Python is one of the powerful, high-level, easy to learn programming language that provides a huge number of applications. Some of its features, such as being object-oriented and open source, having numerous IDE’s, etc. make it one of the most in-demand programming languages of the present IT industry.
According to TIOBE index, as of January 2020, Python is one of the popular programming languages. By looking at the popularity of this programming language, many IT professionals, both beginners as well as experienced alike, are willing to build their career as a Python developer.
Many people have daunting questions like:
- How one can start to learn Python?
- What are the fundamental concepts you need to know to learn Python?
With an aim to help similar concerns, Simpliv is presenting this blog to discuss about the various fundamental concepts of Python programming and take you along to start writing Python programs on your own.
Before proceeding further, at this point, we would like to suggest that you read blog (first blog in this series) on introduction to Python programming language.
Without further ado, let us quickly look at the topics we will be covering in this blog:
- How to install Python
- Basic syntax
- Python identifiers
- Python reserved words
- Quotations in Python
- Comments in Python
- Using Blank lines
- Python Variables
- Python Data Types.
Let us look at the 8 Steps to install Python
Let us start by learning the steps to install Python. The following are the steps need to be followed while installing Python on Windows:
Download python.exe or zip bundle from Python official website https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/.
Select Downloads and download python.exe file for Windows.
Once the installer is downloaded, run the Python installer. Check on Install launcher for all users.
Select Customize installation. Check on all settings Document, pip, tcl/tk, python test suite, py launcher, for all users. Click on Next.
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