Python Basics
Course

65 Python Built-in Functions Every Python Coder Must Know

5 Chapters 65 Lessons Easy

About this course

I have always admired computer science professors because they have nailed down the basics through repetitive teaching. Their understanding of the basics is so strong that almost nothing can surprise them anymore. To them, a new idea is mostly old wine in a new bottle.

If join this course, you’ll nail some of the Python basics today.

Particularly, we’ll focus on Python’s built-in functions. These days, when I’m ready with a good day’s work, I usually create a daily tutorial for each of the 69 (!) Python built-in functions.

You may ask WHY? — and rightly so. Two reasons:
 

  1. Studying the basics is critical for your success as a programmer. And what can be more basic than Python’s built-in functions? Python’s creators decided that these functions must be available in every Python installation.
  2. This has never been done before! There’s no course teaching all 69 Python built-in functions in the whole world. It’s surprising, isn’t it?


So, if you’re motivated to improve your basic knowledge in Python, check out our new Finxter Computer Science Academy Course that is now available

This course will teach you the most important of the most essential Python built-in functions.

It’s in the top 20% of the top 20% of important stuff to know about Python. It’ll be time well spent for you.

I’ll carefully introduce each of those 69 functions in a guided video tutorial by example.

Get it done today!

Course Structure

Getting Things Done with Little Python Helpers 12 Lessons

FINXTER PREMIUM

input()

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print()

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format()

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exec()

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eval()

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compile()

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abs()

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divmod()

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round()

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hash()

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callable()

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Deep Diving into Operating System and Python Internals 7 Lessons

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