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Powerful and flexible, Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It’s got all the right stuff for the software driving the cutting-edge of the development world — machine learning, robotics, artificial intelligence, data science, etc. The good news is that it’s also pretty straightforward to learn, with a simplified syntax, natural-language flow, and an amazingly supportive user community.

The latest edition of Python All-in-One For Dummies gives you an inside look at the exciting possibilities offered in the Python world and provides a springboard to launch yourself into wherever you want your coding career to take you.

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These 7 straightforward and friendly mini-books assume the reader is a beginning programmer, and cover everything from the basic elements of Python code to introductions to the specific applications where you’ll use it. Intended as a hands-on reference, the focus is on practice over theory, providing you with examples to follow as well as code for you to copy and start modifying in the “real world” — helping you get up and running in your area of interest almost right away. This means you’ll be finishing off your first app or building and remote-controlling your own robot much faster than you can believe.

Get a thorough grounding in the language basicsLearn how the syntax is applied in high-profile industriesApply Python to projects in enterpriseFind out how Python can get you into hot careers in AI, big data, and more

Whether you’re a newbie coder or just want to add Python to your magic box of tricks, this is the perfect, practical introduction — and one you’ll return to as you grow your career.

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Author: Martha Meyer