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    Lightbulb Leanring Python


    After long discussions and research i Decided to learn python. But i don't have much money or time to attend a course in any centers,
    i Need some sites and youtube links for python tutorial.
    I'm starting from the scratch (know a little Core Java and C) so if you can point me
    to the right direction it will be much helpful.
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    Learning to use a search engine would be a necessary first step, and you will continue to use it to look up specifics even after you have learned the python basics.
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    Thanks But I Have already Searched on google and I found some sites but What i Need is a good video tutorial site.There are plenty of videos off course
    but i need an expertise opinion on which one to choose that's all .
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    As you work through https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/index.html try variations and experiments. You can get practice problems from many sources such as https://projecteuler.net/ .

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    [code]Code tags[/code] are essential for python code and Makefiles!
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    Thanks,
    Friends are saying Python is using mainly for creating scripts for Testing environment .Not a Big choice for application Development.
    is python is mainly used for automation?
    If so please direct me to a programming language that is
    : High Value in the future
    :demands by MNC and local Companies
    :Good Salary too
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    C(++), C# and Java might all be good to learn.
    Unfortunately, my experience with python is quite low, so I can't tell how wideout it is used.

    But languages is like a tool box. The more you have/know, the better it is to pick the correct language for the job.

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    Yeah
    I know a little of Both C(++) and Java(Only Core Java)
    I'm confused which one to pursue(For the Job).
    My current problem is My Passion(programmer) and the Profession I'm doing is different.So I need to do this fast.
    (i,m currently Learning Terminal commands,ethical Hacking, need a language too)

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    You seem confused even which profession to choose.your passion is become a programmer but what kind.
    if you want to develop applications from your knowledge you can learn python or C++ cuz you already know
    object oriented programming. Choosing a language is a personal choice of programmer if you ask 10 programmers about
    the best language 10 would say 10 languages.Can you learn 10 if so its genius else learn 1 or 2 its good.
    If you Confident about learning many languages learn one server side language (C++,Java,Python or PHP)
    one client side language (Java Script HTML,CSS, JQuery etc) and Any database also (MySql).
    you almost became the full stack developer LOL the companies will even Kidnap you for your service.

    The other option Becoming a DevOps engineer for that continue learning Terminal (Linux) learn about servers, one scripting language.
    its also highly demanding
    Good Luck...........

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    I'd say Python is a very good choice for a programming language to learn as you can do so many things with it. I do however think you should go for paid Python books and videos as those are of way better quality.

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