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RianScott

I am a high school student, I was wondering if anyone would not mind. Tutoring me in python or if you wouldn't mind to teach me some of it

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AllAwesome497

Idk. The best thing to do is when u learn something new, be creative and make your own version to see how it could be used in other ways. If I didn't delete most of them, I'd have have hundreds of files where i just did my own side tasks to see how to do that specific thing.

Some good places to search/ask for help:

  1. Repl.it. I (along with other helpers) will get pinged in discord if somone posts something in repl.it/ask and I am happy to help (although the bot might be a little slow)
  2. https://stackoverflow.com (plenty of programmer memes about the op stackoverflow)
  3. W3 schools (sometimes)
  4. Tutorialspoint, an actual guide for learning coding languages might work as a tutor if it doesn't bore you to death

Most of all though, have fun, and don't over work yourself.
Keep up the good work ;)

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ArchieMaclean

@AllAwesome497 ikr about tutorialspoint, I tried to learn Java off of it.

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JanakrajOza

For python you can find the good option online through Youtube and Udemy for free if you are looking to do some different course you can check out for https://attariclasses.in/learning/

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AnoopSajjan
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Go to learn and teach and someone will have assignments with the answer code.

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themaka

@RianScott - one of our regular contributors, @PaoloAmoroso, has created a list of free python books:
https://github.com/pamoroso/free-python-books

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ArchieMaclean

Check out this website

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teymour

Allen B. Downey has published a set of introductory computer science books (in Python).
Think Python 2e
Modelling and Simulation (more mathy)
Other books