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Is anyone looking for Python Tutorials? If not can you please provide feedback?
CoderBean (11)

I know people keep looking for Python tutorials and I am learning Python at school. My teacher told me that one of the best ways to learn is to explain what you have learnt to someone else so I decided to make some Python tutorials on replit.com. Please check them out and provide constructive feedback. What I really want to know is did you understand it? Did I get anything wrong? Please tell me.
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YOUR FEEDBACK IS MUCH APPRECIATED

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OldWizard209 (1092)

@ChickenTendys I see you have put a lot of time and energy to make these tutorials. Also, they are beautifully formatted. But...

There are a bit too many tutorials on Python on replit, because soo many people know that language and use the tutorial as a way to farm for cycles(not saying you are doing the same.). Everyone can make a tutorial all the way from variables to while loops, but normally lag when it comes to functions and classes. Python is massive. Tutorials on stuff like WebScraping(using BS4), or Machine Learning(using Jupyter, etc.) are much needed for people.

IMayBeMe (327)

@OldWizard209 I agree there should be more tutorials on intermediate concepts such as recursion and stacks.