Python Made Easy for AI - Day 1

December 15, 2022
# Start Here test_object("a") test_function("print") success_msg("Great job!")
Use the assignment operator (<-) to create the variable a.

Hello World!

If programming is the act of teaching a computer to have a conversation with a user, it would be most useful to first teach the computer how to speak.

In Python, this is accomplished with the print statement.

print ("Hello, world!")

A print statement is the easiest way to get your Python program to communicate with you.

Being able to command this communication will be one of the most valuable tools in your programming toolbox.


Text in Python is considered a specific type of data called a string.

A string, so named because they’re a series of letters, numbers, or symbols connected in order — as if threaded together by string. Strings can be defined in different ways:

Code Snippet 1

print ("Learning Python is easy!")

We can combine multiple strings using +, like so:

Code Snippet 2

print ("I Will " + "ace at python")

Common Errors:

1. Mismatched quotes

2. Without quotes


We need to build systems for dealing with data that changes over time.

That data could be the location of a plane, or the time of day, or the Netflix show you’re currently watching.

The only important thing is that it may be different at different times. Python uses variables to define things that are subject to change.

Code Snippet 1

greeting = "Namaste, from pixeltests!"
current_lesson = 3

print (greeting)


Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and other numeric calculations are easy to do in most programming languages, and Python is no exception. Some examples:

mangoes = 2+5
oranges = 2*5
apples = 25-8
Vegetables = 2*2+5-3

print (apples)

The variable will hold the final result of each operation.

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