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Free python courses/study material? (online)
Thinking of learning python bcuz of how popular it is. Any websites/apps for beginners (that also extends to advanced without IAP or other form of payments)?
Thanks in advance.

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    automate the boring stuff wasn't a bad introduction.
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    @M1sf3t thank you
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    FreeCodeCamp has some videos on in on Youtube. Nothing very advanced, but gets you going. Actually, Youtube in general is good for learning most languages
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    Did you give a look at the official doc...?
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    I forgot the goalkicker books existed
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    @Loops oooh, thanks
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    @dmonkey not yet,
    As stated, I was thinking of studying python. I haven't started yet, nor have I installed the IDE, since it's the exam week. I will do it after I am finished with studying (for school subjects).
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    @frostdrago

    It's legit executable pseudo-code, or very near to pseudo code.

    Best way I've found to learn it is to write all your pseudocode in python.
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    @cabbybaby

    Remind me to hit that guy up if I ever make it rich.
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    Udemy sometimes has a sale on the "automate the boring stuff with python" course where it's free. I liked it. Depending on where you live, there's probably a python group that meets once a month or so if you're into that kind of thing. From what I've seen some people are reaaaaally passionate about python lol
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    @jbrandona119 They have a website where all the content is free (I think). I haven't looked into the udemy course, but I'd imagine you're paying for someone to help you understand what your doing.

    Here's that link: https://automatetheboringstuff.com/
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    @Loops oh yeah the book is totally free but the author also created a Udemy course that goes along with it...I wouldn't pay for the Udemy course since there are so many other available resources online but if you can catch it while it's free, it's worth it!
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    @jbrandona119 Oh that's sick! I'll keep it in mind next time someone asks me. Thanks :)
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    One of the smallest tutorials and what I use on people that are learning Python:
    https://python.swaroopch.com/
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    If you are already familiar with other languages just read documentation tutorial and if it's your first lang then read thinkcspy which is open-source
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    @jbrandona119 thanks for the recommendation
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    @AleCx04 thank you!
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    @-pthread okay! I'll look it up thanks
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