The ultimate python course with EZTyping

by: Jarne Dirken


Choosing a programming language to devote your time to can be difficult. This is a difficult decision to make even for seasoned coders. When you're a rookie developer, though, deciding which programming language to learn first might be much more difficult. There are so many to pick from that it might be difficult to understand what each one is for.

While there's a lot to be said for jumping in and getting started, this isn't always the case when it comes to picking a programming language to learn. Learning a new language takes time, so it's best to familiarize yourself with its benefits and applications before beginning your studies. Continue reading to learn why knowing C# is beneficial.

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Why Learn Python?

Python can be used to develop almost anything, which is why YouTube, NASA, Spotify, and many other companies use it on a daily basis.

Python is useful in a variety of emerging industries and profitable jobs, including data analyst, marketing specialist, machine learning engineer, data scientists, and others.

Python's straightforward and easy syntax takes no time to master, so you can get started on your future position or project right away.

Python is very simple and enjoyable to learn, especially with EZTyping.

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  • A computer - Windows, Mac, and Linux are all supported.
  • A IDE (Integrated development environment). We recommend Visual Studio Code because it's completely free and easy to use!
  • Python itself. You can install it inside your IDE.
  • Your enthusiasm to learn this go-to programming language. It’s a valuable lifetime skill which you can’t un-learn!


Game Development

Python is not often used as a game development language but there are games that are written in python or use python. For example, The sims 4, Pirates of the Caribbean Online, Frets on Fire.

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  1. Print statements

    Print statements in python are fairly simple to understand. You only need a print statement with parentheses. In those parentheses you type your double quotes, in between you put the text you want to print out.

  2. Input statements

    Asking an input from the user is also quite easy in python. All you have to do is assigning a variable to an input statement. Write your text between parentheses and print out your variable.

  3. If statements

    If statements are a little more complex but still doable so pay attention. So continueing with the last example we are going to add an if statement. We also created a variable called "specialNumber", this is the number we want the user to guess. You see before the input statement we added an int() tag because we are working with an number we need this. Starting with our if statement, we are checking if our input (number) the same is as our specialNumber (10). If it's the same we print "Goodjob! You guessed the number". If it's not the same we print "Try again..."

  4. While Loops

    Loops in python are more on the complex side but we will do our best to explain everything in as much detail as possible.

  5. For Loops

    Loops in python are more on the complex side but we will do our best to explain everything in as much detail as possible.