either execute or skip a segment of code based on the results of a logical expression (i.e. asking a question).

13 min2016 OCT 1
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3.1 If-Then-Else

3.2 More Conditional Statements

In this lecture we look at multi-branch if statements and the try-except concept where we can indicate a group of statements to be executed if something goes wrong with a block of statements.

13 min2016 OCT 1
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3.2 More Conditional Statements

4.1 Using Pre-Defined Functions

We look at how code flows into and out of functions as well has how we pass information into functions and get results returned to us.

10 min2016 OCT 1
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4.1 Using Pre-Defined Functions

4.2 Building our Own Functions

We look at how to build our own functions using parameters and arguments as well as how we return results to the code that is calling our functions.

12 min2016 OCT 1
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4.2 Building our Own Functions

Latest Episodes

1.1 Why Program

Explore the nature of programming and how programming a computer is different than using a computer.

12 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
1.1 Why Program

1.2 Hardware Architecture

In this lecture we learn abut how the computer processes and stores programs. We learn about the CPU, Memory, Storage and Input / Output devices are brought together to write a program.

12 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
1.2 Hardware Architecture

1.3 Python as a Language

We look at how writing programs is just another form of communication. Instead of communicating with another person, we are communicating our ideas to a computer.

7 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
1.3 Python as a Language

1.4 What do we Say to Python?

We look at the basics of the Python language and how we write code in Python to communicate sequential steps, conditional steps and repeated steps.

12 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
1.4 What do we Say to Python?

2.1 Building Blocks of Python

We look at Python's reserved words, how we name and use variables, why we choose meaningful (mnemonic) variable names and how assignment statements function.

9 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
2.1 Building Blocks of Python

2.2 Expressions

We look at how we use various numerical and string operations to compute new information and store the new values in variables.

19 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
2.2 Expressions

3.1 If-Then-Else

The most basic conditional structure is the if statement where we either execute or skip a segment of code based on the results of a logical expression (i.e. asking a question).

13 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
3.1 If-Then-Else

3.2 More Conditional Statements

In this lecture we look at multi-branch if statements and the try-except concept where we can indicate a group of statements to be executed if something goes wrong with a block of statements.

13 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
3.2 More Conditional Statements

4.1 Using Pre-Defined Functions

We look at how code flows into and out of functions as well has how we pass information into functions and get results returned to us.

10 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
4.1 Using Pre-Defined Functions

4.2 Building our Own Functions

We look at how to build our own functions using parameters and arguments as well as how we return results to the code that is calling our functions.

12 min2016 OCT 1
Comments
4.2 Building our Own Functions
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