In this video, learn how to get started writing programs in Python using the Eclipse IDE with the PyDev plugin. This gives you a foundation for all Python projects you'll develop in this video series.
- [Instructor] Hello, and welcome to Python Projects.…In this video, we will get started with using Python 3.5.…We will start in a procedural,…function-based programming style,…and after that, we will move forward…to an object oriented programming style using Python.…In Python, we can start simple,…by simply printing out a print statement.…
We now click the run button,…it will execute the print statement,…and we can see at the bottom of the Eclipse console,…our string of the print statement has been printed out.…"Hello Python".…We can achieve the same thing…by putting our print statement into a function,…and then of course, we have to call the function.…So we now execute our small Python program, clicking run.…When run, we get the same result down here.…"Hello Python".…
The next step is to turn our functional programming…into OOP, into object oriented programming.…We do this by defining a class.…We put our method into this class,…and bind it to the class by using the self keyword.…Then we have to create an instance of our new class,…
Note: This course was created by Packt Publishing. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
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