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Python Flash Cards: Syntax, Concepts, and Examples

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These colorful programming study cards help new Python coders drill and reinforce the concepts, syntax, and terminology they'll need to become successful professional programmers.

Keep your coding skills sharp on the go! Python Flash Cards take a tried-and-tested method and give it a programming makeover. Eric Matthes, author of the best-selling Python Crash Course, distill
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Cards, 101 pages
Published January 15th 2019 by No Starch Press
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Stefan
May 07, 2019 rated it liked it
Overall, this is a great way to take a quick tour of the Python language. If you work your way through the cards and try out the examples, you will have touched all the major features of the language needed to write useful programs.

That said, when you do try the examples, you will find a few critical typos and a bit of ambiguous exposition that makes the code example on that card unusable as written.

Fixing these, and making the code work as intended (and not as written) is a good exercise to dev
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Meredith Spidel
Jan 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
My little dude's language is all science/math/robotics/#STEM, so coding is a natural fit for him, but something I know NOTHING about! These cards are far above his current level, but I am glad to have them on hand for what the future might bring. ...more
Firebolt
Aug 08, 2020 rated it liked it
A useful resource if you are the one who wants to teach others who are beginners. Not just for Python but programming in general. Beginners might enjoy reading this themselves.

For me, I just wanted to know how can I help the ones who are willing to learn a new language & what topics to include. But I must admit, even if I'm not that expert I revisited some topics and learned things in a new & concise way.

Btw, I think there's a typo in the code at 4.5 Nesting: a List of Dictionaries.
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