90 Days of Code: Snake Eyes

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What’s up beautiful people,

It’s day 11. Previously I talked about receiving a LinkedIn Skills Badge for HTML. Since then, I have come to obtain a pretty good understanding of HTML and its function. So, I started to research different languages to pick up and see what they are primarily used for. My research led me to Python and I must say, it’s one of the visibly easier languages I’ve come across. I don’t know much about it yet, and I don’t know what exactly I’m looking to build with it. However, here are some raw notes from my programming lesson today.

Chapter 1: Basics of programming

All programs use basic instructions as building blocks. Here are a few

of the most common ones, in English:

  • “Do this; then do that.”

What is Python?

2 + 2 = 4 >> this is an expression, which is the most basic kind of programming instruction in Python.

  • Expressions consist of values and operators and they can always evaluate down to a single value.

Integers — 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Floating-point Numbers — 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0

Strings — ‘a’, ‘ab’, ‘abc’ ‘Hello World’

  • Strings can be blank

Storing Values in Variables

Variable- a place in the computer’s memory where you can store a single value.

  • Values are stored in variables with an assignment statement.



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