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Introduction to Python Syntax

In this tutorial, we explain the Python programming language’s syntax. You must understand the basic syntax if you want to write valid code. Knowing the correct syntax will also make your life a lot easier whenever you revisit code.

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Getting started with Python

In this guide, we take you through all the steps to getting started with the Python programming language. We also explain the basics of what Python is and how it came about. This guide is the ideal starting point.

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Installing Python on Windows

In this tutorial, we take you through the steps of installing Python on the Windows operating system. It’s a simple process thanks to the Python for Windows installer. You will have Python set up and ready to go in no time at all.

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Installing Python on macOS

Installing Python to macOS is a little more complicated than some other operating systems but still relatively easy. We will be making use of the popular Homebrew package manager to simplify installing Python to the system.

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Installing Python on Linux

Learn how to install Python on Linux in this easy to follow tutorial. It’s a crucial task if you wish to use the Python programming language in your next project. You shouldn’t run into any issues while doing this tutorial.

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Variables in Python

Variables in Python is one of the most important concepts you should grasp to be able to write robust Python code. This guide will explain the rules behind naming variables as well as showing you how to make use of them.

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Global Variables in Python

Learn the difference between a local and global variable in this tutorial. We will also teach you the basics of global variables and how to handle them in your code. It’s essential to have an understanding of different Python variables.

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