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Introduction to Python

Hello guys, welcome to Learnvern. Today we are going to see Introduction to Python.

That is knowing how Python works, why should we get used to Python, why should we work using Python, etc. okay?

So we will begin by knowing What is Python?

Python is one type of Programming language...such as C, C++, Java.

It is just like those Programming languages.

We can use it for Web development, scripting, software development, writing mathematical can also be used for deep learning, machine learning, data science..alright?

So Python is used in many such ways...Python makes the process easier.

Python is the most popular language in the market right now.

No other language is as demanded as Python in India & out of India.


There are several features of Python..such as easy to code.

What does easy to code mean? Python is a Programmer, Familiar, Friendly language.

Meaning whatever coding you do in Python will be short, simple & easy.

Which means the programmer won’t need to remember any syntax, any particular following or any particular line…

won’t need to remember any particular syntax or brackets, open or close etc. you won’t need to do all of that.

Python is a free & open source language. Meaning this language can be freely downloaded and an open source means you can freely download & install it from anywhere at any time.

It is an Object Oriented Language.

Now what does Object Oriented Language mean?

It means it will give you the support of class object under which we can see how by using Python, we can work with objects (inaudible) can we use its concepts.

Python supports it all.

Python is a high-level programming language.

High-level means you can use any applications along with Python.

For instance, you can make GUI Applications, Web Development Applications, you can create Algorithms and many such things.

It is Platform Independent as well.

Platform Independent means you can create any code under any system and run it.

Suppose you made a code in Windows, you can run it under Linux as well.

But you got to install Python for that.

It is an Interpreted language.

But what does Interpreted language mean? It means that it will run your code line by line.

Meaning if there is any error in any particular line of your code, it will stop the execution there & then.

What happens due to this? You get to know what error is caused in what particular line and what is the cause of it.

Also, it has a rich community. Rich community means the community of this particular language.

You won’t get stuck anywhere if you get an error somewhere, you can easily find their solutions.

Infact under Python’s documentation itself, you can get all the syntaxes, all the libraries & where, what, how to use them.

You can get all of it in the rich community of Python itself.

Okay everyone?

So these are the features under Python which I hope you were able to understand easily.

I have explained each point in a very easy & simple manner.

In the next video, we will see how to install Python & IDE.


1) Python may be used to quickly construct prototypes because to its ease of use and readability. 2) Python is used by the majority of automation, data mining, and big data systems. This is due to the fact that it is the best language for general-purpose jobs.

Yes, learning Python on your own is entirely possible. Despite the fact that it may effect the amount of time it takes to learn Python, there are several free online courses, video advice, and other interactive tools available to help anyone learn to programme in Python.

Python is an object-oriented programming language that is interpreted and interactive. Modules, exceptions, dynamic typing, very high-level dynamic data types, and classes are all included in Python.

Python is widely used for web and software development, task automation, data analysis, and data visualisation. Python has been used by many non-programmers, such as accountants and scientists, for a variety of common tasks, such as arranging finances, due to its relative ease of learning.

In general, learning the fundamentals of Python takes two to six months. However, in just a few minutes, you can learn enough to write your first short programme. It can take months or years to grasp Python's huge collection of libraries.

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