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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by rastaxarm(m): 9:10pm On Aug 06
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by IghravweIG(m): 11:15am On Aug 08
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Enemetronics: 11:37am On Aug 08
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by IFIRI(f): 1:13pm On Aug 08
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Talkwisdom(m): 6:53pm On Aug 08
IFIRI:
I currently learning Python, Machine Learning and SQL on sololearn
@OP,

Don't let this thread die a natural death.

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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by datasciencetrai(m): 12:58pm On Aug 10
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by avalon7(m): 9:02am On Aug 14
I have full "Python for research" course from Harvard including videos and assessment if you are interested like and quote... The number of likes would help me determine how interested people are

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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Missionaire: 7:37am On Aug 15
Good morning all.
I have three questions.

1. Why can't we have a sub section for programming languages communities the like of Stack Overflow here on nairaland?
2. I just started learning programming with Python (with no prior knowledge of programming o) and I have been trying to swap variables.
I have done the following:

i . a = 7
b = 9
a, b = b, a
print ("a =", a)
print ("b =", b)

But what I get is:
NameError: name 'a' is not defined.

ii . v1 = "This is a boy"
v2 = "Is this a girl? "

temp = v1
v1 = v2
v2 = temp

print (v1)
print (v2)
...................
I still get error messages. What could I be doing wrong? I use jupyter notebook.

3. Is there any (newbie) python programmer resident in (Asokoro) Abuja, so we can connect and learn together?

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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by QueTeddy: 3:59pm On Aug 15
avalon7:
I have full "Python for research" course from Harvard including videos and assessment if you are interested like and quote... The number of likes would help me determine how interested people are

Please share.
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Nonychinonso(m): 9:27am On Aug 18
please which text editor can I use to program Python
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by IamGoke(m): 11:49am On Aug 18
Nonychinonso:
please which text editor can I use to program Python

Pycharm
VS code or
Jupyter.
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Missionaire: 4:23pm On Aug 18
Missionaire:
Good morning all.
I have three questions.

1. Why can't we have a sub section for programming languages communities the like of Stack Overflow here on nairaland?
2. I just started learning programming with Python (with no prior knowledge of programming o) and I have been trying to swap variables.
I have done the following:

i . a = 7
b = 9
a, b = b, a
print ("a =", a)
print ("b =", b)

But what I get is:
NameError: name 'a' is not defined.

ii . v1 = "This is a boy"
v2 = "Is this a girl? "

temp = v1
v1 = v2
v2 = temp

print (v1)
print (v2)
...................
I still get error messages. What could I be doing wrong? I use jupyter notebook.

3. Is there any (newbie) python programmer resident in (Asokoro) Abuja, so we can connect and learn together?

It is quite sad that a Tech entrepreneur like Seun cannot promote a section dedicated to programming and tech like stackoverflow.
My question yet remains to be answered after several days. We do not have a tech community in Nigeria, we only have Tech events.
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by NameError(m): 5:56pm On Aug 18
Missionaire:


It is quite sad that a Tech entrepreneur like Seun cannot promote a section dedicated to programming and tech like stackoverflow.
My question yet remains to be answered after several days. We do not have a tech community in Nigeria, we only have Tech events.

Hello there, please do not get frustrated because of unanswered queries as the tech community here is almost non-existent.

NameError Exceptions are due to but not limited to: misspelling variables, calling variables before declaring, compatibility issues(python versions with deprecated methods, like raw_input and input), out of scope variables and a couple others.

If your code is exactly how you posted it here then I can’t seem to fault it, maybe try an IDE.

Also, I’ve attached a similar code on Jupyter and the result.

Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Missionaire: 7:54pm On Aug 18
NameError:


Hello there, please do not get frustrated because of unanswered queries as the tech community here is almost non-existent.

NameError Exceptions are due to but not limited to: misspelling variables, calling variables before declaring, compatibility issues(python versions with deprecated methods, like raw_input and input), out of scope variables and a couple others.

If your code is exactly how you posted it here then I can’t seem to fault it, maybe try an IDE.

Also, I’ve attached a similar code on Jupyter and the result.

Thank you sir.
I did same o.

I'll try using Pycharm or VS code.
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by dannyCodes: 3:36pm On Aug 28
Missionaire:


Thank you sir.
I did same o.

I'll try using Pycharm or VS code.
Did you run each block,
Use a text editor(VSCode), pycharm is an overkill cause the requirements are much.
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Missionaire: 9:47pm On Aug 28
dannyCodes:

Did you run each block,
Use a text editor(VSCode), pycharm is an overkill cause the requirements are much.

I'm telling you....

VS Code is more beginner friendly.
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by SirMichael1: 3:58pm On Aug 29
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Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by SirMichael1: 4:10pm On Aug 29
IamGoke:


Pycharm
VS code or
Jupyter.

Python has an in text editor and a shell. I've been using that and it works just as much. Is there any difference?
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by SirMichael1: 4:12pm On Aug 29
avalon7:
I have full "Python for research" course from Harvard including videos and assessment if you are interested like and quote... The number of likes would help me determine how interested people are

Please share.
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by Edintee: 3:35am On Aug 30
avalon7:
I have full "Python for research" course from Harvard including videos and assessment if you are interested like and quote... The number of likes would help me determine how interested people are

Pls I am interested. Could you pls share link to my mail- scott_fakile@yahoo.com
Re: A Thread For Tutorial On Python Programming by dannyCodes: 9:41am On Aug 30
SirMichael1:


Python has an in text editor and a shell. I've been using that and it works just as much. Is there any difference?
Actually, yes. IDLE is somewhat not that good for me(imho), it's good for when learning and writing short scripts but in a project, i cant imagine using IDLE. It doesnt support tabs(i dunno if it has a way to do this) and the ui is outdated. I'd prefer using VSCode, atom sublime etc except its a large project then pycharm.
If u r writing short scripts then i dnt see anything wrong with IDLE.

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