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Previous | Next List is one of the Python’s built-in types of sequences. When you create a list in Python, the interpreter creates an array-like data structure in memory to hold your data, with your data items stacked from the bottom up. Like array technology in other programming languages, the first slot in the stack......

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Previous | Next List is great when it come to group values into a structure and refer to each value by number. There is another useful data type built into Python called dictionary. The Python dictionary lets you organize your data for speedy lookup by associating your data with names or keys, not numbers.  Dictionary......

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Previous | Next Tuple is similar to list except that it doesn’t allow the sequence to change. That also mean, once data is assigned to a tuple, the data they hold cannot be changed under any circumstances. tuple is useful especially if your function is designed to return a set of constant list which doesn’t......

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Previous | Next Usually, a loop simply executes a block until its condition becomes false, or until it has used up all sequence elements. But sometimes you may want to interrupt the loop, to start a new iteration (one “round” of executing the block), or to simply end the loop. break With break, it allow......

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Previous | Next Looping is about how you can repeat a block of statements until some condition is met. With a for loop, the mechanism for repeating a set of statements allows execution to continue until it exhausts all of your list’s data. List will be discussed later in this tutorial. for <element> in <sequence>:......

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Previous | Next Looping is about how you can repeat a block of statements until some condition is met. With a while loop, the mechanism for repeating a set of statements allows execution to continue for as long as a specified logical expression evaluates to true. while <expression>:   <while-processing code> Let’s try the following......

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Previous | Next The condition statement allow the Python program to decide whether or not to execute a block of statements based on the return boolean value from condition expression. if clauses if <expression>:   <block of statements> Let’s try with the following example: value = 100 if value > 50:   print 'Value is......

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Previous | Next You may have written a program that you need an input from user in order to continue the processing. Let’s take a look at the useful function to handle this. input() Let’s try to get user input with the following sample code: >>> input("Enter value: ") Enter value: 90 90 When you......

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Previous | Next A variable is basically a name that represents or refers to some value. Assigning a variable in Python is simple. For example, you might want the name w to represent 8. To make it so, simply execute the following: Arithmetic Operators: Assuming a = 10 and b = 2 Opertor Description Example......

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