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Severance then describes how to start a conversation with Python - after first installing the Python software on your computer. Much/most of that information is offline, accessible through a link he provides. Continuing, >>> is Python's way of asking 'What do you want me to do next?' and the need for parentheses surround the description of what you want your computer to do. Python, like other programming languages, is very picky about syntax.
Then on to labeling/describing data to be used. Etc.
Overall, this book is a good overview for someone seriously interested in becoming a python programmer, not so good for someone just wanting to get a sense of what Python can do and how it would go about accomplishing such.
I have learnt many programming languages and read many books how to program. This is my favorite one because it is the easiest to read. The coding examples are easy to understand for the beginner. I am highly recommending this book for all non-programmers who want to learn the programming concept and to understand how program code works.
- A data analyst from a non-datascience background learning Python for the first time.
Note: This text is geared for Python 3.x. The author has another book (Python for Informatics) if you'd like the same text written for Python 2.x
This U of Michigan professor makes it almost easy to learn your first programming language. Very accessible.