Learn Programming From Google

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  1. Download Python 2.7
  2. Download the Exercises

Next Watch Video Lectures From Google

  1. Introduction
  2. Lists and Sorting
  3. Dicts and Files
  4. Regular Expressions
  5. Utilities
  6. Conclusions

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Oh, that's it? SDFHGSATG
ZOMG WTF D'AWW.
  ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 141d 11h 30m 11s
php just outputs html/text, never php itself. the content-type header in http protocol tells how the browser should process info
  Webmaster / 9y 141d 11h 46m 38s
Sorry...
  ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 141d 16h 57m 41s
Rocks... =/
  ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 141d 17h 45m 54s
I had to.
  BOOBIES! / ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 141d 20h 25m 22s
On a random note, making a work-in-progress website to serve these needs: Pragma Zone

Jimmy, on a server, where you have PHP spitting out HTML code... ...how does a browser recognize it as HTML code?
  ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 142d 9h 10m 59s
I'm after functionality first. Then I'll worry about performance.

Also, can I get a few erlang examples from you? The documentation isn't helping me one bit. It's helping me understand syntax, kinda, but I really need better interpretation of the logic...
  OOCCrap / ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 186d 15h 38m 7s
you don't. Also you can't make a chat in pure javascript. Well, maybe with node.js as the server, but it's pretty shit.
  Webmaster / 9y 186d 18h 34m 49s
Jimmy, how would I get PHP or other normally-unseen-by-users code from a server? [Planning on making a chat in purely Javascript]
  OOCCrap / ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 186d 20h 3m 55s
Wait, Gwynn, you're learning Python? Eek, I'd better step up, and learn the crapload of other languages. D=

Jimmy, PM sent about manually making a 'exponent
expbase, float exppower
' method.
  OOCCrap / ES APPRENTICE PROGRAMMER / Omio / 9y 204d 16h 6m 57s
yeah it works now.
  Retired / 9y 247d 9h 31m 39s
Google's examples were designed for python27. If you want to use python31 there's a minor differences trying to make the language more standardized. You can have both versions installed at the same time though. There's some good intros to 3.1 elsewhere.

The changes not a big deal and mostly deal with "print" for most examples. You need to add parenthesis, eg
print
instead of
print "Hello World"
  Webmaster / 9y 247d 9h 36m 13s
C:\Python31>python ./google/hello.py
File "./google-python-exercises/hello.py", line 29
print 'Hello', name
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

alright, so is there a way I can run it without doing this every time I want to run a python file?
  Retired / 9y 247d 9h 45m 21s
my bad
windows key + R then type cmd
or start -> run -> cmd

You need to open a console first, then navigate to python directory or examples directory to run properly.
  Webmaster / 9y 247d 9h 59m 49s
yeah, it just keeps closing.
  Retired / 9y 247d 10h 12m 19s
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