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    How do you learn python easily???
    Please help student in need
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    I found codecademy very useful

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    [QUOTE=Matrix123;68247924]I found codecademy very useful

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    Yeah me too but i found it hard,
    did you memorize everything?
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    It's quite a nice language to learn. It depends how you like to learn really. You could buy a book on it. I personally find video tutorials a good way to learn the basics of a programming language so you could try youtube. Try searching for sentdex as he does some good python tutorials. I think he has a basics series.
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    Definitely using codecademy. Other than that just install an IDE and come up with some ideas, then try to make them. I.e; make a program that calculates area, make a random number generator etc.
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    (Original post by MrLol)
    How do you learn python easily???
    Please help student in need
    THIS IS A GREAT SITE:

    https://pythonschool.net/

    You can start with the basics and it teaches each thing separately.
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    (Original post by MrLol)
    Yeah me too but i found it hard,
    did you memorize everything?
    I found it helped me to memorise most parts, but during the controlled assessment I did go back to certain parts. As other people have said, installing IDLE is great so you can practice yourself too.
    What year are you in if you don't mind me asking?
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    I found it helped me to memorise most parts, but during the controlled assessment I did go back to certain parts. As other people have said, installing IDLE is great so you can practice yourself too.
    What year are you in if you don't mind me asking?
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    year11? Was it OCR specs?
    May ask your year as well?
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    (Original post by CorpusLuteum)
    THIS IS A GREAT SITE:

    https://pythonschool.net/

    You can start with the basics and it teaches each thing separately.
    thanks a lot
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    (Original post by MrLol)
    year11? Was it OCR specs?
    May ask your year as well?
    Ohh OK, yes I think codecademy should help you get through the basic understanding you need. I did Edexcel and I'm in year 12 now.

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    Code academy is good but personally I prefer learn Python the hard way. Both are pretty easy to understand though.
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    I found codecademy very useful

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    Yeah me too but i found it hard,
    did you memorize everything?
    What did you find "hard", about it?

    Programming isn't about memorisation, either. If you're memorising, you're doing it wrong.
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    Matrix123 I am attempting last years coursework from the Edexcel exam board.
    I am struggling in Task III, can you help?
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    (Original post by 6085)
    Matrix123 I am attempting last years coursework from the Edexcel exam board.
    I am struggling in Task III, can you help?
    I don't know if I'll be of massive help
    But I can certainly try my very best:yep:
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    I don't know if I'll be of massive help
    But I can certainly try my very best:yep:
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    The link to to the coursework could be found on this thread:
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4455104
 
 
 
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