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Python is a big language, and it's important to have a thorough grounding in its key concepts in order to be productive and create high-quality Python programs. In our experience, starting off in the right direction and avoiding early misconceptions is crucial to success with Python, and that's the kind of start we aim to provide. In this course, Core Python: Getting Started, we are going to introduce you to the essentials of the Python language as well as important parts of the Python standard library. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Python's fundamental data types, using functions and modules to organize your code, Python's underlying object model, defining your own types using classes, and working with iteration and iterable objects.
In Python, as with most programming languages, functions are a fundamental tool for managing program complexity. Understanding how to use functions fluently is a key skill on the road to mastering Python, as is knowing alternative techniques for the cases where functions are insufficient for your needs. In this course you'll also learn about some of the finer details of using functions as well as more general concepts that subsume them. First, you'll look at the various types of callable objects in Python, along with extended argument definition and calling syntax. Then, you'll explore local functions and the concept of closures that allow them to work. Next, you'll discover Python's powerful system of decorators which allow you to enhance or modify existing functions. Finally, you'll understand the functional-style programming tools in Python along with advanced use of comprehensions. By the end of this course, you'll have a deeper understanding of Python's sophisticated approach to calling functions, and you'll see that functions are actually just one aspect of a more general set of concepts in the language.
By the end this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge to work on almost any Python project, and you'll be in a great position to continue learning more advanced aspects of the language.