[Tutor] Python Tutorials: How to create useful programs afterlearning the syntax?
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Mon Jul 6 11:02:58 CEST 2009
"Luis Galvan" <cynicalairrick at gmail.com> wrote
> Hello all, this is my first time using a mailing list, so I'm not sure if
> I'm doing this right!
Yep. You send a mail to the list, we reply,. Easy :-)
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on your mail tool, not simple Reply.
> of programming. (I'm new to programming) What I'm looking for is a
> series that walks you through the steps of writing a useful program in
Try the Case Study in my tutorial, iot tales you through what is
supposed to be the typical evolution of an idea from a simple concept
(a word counter) to something grander (a grammar counter) then
adding a GUI front end. It is still somewhat contrioved since it is a
beginners tutorial adfter all, but it might give you some ideas.
There are also two rolling examples throughout the tutorial:
- a simple multiplication table printer in the early topics
- an address book which extends all the way to a full client-server
database driven program. (Eventually it will have a GUI and web
front end too! :-)
> Whether it be a text editor, a simple browser, etc,
Neither of those is particularly "simple"! You probably want to
moderate your expectations for your first projects.
> teach me how I can use everything I learned about manipulating strings,
> creating classes, and importing modules and how to stir it all up into
> something meaningful.
Hopefully my case study covers all of those.
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