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This course leads the student from the basics of writing and running Python scripts to more advanced features such as file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data and using the extensive functionality of Python modules. Extra emphasis is placed on features unique to Python, such as tuples, array slices and output formatting. This is a hands-on programming class. All concepts are reinforced by informal practice during the lecture followed by graduated lab exercises. Python Programming is a practical introduction to a working programming language, not an academic overview of syntax and grammar. Students will immediately be able to use Python to complete tasks in the real world.
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is appropriate for advanced users, System Administrators and Web Site Administrators who want to use Python to support their server installations, as well as anyone else who wants to automate or simplify common tasks with the use of Python scripts.
Students should already have a working, user-level knowledge of Unix/Linux, Mac, or Windows. While not required, basic skills with at least one other programming language will be helpful.
Last Update: May 19, 2013