No BS: I’ve been using this tutorial:
It covers stuff from Python 2.0, so there are minor changes, and Google’s design spec says to use 2 spaces to indent.
The BS part:
So I’ve been getting to grips with Python 3.0, and seen some good uses, so far I’ve been dealing with:
- Numerical operations
- addition, multiplication, division, modulo, +=
- User defined functions
- if and elif functions
- For loops
- While loops
- Dict structures
- The tab structure as opposed to bracket structures
- This was a pain getting used to but to be honest, it’s actually not that bad
Some of the methods from strings/lists are still pretty new to me so I’m trying to figure out a neat way to get to try all of them out. I’m using the Google Python tutorial which has been very helpful.