Modules contain code that has already been written. A critical skill in programming is knowing how to reuse. Learn how to make use of modules when you code.
- [Instructor] A critical skill in programming … is knowing how to reuse, and by reuse, … I mean take advantage of code that has already been written. … In Python, one of the main ways to do this … is by using modules, and modules contain code … that has already been written. … I'm going to help you learn how to make use … of modules when you code. … Now, Calendar is a module in Python … that allows you to output calendars … and provides other useful calendar-related functions. … By default, the calendars that this module outputs … have Monday as a first day of the week … and Sunday as the last day of the week. … When a date is provided as input … to a function in the calendar module, … the date is provided in the from of integers, … and this module uses the current Gregorian calendar. … One of the many things you can do with the Calendar module … is displaying the calendar for a particular month … of a particular year. … For example, if I wanted to display the calendar … for July 2019, I would do this: …
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- What is Python?
- Strengths and benefits of Python
- Types of data
- Storing data using variables
- Built-in and custom functions
- Lists and tuples
- Conditional statements
- Iteration with loops
- Recursive functions
- Object-oriented programming
Skill Level Beginner
Learning the Python 3 Standard Librarywith Kathryn Hodge2h 9m Intermediate
Python Standard Library Essential Trainingwith Joe Marini2h 18m Intermediate
1. Defining Python
2. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Data
3. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Functions
4. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Sequences
5. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Conditional Statements
6. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Iteration
7. Fundamentals of Programming in Python: Recursion
Define recursive functions6m 13s
8. Quick Intro to Object-Oriented Programming in Python
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